Dr. Agustin Mihi (PI), tenured researcher at ICMAB-CSIC.
Agustín obtained his PhD in Physics in 2008 from the Institute of Materials Science of Seville ICMS-CSIC. That same year, he was honoured with a Beckman postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign (USA) to work alongside both Prof. Paul A. Braun and Prof. John A. Rogers developing novel unconventional techniques to fabricate photonic architectures compatible with current mass production processes. In 2011, Dr. Mihi moved to ICFO with a Marie Curie COFUND fellowship, where he joined the group of Prof. Konstantatos to learn about solar cells based on colloidal quantum dots. In 2015, Dr. Mihi relocated to the Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB - CSIC) with a Ramon y Cajal Fellowship and an ERC Starting Grant, finally becoming a tenured researcher in 2018.
At ICMAB, his research group aims at designing and fabricating large area and low cost photonic architectures that can be implemented in emerging optoelectronic devices to improve their performance.
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Dr. Maria Isabel Alonso is a staff research scientist at ICMAB-CSIC. She
obtained her Dr. rer. Nat. from the University of Stuttgart in 1989 while
working at the Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research. She worked
at the IMN-CSIC in Madrid until 1992 and the Paul-Drude Institute in
Berlin until 1994. Her research interests span solid-state physics, nanoscience,
and nanofabrication technology. Currently, her main areas of research aim
at expanding the functionalities of modern semiconducting devices to
empower different applications in the areas of optoelectronic,
energy-related, and sensing devices.
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Luis obtained his PhD in Chemistry at INFIQC-National University of Córdoba, Argentina. His research interests focus on light-matter
interaction, nanostructures synthesis and electrodynamic simulations. He is currently working on colloidal nanoparticles arrays.
Ylli is a PhD student in Materials Science and she is currently working on fabrication and characterization of plasmonic metasurfaces under the supervision of Dr. Leonardo Scarabelli.
Sunghwan obtained his Ph.D. degree in Micro/Nano Systems at Korea University, South Korea. He has been interested in fabricating a variety of functional micro/nanostructures for optical, and mechanical property enhancement by modifying conventional structures or combining them with nanomaterials.
Reyda is a Materials Scientist who obtained her Master's degree in Nanoscience at Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain). During her PhD, she worked on characterization of nanofibers. Currently, she is working on enhancing the power conversion efficiency of solar cells by using nanoimprinted antireflective structures.
Leonardo received his PhD in Chemistry at CICbiomaGUNE in San Sebastian, Spain. His research interests focus on colloidal synthesis and dynamic self-assembly for the fabrication of photonic and plasmonic devices for the study of chemistry in the strong-coupling regime.
Jose is a Physicist working on developing innovative photonic architectures from high index semiconductors combined with unconventional materials such as biopolymers and colloids to sustain optical resonances with interest in different types of spectroscopies.
Xiaoyu is a PhD student in Materials Science and she is currently working at self-assembly and optical properties of gold nanoparticle superlattices under the supervision of Dr. Agustín Mihi and Dr. Isabel Alonso.
Dr Juan Luis García-Pomar
Dr Cristiano Matricardi
Dr Denise Estrada-Wiese
David Vila Liarte
Dr André C. Moreira Espinha
Dr. Mayte Gómez Castaño
Dr. Camilla Dore
Dr. Pau Molet