MAD2D Propiedades fundamentales y aplicaciones del grafeno y otros materiales bidimensionales
Prof. Enrico Gnecco, Prof. Francisco Guinea, Prof. Daniel Granados, Prof. Reinhold Wannemacher
Programas de Actividades de I+ D entre grupos de investigación de la Comunidad de Madrid. Convocatoria TECNOLOGÍAS 2013. S2013/MIT-3007
Duration: 2014 - 2018
MAD2D is a research project framed in the R&D activities program of the Community of Madrid, cofinanced by the European Social Fund, whose development takes place between 2014 and 2018.
The properties of graphene and other bidimensional materials, with on the development of devices and the storage and generation of energy.
The objectives are: i) Fundamental properties of graphene and other bidimensional compounds, ii) Synthesis and growth methods, iii) Functionalization, and iv) Energy storage and generation processes.
The proposal is to be carried out by a team from five public institutions, CSIC, IMDEA Nanociencia, IMDEA Materiales, IMDEA Energía and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, as well as research laboratories of the companies AIRBUS, REPSOL, BRUKER, Nanoinnova, Albufera and Airnova. The background of the teams involved range from basic research to applied development.
It is expected that the proposal will lead to advances in the understanding of the properties of graphene and other two dimensional compounds, and to developments of industrial interest in the design of sensors and in energy related applications.http://nanociencia.imdea.org/images/nanociencia/scientific_reports/Scientific-Report-2014.pdf#page=117