The research at the CINN is devoted to the "Controlled Design of Multiscaled Multifunctional Materials" aiming at the development, characterization and full understanding of new multifunctional materials at the nano, micro and macro scales, in order to overcome the limitations of current materials and processes.
The scientific emphasis includes reproducing principles or structures described in animals or plants through bioinspired materials, developing biomaterials offering clinical applications in terms of compatibility, degradability and cell-matrix interactions, examining the behavior and fundamental properties of nanostructured magnetic hybrid materials, complex oxides, bio-inorganic hybrids, nanophotonic phenomena, and assisted self-assembly to provide insights into future applications. Theory and simulation is integrated throughout the CINN's activities.
- Scientific Publications
- PhD Thesis
The CINN publishes an average of 40-50 papers every year in international peer reviewed journals mostly in the research areas of: Materials Science, Physics and Chemistry. A significant number of these papers are in high impact journals including Nature Nanotechnology, Physical Review Letters, Biomaterials, Journal of the American Chemical Society...
Articles in ISI Journals: 62
Average Impact Factor*: 4,13
Articles in ISI Journals*: 58
Book Chapters*: 0
Average Impact Factor*: 2,744
Articles in ISI Journals: 55
Book Chapters: 4
Average Impact Factor: 2,961
Articles in ISI Journals: 77
Articles in Non-ISI Journals: 3
Book Chapters: 1
Average Impact Factor: 2,54
Articles in ISI Journals: 42
Articles in Non-ISI Journals: 6
Average Impact Factor: 2,893
Splitting of Roofing Slates: Analysis of the Process Based on SEM, TMA, TG/DSC, and XRD
Rhenium-catalysed hydroboration of aldehydes and aldimines
Deterministic propagation of vortex-antivortex pairs in magnetic trilayers
Interindividual epigenetic variability: Sound or noise?
Insights on the Reactivity of Terminal Phosphanido Metal Complexes toward Activated Alkynes from Theoretical Computations
Sonochemical synthesis, characterization, and effects of temperature, power ultrasound and reaction time on the morphological properties of two new nanostructured mercury(II) coordination supramolecule compounds