"Multiscale simulation of thermal transport in semiconductor devices based on atomistic calculations" by Jesús Carreté (Mon, 8 April 2019)
Multiscale simulation of thermal transport in semiconductor devices based on atomistic calculations
by Jesús CARRETÉ, Technische Universität Wien
Monday, 8 April 2019 @ 12 pm
ICMAB - Sala d'Actes Carles Miravitlles
Barcelona, 27 May 2019: "El carboni: de l’origen de la vida a la nanociència" by Gerard Tobias #DillunsCiència #TaulaPeriòdica #aitp2019
The next "Dilluns de Ciència" conference cycle will be in commemoration of the 150 years of the Periodic Table of the Elements. The talks will take place between April and June 2019 at the CSIC "Residència d'Investigadors", Mondays at 6:30 pm. On 27 May 2019, Gerard Tobias, ICMAB researcher, will talk about "Carbon: from the origin of life to nanoscience".
Many of the people (researchers, students, technicians, administrative staff) that have worked at ICMAB since its foundation in 1986, are now developing their career and continuing their training in leading academic institutions and industries all over the world. Are you one of them? Would you like to keep in touch with your former colleagues? Then continue reading...
Alexandre Ponrouch receives the International Battery Association (IBA) Early Career Award 2019 in San Diego
Last week, during the International Battery Association (IBA) 2019 meeting in San Diego, Alexandre Ponrouch, researcher at ICMAB, received the IBA 2019 Early Career Award. The International Battery Association (IBA) awards significant contributions to battery research and technology development that have impacted the advancement of energy storage systems, and for lifelong service to the IBA. The awards were recognized at the banquet of the IBA meeting on Thursday, March 7, 2019. Congratulations to all the winners of IBA2019!
The online website "Motor Pasion" about the cars and motor word, opens their site today with a news post about the electric vehicle and the future batteries. M. Rosa Palacín, researcher at ICMAB, was consulted by the author of the article, Victoria Fuentes, and appers in the article giving her point of view and state of the art. Read it to know more about it!
The 9th edition of the Generating Idees Programme ("Generació d'Idees") is now open. This year, the topic is Biomedicine and Insutrial Biotechnology, and will take place between April-June 2019. The programme is organized by the UAB Research Park (PRUAB) and the Biotechnology Reference Network (XRB) and is aimed to help the researchers to find the best application for their research. Registration deadline: 5 April 2019!
My name is María del Carmen Luzardo. I come from La Habana, Cuba. There, I am fulltime professor at the University of Habana (UH) else I`m researcher in the Center of Molecular Immunology (CIM), in Havana city. We have one laboratory inside this BioCubaFarma industry (Lab. UH-CIM). My expertise: physic-chemical characterization of liposomes containing proteins in order to study their properties as adjuvants and immune-modulators in preclinical assays. This is my first time in Spain.I want to thank NanoOligoMed proyect and the Dr. Nora Ventosa and Dr. Marilyn Lanio (Cuba) for give me this opportunity as post-doc of the ICMAB
Unexpected large transverse magneto-optic Kerr effect at quasi-normal incidence in magnetoplasmonic crystals
R. Cichelero, M. A. Oskuei, M.Kataja, S. M. Hamidi, G.Herranz. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. Volume 476, 15 April 2019, Pages 54-58
Dr. Laia Soler, former PhD researcher under the supervision of Prof. Xavier Obradors and Dr. Susagna Ricart (Superconducting and Large Scale Nanostructures group at ICMAB) defended her PhD thesis entitled "Liquid-assisted ultrafast growth of superconducting films derived from chemical solutions" publicly on 1 March 2019 at the ICMAB-CSIC Auditorium. We have interviewed her to know a little bit more about her PhD and her life at the ICMAB!
The European Union Innovation Radar selects one technology developed in the framework of a EU project led by ICMAB
A technology developed by a team led by Dr. Núria Crivillers, researcher at the Nanomol Group at ICMAB, has been selected as a high potential innovation by the European Union (EU).
We are looking for a photonics expert to participate in the integration of large area and inexpensive photonic architectures (plasmonic structures, photonic crystals, etc.) in optoelectronic devices to boost their performance through exciting photonic properties. Deadline: the sooner the better.
Sign in for the GoNano Innovation and Co-Creation Workshop on "Nanotechnology for Energy" that will take place in Barcelona, on 7 March 2019, organized under the EU project GoNano and hosted by RMIT Europe. If you are interested in co-creating and fins solutions in nanotechnology for the future energy challenge, don't miss it!
