Pore structure and electrochemical properties of CNT-based electrodes studied by in-situ small/wide angle X-ray scattering
C. Santos, E. Senokos, J.C. Fernández-Toribio, A. Ridruejo, R. Marcilla and J.J. Vilatelaread more..
Understanding the enhancement of Young’s modulus of macroscopic carbon nanotube fibers after polymer infiltration
Bartolomé Mas, Alfonso Monreal-Bernal, Hangbo Yue, Haiquin Zhang, Juan J. Vilatelaread more..
Interfacially-grafted single wall carbon nanotube / poly (vinyl alcohol) composite fibers
Won Jun Lee, Adam J. Clancy, Juan C. Fernández-Toribio, David B. Anthony, Edward R. White, Eduardo Solano, Hannah S. Leese, Juan J. Vilatela, Milo S.P. Shafferread more..
The multifunctional nanocomposites group is interested in nanomaterials and the exploitation of their properties on a macroscopic scale. One of its main activities is the synthesis of macroscopic materials based on nanostructured building blocks, assembled in a way that potentiates stress and charge transfer processes at the nanoscale. The group investigates tailoring the structure of these hierarchical materials through combination with polymers, hybridisation with semiconductors and fine control of the building blocks at a molecular scale. Central to its research is a macroscopic fibre made up carbon nanotubes and produced continuously by spinning an aerogel of CNTs directly from the gas phase during their growth by chemical vapour deposition. Regarded as the next generation high-performance synthetic fibre, this material is already produced industrially and used in various industries including aerospace.
Juan José Vilatela receives “The Miguel Catalán Award” from Comunidad de Madrid in a ceremony at Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales. Congratulations!read more..