1.1 Mathematical modeling and simulation of high temperature processes for the Glass Industry
1.2 Modelling and simulation of forging processes 2D and 3D by finite elements
1.3 Modelling and simulation of forging processes in the compaction and sintering of powder metallurgy.
1.4 Mathematical Modelling and Simulation of sheet metal stamping processes
1.5 Mathematical modeling and simulation of the behavior of materials in cold rolling processes.
1.6 Modelling and simulation of the decorative ceramic production processes
1.7. Process images for detection of small defects in glass by artificial vision
1.8 Signal processing for defect detection and cracks Ultrasonic Polymer Matrix Composites
1.9 Signal Process for Automatic Ultrasonic Inspection sheet steel On-Line.

2.1 Development and formulation of structural adhesives of bisphenol epoxy resins and polyamide hardener with inorganic fillers
2.2 Development and formulation of structural adhesives epichlorohydrin epoxy resins and cycloaliphatic with inorganic fillers
2.3 Development and formulation of structural adhesives based polyurethane elastomer mixed with isocyanates
2.4 Development and formulation of structural adhesives isocyanate based polyurethane mixed with hydroxy compounds
2.5 Development and formulation of structural adhesives isocyanate based polyurethane mixed with inorganic fillers and emulsion for robotic
2.6 Formulation and Development of structural adhesives and hot-melt procedure based on polyamide
2.7 Formulation and Development of anaerobic adhesives and sealants structural cyanoacrylates or methacrylic esters
2.8 Development formulation and adhesive films of polyvinyl fluoride and chloride with magnetic nanoparticles Ni and Co intended tissue welding and human keratin

2.8 Formulación y Desarrollo de películas adhesivas de fluoruros y cloruros de polivinilo con nanopartículas magnéticas Ni y Co destinados a la soldadura de tejidos y queratina humana

3.1 Alloy steel technology by electron beam melting Ti-Al-Zr-Mo by plastic deformation or isothermal forging
3.2 Technology of sheet steel with electro deposition of Zn-Ni or organosols electroplating for either automotive applications or appliances
3.3 Technology of alloy by electron beam melting and controlled Ni-Cr-Nb-Ti-Co, Fusion directed. Improvements remarkable thermal fatigue
3.4 Technology of alloy by electron beam melting or electric fusion controlled vacuum and Ni-Cr-Nb-Ti-Co Forming or forging isothermal superplastic
3.5 Thermomechanical processing for steels with a high chromium and carbon content based on a high temperature anneal and with different time intervals, followed by hot rolling at 800 ° C with air cooling or oil

4.1 Surface treated steel or boron carbon prepared by electron beam, plasma or magnetron sputering. Remarkable improvements in toughness and corrosion endurance
4.2 Microalloyed steels Nb-Mn-BS-Va-Ti-Si-Ni controlled by electric fusion from low carbon steels using plastic forming
4.3 Microalloyed steels Cr-Va-Te-W-Mo-Co controlled by electric melting from steels of medium-high carbon and applying molding
4.4 Advanced stainless steels by controlled electric fusion from austenitic, ferritic and martensitic steel; applying molding, isothermal forging or superplastic forming
4.5 Stainless steel strengthened by intermetallic from uniaxial and isostatic compacted powders in cold with final sintering in an inert atmosphere at 1200 ° C

5.1 Titanium alloy Zr-Al-Mo prepared by electron beam melting and isothermal superplastic forming or forging. Properties are achieved very close to those of titanium material savings
5.2 Aluminum electric melting packaging using magnesium alloy and manganese. Cost saving is obtained with cold rolling processes and subsequent anodized or prepainted
5.3 Fusion-cast aluminum alloy with controlled electrical Cu-Mg-Si, with or without using injection molds
5.4 Weldable and Wrought Aluminum alloys by controlled electric melting Cu-Zn-Mg using superplastic forming and die pressure
5.5 Aluminum electric melting aerospace applications controlled by inert alloy Li-Cu-Mg. Is processed by molding remarkably improving toughness and yield strength
5.6 Procedure for the incorporation of either hazardous or high cost aluminum brackets with very low thickness of anodized
5.7 CAD-CAE modeling for outstanding properties review structural parts designed nanocrystalline powder with nano material grains of aluminum alloys, iron, nickel, titanium and magnesium in automotive applications, transportation and aerospace

