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  • Postdoctoral Researcher in Organic Solar Cells in the NANOPTO group

    Postdoctoral Researcher in Organic Solar Cells in the NANOPTO group

    A postdoctoral research position is offered within the framework of the project “Finding a needle in a haystack: efficient identification of high performing organic energy materials (FOREMAT)”, funded by the European Research Council through the program ERC-Consolidator Grant.

    The appointment has an initial duration of 2 years, starting in May 2018. 

  • Postdoctoral Researcher in Photonics and Plasmonics in the NANOPTO group

    Postdoctoral Researcher in Photonics and Plasmonics in the NANOPTO group

    We are looking for a motivated and proactive Postdoctoral Researcher to work in the project "Photonic and Plasmonic Architectures by Soft Lithography".

    The project aims at the integration of large area and inexpensive photonic architectures in optoelectronic devices to boost their performance through exciting photonic properties.


    • First CARBAT FET Open project meeting at ICMAB to evaluate the first 6 months of the project
    • TNSI: Nanotechnology brings together companies and research centres from both sides of the Pyrenees
    • MAGBBRIS: Magnetic biomaterials for brain repair and imaging after stroke
    • Nano-structured graphene-based electrodes for neural repair
    • SMART-4-FABRY: NANOMOL-CIBER group at ICMAB coordinates the European project focused on the Fabry rare disease

    Comfuturo project granted to Ignasi Fina for his project on improving photovoltaic efficiency

    The Comfuturo program (“Un Compromiso público privado con la ciencia y el Futuro”) has granted the research project "NANOingeniería de ÓXIdos para el mayor aprovechamiento de la energía SOLar usando rutas no convencionales (NANOXISOL)" (Oxides nanoengineering for improvement of photovoltaic efficiency using non-conventional routes) presented by Ignasi Fina in this second edition.

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    Minimalist Biostructures Designed to Create Nanomaterials

    • Researchers from the IBB-UAB fabricate 4 molecules of only 7 amino acids with the ability to self-assemble and rapidly and inexpensively form nanomaterials for biomedical and nanotechnological purposes.
    • Four peptides were used to create one of the most resistant bionanomaterials described to date, nanocables and mini enzymes to act as a catalyst for the formation of nanomaterials.
    • The study, publised in ACS Nano included the collaboration of Isabel Fuentes and Francesc Teixidor from the ICMAB-CSIC.

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