A new edition of the photo and video contest of the ICMAB, FOTICMAB 2019, has been opened between April 15th and May 26th and the winners were announced during last Friday’s ICMAB party .
I am Kapil Gupta from India, where I received my PhD (Physics) in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, and later on, I worked as a postdoctoral fellow in Taiwan. I have recently joined the SUMAN group as a postdoc, to collaborate on the TEM studies of superconducting thin films in ULTRASUPERTAPE project, under the supervision of Prof. Teresa Puig. I am delighted to be here and looking forward to learn and collaborate with all of you.
This week (13-17 May), our ULTRASUPERTAPE project post-doc, Max Sieger, went to the Ernst-Ruska Centre for Electron Microscopy at the Forschungszentrum Jülich near Aachen in Germany to participate in high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (TEM) experiments on superconducting thin films.
This year, the 17th edition of the “Fira Recerca en Directe”, organized by the Parc Científic de Barcelona (PCB) in collaboration with Obra Social “la Caixa”, will count with the participation of some researchers from SUMAN group , which will show, among others, the levitating superconducting train.
Dr. Laia Soler, former PhD researcher under the supervision of Prof. Xavier Obradors and Dr. Susagna Ricart defended her PhD thesis entitled Liquid-assisted ultrafast growth of superconducting films derived from chemical solutions publicly on 1 March 2019 at the ICMAB-CSIC Auditorium.
Our PhD student Laia Soler Bru will defend her PhD thesis on Friday, 1 March 2019, at 11 am at ICMAB-CSIC. Liquid-assisted ultrafast growth of superconducting films derived from chemical solutions
My name is Albert and although I am a from Barcelona, I have spent around 3-4 years working abroad as a Postdoctoral Research.
Hola! We are Diana and Lavinia, the new PhD students. We are both chemists and we recently started our work in the field of superconductivity in SUMAN group.
Even though one of us is from Barcelona (Diana) and the other one is from Rome (Lavinia), we got to know each other last year during our Master Thesis carried out in the same research group in UAB.
We are happy to be part of the group and looking forward to working with all of you!
Teresa Puig was on November 15, 2018, on the radio! The program “La Nit Estèrica” from Terrassa Digital (95.2 FM) interviewed Teresa Puig, ICMAB researcher from Terrassa. They talked about superconducting materials and about the begining of Teresa Puig in the superconducting world, about her current projects, and many more things!
Listen to the interview here, from mintue 10:00!
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