Póngame una lechuga, un sofá y dos paneles solares, por favor por Mariano Campoy Ahora que Ikea empieza a vender paneles solares en Reino Unido, el autor pide a “Carrefoures, Corte Ingleses y a todas las grandes superficies” que se apunten al carro de suministrar sistemas fotovoltaicos para autoconsumo
Researchers at ICMAB-CSIC in collaboration with IMDEA Nanociencia have developed a new device for the continuous and accurate detection of the position of an incident light beam, with potential to sense longer displacements and/or fabricate sensors with large dimensions. This photodetector is based on laterally nanostructured organic semiconductors that have many attractive features characteristic of plastic materials such as low cost, flexibility and light weight. These devices typically fulfill all specifications for practical application that means high efficiency, wide dynamic range and long average life time. Moreover, they are easy to process.
The “Extraordinary Award of the PhD in Physics” from the Autonomous University of Barcelona for the period 2008/2009 was granted to Dr. Juan S. Reparaz. He performed and defended his PhD thesis entitled “Optical Properties of Low-Dimensional Semiconductor Nanostructures under High Pressure ” at the “Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC)” under the supervision of Prof. Alejandro R. Goñi and Dr. M. I. Alonso. After concluding his PhD thesis he moved as a Post-doctoral Researcher to the “Berlin Technical University (Germany)” into the group led by Prof. Axel Hoffmann and Prof. Christian Thomsen for a period of two years. Presently, he returned to the ICMAB-CSIC where he works within the Department of Nanostructured Materials.
The kick-off meeting of the nanoTHERM CONSOLIDER-INGENIO 2010 project was held in Bellaterra, 10th and 11th of February 2011.