Tuning the deposition parameters for optimizing the faradaic and non-faradaic electrochemical performance of nanowire array-shaped ITO electrodes prepared by electron beam evaporation
On Friday, 1 February 2019, students from the Centre d'Estudis Roca school, in Barcelona, came to the ICMAB to discover the materials of the future in solar energy! The visit consisted in a first talk from Mariano Campoy-Quiles, researcher at the ICMAB, followed by a visit to four different labs: SEM, XRD, AFM and NANOPTO labs. The visit is in the framework of the ESCOLAB programme of the Ajuntament de Barcelona.
See you around!
Insights into the structure and nanomechanics of a quatsome membrane by force spectroscopy measurements and molecular simulations
Hi!! I'm Marimar, a 23 years old chemical engineer. I'm from Alcoy, a really beautiful city of Alicante. I'm doing an internship with the Severo Ochoa fellowship and studying the master Science and Engineering of Materials at UPC Campus Diagonal–Besòs (Barcelona). I like sports and dance. I have danced ballet since I was 6 years old. In my free time I used to go hiking in the mountains or train for trails. Currently, as I live in Barcelona city, I’m trying to run, but I ‘ll tell you know about my process. I'm also very creative. I love designing clothes and doing all kinds of crafts. To sum up, I love being always busy with new and interesting things.
I hope to get to know everyone, see you around!!!
We heard with great sadness that Dominique Givord, CNRS researcher in Grenoble, passed away this week. Many researchers from the ICMAB collaborated with him and worked directly with him. Dominique contributed to the build of the ICMAB by inspiring many of our research activities and research lines, supporting young scientists and advising us on the big challenges of magnetic materials, as required by our modern and future society. His loss is felt by many of us.
Between January and March, the CSIC Residència d'Investigadors hosts another cycle of "Science Mondays" (Dilluns de Ciència) related to energy and the climate: Canvis energètics en favor del clima.
Rafael Cichelero, Mikko Kataja, Mariano Campoy-Quiles, and Gervasi Herranz, "Non-reciprocal diffraction in magnetoplasmonic gratings," Opt. Express 26, 34842-34852 (2018).
On Monday, 18 March, the meeting "Science and Research in the Agenda 2030" (Ciencia e Investigación en la Agenda 2030) took place in La Moncloa (Madrid), with the President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities, Pedro Duque, and the High Comissioner for the Agenda 2030, Cristina Gallach. The CSIC President, Rosa Menéndez, participated in the event, and Mariano Campoy-Quiles, from ICMAB-CSIC, attented the event, together with 150 representatives of the science, research and innovation field in Spain.
Hello!! I’m Carlota and I’m from Sant Cugat del Vallès. This year I’m finishing my studies in Chemical Engineering and thanks to the JAE Intro fellowship, I will be joining the Solid State Chemistry group to develop my final degree thesis.
In my spare time I enjoy being outdoors, hiking with my dog and discovering new places. I also love to travel. See you around!
Three days to talk about communication, science and outreach, at the University of Burgos, from 9 to 11 October 2019, organized by the AECC (Asociación Española de Comunicación Científica) and the University of Burgos. Call for proposals and registration is open!
"Theater as a tool to visibilize women scientists" presented at the Women, Science and Technology Conference in Terrassa
Terrassa held on 6-7 March 2019 the first edition of the "Women, Science and Technology" (WSciTech19) Conference (Congrés de Dones, Ciència i Tecnologia) and the "Châtelet team" at ICMAB presented their dramatised lecture "Madame Châtelet and her Instagram followers" as a tool to visibilize the wise women in the history of science. Susagna Ricart and Anna May, in representation of the team, presented a Poster, and an Oral Communication, which resulted in a fantastic colloquium.
Antibacterial biopolymer patches to protect and heal plant wounds: joint publication between ICMAB and CRAG
- A recently published study presents a new method to prevent infection by plant pathogens using bacterial cellulose and silver nanoparticles hybrid patches
- The study is the result of the collaborative work between two research groups belonging to ICMAB and CRAG, both Severo Ochoa Centers of Excellence at the UAB Campus
Dr.Sílvia Illa, former PhD researcher under the supervision of Dr. Jordi Faraudo (Theory and Simulation group at ICMAB) and Dr. Swapans K. Pati (Theoretical Science Unit, JNCASR, India), defended her PhD thesis entitled "Molecular Modelling of Quatsome nanovesicles" publicly on 28 February 2019 at the ICMAB-CSIC Auditorium. We have interviewed her to know a little bit more about her PhD and her life at the ICMAB!
I am Bea, from Tortosa, a small town in Baix Ebre. I am a last year Nanoscience and Nanotechnology student. I just joined the Molecular Nanoscience and Organic Materials group, and I will be studying the physico-chemical properties of different quatsomes with medical therapy applications.
