Dr. Ziliang Li defended his PhD thesis on "Growth and characterization of nanocomposite YBa2Cu3O7-δ – BaMO3 (M = Zr, Hf) thin films from colloidal solutions" on Thursday, 19 July 2018 at 12 pm. Congratulations Ziliang!!
Dr. Laura López-Mir defended her PhD thesis on "Transport phenomena and magnetism in nanostructures of lanthanum manganite-based oxide thin films" on Friday, 2 March 2018 (11:00 am at the C3b/-110 Auditori, Centre de Recerca Matemàtica UAB (CRM-UAB)). Congratulations, Laura!
Ines Bennour defended her PhD thesis entitled "Synthesis of new polybranches carborane macromolecules aiming to medicine and biomaterials applications" on Saturday, November 25, 2017, at the Science Faculty at University of Sfax (Tunisia), obtaining the highest qualification.
Antonio Ardizzone presented his PhD Thesis on New Fluorescent Nanovesicles, by Self-assembly of Organic Fluorophores, Sterols and Surfactants, as Probes for Bioimaging on Friday 28 April at ICMAB.
"Synthesis of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles for Superconducting Nanocomposites and Other Applications"
Congratulation to Lidia Ferrer for obtaining her PhD with a Thesis entitled "Cholesterol and Compressed CO2: a Smart Molecular Building Block and Advantageous Solvent to Prepare Stable Self-assembled Colloidal Nanostructures
Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Padilla Pantoja on obtaining her doctorate on February 4th after reading her thesis "Spin-lattice coupling in strongly correlated cobalt oxides Characterized by synchrotron and neutron techniques" under the direction of professor Jose Luis Garcia Muñoz. After obtaining a score of Excellent the new Doctor was praised by her peers and the choir of the center sang in her honor.
Dr. Wenjie Qian defended her PhD thesis on "Preparation and processing of molecular materials with optoelectronic properties" on Tuesday, 17 July 2018 at 11 am. Congratulations Wenjie!
The PhD Researcher Maria Serena Maglione from the NANOMOL group defended her PhD thesis on "Preparation of electroactive self-assembled monolayers for the fabrication of advanced electronic devices" on Friday, 27 April. Her friends and family joined her during the defense of her thesis, which was evaluated by Fabio Biscarini (Universitá di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Arántzazu González (ICMAB) and Emilio Pérez (IMDEA Nanociencia). The thesis supervisors were Marta Mas-Torrent and Concepció Rovira.
Dr. Ana Pérez defended her PhD Thesis entitled "Nanoscale interpretation of performances in organic solar cells and field effect transistors" on Monday 16 April at 11 am at ICMAB and obtained the highest mark! Congratulations!
Dr. Blai Casals Montserrat has defended his PhD thesis, entitled "Magneto-optical spectroscopy and domain imaging of functional oxides" on Friday, September 15th, at 11 am. The ICMAB Sala d'actes Carles Miravitlles was not big enough to fit all the people, including ICMAB colleagues, friends and family, who attented the PhD defense!
Nico Dix presented his PhD Thesis on Preparation and characterization of biferroic nanostructures with magneto-electric coupling on Thursday 27 April at ICMAB.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL NANOSTRUCTURED SUPERCONDUCTORS BY CHEMICAL ROUTES: TOWARDS HIGH CURRENT CONDUCTORS
Pablo Cayado Llosa
Today we pay homage to a new doctor in our center. She is Doctor Anna Esther Carrillo Fernández and obtained her new Ph.D on February 8 after the lecture of “Mecanismos de crecimiento y desarrollo microestructural de cerámicas superconductoras texturadas”.
We congratulate Anna May for obtaining the Extraordinary Ph.D Award for her thesis entitled “Insights into nanomaterials: from surfactant systems to meso/macroporous materials and nanoparticles“, carried out at the Chemical Engineering Department of the Universitat de Barcelona (UB), and supervised by José María Gutiérrez and Montserrat Porras.
La Junta Directiva del Grupo Especializado de Resonancia Magnética Nuclear (GERMN) ha premiado como una de las Mejores Tesis Doctorales de RMN y sus Aplicaciones 2015 la tesis del doctorado CiQUS Luiz F. Pinto titulada «Estudios de Relajación por RMN: Dinámica de Dendrímeros, Interacciones Intermoleculares, Supresión Selectiva de Señales y Incremento de Sensibilidad»