The nanoGateway Mobility Program will select 10 participants to develop their project idea from 1 up to 8 weeks at INL facilities, under the supervision of INL Staff Researcher.
¿Who is it for?
Visiting scientists, engineers, developers, entrepreneurs or nanotechnology enthusiasts from the POCTEP provinces of the Spain-Portugal transboundary regions (Algarve, Alentejo, Center, North – Andalucia, Castilla y León, Extremadura, Galicia).
What can you expect?
Mentoring support from INL researchers for the development of the work proposed or Project Idea in the research area chosen by the participant from 1 up to 8 weeks.
Visiting, knowing and understanding INL state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructures.
Participation in ongoing research activities and projects, new proposals and exploratory activities.
Participation on Conferences and Workshops hosted by INL in the period of their mobility program.
Accommodation for the period of the Mobility Program (travel and food expenses are not included).
The participant should have outstanding academic background.
Candidates will receive a notification in less than 4 weeks after the deadlines:
1st de September 2018
1st de February 2019
1st de June 2019
INL – International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory is the first and only Intergovernmental Organisation in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology, providing a basis for scientific and technological cooperation by carrying out both fundamental and applied research.
The participant must be able to conduct research in one of the six research departments of INL:
Includes four areas of activity at INL, Systems Engineering, Spintronics, Nanodevices and Precision Medicines Engineering, addressing major challenges in industrial sensing, RF communications, Biosensors and Biomedical devices, Agri-food and Environmental monitoring applications.
Quantum and Energy Materials
Works towards the understanding of both materials and energy exchange processes at the nanoscale where the laws of nature are governed by quantum mechanics. Activities follow two main research lines: i) Materials for energy conversion and storage; ii) Quantum materials, e.g. experimental and theoretical research and development of 2D materials and devices (e.g. biosensors and photodetectors), research in atomic scale electronics, and functional point defects in 2D materials for quantum technologies, etc.
Aims to carry out top fundamental and applied research in areas such as Biophotonics, Photonic nanomagnetometry, Plasmonics & Materials, Bloch surface wave engineering and the design and application of Photonic crystals.
Activities focused on the fields of Food, Health, and Environment, particularly in:
1) Nanoencapsulation technologies for smart and controlled drug/genes delivery and for enhancing bioavailability and functional properties of bioactives;
2) Biosensors, microfluidic-based devices and integrated lab-on-a-chip solutions for food and water quality and safety as well as diagnostic and prognostic purposes;
3) Advanced functionalities and applications of bespoke nanostructured materials in combination with novel biomarkers and studies on biointerfaces.
Advanced Electron, Microscopy, Imaging and Spectroscopy
Performs true atomic/nano resolution electron imaging combined with atomic/nano resolution chemical analysis, in order to achieve a fundamental understanding of the chemical/physical phenomena at the atomic/nano level in real materials systems.
Micro and Nanofabrication
Explores both bottom-up and top-down approaches to the micro and nanofabrication aspects of materials, surfaces and devices. Main research activities include MEMS/NEMS, sensors, microfluidics, energy storage, conversion and adaptive optical devices, lithography, rapid prototyping and cleanroom processes integration, bottom-up catalysis, synthesis of materials, optoelectronic materials and devices and thin film solar cells.