Roadmap Article


The team contributes to the first issue of #EuroplanetMagazine, as part of the EU H2020 KICK-OFF RoadMap project. The project focuses on understanding atmospheric dust on Mars. Read More
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Awarded Research

Ana Castellanos-Aliaga won the young researcher award of the XV National Meeting on Electroceramics (07-09 July 2021) with the oral presentation title: “Semiconductor heterostructures grown by molecular recognition. A new approach for sustainable processing of electroceramics”. Obtained in the frame of project ENANEBIO (ComFuturo 2nd edition program), Congratulations Ana!!
ECXV Vitoria

The XV National Meeting on Electroceramics is in the press!! Meeting on Electroceramics, from 7 to 9 July 2021, Vitoria-Gasteiz

¡¡¡¡The 15th National Electroceramics Meeting is gaining importance and media coverage !!!! Preparations are being finalised.
Vitoria Martin

Funceramics fully involved in the organisation of the hybrid edition (on-line and on-site) of the XV Spanish National Meeting on Electroceramics, to be held in Vitoria-Gasteiz from 7 to 9 July 2021. Save the dates!

Abstract submission is now underway. Full information at the conference website
Applied Sciences

PUBLICATION: Hybrid hierarchical heterostructures of nanoceramic phosphors as imaging agents for multiplexing and living cancer cells translocation

Published in ACS Applied Bio Materials, doi: 10.1021/acsabm.0c01417
Applied Sciences

PUBLICATION: A graphene-assembled film based MIMO antenna array with high isolation for 5G wireless communication

Published in Applied Sciences, doi: 10.3390/app11052382
Roadmap project

EU H2020 project KICK-OFF: The team takes part in the 3-year research project ROADMAP: Role and impact of dust and clouds in the Martian atmosphere

The research is coordinated by the Institut d'Aéronomie Spatiale de Belgique (BIRA-IASB) under grant agreement No 101004052. Funceramics will synthesize a complete set of well-characterized Martian dust analogue samples
HYMP project

RESEARCH FUNDED: Funceramics leads a 3-year project to develop novel 'Oxide-based Hierarchical Architectures for Multimodal Platforms'

Headed by T. Jardiel and A.C. Caballero, project HYMP will investigate new possibilities of organic-in-inorganic hybrid materials in nanomedicine, photocatalysys and energy generation

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