Liliana Romero Reséndiz

Assistant Professor
National Autonomous University of Mexico

Region: Americas

Country of residence: Mexico

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Liliana Romero-Resendiz is an assistant professor at the College of Chemistry of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico (since 2022). She was a postdoctoral fellow at the City University of Hong Kong, China (2021-2022). She obtained her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering under a project co-guided by UNAM, Mexico, and the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain (2021). She performed as a lecturer at the Engineering College of UNAM (2019-2020). She has been awarded the Marie Curie Fellowship from the European Union and the Juan de la Cierva Fellowship from the Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation.  Her research interest includes the processing-microstructure-properties relationship of heterostructured and nanostructured alloys, as well as developing biomaterials for antimicrobial and biomedical implant applications. She is currently a guest editor of special issues for the Crystals and Materials journals. She was chair of the Symposium of Students Related to Materials Science and Engineering supported by the MRS and SMMater (SIMPEST, Mexico, 2020), member of the organizing committee of the First International Conference on Heterostructured Materials (HSM I, Hong Kong, 2022), and chair of the “Heterostructured Materials: Fundamentals, Processing, Properties and Applications” symposium (IMRC, Mexico, 2023).

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