15 febrero, 2010

Projects

Funded in the last 10 years

Ordered magnetic nanostructures, mainly Nanowire & Antidot Arrays

  • “Rare-earth free Permanent Magnets” REFREEPERMAG. Funded by the European Commision (Collaborative Project FP7/2007, GA280670). May 2012-Apr. 2015. Partial Budget 382.7 k€. Proj. leaders: D. Niarchos (NCRS, Athens, Coordinator), M. Vazquez (ICMM/CSIC, Spain), J. Fidler (TU Wien, Austria), O. Eriksson (Un. Uppsala, Sweden), G. Viau (INSAT, France), m. Farle (Un. Dusiburg-Essen, Germany), A. Ludwig (Un. Ruhr, Bochum, Germany), S. Fahler (IFW, Dresden, Germany), F. Ott (CEA, France), M. Gronefeld (Magnetfabrik, Bohn, Germany), G. Constas, (Wittenstein Cyber Motors, Germany), G. Hadjipanayis (Un. Delaware, US).
  • “Ordered magnetic arrays of nanowires, nanotubes and antidots” Bilateral project (Ref. 2010CL0018) between CSIC (M. Vazquez) and Universidad de Santiago de Chile (D. Altbir). 2011- 2012.
  • “Dynamics of domain wall motion in magnetic micro and nanowires” Joint Agreement No. A0955377, IBM, Almaden Res. Centr., Dr. S. Parkin / ICMM-CSIC M. Vazquez. 2010-13.
  • “Magnetic nanoparticles combined with submicron bubbles for oncologing imaging” NANOMAGDYE. Funded by European Commission (FP7-NMP-2007-SMALL-1). Nov. 2008-Oct. 2011. Partial Budget: 297k€. Proj. leaders: G. Pourroy (IPCMS-CNRS Strasbourg, France) (Coordinator), M. Vazquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain), I. Bernhard (Saarland Univ., Germany), P. Chirico (Softec Techn. & Res., Italy) and P. Vertesy (Hung. Ac Sc., Hungary).
  • “Ordered arrays of nanodots and antidots: Magnetization and Transport”, MAT2010-20798-C05-01. Funded by Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, Jan. 2011- Dec. 2013; budget: 250 k€. Proj. Resp. M. Vazquez
  • “Integrated Lab On Chip Platforms for Medical Diagnostics” EUI2008-00120. Hispano-Portuguese Internationalization Research Program. Apr. 2008-Mar. 2011. Partial Budget: 15k€. Proj. leaders: R. Ibarra (Spanish leader), P. Freitas (Portuguese leader) and M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain).
  • “Fundamentals and applications of magnetic molecules, nanoparticles and nanostructures: from spintronics to biomedicine” NANOBIOMAGNET. Funded by Autonomous Government of Madrid (S2009/MAT-1726). Oct-2009-Sep. 2011. Partial Budget: 60k€. Project leaders: R. Miranda (IMDEA, Spain) (Coordinator) and M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain). Scientific Project.
  • “Ferromagnetic resonance studies in micro and nanowires”, Bilateral Spanish – Czech action. 2009-2010. IP: M. Vázquez and L. Kraus.
  • “Magnetic nanostructures for data storage”, MISTI Global Seed Fund, MIT-Spain. Budget: 3k€. 2009-2010. Proj. leaders: C. Ross (MIT, USA), M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain) and F. Castaño (UPV, Spain). Scientific Project.
  • “Magnetotransport properties in magnetic micro and nanowires” MAT2007-65420-C02-01. Funded by Spanish Ministry of Science and Education. Oct. 2007-Sep. 2010. Budget: 346k€. Proj. leader: M. Vázquez.
  • “Ordered magnetic nanostructures for optomagnetic biosensor devices”. Funded by CSIC. Oct. 2005-Sep. 2007. Proj. leaders: M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain), G. Armelles (IMM-CNM-CSIC, Spain), P. Marco (IIQA-CSIC, Spain) and L. Balcells (ICMAB-CSIC, Spain). Scientific-Technological Project.
  • “Novel approaches for the preparation of nanostructured magnetopolymer composites” NANOMAGPOL, within “Nanostructured polymer and functional polymer-based materials and nanocomposites” Funded by European Commission. VI Framework, (FP6-500361). Proj. leaders: J. M. Kenny (INSTM-ECNP, Italy) (Coordinator), C. Mijangos (ICTP-CSIC, Spain) , M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain), B. Voigt and M. Stamm (Inst. for Polymer Res., Dresden, Germany), R. Turcu (Nat. Inst. for R+D for Isotopic & Molecular Techn., Bucharest, Romania), III. Mondragón (UPV, Spain) and C. Tsitsilianis (FORTH, Greece).
  • “Arrays of ferromagnetic nanowires in antiferromagnetic matrix”. Funded by Autonomous Government of Madrid (GR/MAT/0423/2004). Jan. 2005-Dec. 2005. Proj. leader: M. Vázquez. Scientific Project.
  • “Uni and bi-dimensional self-organised magnetic nanosytems” MAT2004-00150. Funded by Spanish Ministry of Science and Education. Dec. 2004-Dec. 2007. Proj. leader: M. Vázquez. Scientific Project.
  • “Rutherford backscattering characterization of nanoporous membranes” Bilateral Spanish-Hungarian cooperation. 2005-2006. Proj. leaders: M. Hernandez-Velez (ICMM-UAM) and F. Paszti (Inst. Particle and Nuclear Physics, Budapest). Collaborative Project.
  • “Controllable nanometric porosity membranes for magnetic nanowires and other nanostructured functional materials”. Funded by Autonomous Government of Madrid (07N/0086/2002). Jan. 2003-Dec. 2004. Proj. leader: M. Vázquez. Scientific Project.

