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University of Zaragossa
University of Zaragoza (UNIZAR) was founded in Spain in 1542 with 5 Faculties: Theology, Canons, Law, Medicine and Arts. Since that date, UNIZAR has continuously grown, adding Engineering to its Degrees in the early Seventies. UNIZAR, with more than 40.000 students and about 2.500 high quality researchers belonging to more than 250 research groups, occupies a very good position among National and European Universities. At the moment, the University consists of faculties that offers Master degrees and PhD programmes among others on Sciences, Business, Law, Humanities and Languages, Philosophy, Medicine, Sports, Veterinary, Environmental Sciences, Agriculture, Engineering, Architecture, Education, Business, Tourism, Nursing and Physiotherapy and Social Studies. It is distributed in campuses located in Zaragoza, Huesca and Teruel.
UNIZAR takes part on European Projects since FP4 and is currently involved in more than 120 ongoing European research projects, including several European programmes (such as FP7, Interreg, Cost, DG Sanco, Cyted, etc). UNIZAR has a European Projects Office which helps and assists the researchers during the preparation and management of the proposal.
The group of structural mechanics and materials modelling (GEMM) is one of the research groups of the Biomedical Research Networking centre (CIBER), which has been registered as a Consolidated Research Group by the Government of Aragon. Apart from the research fields described below, the GEMM is directly involved in teaching in the Faculty of Medicine and the Polytechnic Centre (CPS) of the University of Zaragoza. It is also coordinator of an interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Computational Mechanics and actively participates in the Inter-University Doctoral Program in Biomedical Engineering. Both programs have received the quality award by the Spanish government. In order to approach to the general public our research lines, GEMM members participate in forums, scientific conferences, courses and seminars for the general public. Finally, the GEMM is also very involved in promoting collaborations and coordinated projects with other research groups and departments and networks of national and international research.
This very multidisciplinary group performs basic and applied research in different areas, mainly focused in the cellular response to mechanical stimuli. The principal research topics are the design and development of novel micro technologies (microfluidics) for biological applications, design and fabrication of bioreactors for tissue engineering purposes, development of both advanced numerical and computational models with application in biomechanics and mechanobiology and their experimental validation. 
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