Ramón Francisco Pamies Porras

  • Teaching area: Ciencia de los Materiales e Ingeniería Metalúrgica
  • Polymers and plastics / Tribology / Non-Newtonian fluid flows (incl. rheology)

Ramón Francisco Pamies Porras




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  • Teaching area: Ciencia de los Materiales e Ingeniería Metalúrgica
  • Polymers and plastics / Tribology / Non-Newtonian fluid flows (incl. rheology)
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About

Ramón Francisco Pamies Porras

Assessment of teaching: number of five-year periods assessed positively: 3
Assessment of research: number of six-year periods assessed positively: 3

In 2002 I graduated in Chemistry at the University of Murcia (Spain). In 2006 I finished my PhD in Polymer Science under the supervision of José García de la Torre and José Ginés Hernández Cifre at the same University. During this period, I focused on the study of polymers in dilute solution by means of computer simulation techniques. The year after, I started a postdoctoral position at the University of Oslo (Norway) in the Polymer Group leadered by Bo Nyström in 2007. In this project we studied the interaction of different kind of smart materials with gold nanoparticles. I returned to the University of Murcia with a reasearch position in 2010 and then we started a new research line based on nanoparticles. At the end of 2011 I started a position as lecturer at the department at Materials and Manufacturing Engineering of the Technical University of Cartagena (Spain) and I settle in the group of Materials Science ant Metalurgical Engineering leaded by María Dolores Bermúdez.

My research interests are nanomaterials and I am currently focused in the improvement of tribological porperties of ionic liquids by using carbon nanophase materials as graphene and nanodiamonds. I am an expert in Rheology and DLS size determination but I also use other techniques for general characterization of materials such as RAMAN spectroscopy, SEM, TEM, TGA, etc.

I also cooperate with the Technological Center of Plastic in Murcia developing new materials with greenhouse applications and with Anna-Lena Kjoniksen leader of the group of Materials Technology in Ostfold (Norway) adding phase change materials to building materials to improve their thermal performance.

Office Hours

Tutorials will by carried out by request of the student sending a mail to ramon.pamies@upct.es

Teaching

Course
Degree
Type
Duration
ECTS
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
6
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
6
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Type
B
Duration
1Q
ECTS
4.5
ENGINEERING PLASTICS
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering
Type
O
Duration
1Q
ECTS
3
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
6

Abbreviation list

  • BS: Basic course
  • B: Required course
  • O: Elective course
  • A: Year-long
  • 1Q: 1st half
  • 2Q: 2st half

Teaching evaluation

Year
Course
Degree
Class
Survey respondent
Average (*)
2023-24
ENGINEERING PLASTICS
509109010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
4.67
2022-23
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
506101008
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
7
Average
4.57
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
508103006
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
4.67
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
524102008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
10
Average
4.2
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
524102008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering
Class
3
Survey respondent
9
Average
4.33
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
524102008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
7
Average
5
ENGINEERING PLASTICS
509109010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
5
Average
4.8
2021-22
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
506101008
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
8
Average
4.75
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
524102008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
4
Average
4.5
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
524102008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering
Class
3
Survey respondent
3
Average
5
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
524102008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
3
Average
4
2020-21
MATERIAL SELECTION AND CORROSION
513103002
Bachelor's degree of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
8
Average
4
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
506101008
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
7
Average
4.29
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
4
Average
5
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
508103006
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
9
Average
4.33
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
508103006
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
6
Average
4.5
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
3
Survey respondent
11
Average
4.18
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
4
Average
3.75
MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
509102010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
3
ENGINEERING PLASTICS
509109010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
9
Average
4.44
MATERIALS SICENCE AND ENGINEERING
512102003
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
4.67
2019-20
MATERIAL SELECTION AND CORROSION
513103002
Bachelor's degree of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
4.67
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
506101008
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
4.67
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
4
Average
3.75
MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
508101008
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
3
Survey respondent
6
Average
3.33
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
508103006
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
36
Average
4.53
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
508103006
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
17
Average
4.53
ENGINEERING PLASTICS
509109010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
14
Average
4.64
MATERIALS SICENCE AND ENGINEERING
512102003
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
20
Average
3.9
MATERIALS SICENCE AND ENGINEERING
512102003
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
3
Average
5
(*) Average over a maximum of 5