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Sebastián Reparaz

jsreparaz@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 372 )

Sebastian is CSIC-ICMAB tenured track researcher with a strong background in nanoscale thermal transport and optical spectroscopy. His research focuses on studying the thermal properties of inorganic/organic nanostructures through advanced characterization techniques. In recent years he focused in developing novel thermal experimental methodologies based on contactless optical techniques.

Agustín Mihi

amihi@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 380)

Agustín is an expert in large area and low cost photonic crystal and plasmonic structures via unconventional nanofabrication techniques. His research group investigates the design, fabrication and characterization of photonic architectures that enhance light mater interaction applied to emerging optoelectronic devices.

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Maria Isabel Alonso

isabel@icmab.es 

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext. 281)

Isabel  is senior scientist and department head at ICMAB-CSIC. She is a materials physicist interested in semiconducting structures (inorganic, organic, and hybrid) that can contribute to expand the development of modern optoelectronic, energy-related, and sensing devices. Her core expertise is the MBE growth of SiGe structures and the use of optical spectroscopy, mainly ellipsometry, Raman scattering, and photoluminescence.

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Mariano Campoy-Quiles

mcampoy@icmab.es
+34 935 80 18 53 (ext. 379)
Mariano is PhD in experimental physics from the Imperial College London and currently tenured scientist at ICMAB-CSIC. His group aims at producing breakthrough scientific advances that strongly contribute to the development of clean energy technologies based on organic and hybrid materials, including photovoltaics and thermoelectrics.

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Pablo O. Vaccaro

pvaccaro@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 356)

Pablo Vaccaro is ICREA Research Professor. He has a wide experience in fabrication of semiconductor devices. Currently, his research interests include tensile strained germanium on silicon substrates for monolithically integrated optoelectronics, SiGe nanowires for thermoelectric applications, piezoresistivity in Si/Ge nanostructures and III-V heterostructures and SiGe thermoelectric far-infrared sensors integrated on silicon substrates.

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Alejandro R. Goñi

goni@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 378)

Alejandro is ICREA Research Professor. He is an experimental physicist with broad interests and expertise in solid-state physics, optical spectroscopy (Raman scattering, photoluminescence, etc.), nano-science and technology, thermoelectricity, the physics of low-dimensional materials (quantum wells, wires and dots), highly correlated electron systems, and high-pressure techniques.

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Miquel Garriga

miquel@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext. 222)

Miquel is research scientist. His main research is in spectroscopic ellipsometry of  anisotropic and multilayered materials, optical characterization of bulk semiconductors, organic and inorganic semiconductor heterostructures and hight critical temperature superconductors.

 

Aleksandr Perevedentsev

aperevedentsev@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 383)

Aleksandr Perevedentsev received his PhD in Physics from Imperial College London and is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the group of Dr Mariano Campoy-Quiles. His research interests are centred around phase behaviour of macromolecules, polymer processing and spectroscopy.

Antonio Sánchez-Díaz

asanchez@icmab.es
+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 383)

Antonio Sánchez Díaz obtained his PhD in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at ICIQ (Tarragona-Spain) in the group of Dr. Emilio Palomares. He is a postdoctoral researcher in the group of Dr. M. Campoy-Quiles. Dr. A. Sánchez-Díaz expertise is in the field of organic photovoltaics, from device preparation to characterization.

Bernhard Dörling

bdorling@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 282)

Bernhard is working on two main topics. Orienting conjugated polymer chains, allowing for polarization sensitive solar cells and detectors. And on optimizing the thermoelectric properties of CNT composites.

André C. Moreira Espinha

acosta@icmab.es
+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 385)

André Espinha obtained his PhD in Physics of Light and Matter at ICMM-CSIC. Currently, he is a postdoctoral researcher in the group of Dr. A. Mihi. His main research topics are light trapping in solar cells and photonic architectures based on biopolymers.

Juan Luis Garcia-Pomar

jgarcia@icmab.es
+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 385)

Juan Luis Garcia-Pomar is an expert in numerical simulations and theory in the field of nanophotonics and plasmonics. Currently is in the group of Dr. Mihi involved in the study of light trapping in photovoltaic systems.

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Rana Adel

rmohamed@icmab.es
+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 383)
Rana is a physicist who is currently pursuing her Ph.D. under the supervision of Dr.Mariano Campoy. Her interest focus on improving efficiency on  photovoltaic devices based on organic materials.

Damià Peró

dpero@icmab.es
+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 282)
Damià is a physicist currently pursuing a PhD under the supervision of Dr. Alejandro Goñi and Dr. Agustin Mihi. His work is focused on the fabrication of inorganic thermoelectric devices under clean room conditions. He also works on the simulation of such devices using finite element methods (COMSOL Multiphysics).

José Jurado

jjurado@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 383)

José is a chemical engineer pursing his PhD under the supervision of Dr. Mariano Campoy-Quiles. His research interests include organic photovoltaics and thermoelectric devices, and his PhD thesis will be focused on incorporating these two promising technologies into a hybrid device

Adrián Francisco

afrancisco@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 383)

Adrian is a physicist who is currently pursuing a PhD under the supervision of Dr. Alejandro Goñi. His work is focused on the characterization and development of thermoelectric inorganic devices.

Pau Molet

pmolet@icmab.es

Pau is a nanotechnologist currently working in his photonics PhD thesis under the supervision of Agustín Mihi. His work is devoted to enhance semiconductor optical absorption combining patterned nanostructures and strong interference effects.

Martí Gibert

mgibert2@icmab.es

Marti is a PhD student of Photonics under the supervision of Dr. Mariano Campoy-Quiles. He is currently working on the enhancement of light absorption by using photonic nanostructures

Camilla Dore

cdore@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 385)

Camilla Dore is a nanotechnology engineer, pursing her PhD in the group of Dr. Agustin Mihi. Her research topics are photonic electrodes for enhanced light matter interaction and nanostructured biopolymers

Osnat Zapata

ozapata@icmab.es
+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 383)

Osnat is Mexican student currently pursuing a PhD in the research group of Dr. Mariano Campoy. His main research work is focused on the fabrication of organic thermoelectric materials.

Cristiano Matricardi

cmatricardi@icmab.es  

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext. 385)

Cristiano is a chemist. He is currently pursuing a PhD in the research group of Dr. Mihi. His main research work  is focused on design and produce novel photonic structures for enhanced light matter interaction to tune and improve SERS sensing.

Enrique Pascual

epascual@icmab.es
+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 383)

Enrique is a mechanical engineer and he is pursuing his PhD in the research group of Dr. Campoy-Quiles. His major research interests focus on scaling up organic solar cells by roll-to-roll and developing a tool to predict solar cell colors.

Xabier Rodriguez

xrodriguez@icmab.es

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 282)

Xabier is a nanotechnologist who is currently pursuing a PhD under the supervision of Dr. Mariano Campoy-Quiles. His work is focused on the characterization of solar cells by Raman spectroscopy as well as on their fabrication by combinatorial methods.

Albert Harillo

albertharillo@gmail.com

+34 935 80 18 53 (ext 383)

Albert is a chemical engineer doing his Master’s Thesis in Nanoscience & Nanotechnology under the supervision of Dr. Mariano Campoy. His thesis is focused in ternary organic solar cells to improve their efficiency.

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