About Us

The Nanostructured Materials for Optoelectronics and Energy Harvesting (NANOPTO) research group focuses on producing and characterizing advanced semiconducting structures with the main objective of understanding their fundamental behavior in order to tailor and improve their functionalities and empower different applications in the areas of optoelectronics, energy-related, and sensing devices.

 

Our group is divided into 4 different Research Lines:

 

Business developer and marketing specialist position for European Project on time-temperature indicators for pharmaceuticals

The candidate will work on the project The cold-chain challenge: à la carte Time-temperature indicators enabled by patterned structural colour in organic semiconductors (VERITASCAN) within the framework of the EU ERC Proof of Concept 2022 grants. The ambition of VERITASCAN is to advance a novel class of time-temperature indicators characterized by low cost, broad application-centred […]

Postdoctoral Researcher Position on time-temperature indicators based on patterned structural colour in organic semiconductors

The candidate will work on the project The cold-chain challenge: à la carte Time-temperature indicators enabled by patterned structural colour in organic semiconductors (VERITASCAN) within the framework of the EU ERC Proof of Concept 2022 grants. The ambition of VERITASCAN is to advance a novel class of time-temperature indicators characterized by low cost, broad application-centred […]

Three open PhD positions on Organic Photovolatics

Three PhD Positions on Organic Photovoltaics at the Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona The candidates will work on projects related to organic photovoltaics (OPV) at the Nanostructured Materials for Optoelectronics and Energy Harvesting (NANOPTO) Department of the Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC).

New technology to measure thermal conductivity

Dr. Juan Sebastián Reparaz is the lead of the new #techtransfer video of ICMAB.