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Projects at a glance

MARINA - Marine Knowledge Sharing Platform for Federating Responsible Research and Innovation Communities

The objective of the MARINA project is to accomplish the resolution of marine related issues and problems following the responsible research and innovation principle, creating an all-inclusive Knowledge Sharing Platform, together with federating activities such as Mobilisation and Mutual Lerning workshops and exhibitions. The expected outcome of the Work Programme is a clear improvement of the integration of society in science and innovation.

Graphene Core1 - Graphene-based disruptive tecnologies

This project is the second in the series of EC-financed parts of the Graphene Flagship. The Graphene Flagship is a 10 year research and innovation endeavour with a total project cost of 1,000,000,000 euros, funded jointly by the European Commission and member states and associated countries.

SYNTOH - Synthetic Optical Holography

Synthetic Optical Holography, has paved the way for phase imaging in a variety of wide-field techniques such as optical microscopy. In scanning optical microscopy, however, the serial fashion of image acquisition seems to challenge a direct implementation of traditional holography.

Control de Intercapas para la realización de fenómenos físicos avanzados y dispositivos electrónicos

El proyecto INTERFACING estudia cómo las interfaces entre materiales muy diversos, tal y como un metal y una capa molecular, pueden tener propiedades electrónicas emergentes que no corresponden a ninguno de sus materiales de partida y cómo emplear dichas propiedades en dispositivos con aplicaciones en las tecnologías de la información y comunicaciones.

ARTE- Atomic Research for Topological Engineering

The objectives of ARTE (Project ID: 654469) are two. The topological quantum computation (TQC) deals with the transformations related to the overall shape (“topology”) of a quantum trajectory to perform operations on data and go beyond the limitations of quantum computation. It is a revolutionary technique because it will allow quantum operations to be error free and robust while taking advantage of the radically new approaches of quantum computation, which means smaller systems, less energy dissipation, and faster processing.

InfeMec- Nanomechanics of proteins involved in viral and bacterial infections

We will use bioinformatics and high-throughout screening techniques to identify molecules that alter the nanomecanichs of anchoring proteins and that can potentially be used to prevent infections.

MAGNETOP - Probing the effect of Time Reversal Symmetry breaking by the application of a local magnetic field in topological insulators

The Magnetop project aims at providing a complete (local and non-local) picture of the electronic-transport and electronic-structure characteristics of topological insulators as well as to provide means to manipulate and confine their exotic topological states.

ANTOMIC - Quantum nanoantennas for atomic-scale optical spectroscopy

The ANTOMIC project (Quantum nanoantennas for atomic-scale optical spectroscopy) studies the quantum limits of light emission and scattering by metallic and molecular nanowires of nanometer sizes. We will identify their plasmon resonances and correlate them with their quantized electronic structure.

ElectronStopping - Electronic stopping power from first principles

The Electronstopping project is focused on the creation of a flexible and general method that will make possible to accurately calculate and analyze the electronic stopping power in a large variety of materials.

SPINOGRAPH - Spintronics in Graphene

SPINOGRAPH is a Marie-Curie Initial-Training Network on "Spintronics in Graphene", bringing together 7 academic and 2 industrial partners to train 15 young researchers doing top-class research projects. Spintronics stands for electronics based on the electron-spin degree of freedom. The huge success of spintronics in metals, which started from the pioneering discovery of Giant Magnetoresistance (GMR), has revolutionized the magnetoelectronics industry. Exploration of spin effects in other types of materials is leading to an array of fascinating physical phenomena and holds the promise of future breakthroughs. The discovery of graphene, the first truly two-dimensional crystal, together with the remarkable progress in the fabrication of graphene devices, have naturally led to the exploration of hybrid graphene/ferromagnetic devices to explore spintronics in graphene.