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2016

Review meeting

Next nanoTHERM project meeting, organized by ICREA Prof. Dr. Clivia M. Sotomayor Torres, will be held in Barcelona next October 13th and 14th, 2016. The consortium will present the last achievements to the Scientific Advisory Board.

Barcelona

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2015

In 2015 two project meetings and one workshop took place:

  • Rehearsal meeting & Workshop with the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB): Valencia, 27 April 2015.
  • nanoTHERM internal review meeting: Valencia, 28 April 2015
  • nanoTHERM internal review meeting: Barcelona, 30 October 2015

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Prizes

UPC/UAB
Finalista de la fase Ideas en la cuarta convocatoria del Fondo de Emprendedores de REPSOL con el trabajo: SiTerm: “microsensores termoeléctricos para la detección de fugas”.
Septiembre 2015.

ICN2
Ph. D. Student S. Bhansali was honoured with the “Graduate Student Award” at EMRS 2015
Conference (Young scientist award) for the work on SrTiO3 thin films for thermoelectric applications.

2014

nanoTHERM IMM group leader Dr Marisol Martín organizer of ECT Madrid 2014

The European Thermoelectric Society (ETS) promotes the European Conferences in Thermoelectrics (ECT) as annual meetings among the scientist and enterprises involved in Thermoelectrics (TE). ECT 2014 wants to continue with the tradition of joining both the academic and industrial latest results to push forward the knowledge in TE materials, applications, designs, and tests. The attendees are welcome to Madrid in September 2014 to highlight the fundamentals of thermoelectricity, discuss devices processing, new thermoelectric materials, and applications from macro- to nano-scale.

More information.

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Welcome

nanoTHERM – tailoring electronic and phononic properties of nanomaterials: towards ideal thermoelectricity is a CONSOLIDER-Ingenio 2010 research program that runs from 2010 to 2015. It aims at producing a considerable breakthrough in the understanding of the fundamental physics underlying thermoelectricity to produce next-generation thermoelectric materials and devices.