José Carlos Martins de Almeida

Junior Researcher

Short CV

José Carlos Almeida is a researcher at CICECO-Aveiro Institute of Materials, Department of Materials and Ceramic Engineering, University of Aveiro, Portugal. José Carlos is now President of the Portuguese Ceramic and Glass Society, and was its Secretary from 2014 to 2020. He was also member of the Permanent Executive Committee of the European Ceramic Society from July 2017 to September 2021, and is now Chair of the ECerS's R&D Working Group.  He is now working as a researcher (Level 3) in the project Agenda ECP - EcoCerâmica e Cristalaria de Portugal (Agendas Mobilizadoras PRR). He was CEO and owner of two companies between 1990 and 2010, having gained experience in various management areas. In 2008 José Carlos did a MSC in Science and Materials Engineering. at University of Aveiro. In 2011 he started a Doctoral Program in the same scientific area after receiving a grant from the FCT (Portuguese Science and Technology Foundation), having finished in January 2016. For him, it was a return to scientific research, interrupted in 1990 due to family reasons. That year he was attending a PhD in the field of materials science in a Brite/Euram Program project on silicon carbide reinforced silicon nitride composites. After obtaining the doctoral degree, the research work began as fellow postdoc in the project - Co-operation nº 3485 - DecorGlass - Decoration Techniques for the Glass, a Research & Development project promoted by Vista Alegre Atlantis (VAA) and the University Aveiro (UA), whose general objective is to develop a new range of glass products with high added value through study / development of new techniques and decoration materials. In this project it has been possible to apply satisfactorily the knowledge acquired about sol-gel processing and hybrid materials in a technological and industrial context. At the same time, it was possible to initiate a participation as researcher in the project "Hybrid organic-inorganic borosilicate materials by sol-gel for bone tissue engineering" that stems from an Integrated Action Portugal-Germany. A group of the CICECO-Aveiro Institute of Materials, University of Aveiro, and the group of Professor Aldo Boccaccini of the Institute for Biomaterials, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. A partnership was started with a PhD student of the Department of Industrial Systems Engineering and Design, Universitat Jaume I., Castellon, Spain, working in the Biotechnology, Organometallic Chemistry and Materials Chemistry Group. The student developed potential bioactive hybrid coatings for titanium and steel dental implants. From 2017 to now, he co-supervised six MsC students of the Department of Materials and Ceramic Engineering, University of Aveiro. He is author of 12 scientific papers, some of them in collaboration with other Portuguese and foreigner research groups. He has collaborated as a reviewer with the following scientific journals: Materials Letters, Materials Science and Engineering C, Cerâmica, Materials, Ceramics International, Materials Chemistry and Physics, and Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials. ORCID Id: 0000-0003-1552-9532     SCOPUS Id: 56924482000

Ongoing Supervisions

Publications

Resveratrol-Loaded Polydimethylsiloxane–Silica Hybrid Materials: Synthesis, Characheiroterization, and Antitumoral Activity

Sofia Viegas; Diogo Marinheiro; Veronica Bastos; Ana L. Daniel-da-Silva; Ricardo Vieira; Helena Oliveira; José Carlos Almeida; Bárbara J.M.L. Ferreira
2024, Polymers, 16, 7.

Magnetic polylactic acid-calcium phosphate-based biocomposite as a potential biomaterial for tissue engineering applications

Tânia S.S. Carvalho; Nilza Ribeiro; Paula M.C. Torres; José C. Almeida; João H. Belo; J.P. Araújo; António Ramos; Mónica Oliveira; Susana M. Olhero
2023, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 296, 15 February 2023.

Nanofibrous hybrid scaffolds based on PCL-borosilicate system by a green sol-gel process

S.A.R. Coelho J. Kniep, N. Barroca , J.C. Almeida, M.H.V. Fernandes
2023.

FLASH sintering of porcelain stoneware: effect of composition modifications

Camila Ribeiro; Luis Figueiredo; Ricardo Serrazina; José C. Almeida; Joana Salgado; Regina Santos; Helio Jorge; Álvaro Serrão; Pedro Marcos; M. Elisabete Costa; Paula M. Vilarinho; Ana M. Senos
2023, Journal of the European Ceramic Society.

Cellular Response to Sol-Gel Hybrid Materials Releasing Boron and Calcium Ions

Coelho, SAR; Almeida, JC; Unalan, I; Detsch, R; Salvado, IMM; Boccaccini, AR; Fernandes, MHV
2021, ACS BIOMATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, 7, 2, 491-506.

Red ruby glass from gold nanoparticles obtained by LASiS - a new approach

Almeida, JC; Davim, EJC; Salvado, IMM; Fernandes, MHV; Costa, FM; Rey-Garcia, F; Francisco, LM; Lopes, AB
2020, JOURNAL OF NON-CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS, 537.
ISBN: 1873-4812

Sol-gel coatings made using methyl-modified alkoxysilanes: The balance between protection and bioactivation

Romero-Gavilan, F; Carlos-Almeida, J; Cerqueira, A; Gurruchaga, M; Goni, I; Miranda-Salvado, IM; Fernandes, MHV; Suay, J
2020, PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS, 147.
ISBN: 1873-331X

A biocompatible hybrid material with simultaneous calcium and strontium release capability for bone tissue repair

Almeida, JC; Wacha, A; Gomes, PS; Alves, LC; Fernandes, MHV; Salvado, IMM; Fernandes, MHR
2016, MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING C-MATERIALS FOR BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS, 62, 429-438.

PDMS-SiO2-TiO2-CaO hybrid materials - Cytocompatibility and nanoscale surface features

Almeida, JC; Wacha, A; Gomes, PS; Fernandes, MHR; Fernandes, MHV; Salvado, IMM
2016, MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING C-MATERIALS FOR BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS, 64, 74-86.

Evaluating structural and microstructural changes of PDMS-SiO2 hybrid materials after sterilization by gamma irradiation

Almeida, JC; Lancastre, J; Fernandes, MHV; Margaca, FMA; Ferreira, L; Salvado, IMM
2015, MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING C-MATERIALS FOR BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS, 48, 354-358.

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