I enjoy sports, mostly swimming, I love going to the theater and of course I go travelling whenever I can!
The Gender Equality Committe at the LIBRA workshop on “How to design, implement and follow-up a Gender Equality Plan”
Carlos Frontera, researcher at ICMAB and member of the Gender Equality Committee of the ICMAB, attended on February 14-15, 2019, the European project LIBRA workshop to share experiences on “How to design, implement and follow-up a Gender Equality Plan”.
A new laser-based technique developed by the Institute of Materials Science (ICMAB-CSIC) uses urea, a common substance in the chemical industry and a low-cost alternative to noble metal co-catalysts, to enable a more efficient, one-step production of hybrid graphene-based organic-inorganic composite layers for environmental remediation; photodegradation of antibiotic contaminants from wastewater. The composition and chemical bonds of the urea-enriched thin layers were studied in detail using synchrotron light at the ALBA Synchrotron.
Quantification of propagating and standing surface acoustic waves by stroboscopic X-ray photoemission electron microscopy
Xavier Obradors, ICMAB Director, gave a talk to the CMES group (Col·lectiu per a un Nou Model Energètic i Social Sostenible) on February 4, 2019. You can watch here the entire conference, which is on Youtube:
On Monday, 4 February 2019, the Paranimf of the Universitat de Barcelona hosted the 7th edition of the Interdisciplinary Meeting of Predoctoral Researchers (JIPI, Jornada d'Investigadors Predoctorals Interdisciplinària), organized by PhD fellows and supported by many entities and organizations, including the ICMAB-CSIC. M. Rosa Palacin was invited in the closing session of the event, in which some of our ICMAB PhD researchrers participated.
Hi! I am Aleix Borrella, a 21 years old undergraduate student in Nanoscience & Nanotechnology. I am from Vilafranca del Penedès, a small lovely town close to Barcelona, and I will join the Solid State Chemistry group to study an alloy between graphene and polymers for 3D printing as part of my final degree project
Miquel Torras, PhD fellow at the Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites (NN) group, received on 29 January 2019 the Extraordinary Award for his Master in Applied Materials Chemistry at the University of Barcelona (UB) (2016-2017).
#11F2019 Arántzazu González in "L'informatiu" TVE1 for the International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Arántzazu González, researcher from the ICMAB-CSIC, went on 11 February to a Primary School (Can Maiol) to talk to the students and visibilize women scientists, within the initative "Nuestras científicas: Jornada de investigadoras actuales y futuras" of the CSIC-Catalunya. The initiative appeared on the TVE1 news programme "L'informatiu" at 2 pm on 11 February 2019. Look at it here, from minute 16:04!
The CSIC Delegation in Catalunya wants to contribute to the promotion of scientific vocations in young girls, and facilitate the contact between them and the scientists from the nearby research centers. For this reason, an educational action in the framework of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11 February) is organized, consisting on school visits by some CSIC researchers, who will explain their research projects and their life as a scientist to primary school students.
Meet the 10 future scientists working on Advanced Functional Materials of the DOC-FAM MSCA-COFUND project!
On Tuesday, 29 January 2019, the Welcome Day of the Doctoral Training Programme in Functional Advanced Materials (DOC-FAM) First Call Fellows took place at the ICMAB. The DOC-FAM is a H2020-MSCA-COFUND project coordinated by ICMAB-CSIC in collaboration with four partner research institutions from the area: IMB-CNM, IREC, ALBA Synchrotron and ICN2. In this first call, 10 PhD Fellows from all around the world have started their research training programme within these institutions. Meet them here!
Localized thinning for strain concentration in suspended germanium membranes and optical method for precise thickness measurement
P. O. Vaccaro, M. I. Alonso, M. Garriga, J. Gutiérrez, D. Peró, M. R. Wagner, J. S. Reparaz, C. M. Sotomayor Torres, X. Vidal, E. A. Carter, P. A. Lay, M. Yoshimoto, and A. R. Goñi. AIP Advances 8, 115131 (2018)
"Synthetic DNA-based nanodevices for sensing applications" by Alessandro Porchetta (Thursday, 7 March 2019)
Synthetic DNA-based nanodevices for sensing applicationsby Alessandro Porchetta,Department of Chemistry, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
Thursday, 7 March 2019 @ 12 pm
ICMAB - Sala d'Actes Carles Miravitlles
It's #WorldCancerDay and the ICMAB would like to share with you some of our projects on cancer research
Each year on 4 February, World Cancer Day empowers all the world to show support, raise their voices, take personal action and press the governments to do more. We would like to show you our projects on cancer research. Take a look at our projects!
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