Micro and Nanotechnologies
The Micro and Nanotechnology Department of ICAT consists of six academic groups that carry out both basic science research and technological development:
- Photophysics and Thin films
- Catalysis and Surface Processes
- Biomaterials and Nanostructured Catalysts
- Nanostructured Substrates
- Hybrid systems and Nanoespectroscopy
- Microtechnology and Neural Networks
- The study of the processes that generate light-matter interaction.
- The study of the phenomena of adsorption, desorption and the reactions that are carried out on (primarily, nano-) surfaces when their size, shape and composition are modified.
- The study of the interactions and physico-chemical properties of inorganic materials in a polymer matrix.
- The development of new techniques of enhanced spectroscopy with nanometric spatial resolution.
- The study of the interactions in molecule-substrate nanostructured systems and their application development.