SUMAN department has been active in the field of superconducting materials since the discovery of High Temperature superconductors, more than 20 years ago, it has widely contributed to the field of vortex pinning analysis and materials development for more than 15 years and more recently, since about ten years, it has shifted its interests towards the chemical solution approaches to superconducting thin films and coated conductors, due to its high potential in terms of cost-effectiveness for practical applications.
Aiswarya is a new PhD student that has just started her thesis work at the group, under the direction of Teresa Puig and Joffre Gutiérrez, related to physical properties of nanostructured HTS films grown with TLAG-CSD process.
ICMAB Researcher Ferran Vallès, an former student of our group, covers the fundamentals of superconductivity in this new video. In particular, the quantum levitation phenomenon.
Neil is a new PhD student that has just started his thesis work at the group, under the direction of Teresa Puig, Xavier Granados and Joffre Gutiérrez, related to high energy applications of HTS coated conductors .
The European Energy Research Alliance Joint Programme intends to align research and development activities in the fields of energy storage.
The journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces published the cover of the article “Combinatorial Screening of Cuprate Superconductors by Drop-On-Demand Inkjet Printing”.
PRESS RELEASE: A total of eight research groups from different research centers and universities, including us among them, participate in the first edition of the Lab to Market (L2M) program, an initiative promoted by the R+D+i Energy for Society Network (XRE4S) with the aim of helping participants to identify technologies that have potential for commercialization.
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