Dr. Agustin Mihi 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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