Surface Magnetism and Magnetic Force Imaging

  • MICINN, “Tecnologías de microscopía de fuerza para aplicaciones en nanomecánica y biomedicina. FORCE-FOR-FUTURE”. Referencia: CSD2010-00024, 2011-2015, Coordinador: Ricardo García, IP grupo GMSN-ICMM: A. Asenjo.
  • “A totally new concept to obtain functional magnetoelectric layers at room temperature for information technologies” MAT2009-07551-E/MAT, EF – EXPLORA. Funded by Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. 2010-2011. Budget: 60k€. Proj. leader: M. Algueró.
  • “Nanoobjects: from atoms to virus” S2009/MAT-1467. Funded by Autonomous Government of Madrid. 2010-2014. Budget: 886k€. Proj. leader: Julio Gómez-Herrero. Subproj. leader: A. Asenjo (Group budget: 40k€).
  • “Magnetotransport properties in magnetic micro and nanowires” MAT2007-65420-C02-01. Funded by Spanish Ministry of Science and Education. Oct. 2007-Sep. 2010. Budget: 346k€. Proj. leader: M. Vázquez.
  • “Magnetization process and transport in magnetic nanostructures” NAN2004-09183-C10-04. Funded by Ministry of Science and Education. Proj. leader: A. Asenjo. Scientific Project.
  • “Domain structure analysis and magnetization process of micro and nanowires by magnetic force microscopy and Kerr effect”. Spanish-German bilateral cooperation (CSIC/DAAD). 2005-2006. Proj. leaders: M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain) and R. Schafer (IFW, Dresden). Collaborative Project.
  • “Development of a magnetic force microscope working under magnetic field”. Funded by Spanish Ministry of Science and Education (PETRI95-0935.OP). Proj. leader: A. Asenjo. Technological Project.
  • “Fabrication of metalic nanostructures by self-assembling methods and their characterization by means of near field microscopies”. Funded by Autonomous Government of Madrid (GR/MAT/0437/2004). Jan. 2005-Dec. 2005. Proj. leader: A. Asenjo. Scientific Project.
  • “Arrays of ferromagnetic nanowires in antiferromagnetic matrix”. Funded by Autonomous Government of Madrid (GR/MAT/0423/2004). Jan. 2005-Dec. 2005. Proj. leader: M. Vázquez. Scientific Project.

