Highly responsive UV-photodetectors based on single electrospun TiO2 nanofibres
Aday Molina-Mendoza, Alicia Moya, Riccardo Frisenda, Simon A. Svatek, Patricia Gant, Sergio Gonzalez-Abad, Elisa Antolín, Nicolas Agrait, Gabino Rubio Bollinger, David Perez de Lara, Juan Vilatela and Andres Castellanos-Gomezread more..
A composite fabrication sensor based on electrochemical doping of CNT yarns
Juan. C. Fernández-Toribio, A. Íñiguez-Rábago, J. Vilà, C. González, Á. Ridruejo, J. J. Vilatelaread more..
Threading through macrocycles enhances the performance of carbon nanotubes as polymer fillers
A. López-Moreno, B. Nieto-Ortega, M. Moffa, A. de Juan, M.M. Bernal, J.P. Fernández-Blázquez, J. J. Vilatela, D. Pisignano, E. Pérezread 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.
Alfonso and Alicia present the last advances on hybrid materials at the Congress Fotofuel.read more..
Alfonso presents the most recent group's advances in the field of composite materials at the 4th International Conference on Nanomechanics and Nanocomposites (ICNN4).read more..
Alicia presents the advances on hybrid materials at the International Conferences on Advances in Semiconductor and Catalysts for Photoelectrochemical Fuel Production (SolarFuel16), which congregates the most relevant groups on semiconductor…read more..