6.1 Alnico magnets controlled by electric melting aluminum-nickel-cobalt using directionally solidified grain orientation
6.2 High remanence magnets using isostatic pressing and sintering of mixed powders of Fe-Cu-Co-Sa. Broad temperature ranges
6.3 High remanence magnets using isostatic pressing and sintering of mixed powders of Fe-Nd-B. Good thermal stability
6.4 Hard ferrites using isostatic pressing and sintering of mixed powders of oxide-Sr-Ba Fe
6.5 Soft ferrites using isostatic pressing and sintering of mixed oxide powders with Ni Fe or Mg-Zn or Li-Mn-Ni
6.6 Electromagnetic shielding powder based on barium hexa hard ferrites doped using epoxy paint or polyurethane

7.1 Substrates and parts obtained by molding or slip casting, isostatic pressing and sintering of powder mixtures of BeO, Al2O3 and ZrO2
7.2 Substrates and parts obtained by slip casting, hot isostatic pressing and reactive sintering of powder mixtures of NB3, CS1 and CB4
7.3 Thermomechanical high performance ceramics (silicon nitride) obtained from carbothermal reduction and reactive nitriding of vermiculite, layered silicate containing, aluminum, magnesium and iron with polyacrylonitrile and butylammonium

8.1 Based dielectric ceramics mixed titanates by dosing, molding, drying, sintering and metallic
8.2 Based semiconductor ceramics mixed oxides of zirconium and tin dioxides by metering, molding, drying, sintering, and metallic stabilize
8.3 Based piezoelectric ceramics mixture Zr oxides and dioxides TI, Pb, and barium titanate by metering, molding, drying, sintering, metallized and polarized

9.1 Polyamides obtained based on poly melt condensation, low temperature or interfacial technology. Used in injection processes pretreatment for drying or extrusion reinforced polyamides
9.2 Polyacetals based ionic polymerization of formaldehyde with Friedel Crafts catalysts by injection molding, extrusion blow
9.3 Polyesters PET, PBT based on poly melt condensation or transesterification of dimethyl terephthalate with glycol with high temperature (270-285 °) and by processes of low pressure
Injection blow par injection PET and sheet extrusion for PBT
9.4 Polycarbonates based on dihydric transesterification of compounds with carbonic acid ethers and reaction of dihydroxy compounds with phosgene. Also based on interfacial poly condensation. Transformation processes by plasticizing screw injection, extrusion of films and tubes and vessels blowing
9.5 Based fluorinated organic peroxides or polymerization with ammonium persulfate in aqueous solution. Transformation process for coating by spraying, injection and extrusion
9.6 Polyimides based on stepwise reaction with polyamide acid formation, imidization, condensing diisocyanates and dianhydrides with crosslinking and Michel addition
9.7 Fluid Silicones based on continuous or discontinuous hydrolysis of dimethyldichlorosilane for transformation processing of calendering, extrusion and compression
9.8 Resins and elastomeric silicone, based chlorosilane hydrolysis catalyzed by telomerization and later balanced cycles

10.1 Composites with high mechanical properties based on the melt and joint polycondensation of polyamide together with carbon or aramid fiber for bonding applications, pressed and cured in an autoclave
10.2 Medium-performance composites based on joint condensation of epoxy and carbon fiber , for applications of laminate and injected
10.3 Electrospining based polymer fabrics or electrospraying with nanofiber solutions projected on screens or grids electrically polarized
10.4 Polymeric tissue for scaffold or tissue cellular repair based electrospining using macromers photo reagents and / or nano-level multipolymers gel particles, as biomaterials

11.1 Transparent nanorods catalyst based on zinc oxide, intended to produce the catalytic decomposition of water to obtain hydrogen
11.2 Catalyst based on sulfur nanoparticle deposition on copper layer on the ruthenium substrate for removing SOx in the exhaust gas of vehicles and sulfur during the fractional distillation of crude
11.3 Catalyst based on sulfur deposition on copper nanoparticle layer on the ruthenium substrate for removing SOx in the exhaust gas of vehicles and sulfur, during the fractional distillation of crude

12.1 Optical sensors and photo-electric-based catalysts prepared titanium oxide nanoparticles from tetra isopropyl titanate gel
12.2 High sensitivity magnetoresistive sensors based on the deposition of nanoscale layers of ferromagnetic material for the recording and storage of signals
12.3 Optical sensors based on graphene device using the principle of light radiation surface propagation wavelength tuned by varying electrical voltage
12.4 Membranes for purification, desalination of water and filtering based on polyamide copolymers self-assembled into nanoscale layers by Langmuir Blodget. Variants antifouling introducing a method of doping silane
12.5 Electrodeposition coating layers based on nanosized Ni-Co subsequently oxidized. Is intended for surface treatment of steel corrosion and tribological purposes assuming improvements over conventional surface treatments
12.6 Steel sheets coated with layers of SiO2 and Al2O3 nano based organometallic gel controlled immersion. It is intended for corrosion surface treatment and tribological purposes assuming substantial improvements
12.7 Coating orthopedic parts and titanium dentures with nanostructured layers of biocompatible organic compounds
12.8 Thick organic coatings computer controlled based on immersion and subsequent nanometric film deposition on optical applications

