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Dr Gianluca Tozzi

Reader in Bioengineering

  1. Multi-material 3D printing of bioinspired mechanical structures

    Author: Mr Marco Curto , Mar 2019

    Supervisor: Dr Gianluca Tozzi (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  2. In vitro mechanical characterization of the human natural and treated vertebrae

    Author: Danesi, V., 12 May 2016

    Supervisor: Cristofolini, L. (External person) (Supervisor) & Dr Gianluca Tozzi (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  3. Investigation of aneurysm formation: a macro-structural approach

    Author: De Gelidi, S., Mar 2016

    Supervisor: Dr Andrea Bucchi (Supervisor), Tong, J. (Supervisor) & Dr Gianluca Tozzi (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  4. Silvernanowires and their potential applications in 3D scaffolds for biomedical applications

    Author: Dr Arianna De Mori , Oct 2018

    Supervisor: Dr Marta Roldo (Supervisor), Dr Gianluca Tozzi (Supervisor) & Barbu, E. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  5. Multi-scale evaluation of bone combining indentation, in situ XCT mechanics and digital volume correlation

    Author: Karali, A., 2020

    Supervisor: Dr Gianluca Tozzi (Supervisor) & Dr Jurgita Zekonyte (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  6. In Vitro full-field methods for the biomechanical characterization of spine segments

    Author: Palanca, M., 12 May 2017

    Supervisor: Cristofolini, L. (External person) (Supervisor), Dr Gianluca Tozzi (Supervisor) & Dall׳Ara, E. (External person) (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  7. X-ray biomechanical imaging and digital volume correlation of bone: from regeneration to structure

    Author: Pena Fernandez, M., Dec 2018

    Supervisor: Dr Gianluca Tozzi (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  8. In vitro studies of bone-cement interface and related work on cemented acetabular replacement

    Author: Dr Gianluca Tozzi , 29 May 2012

    Supervisor: Tong, J. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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