University of Santiago de Compostela (USC)

The group of magnetism and nanotechnology (NANOMAG) is an interdepartmental group founded by Professors Manuel Arturo López Quintela (Dept. of Physical Chemistry) and José Rivas (Dept. of Applied Physics. This group is part of the Institute of Technological Investigations of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) from its foundation in the 90’s. The research unit has a long history in the preparation of nanomaterials, as well as in the study of their properties and industrial applications.

From the research outputs one can highlight the foundation of the Nanogap Company a spin-off out of this research group started in 2006, and the election of José Rivas as director of the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL-Braga) between 2008 and 2014.

Our research interest is centred upon the study of advanced materials in the form of nanomaterials and thin films in the fields of catalysis, nanomedicine, energy, environment, optoelectronics, spintronics, nano-microelectronics, caloritonics and heritage conservation.

What is their role in NanoBioAp?

As a multidisciplinary network,we complement each other.
People working at NANOMAG – USC are spesialised in:

Do you want to know more about NANOMAG?

If you are interested in the work of NANOMAG – USC you can have a look at their web page. There are more people working than the one belonging to NanoBioAp Network. You will discover their other lines of investigation, their latest publications, the forthcoming events and maybe even a job!

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