2D Foundry

We study the magnetic and magnetotransport properties of 3D, 2D, 1D or 0D, magnetic dimensional structures, ranging from the optimization of permanent magnets or the magnetic properties of nanoparticles for hyperthermia cancer treatment to highly correlated systems exhibiting colossal magnetoresistance or superconductivity. We also explore the electronic, optic and the optoelectronic properties of novel two-dimensional materials (beyond graphene and molybdenum disulfide)and, using nanofabrication techniques, we integrate these two-dimensional materials in electronic devices.We also dig deep into interfaces between correlated oxides that are the basis of new device concepts based on the rich variety of new and emergent electronic states which cannot be simply reduced to the properties of the constituents, enabling the stabilization and the tuning of novel fases, manipulable through the coupling of to external stimuli electric field, light, magnetic field, etc.

Main specialization

Scientific Area:
ERC discipline:
  • PE3 Condensed Matter Physics
Industrial Leadership:
  • 2. Nanotechnologies
  • 2.1. Developing next generation nanomaterials, nanodevices and nanosystems
Societal Challenges:
  • 7. Other
  • 7.1. Other