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Nanotechnology Activities Survey in Spain

Name of the Laboratory nanomagnetism lab
Department nanomagnetism lab
Institution

IMDEA nanoscience

Institution (Acronym)
Contact Person (e-mail) CAMARERO, Julio
Address Faraday, 9. Ciudad Universitaria de Cantoblanco
Postal code 28049
Province Madrid
Autonomous Region Madrid
Country Spain
Phone +342998870
Fax +34
Website http://www.nanoscience.imdea.org/research/research-lines/nanomagnetism
Main Research Areas

* nanomagnetism
* spintronic
* biomedical applications
* permanent magnets


Participating Projects

* NANOFRONTMAG-CM, Nuevas fronteras del nanomagnetismo fundamental y aplicado
Coordinator: Rodolfo Miranda: Comunidad de Madrid

* Morgaspin, Towards Multifunctional organic-based Spintronics - http://www.nanoscience.imdea.org/morgaspin
Coordinator: Julio Camarero: MICINN

* NANOPYME nanocrystalline permanent magnets based on hybrid metal-ferrites - http://nanopyme-project.eu/
Coordinator: Alberto Bollero: FP7-EU


Three more relevant publications within 2012-2015

*   David Cabrera, Julio Camarero, Daniel Ortega, Francisco J. Teran - J Nanopart Res (2015), 17,121-126.

*   Perna, P., Maccariello, D., Rodrigo, C., Cuñado, J. L. F., Muñoz, M., Prieto, J. L., Niño, M. A., Bollero, A., Camarero, J. & Miranda - Appl. Phys. Lett. 104 , 202407 (2014)

*   Niño, M. Á., Kowalik, I. A., Luque, F. J., Arvanitis, D., Miranda, R. & de Miguel, - Advanced materials (2014). 26 (44), 7474--9.


Instruments and equipment available

* Vectorial kerr magnetometry (also imaging)
* Multi-porpuse UHV growth/spectroscopy Lab (MBE & sputtering)
* Vectorial-VSM
* Synthesis and processing of magnetic powders and bulk magnets (High-energy ball milling devices)


Number of researchers (16)
Permanent positions (Prof, Dr) 3
PhD(contracted) 5
PhD Students 4
Technicians 1
Others 0
PhD 2012-2015 2
PhD Ramon y Cajal (currently) 1

Nanotechnology for structural applications
Nano powered ceramics
Composite materials containing nanocrystals or powders
Materials based on carbon nanotubes or fullerenes
Nanoparticulate coatings
Other - specify:
NanoTechnology for information processing storage and transmission
Nanoelectronics, materials and devices
Optoelectronics/optical materials and devices
Magnetic materials and devices
Organic (opto) electronics
Other - specify:
Nano(bio)technology for medical applications
Drug encapsulation
Targeted drug delivery, molecular recognition
Other - specify:
Nanotechnology for sensor applications
Nanostructured sensors
Sensors based on biological molecules
Other - specify:
Nanotechnology for (electro)chemical processing technologies
Filtration
Catalysts or electrodes with nano-structured surface
Other - specify:
Long-term research with generic applications
Self- assembly
Quantum physics, mesoscopic systems, chemical
Interfacing to organic / biological molecules
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Instruments and equipment, supporting sciences and technologies
Analytical equipment and techniques
Powder production and processing
Deposition equipment and techniques
Patterning equipment and techniques
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