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MAD2D: Fundamental properties and application of graphene and other 2D materials

Program of R&D activities between research groups of “Comunidad de Madrid”, co-funded with the European Social Fund, coordinated by ICMM-CSIC.

Program of R&D activities between research groups of “Comunidad de Madrid”, co-funded with the European Social Fund, coordinated by ICMM-CSIC.

The properties of graphene and other bidimensional materials, with on the development of devices and the storage and generation of energy. 

The objectives are: i) Fundamental properties of graphene and other bidimensional compounds, ii) Synthesis and growth methods, iii) Functionalization, and iv) Energy storage and generation processes.

Partners: ICMM-CSIC (Coordinator); IMDEA Energy Institute; IMDEA Nanoscience Institute; IMDEA Materials Institute; Autonoma University of Madrid; Laboratory-IMDEA Materials; Laboratory-IMDEA Nanoscience; Laboratory-IMDEA Energy; Airbus Operations; Repsol; Bruker; Albufera Energy Storage; Nanoinnova Technologies
Funding Institution/Program: Comunidad de Madrid/Program of R&D activities between research groups in Technology 2013
Period: October 2014-September 2018

IP IMDEA Energy: Dr. Jesús Palma

IP Laboratory OPERANDO: Dr. Victor A. de la Peña

Coordinator: ICMM-CSIC