Advanced microscopies and spectroscopies

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Group of Physical Chemistry of Surfaces and Interfaces, ICMAB-CSIC

2017-12-07T15:40:16+01:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Group type: Experiment Research description: The group started up its activity at the ICMAB in 2007, with the arrival of C. Ocal at this institute, and expanded its scientific interests with the incorporation of E. Barrena in 2010. Nowadays, our research is focused on unraveling the nanoscale structural and physical-chemical properties of nanostructures and interfaces,

Photonic crystals group, ICMM-CSIC

2017-10-31T18:20:32+01:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Group type: Experiment Research description: The Photonic Crystals Group is a multidisciplinary team devoted to basic research in photonic crystals and related systems. While Materials Science is capital in our research, some Fundamental Physics aspects are also central. Our main interest is photonic crystals, which we realize by means of colloidal self-assembly. We cover the

Structure of Nanoscopic Systems (ESISNA), ICMM-CSIC

2017-10-31T17:44:05+01:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Group type:  Both theory and experiment Research description: The aim of our research group is to study at the nanoscale the structure of low-dimensional systems on surfaces and to develop new methodologies to induce highly-controlled chemical reactions on surfaces. We target on new nano-architectures of reduced dimensionality by using organic molecules as building blocks and

Advanced Force Microscopy and Nanolithography (ForceTool), ICMM-CSIC

2017-10-31T17:32:55+01:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Group type:  Both theory and experiment Research description: The Advanced Force Microscopy and Nanolithography Group directed by Prof. Ricardo García has a consistent record on scientific originality and innovation in the development of nanoscale microscopies and nanolithography. Specifically, the Group is focused on several instrumental/methodology developments: Advanced force microscopy methods. Bimodal AFM. 3D imaging of

NanoImaging Group-CIC NanoGUNE

2019-09-24T16:18:32+01:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Group type:  Experiment Research description: The goal of our research is to elucidate the laws of magnetism, optics, and electronics at the scale of atoms and molecules. We use low-temperature Scanning-Probe Microscopy to study the basic quantum phenomena behind the macroscopic behavior of matter and to manipulate their basic atomic components. Our research lines study 

IMANA, ICMA-UNIZAR-CSIC; CUD; EUSS; Diamond Light Source; University of Cambridge; CNR-IOM

2016-03-31T08:34:58+01:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Group type: Experimental Research description: Synchrotron based spectroscopic techniques (X-ray Absortion, X-ray magnetic Circular Dichroism, X-ray Magnetic resonant Scattering) have reached their maturity in the study of magnetic materials. Because of their element selectivity and improved resolution they allow obtaining direct information on the electronic state and the atomic orbital and spinning moments of the