The NanoMatMicro laboratory is integrated into the Institute of Materials Science of Seville, a joint centre of the Spanish Research Council CSIC and the University of Seville.
The laboratory develops its research within the CSIC scientific area A6: Science and Technology of Materials.
Main scientific objectives of the laboratory are:
- Development of sputtering technology for manufacturing supported nanostructures. Mainly coatings with controlled porosity, catalytic coatings and nanocomposite structures. Thin-Film and coatings Technology.
- Development of materials, catalysts and photocatalysts for hydrogen storage, hydrogen production and catalytic combustion of Hydrogen. Hydrogen Technology.
- Microstructural and chemical charaterization of materials. Mainly using advanced electron microscopy facilities, in conjuction with other techniques such as XPS spectroscopy or X-Ray diffraction. Nanoscopies and Spectroscopies.
Jesús G. Ovejero, Vanda Godinho, Bertrand Lacroix, Miguel A. García, Antonio Hernando, Asunción Fernández
B. Lacroix, V. Godinho, A. Fernández
M. Paladini, G.M. Arzac, V. Godinho, D. Hufschmidt, M.C. Jiménez de Haro, A.M. Beltrán, A. Fernández
G.M. Arzac, O. Montes, A. Fernández
Vanda Godinho, Francisco Javier Ferrer, Begoña Fernández, Jaime Caballero-Hernández, Joaquin Gómez-Camacho and Asunción Fernández
ACS Omega, 2016, 1 (6), pp 1229–1238 - OPEN ACCESS
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