Marta Mas-Torrent’s Research Group News
One of our papers has been chosen to be highlighted on the Advance Science News web site:
Organic semiconductor/polymer blend films for organic field-effect transistors
S. Riera-Galindo, F. Leonardi, R. Pfattner, M. Mas-Torrent, Adv. Mater. Technol. DOI:10.1002/admt.20190010410.1002/admt.201900104
The H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 project “Ultra-high Charge Carrier Mobility to Elucidate Transport Mechanisms in Semiconductors (UHMob)” coordinated by Prof. Yves Geerts, and in which our group is participating, has been recently awarded!
Start date: May 2019.
We are very happy to be part of this consortium!
Welcome to the group to Jinghai Li who is starting his PhD and Maunel España that will do his Bsc. project with us!
Congratulations to Raphael Pfattner for being awarded with a Beatriu del Pinós postdoctoral fellowship and Francesca Leonardi for her grant to spend a 4 months internship at Holst-The Netherlands.
In the last months the group has participated in the project "Las Científicas Cuentan" from CSIC-Brussels to promote women in science. Visit the webpage: http://www.lascientificascuentan.es/
We have now a twitter account MMTGroupIcmab. Follow us!
Finally, don't miss the COFUND open call in which the group has three PhD proposals open. Deadline 30th of November!
We are looking for talented and motivated students that would like to carry out his/her PhD in the field of organic electronics for sensing.
Requirements: Bsc. in Chemistry, Physics, or similar and Master degree.
Self-assembly of an organic radical thin film and its memory function investigated using a liquid metal electrode
D. Gutiérrez, S. Riera-Galindo, M. R. Ajayakumar, J. Veciana, C. Rovira, M. Mas-Torrent, N. Crivillers. J.Phys. Chem. C., DOI:10.1021/acs.jpcc.8b04170
Modification of the gate electrode by self-assembled monolayers in flexible electrolyte-gated organic field effect transistors: work function vs. capacitance effects
F. Leonardi, A. Tamayo, S. Casalini, M. Mas-Torrent, RSC Advances DOI:10.1039/C8RA05300F