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TENURED PROFESSOR

Andrés Giovanni

GONZÁLEZ HERNÁNDEZ

School of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science

Profesor sin foto

Undergraduate Academic Coordinator

CONTACT

Information

aggonzal@uis.edu.co

+57 (607) 634 4000
Ext. 2422

GENERAL

Biography

Engineer passionate about the manufacture, development, and innovation of ceramic and metallic materials, and their relationship with processing, structure and properties. Experience in research projects applied to the national industry. Specialized in advanced materials for sectors such as energy, petrochemical, cement, health, jewelry, and biocompatibility. Extensive knowledge of metals, from steels to high performance alloys. Ability to propose, direct and research autonomously, generating original knowledge and applying it to solve real-world problems in Materials Science.

EDUCATION AND

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Ceramic Materials and Surface Treatments


    Université de Limoges, 2015

  • Doctor in Engineering


    Universidad de Antioquia, 2014

  • Master's Degree in Engineering (emphasis on Materials)


    Universidad de Antioquia, 2008

  • Metallurgical Engineer


    Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, 2004

Undergraduate Academic Coordinator

CONTACT

Information

aggonzal@uis.edu.co

+57 (607) 634 4000 Ext. 2422

AREAS OF

Expertise

  • Characterization of metallic and ceramic materials

  • Coatings made by thermal spray (thermal spray and flame spraying)

  • Casting of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys

  • 3D printing and computer-aided design

  • Metallic foams

  • Simulation of materials at the atomic level (VASP Software)

ATTENTION

Hours

Monday to Friday

7:00 a.m. – 12 m.

2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

UIS Central Campus , Edificio Jorge Bautista Vesga (Bloque 31), oficina 237

Research

Group

AWARDS AND

Recognitions

  • Becario Doctoral


    COLFUTUTO, ASCUN y la Embajada Francesa, Colombia, 2011

  • Becario del programa "Doctorados Nacionales"


    MinCiencias, Colombia, 2012

  • Distinción de "Magna Cum Laude" a la tesis doctoral


    Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia, 2014

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