Amorphous Microwires

  • “Study on EM protection of electrical bundles to fast EM transients” , IP: Rafael Pérez del Real, EADS France, September 2013 – September 2016.
  • “Displacement and Position sensing using magnetic microwires materials” Resp. Contract ICMM/CSIC and Micro-Epsilon Messtechnik GmbH, Ortenburg, Gernany; 2011. Project Leaders: M. Vazquez (CSIC) and T. Wisspeittner (Micro-Epsilon)
  • “Submicrometric wires for electric generator, water purification and enviromental sensor” PLE2009-0057. Ministry of Science and Innovation, Mode ACI-PLAN E (cooperación España-Japón Nanotecnología y Nuevos Materiales); 1 Nov. 2009 – 31 Oct. 2012. Budget: 40k€. Proj. leaders: M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain), Prof. K. Mohri (Nagoya Industrial Science Research Institute, NISRI).
  • “Microwires as sensing elements for low-noise sensors” Contract with the company Quantec-Geotec, Montreal (Canada). Junio 2007-Mayo 2008. Proj. leaders: M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC) y R. Bazinet (Quantec, Geotec).
  • “Micro-wire systems for novel technological devices” contract Un. Publ. Navarra. Budget: 25 k€. 2007-2010. Resp. C. Gómez-Polo (Univ. Pub. Navarra, Pamplona) and M. Vázquez (ICMM/CSIC).
  • “High frequency studies of magnetic nanostructures” Bilateral Spanish-Maroccan collaborative project. 2006-2007. Proj. leaders: M. Vázquez (ICMM/CSIC) and M. Brittel (Un. Tangier, Marocco). Collaborative Project.
  • “Production of tiny glass-coated microwires as magneto-impedance sensing elements for applications in automobile and phone industries”. Contract between ICMM-CSIC (M. Vázquez) and Aichi Steels (Toyota group) (Y. Honkura). Feb. 2006-Jan. 2007. Technological Project.
  • “New families of magnetic microwires as elements of magnetic memory” Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Education (PROFIT). Aug. 2005-Jul. 2006. Proj. leaders: C. Gómez-Polo (Univ. Navarra, Pamplona, Spain) and M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain). Technological Project.
  • “Arrays of micro and nanowires for high-frequency applications”. Bilateral cooperation CSIC/Japanese Society for Promotion of Science. 2006-2007. Inv. Resp.: M. Vázquez (ICMM/CSIC), and M. Yamaguchi (Tohoku Univ., Sendai). External Collaboration Project.
  • “B-SENS: Magnetostrictive bi-layers for multifunctional sensor families”. Funded by European Community (Growth GRD1-2001-40725), and Complementary Funding from Spanish Ministery of Education, MEC. Apr. 2002-Sep. 2005. Proj. leaders: H. Pfüztner (Techn. Un. Vienna, Austria), A. Moses (Un. Cardiff), M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain), M. Rohn (Profactor, Steyr, Austria), C.A. Malvicino (CR Fiat, Torino, Italy), C. Marquardt (Elcat, Wolfrathausen, Germany). Technological Project.
  • “Giant Magnetoimpedance and Ferromagnetic Resonante in magnetic microwires”. Bilateral Cooperation CSIC/CONACYT. 2004 – 2005. Inv. Resp.: M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain) and R. Valenzuela (CONACYT, UNAM, Mexico). External Collaboration Project.
  • “Magnetic losses in nanocrystalline soft alloys” Polish-Spanish Bilateral Cooperation Ministeries of Foreign affairs. 2004-2006. Inv. Resp.: M. Vázquez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain) and J. Szczyglowski (Inst. Power Engineering,  Cestochowa). External Collaboration Project.
  • “Magnetotransport in microwires and thin films” MAT 2001-0082-C04-02. Funded by Ministry of Science and Education. Jan. 2001-Dec. 2003. Proj. leaders: J. M. Barandiarán (UPV, Spain), F. Batallán (ICMM-CSIC, Spain).