by Júlia Jareño Cerulla, SUMAN group, ICMAB
Date: Friday, 5 June 2020
Time: 11 am
Venue: ICMAB - Meeting Room (VIDEOCONFERENCE). Join the ZOOM PhD Thesis Defense here (Meeting ID: 940 6082 2958)
Abstract: High temperature superconducting materials have unique properties which have been under investigation for many years. As such, there is a big international effort on optimizing performances and developing growth methodologies compatible with big-scale production at low cost. In this context, the results presented in this thesis are an important step forward, reporting for the first time the possibility to use the increased superconducting properties of nanocomposite technology together with a low-cost and high throughput liquid-based methodology based on chemical solution deposition.