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Dr. Enric Menéndez: stayed in our group as a post-doctoral researcher (2017-2020) pursuing research on magneto-ionic phenomena and is now establishing his own group at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Dr. Veronica Sireus: stayed in our group as PhD student (2018-2020) and is now seeking and Academic position in Italy. Her Thesis focused on the development of strain-mediated heterostructured multiferroic materials.

Dr. Shauna Robbennolt: stayed in our group as post-doctoral researcher (2016-2019) and has found a position in USA (private R&D company). Her work in our group focused on the study of magneto-ionic effects in nanoporous oxide thin films.

Dr. Evangelia Dislaki: stayed in our group as PhD student (2016-2019) to study electrocatalytic and magnetoelectric properties of electrodeposited mesoporous films (for energy and environmentally sustainable applications). She is now working as R&D Consultant in the private sector (USA).

Dr. Doga Bilican: stayed in our group as PhD student (2016-2019) to study electrocatalytic and magnetoelectric properties of electrodeposited films and patterned structures (for environmentally sustainable applications). She is now working in the academic sector in Turkey.

Pau Mercier: stayed in our group as Master Student (2018) and is now looking for a R&D job in Germany.

Dr. Alberto Quintana: stayed in our group as PhD student (2015-2018) to study electric surface charging effects on the magnetic properties of nanoporous alloys (magnetoelectric actuation). He is now pursuing a post-doctoral stay at Georgetown University (USA).

Dr. Miguel Guerrero: stayed in our group as post-doctoral researcher from 2012 until 2018. He is now Associate Professor at the Chemistry Department of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Dr. Sebastià Agramunt: Stayed in our group as post-doctoral researcher (2013) and is now establishing in the Private Sector.

Dr. Amadeu Concustell: Defended his PhD Thesis in 2007 (title: "Deformation behavior and strenghening of bulk metallic glasses and nanocomposites"), stayed for two years at the University of Cambridge (UK), then worked in La Farga LaCambra (private company) and at the Universitat de Barcelona (Thermal Spray Centre). Currently, he is working at the Centre Tecnològic de Manresa.

Roger Domingo: Stayed in our group as Master Student (2013-2014) and is now pursuing a PhD at the Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering (University of Strathclyde-Glasgow).

Dr. Daniel Esqué-de los Ojos: stayed in our group as postdoc (2014-2015) within the MANAQA FET-Open Project, to carry out finite element modeling of the mechanical properties of different types of materials (nano-sized objects, porous frameworks, etc.). He is now teaching at high school (in Spain).

Dr. Junpeng Fan: stayed in our group as PhD student (2015-2017) and is now looking for postdoctoral position in Europe or China. His Thesis focused on the synthesis and characterization of mesoporous oxide materials. He is now post-doctoral researcher at Umea University (Sweden).

Dr. Yuping Feng: stayed in our group as PhD student (2015-2017) and is now working in the private sector (R&D) in China. His Thesis focused on the development of materials for biodegradable implants.

Dr. Irati Golvano: Stayed in our group as PhD student (2014-2017) and is now looking for a postdoctoral position in Europe. Her PhD focused on electrodeposited alloys with magnetic and electrocatalytic performance.

Dr. Sergio González: Stayed in our group as Juan de la Cierva Researcher (period 2011-2013) and is now Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Northumbria (UK).

Dr. Anna Hynowska: Defended her PhD Thesis in 2014 (title: "Biocompatible Ti-based metallic glasses and nanocomposite materials") and is now working as Materials Engineer at Husky Injection Molding Systems (Luxembourg).

Dr. Nele Van Steenberge: Defended her PhD Thesis in 2008 (title: "Study of the structural changes in Zr-based bulk metallic glasses upon annealing and deformation processes") and is now working in OCAS-Arcelor Mittal, located in Ghent (Belgium).

Dr. Aïda Varea: Defended her PhD Thesis in 2013 (title: "Multifunctional Nanocrystalline Electrodeposited Cu-Ni Films ") and is now working at the Universitat de Barcelona (Electronics Department) as a postdoctoral researcher.

Dr. Huiyan Zhang: Stayed in our group as a post-doctoral researcher for two years (2015-2016). She is now working at Anhui University of Technology as Assistant Professor.

Dr. Jin Zhang: Stayed in our group as PhD student (2014-2016) and is now in China working at the “Research Center for Advanced Lubricant and Sealing Materials” in Xi’an. Her PhD focused on electrodeposited porous alloys for magnetic and electrocatalytic applications.