CIC microGUNE takes part in the European project NAPES (Next Generation Analytical Platforms for Environmental Sensing). The aim is to develop cheap and efficient microfluidic systems based on intelligent materials to control the quality of water. The project will come to an end in mid-2017 with the fabrication of a functional prototype. The Basque microtechnologies research center has opened a call for contracting a researcher to work in this European project.
With exceptional carrier mobilities, mechanical strength, and optical transparency, graphene is a leading material for next-generation electronic devices. However, for most applications, graphene will need to be integrated with other materials, which motivates efforts to understand and tune its surface chemistry. In recent work, published in the scientific journal Small, scientists from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands studied surface chemistry and self assembly of organic molecular wires on Graphenea's CVD graphene.
Place: CIC nanoGUNE. Donostia
Place: CFM. Donostia