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Over 650 graphene stars meet in San Sebastian

Graphene Week 2018
10/09/2018

The international Graphene Week 2018 congress kicked off today at the Kursaal Conference Centre in Donostia-San Sebastian; its local organiser is the CIC nanoGUNE research centre. This congress is the main conference of the Graphene Flagship, one of the biggest European research projects in history with over 150 members and funding to the tune of 1,000 million euros.

Nano-imaging of intersubband transitions in few-layer 2D materials

06/09/2018

nanoGUNE participates in a collaboration led by ICFO (further including the Institut Lumière Matière - CNRS, Technical University of Denmark, Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, and the National Graphene Institute), which reports on the first observation of intersubband transitions in 2D materials via scattering scanning near-field optical microscopy. The results published in Nature Nanotechnology pave the way towards an unexplored field in this new class of materials and offer a first glimpse of the physics and technology enabled by intersubband transitions in 2D materials.

“Me permite tener un pie en la ciencia, sabiendo que lo que hacemos es aplicable”

13/06/2018

Entrevista a Bentejuí Medina, investigador pre-doctoral de CIC nanoGUNE y la Universidad de Mondragón en la revista MU Universitas.

Apply for a Basque PhD grant with nanoGUNE

31/05/2018

NanoGUNE, located at the Ibaeta Campus of the UPV/EHU in Donostia – San Sebastián, offers PhD opportunities to graduates in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Biology, and related areas to get their PhD degree.

Phononic SEIRA - Enhancing light-molecule interactions via crystal lattice vibrations

03/04/2018

Researchers from CIC-nanoGUNE (San Sebastián, Spain), in collaboration with the Donostia International Physics Center (San Sebastián, Spain), Materials Physics Center (CFM, CSIC-UPV/EHU, San Sebastián, Spain) and University of Oviedo demonstrate a new way to strongly couple infrared light and molecular vibrations, by utilizing phonon polariton nanoresonators made of hexagonal boron nitride, a Van der Waals material. The results published in Light: Science & Applications open new avenues for fundamental studies of vibrational strong coupling, as well as for the development of novel infrared sensors for chemical recognition of very small amounts of molecules.

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