Ángel Delgado Mora

Presently, Ángel Delgado Mora is Professor of Applied Physics, University of Granada. He graduated in Physics at the University of Granada in 1978. His Ph.D. thesis was defended in 1984 in the field of electrokinetics of clay particles. After some years as assistant, he became associate professor in 1986, and professor in 1998. His postdoc stays were in Bristol University, UK, and Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York.

In the Department of Applied Physics he has lectured on General Physics, Mechanics and Solid State Physics, as well as several master and graduate courses, mainly in Materials Sciecen and Technology, and in Nanomaterial Science.

Research fields

  • Electrical properties of solid/liquid interfaces

  • Nanoparticle synthesis and characterization

  • Dispersed systems: electrokinetics

  • Magnetic fluids

  • Biomedical applications of nanostructures

  • Magnetic hyperthermia

  • Drug delivery

Publications / publications


  • Key concepts in Mechanics. Anaya, Madrid, 2005

  • Interfacial Electrokinetics and Electrophoresis. Marcel Dekker, N. York, 2002.

Editorial Boards

  • Scientific Reports, Nature Publishers