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Investigadores del INAM en el Centro Nacional del Hidrogeno

Jose Mata en el Centro Nacional del Hidrógeno

El Centro Nacional de Experimentación de Tecnologías de Hidrógeno y Pilas de Combustible (CNH2) es un Centro de Investigación orientado a impulsar la investigación científica y tecnológica en todos los aspectos relativos a las tecnologías del hidrógeno y pilas de combustible, al servicio de toda la comunidad científica, tecnológica y empresarial, a nivel nacional e internacional. http://www.cnh2.es/

INAM organised the Research Workshop for Young Researchers EMTECH III in Sevilla

INAM organized the Research Workshop for Young Researchers “Fundamental Processes in Perovskite and Thin Film Solar Cells” (EMTECH III) Sevilla, on the 2nd and 3rd of October 2017.
This workshop was developed within the framework of the Excellence Network project "Red de Tecnologías Fotovoltaicas Emergentes" financed by MINECO

Organometallic Chemistry day-September 22nd

An Organometallic Chemistry day was celebrated last Friday Sept. 22nd in the University of Alcalá. The event brought 130 researchers in the field together. Besides the invited Speakers (Prof. Karsten Meyer- Univ. Erlangen, Prof. Philip Mountford-Univ Oxtord, and Prof. Carmen Nájera-Univ. Alicante), the particpiants enjoied the talks from former GEQO-awardees: Antonio Laguna (Univ. Zaragoza), Salvador Conejero (CSIC-Univ de Sevilla) and Pablo García Álvarez (Univ. Oviedo). After the scientific meeting, the 2017-GEQO awards were delivered.

INAM researchers at nanoGe September Meeting in Barcelona

INAM researchers at #Sept17nanoGe in Barcelona. INAM researchers at nanoGe September Meeting

A group of INAM researchers attends this week the nanoGe September Meeting in Barcelona. This is a multisymposium international on INAM research topics as photovoltaics, perovskites, solar fuel converters, quantum dotas, catalysis and 2D materials. Several senior researchers presented oral talks. Ivan Mora-Sero, Sixto Gimenez, Antonio Guerrero and Juan Bisquert.

Objectiu: obtenir panells de perovskita híbrida més eficients

Fotografia d'una capa de perovskita híbrida amb pocs defectes químics.

Dos científics de l’INAM han participat en un important avanç pel que fa al funcionament i eficiència dels materials híbrids de perovskita, utilitzats en panells solars d’última generació. Les perovskites híbrides són una família de materials que alberga un gran potencial per a les tecnologies fotovoltaiques, ja que el seu cost és reduït i la seua eficiència a l’hora de generar energia elèctrica no té precedents: en només cinc anys, el seu rendiment ha superat els rècords marcats per tecnologies consolidades com són les basades en silici monocristal·lí, policristal·lí i amorf.

Light-to-light impedance for perovskite solar cells by Ansari-Rad and Bisquert

Mehdi Ansari-Rad and Juan Bisquert

Physics research groups at the institute of Avdanced Materials are well known at the international level by the application of Impedance Spectroscopy method to solar cells over the last 15 years. Impedance Spectroscopy (IS) is based on a time-modulated measurement of electrical current vs. electrical voltage. Now a new idea has emerged, in the framework of long-standing cooperation between Iranian theorist Mehdi Ansari-Rad and INAM director, Juan Bisquert.

INAM participates in the European Project A-LEAF, granted with 8 million Euros

European Commission, with about 8 million euros. A-LEAF consortium at the Kick.off meeting

The A-LEAF project aims to design, build and validate a photoelectrochemical device capable of transforming CO2 into added value products in a sustainable and cost-effective way to be transferred to the European industry. The basic idea is to reproduce the process of plant photosynthesis to obtain clean fuels using as raw materials sunlight, water and CO2. In this way, the research will contribute to the transition from the current energy model, based on fossil fuels, to a sustainable and environmentally friendly model based on solar energy.

Invited talk of Beatriz Julian at NANOAPP 2017

Invited talk of Beatriz Julian at NANOAPP 2017

Dr Beatriz Julián participated in the 3rd International Conference NANOAPP 2017 organized in Hotel Golf, Bled, Slovenia from 14th to 18th June.
NANOAPP 2017 gathered world-renowned scientists in Nanomaterials and was focused on the synthesis and applications of novel nanomaterials for energy, environment, medicine, biotechnology, sensors and textiles. Great emphasis was placed on hybrid materials, which have already demonstrated good promise in addressing and offering solutions in each of these priority areas.

La Dra. Macarena Poyatos (INAM) destacada en la revista TALENTO, del ayuntamiento de Castellón

Macarena Poyatos junto a la Alcaldesa de Castellón, Amparo Marcos.

La revista TALENTO, editada por el ayuntamiento de Castellón, ha seleccionado una lista de nombres de castellonenses que 'triunfan aquí, y más allá de nuestras fronteras.' En el ámbito de las ciencias, destaca Macarena Poyatos, investigadora química del INAM.
'Durante años hemos centrado nuestro interés en la preparación de catalizadores homogéneos. Un catalizador homogéneo es un compuesto metálico que es capaz de aumentar la velocidad de una reacción química.

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