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Entre las instituciones, el CSIC es la más representada con más de 6400 perfiles. Entre los centros que forman parte del organismo, destacan el Instituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO-CSIC), el Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN-CSIC), el Centro Nacional de Biotecnología (CNB-CSIC) o el Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC). Le siguen las Universidades Complutense de Madrid con 5973 perfiles, Granada con 4563, Sevilla con 4141 y Barcelona con casi 4.000 perfiles. Entre las instituciones privadas destaca la Universidad de Navarra con más de 1.000 investigadores registrados.
S’han donat a conèixer els projectes de recerca finançats per la Fundació de la Marató de TV3 amb els fons recollits en l’edició de l’any 2022 centrada en les malalties cardiovasculars.
El Ple del Parlament ha aprovat avui la designació en representació de la cambra catalana de set nous membres del Consell per a la Recerca i la Innovació de Catalunya (CORICAT), l’òrgan consultiu del Govern per prendre les grans decisions estratègiques de país en aquests àmbits. Aquests nomenaments s’afegeixen als set membres designats per part del Govern el passat mes de juliol i permeten seguir donant compliment al calendari previst de desplegament de la Llei de la ciència de Catalunya (LCC), aprovada per ampli consens parlamentari el desembre de 2022.
Lluís Casabona, member of the EMOLMAT group, is the winner of the SOCIEMAT prize for his work carried out in colaboration with Nanopto ICMAB group: “Organic field-effect transistors for near-infrared light detection”.
Lluís Casabona is one of the three finalists of the SOCIEMAT prize for his work carried out in colaboration with Nanopto ICMAB group: “Organic field-effect transistors for near-infrared light detection”.
The International Cryogenic Materials Conference (ICMC) will present at the 2023 Conference the Cryogenic Materials Award for Lifetime Achievements 2023 to“recognize a lifetime’s achievement in advancing the knowledge of cryogenic materials” to Xavier Obradors (ICMAB-CSIC and RACAB, Spain) and David Evans (Rutherford Appleton Lab and Advanced Cryogenic Materials Ltd., UK).
Dean Kos arrived at ICMAB this last May 2023 and is working on a MSCA PF project in the eMolMat group with Marta Mas-Torrent. He is also a photograph lover and winner of our FOTICMAB 2023 contest in two categories.
The award is given by the Specialized Group of Crystallography (CE3C) of the Royal Spanish Societies of Physics and Chemistry (RSEF and RSEQ) and aims to honour people who have shown exceptional dedication to the promotion of crystallography and, in particular, of the GE3C.
EmErgEnt Award from the Efficient Energy Cluster in Catalunya (Clúster de l’Energia Eficient de Catalunya, CEEC) in the "Llavor" category for a patented instrument at ICMAB to optimize photovoltaic cells.
Marta Alcaina and Albert Rosado, PhD researchers at ICMAB, have won two of the three awards given at the UAB XII Doctoral Workshop in Chemistry.
Soledad Roig Sánchez defended her PhD on "Novel bacterial cellulose materials" in 2021, supervised by Anna Roig and Anna Laromaine from the NN group.
Xavier Obradors leaves the Direction of ICMAB after 14 years. The new appointed Deputy Directors are Lourdes Fábrega and Martí Gich.
Gabriele De Luca has been granted with a Ramón y Cajal grant from the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.
ICMAB researcher Leonardo Scarabelli has been awarded with a Leonardo Grant for a project on new generation plasmonic photocatalysts.
This year marks the 40th edition of an award that has the purpose to distinguish a person from the Bages culture for the dissemination work within a particular artistic and cultural sphere.
"Moltes gràcies a tots i desitjo un magnífic futur a l’impuls incansable de les iniciatives d’Òmnium Cultural, de la ciutat de Manresa, de la comarca del Bages i de tota la Catalunya interior" - Xavier Obradors.
Manuel Bibes did part of his PhD at ICMAB with Josep Fontcuberta and is still a great collaborator of many of our researchers. Congratulations!
The General Assembly of the Barraquer Institute has named the Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites (NN) Group, led by Anna Roig, "Collaborator of the year".
Being a Unit of Scientific Culture and Innovation (UCC+i) allows us to be part of the Spanish UCC+i network. We are the second CSIC center in Catalunya belonging to this network.
María Pilar López Sancho, researcher at the Institute of Materials Science of Madrid, received the award from the European Physical Society.
The SCF and RSEQ award is in recognition of her research career in the field of Li-ion and Na-ion batteries.
The award comes from the Societat Catalana de Química (SCQ) for her excellent scientific career in the area of chemistry.
An international team of scientists have been named the winner of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Materials Chemistry Division Horizon Prize, celebrating the most exciting chemical science taking place today.
Diari de Terrassa awards Teresa Puig, ICMAB researcher from Terrassa, in its first edition.
One of NANBIOSIS' units (U6) is at ICMAB and is devoted to "Biomaterials processing and Nanostructuring Unit",with Scientific Director ICMAB researcher Nora Ventosa.
Marta Mas-Torrent, Nora Ventosa and Mariano Campoy-Quiles are the latest ICMAB Researchers to access this position.
“I am honored to take the responsibility of continuing the endeavor to promote a dynamic SNF” says ICMAB Director.
The aim of the quality certification obtained is to ensure the quality of the service provided and to continue with its improvement and extension to future services.
The Scientific and Technical Service for the characterization of nano and biomaterials, the Soft Lab, run by the Nanomol Research Unit of the Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB, CSIC), and which is part of Unit 6 of the ICTS Nanbiosis, and CIBER-BBN, aims to offer characterization services of micro- and nanostructured soft molecular materials to the entire scientific community that requires them.
The "XII Trobada de Joves Investigadors dels Països Catalans" of the Societat Catalana de Química, SCQ (Catalan Chemical Society) took place in Girona on 24-26 January 2022.
The IVA gave Kasper Moth-Poulsen this distinction at the end of 2021.
This honor is given by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona to remarkable PhDs.
The two members of the NANOMOL Group received their recognitions in Lyon, France.
ICMAB is number one of the entire CSIC in securing funding from the H2020 European Research and Innovation Framework Programme. It represents 8 % of the total CSIC H2020 funding and 49 % of the Materials Area. In total, 4 CSIC Institutes in Catalunya are among the top 6.
ICMAB Researcher Eduardo Pérez del Río, from the Molecular Nanoscience and Organic Materials (NANOMOL) Group, has been awarded for one of the 4 best publications by young researchers of 2020, according to CIBER-BBN, an association of 45 research groups of excellence in the fields of bioengineering, biomatrials and biomedicine.
“The ERC project PHOTHERM seeks to fundamentally change how we generate heating and cooling by developing a new class of materials that capture, store, and release both solar and ambient heat.”
The ICMAB Deputy Director and Researcher, M. Rosa Palacín, receives this award for her significant contributions to battery research. The award comes in the context of the 2021 International Battery Association (IBA) Annual Meeting which will be celebrated on 24-29 October 2021 in Xiamen, China, an event that will bring together experts in the fields of electrochemistry, materials chemistry and energy chemistry, mathematical science and other battery related fields.
ICMAB Researcher M. Rosa Palacín, from the Solid State Chemistry (SSC) Group receives the IBA Research Award for her outstanding contributions and advances in electrochemical energy conversion and storage research.