Projects: Multifunctional Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites

Research Projects of the Multifunctional Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites Group

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Jan 2015

Research Group of the Principality of Asturias on Nanocomposites and Multifuntional Materials

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The project to be developed by the research group aims at the development of monolithic and nanocomposite materials with several critical functionalities using the Spark Plasma Technology (SPS) technology. The research will be focused on:

• Materials with optical functionality

• Materials with thermal functionality

• Materials with mechanical functionality

• Implantable ceramic and glass-ceramic materials

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22

Jan 2014

Polimeric or inorganic multifunctional nanostructured materials for applications in energy and communication technologies

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The proposed project aims to develop organic -inorganic nanostructured multifunctional materials for energy storage and communications technology through an easily scalable process. One of the processing routes that will be investigated is a “hierarchical approach” based on the nucleation of nanoparticles onto micrometer sized structures , which act both as a substrate and carrier .

Consortium: Materials Science Institute of Madrid (ICMM), Institute of Polymer Science and Technology (ICTP) and Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Research Center (CINN)

Funding: Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness

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Jan 2014

Hybrid sintering and non-conventional machining of advanced technical ceramics-HYMaCER

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The HYMaCER project, driven by 4 dedicated Hi-Tech SMEs, aims at developing a complete supply chain for large size technical ceramic blanks in order to fulfill their need for economically produced, innovative and difficult to densify technical ceramics, all three parameters which are currently limiting the SMEs’ market expansion. The research will be focused on the fabrication of electrically conductive technical ceramics, combining an oxide matrix with a secondary, electrically conductive phase, by means of the largest world-wide hybrid spark plasma sintering equipment.

Consortium: KU LEUVEN, CINN-CSIC, NANOKER Research S.L, FCT Systeme GmbH, CERATEC Technische Keramiek BV, SMS Stamp Tool & Mould Technologies BV, IK4-TEKNIKER

Funding:  European Commission. FP7-SME-2013

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26

Nov 2013

Stand-alone lighting personal system-SPIA

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The objective of the SPIA project is to design, develop, test and implement new systems for high visibility aimed to develop a family of stand-alone lighting personal clothing based on smart textiles (photoluminescent and electroluminescent) devices and “energy harvesting” (from piezoelectric or ferromagnetic materials).

Consortium: FCC Construcción, Confecciones Novatex, CINN, Fundación ITMA

Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. INNPACTO Subprogramme. European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

 

 

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26

Nov 2013

In vitro and in vivo study of biological interactions at the surface of inorganic materials for dental applications.

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The objective of this project is to develop a new generation of ceramic-ceramic composite materials (Al2O3-ZrO2) and ceramic-metal (biocermet) (zirconia – Nb, Ta , Ti) with hierarchical microstructures (nano -micro- macro) for dental applications by controlling the biological interactions that take place at the surface of such materials.

Consortium: CINN (Coordinator), ICMM-CSIC, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Fundación Pedro Barrie de la Maza, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Hospital Universitario Central de Asturias

Funding: Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Subprogramme for non-oriented fundamental research projects

 

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