13.1 Deposition technology of amorphous layers of low-temperature CVD using microwave, radio frequency discharge sustained, of elements of the system boron-nitrogen, carbon, in proportions determined by application
13.2 Deposition technology of amorphous multilayer low temperature PVD using microwave, RF magnetron sputtering discharge sustained or system elements boron-nitrogen, carbon in proportions determined according to the mechanical application in question
13.3 Formulation technology, sintering, grinding and subsequent plasma deposition by cyclotron resonance (ECR) of CaF2 particles Cr2O3 matrix in proportions determined according to the mechanical application in question
13.4 Formulation technology, sintering, grinding and subsequent plasma deposition by cyclotron resonance (ECR) BN particles in Ni matrix with 5% of Cr in amounts determined according to the mechanical application in question
13.5 Preparation and deposition technology for magnetron sputtering of carbon nano films ,shaped as covalent carbides of Si, N, B or Ti, such as SiC or B4 C or TiC

14.1 Rheological measurements technology and viscoelastic forces in the gas-liquid interfaces using magnetic nanoparticles for pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications
14.2 Technology measures surface tension and foaming detergent for advanced firefighting nanoparticles based on testing electric dipoles
14.3 Heat pump technology based on the Peltier effect through electric modules of transparent or translucent materials that can control the heat transfer and therefore the temperature between both sides of the modules
14.4 Cryogenic Technology Joule Thompson based on isenthalpic expansion of air from 35MPa with ceramic porous glass chamber and Dewar heat exchanger made up beryllium copper and propeller
14.5 Shielding technology to ballistic application based sandwich plate from steel and aluminum ceramic, that absorbs kinetic energy and holds together inside the fragments of the projectile
14.6 Technology of particle size distribution and compaction of clay and aggregate for building blocks vernacular in configuration with medium size or large compressive breaking strength up 38kp/cm2
14.7 Restoration technology and / or a pictorial of murals based carbon fiber sheets over a setting epoxy matrix impregnation molding process, wet procedure at room temperature
14.8 Welding technology between metal-metal or metal-ceramic of dynamic diffusion based on induction furnace, hydraulic system and controlled atmosphere chamber

15.1 Forging multidirectional (3 D) controlling, alloy steel, temperatures and times uniaxial compaction and the grain size of polycrystalline structure
15.2 Optimization of forging processes to get the features desired product toughness by models CAD-CAM software. Manufacturing of falls and dies as forging specimens
15.3 Optimizing printing processes using software model measuring grain size of falls and sub-samples of hydroformed pipe by hydrostatic pressure. Aluminum matrix optimization
15.4. Optimization processes hot rolled precision (tight tolerance) by software model with reduction of thickness and increase of plate width in specimens from electric arc steel mill

16.1 Grain size technology in milling, isostatic compaction characteristics of powders and sintering temperatures and times for toughness properties in the end piece
16.2 Software modeling technique for mechanical properties of sintered steels and determining the machinability of these steels
16.3 Technology of Development and Modeling light alloys for powder metallurgy, targeting mechanical strength properties combined with wear resistance (Base).
16.4 CAD-CAE Technology Manufacturing of parts for powder metallurgy of high speed steel and sintered metal materials with very high melting point, to manufacture special tools

17.1 Technology of reliability simulation and calculation to welding MIG / Arc parameterized based on materials, time, inert gas type and dimensions of the cord
17.2 Modeling and simulation Technology for reliability calculation in TIG (tungsten electrode inert gas) Arc parameterized based materials, times ,inert gas type and dimensions of the cord
17.3 Technology of fusion laser welding without filler material by plasma modeling and control software. Model parameterization cord thickness and width depth of penetration in the pieces

18.1Technology improvements to increase production capacity in the production process of zinc by direct leaching zinc sulphide and increased quality of sulfuric acid based by reduction of mercury content. (Control model)
18.2 Modeling Technology for Improvements of electrolysis process (anodes and cathodes of longer duration), cleaning system in vats and starts retrieving zinc plate deposited at the cathodes

19.1 Processing enhancements of glass laminar composites by floating and shaped for applications in building construction and automotive markets
19.2 Technology of Glass Composites formed by various layers of ordinary glass and polymers by bonding and curing them, with technical adhesive and balancing ultimately the thermal and expansion coefficients o the glass layers
19.3 Glass of low emissivity energy formed by ordinary glass on which is deposited a metal layer by vacuum deposition or pyrolysis. Main application is the construction of housing and offices with thermal control enclosure
19.4 Glass coated polystyrene and other polymer materials by CVD, Sputering or sol-gel. Glass in either disposable packaging consumer version or professional version for brightness control housing

