español | english            

                       
   HOMECOMMITTEESMISSIONMEMBERSWORKING GROUPSREGISTERNEWSJOBSCONFERENCESDOCSUSEFUL LINKSASSOCIATED EVENTS   
Home
Print
Add favorites
Contact
 
  Last Updated: November 27, 2015 
Nanotechnology Activities Survey in Spain

Name of the Laboratory Laboratorio de Magnetismo
Department CITIMAC
Institution

Universidad de Cantabria

Institution (Acronym) UNICAN
Contact Person (e-mail) FERNANDEZ BARQUIN, Luis
Address Facultad de Ciencias
Postal code 39005 Santander
Province Santander
Autonomous Region Cantabria
Country Spain
Phone +34 942201405
Fax +34 942201402
Website http://www.citimac.unican.es/
Main Research Areas

* Nanoparticles of amorphous alloys, GMR alloys, Nanomagnetism
* Tools in Large Facilities (Neutrons, Synchrotron, Muons) for nanometric systems
* Nanoparticles of Fe-oxides for biomedicine
* Rare-Earth alloys nanoparticles


Participating Projects

* INTERACCIONES MAGNETICAS Y FENOMENOS DE INTERCARA EN MATERIALES NANOESTRUCTURADOS (coordinado)
Coordinator: L. Fernández Barquín (coordinado): MINECO

* Nanometrology Standardization Methods for Magnetic Nanoparticles - http://www.nanomag-project.eu/
Coordinator: L. Fernández Barquín (en UC): FP7 UE

* Nanopartículas magnéticas noconvencionales para aplicaciones biomédicas
Coordinator: M. L. Fdez-Gubieda, A. García Arribas, L. Fernández Barquín: MINECO


Three more relevant publications within 2012-2015

* 'Magnetic phase diagram of superantiferromagnetic TbCu2 nanoparticles'
  C Echevarria-Bonet, D P Rojas, J I Espeso, J Rodríguez Fernández, M de la Fuente Rodríguez, L Fernández Barquín1, L Rodríguez Fernández, P Gorria, J A - J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 27 (2015) 496002 (15pp)

* 'Scrutinizing the role of size reduction on the exchange bias and dynamic magnetic behavior in NiO nanoparticles'
  N Rinaldi-Montes, P Gorria, D Martínez-Blanco, A B Fuertes, L Fernández Barquín, I Puente-Orench and J A Blanco - Nanotechnology 26 (2015) 305705 (14pp)

* 'Size-induced superantiferromagnetism with reentrant spin-glass behavior in metallic nanoparticles of TbCu2'
  C. Echevarria-Bonet, D. P. Rojas, J. I. Espeso, J. Rodríguez Fernández, L. Rodríguez Fernández, P. Gorria, J. A. Blanco, M. L. Fdez-Gubieda, E. Bauer, - PHYSICAL REVIEW B 87, 180407(R) (2013).


Instruments and equipment available

* SQUID
* PPMS-He3
* DRX
* TEM


Number of researchers (12)
Permanent positions (Prof, Dr) 3
PhD(contracted) 3
PhD Students 2
Technicians 2
Others 0
PhD 2012-2015 2
PhD Ramon y Cajal (currently) 0

Participation in other Networks

NANOLITO


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
Other - specify:
Instruments and equipment, supporting sciences and technologies
Analytical equipment and techniques
Powder production and processing
Deposition equipment and techniques
Patterning equipment and techniques
Other - specify:


 
 ©  P h a n t o m s  F o u n d a t i o n  2 0 1 7