The UAB will host a workshop on the progress of SINCRO, a project to develop an optical sensor to control the quality of the water supplied. The Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona (IMB-CNM, CSIC) participates in the consortium that promotes this project funded by the Ministry of Economy.
The management of the ATLAS experiment, one of two general-purpose detectors at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, visited the Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona (IMB-CNM-CSIC) and the Institut de Física d'Altes Energies (IFAE) and participated in a two-day meeting with the researchers and students of both institutes.
More than 1 million euros granted in the Generation of Knowledge projects for research in detectors, neural interfaces and quantum technologies
Seven projects awarded to the IMB-CNM in the latest national call Generation of Knowledge of the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation begin today, obtaining almost 1.5 million euros to investigate high-energy physics, neurotechnology and quantum technologies.
Cecilia Jiménez, researcher at the IMB-CNM, and David Rodríguez, from the Institute of Physics of Cantabria (IFCA-CSIC-UC) are the coordinators of the new PTI+ Science and Digital Innovation launched by the CSIC and presented today at the central headquarters in Madrid.
The IMB-CNM, through the researcher Cecilia Jiménez, initiates the European project HYDROSENS for the development of hydrogen detection sensors with new functional materials. The initiative is financed by M-ERA.NET, a European financing network to support technological innovations aimed at the objectives of the EU Green Deal.
A European project, comprising 45 partners from academic and industrial backgrounds, to provide state-of-the-art to research infrastructures in particle physics, such as the CERN. The Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona is one of the partners, in a long-standing collaboration with CERN.
The IMB-CNM and the UPC team have recently renewed an agreement through which the IMB-CNM offers its support to the team and its installations for specific tasks.
The CSIC collaborates in the first European platform for open access to unique research infrastructures in nanoscience
NFFA-Europe began in 2015 as a project funded by Horizon 2020 and is now materializing as a pilot platform for free and open access to large nanoscience research infrastructures with 22 European collaborators. The platform has just published a memorandum of understanding to explore the future sustainability of the initiative. The IMB-CNM-CSIC, the ICMAB-CSIC and the ICMM-CSIC are the CSIC centers that make up the consortium.