Martin A Zalazar

Martin A Zalazar
National University of Entre Rios | UNER · Electronics Prototyping & 3D Lab

PhD

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Introduction
Martin A Zalazar currently works at the Electronics Prototyping & 3D Lab, National University of Entre Rios. Martin does research in Materials Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering. Their current project is 'BIOMEMS'.

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A comprehensive guide to the science of a transformational ultrananocrystalline-diamond (UNCDTM) thin film technology enabling a new generation of high-tech and external and implantable medical devices. Edited and co-authored by a co-originator and pioneer in the field, it describes the synthesis and material properties of UNCDTM coatings and multi...
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Advances in biosensors have revolutionized the field of clinical diagnosis. To obtain reliable results, it is important to fully characterize all the properties of the biosensors. The article presents the characterization of a sensor using Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) and water. PEG is a condensation polymer of ethylene oxide and water. The quantifica...
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The dissipation factor and subsequently the characterization of the viscoelasticity of deposition films have become crucial for the study of biomolecular adsorption. Most of the commercial quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) systems offer this feature, but it has not been incorporated in open source systems. This article describes the design, constru...
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Nowadays it is in constant growing the development of thin film bulk acoustic resonators. If the piezoelectric material is going to be implanted in the human body, an important requirement is the biocompatibility of the implant. In this regard, Aluminum Nitride (AlN) has emerged as an attractive alternative for use in biomedical MicroElectroMechani...
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Several issues have been reported regarding aqueous shunts used in the treatment of glaucoma. To attend to these problems an active implantable valve, based in MEMS (mirco electromecanic structure) processes, is proposed. This BioMEMS would be fed wirelessly and would be composed of an integrated circuit, an electrochemical actuator and microfuidic...
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The physics for integration of piezoelectric aluminum nitride (AlN) films with underlying insulating ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD), and electrically conductive grain boundary nitrogen-incorporated UNCD (N-UNCD) and boron-doped UNCD (B-UNCD) layers, as membranes for microelectromechanical system implantable drug delivery devices, has been inve...
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Resumen—Este documento muestra la implementación de una metodología didáctica y algunos de los resultados para la enseñanza de los procesos industriales en la carrera de Bioingeniería. El trabajo surge como una respuesta a la necesidad de lograr una adaptación de procesos tradicionales de la industria clásica en relación con las aplicaciones para t...

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