From 1992, the Centro de Investigación en Polímeros has formed and consolidated a collaboration culture for technology development with a variety of academic organizations. Some of these institutions are:

national colaborators


Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México - Institute of Physics

unam Mexico City

Research Topic:
Theoretical and experimental study of optical properties for polymer coatings.

Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas - CIMAT

Guanajuato, México

Research Topic:
Construction of graphical interfaces (GUI's) for engineering, optics and intelligent systems.

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Department of Engineering, Processes and Hydraulics

uamMexico City

Research Topic:
Estimation and control of polymerization reactors, both emulsion and solution-based.

Centro de Investigación en Química Aplicada, CIQA

ciqa Saltillo, Mexico.

Research Topic:

  • Development of polymers with controlled structure.
  • Development of emulsions with defined particle size.
  • Modeling of particle size distribution in emulsions.

Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados


Chihuahua, México.

Research Topic:
Computer Simulation.

Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación Superior de Ensenada, B. C., CICESE.


Ensenada, Mexico

Research Topic:
Development of techniques for characterization of particles on pigments and fillers.


Morelos, Mexico

Research Topic:
Nanohibrid polymers coating.


ccadet Mexico City

Research Topic:
Research and technology development in various areas of physical and mathematical sciences and engineering.



uaslp San Luis Potosí

Research Topic:
Scientific engineering research and technological development for mathematics and engineering areas.

international colaborators


Carnegie Mellon University

carnegie mellonResearch Topic:
Living radical polymerization.

Kent State University

ken state

Ohio, USA.

Research Topic:
Smart pigments

University of New Hampshire - Nanostructured Polymers Research Center

university of new hampshire

Durham, NH, USA.

Research Topic:
Development of latex particles with controlled morphology.

Eindhoven University


Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Research Topic:
Emulsion polymerization.