Congratulations Dr. Xavier Palmer, new ICMAB graduate!
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Dr. Xavier Palmer Paricio from the Superconducting Materials and Large Scale Nanostructures (SUMAN) group at ICMAB defended his PhD thesis last Tuesday, 13 November 2018. His thesis was about the synthesis of superconducting tapes and ceramic microfibers by the chemical solution depositon (CSD) method.
Obtención de capas Superconductoras y Microfibras cerámicas por Deposición de Soluciones Químicas
Date: Tuesday, 13 November 2018
Time: 11 am
Venue: Sala d'Actes Carles Miravitlles, ICMAB
Abstract: In the present work we show the studies carried out using the Chemical Solution Deposition (CSD) technique for the fabrication of different functional oxides. These advances were done mainly in two areas:
First, on a field of extreme interest as is superconductor materials, where the use of the CSD allows their synthesis at a more competitive cost than using other techniques. The studies presented here show a significant advance through new more efficient and eco-friendly solutions.
In a second field, the CSD technique was applied in conjunction with another technique, Electrospinning for the synthesis of fibers, with the main objective to obtain ceramic oxides nanofibers in a non-conventional way.
- Dr. Susagna Ricart, ICMAB
- President: Dr. Ramon Yañez, Department de Química, UAB
- Secretary: Dr. Elena Bartolome, Escola Salesiana Universitaria de Sarria, Barcelona
- Vocal: Dr. Jesus Ricote, ICMM-CSIC