20.1 Technology of joint solution polymerization of butadiene and styrene using a lithium initiator in an organic solvent supplemented with aliphatic and hydrogenation post-polymerization
20.2 Variation of this elastomer technology performing hydrogenation using metallocene catalysts and process improvements by microwave vulcanizing
20.3 Polymerization technology of natural rubber or polyisoprene to low resilience and low hysteresis by catalyzed polymerization of isoprene. Vulcanization balanced with loads and metal oxides
20.4 Technology of butyl rubber polymerization from isobutene and carbon black fillers. Good toughness is achieved and high hysteresis as well
20.5 Polymerization technology of butadiene rubber from diene monomers. Is achieved low hysteresis and high resilience. Gives rise to wetsuits when replacing a H atom by one of Cl
20.6 Improved production technology of nitrile rubber, by polymerizing diene monomers and replacing a H atom by one CN. Acrylonitrile copolymerize with butadiene ,providing oil resistance

21.1 Technology of enhancement the setting of cement through the development and testing of additives and corrosion inhibitors based on calcium nitrite
21.2 Fluxing technology of cement in the formation and pumping of concrete, based on formulation and tests with a mixing, in variable proportions, of formaldehyde, formaldehyde melamine sulfonate and formaldehyde naphthalene sulfonic
21.3 Simulation and calculations technology using models by cement additives that improve fluidization. It is carried out by the double track to reduce mixing water and increase slightly the presence of air, based on the use of lithium salts and barium
21.4 Simulation and calculations technology using models by cement additives that improve fluidization. It is carried out by the double track to reducing mixing water and increase the heat of reaction in a controlled manner, based on the use of vinyl copolymers, and in some cases alkaline salts

22.1 Modelling and simulation of properties of structural parts with high tensile, compressive and flexural strength, while designed with nanotubes exhibits very low thermal resistance and very high electrical resistance Applications in transport and distribution of electricity
22.2 Modeling and simulation of properties of structural part nanotubes CNT designed exhibiting NOx catalytic ability endowed with very low thermal resistance Applications in automotive emission control and environmental
22.3 Modelling and simulation of the parts designed by CNT nanotubes with properties for the detection and storage of hydrogen Also depending on the energy structure of the valence and conduction bands and the diameter of nanotubes can be configured as an insulator, semiconductor or conductor. Applications in electronics, energy management and transportation
22.4 Modeling and simulation of pieces designed with properties of nanotubes CNT as electron emission source .Also depending on the energy structure of the conduction and valence bands can be configured as semiconductor that controls the electron emission source. Power electronics and control applications
22.5 Modeling and simulation of foam or sheets pieces designed by electrically conductive CNT nanotubes in the matrix while semi-conductivity i polymers forming the outer. Composites application of cold cathode LED that is combinable with improved mechanical performance thanks to the high elastic modulus that is achieved
22.6 Modeling and simulation of properties of carbon black nanoparticles for use with elastomers in vehicle tires, antistatic fabrics and color-changing effects
22.6 Modeling and simulation Fullerene properties as tracer molecule transport and other types of molecules in biotechnology, medicine and catalytic and enzymatic reactions
22.7 Modeling and simulation of nano carbon elements designed as electrical storage porous set. The high surface area achieved also makes it suitable as an anode in lithium ion batteries

23.1 Modeling and simulation of properties in multifunctional applications MEMS (micro electromecanical system) using nano Ti alloys, Ti-Al, Ti (Fe-Ni-Cu), Mg-Ni
23.2 Modeling and simulation of outstanding properties in the areas of soft magnetism, wear resistance and corrosion resistance, thermal conductivity, heat exchanger etc., using Powder coating layers nanostructured Ti alloys, Ni. Cu, Fe, Zr, Co and noble metals made with electro deposition

24.1 Technology to quickly and efficiently discriminate potential selective absorbers either in the purification of biomolecules (antibiotics, peptides, amino acids and proteins), or separation of very similar chemical species as isoenzymes. The applicable thermodynamic optimal operating conditions for industrial scale, is indicated
24.2 Amperometric sensor technology for the determination of glucose in both must and wine, Based in monitoring of the enzymatic reaction of ferrocene electrochemically involved by a constant potential probe
24.3 Bioreactor technology based on fixed bed immobilized bacteria (Pseudomonas), intended for the degradation of herbicides or other toxic compounds related to agricultural production
24.4 Snapping technology in nanoscale various layers by Langmuir Blodget method with specific properties of biomineralización and controlled reproduction of bones and tissues