Lorenzo's article was accepted in J. Mater. Chem. C today!
Lorenzo's work on molecular junctions embedding [Fe(HBpz2)2(phen)] is out! Congrats to everyone involved. Read more on the RSC website... Link
April 01, 2019
Juan's article accepted in Advanced Materials Technologies
Our article in Advanced Materials Technologies has just been accepted for publications. In this paper "In situ fine-tuning of microfluidic chips by swelling and its application to droplet microfluidics", we show how solvent-induced swelling, a phenomenon often discarded as problematic, can be put to good use to control the geometry and thus the behaviour of microfluidic chips. We believe that due to its simplicity, this will be a key methodology for to control micro-reactor sizes in droplet microfluidics!
Link coming ASAP
December 20, 2018
Perspective article accepted in Crystals
Our perspective article in Crystals has just been accepted for publications. In this paper "Continuous versus segmented-flow microfluidic synthesis in materials science", Josep Puigmartí-Luis and myself review the major differences between continuous and segmented flow mucrofluidic systems for materials synthesis. We have noticed, over the years, that reviewers and colleagues tend to confuse those two types of technologies, or at least not to grasp how radically different they are. We hope that our article will help making this distinction clearer.
Francisco Javier Valverde-Muñoz is a PhD student at ICMOL in Valencia. He will be joining us for a 3 month research stay in April thanks to the support of a mobility grant from the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitivity, to work on the microfluidic synthesis of molecular materials.
March 19, 2018
Ram-Kumar will be joining us for a 12 month PostDoc starting in April!
He will be studying hybrid switchable materials based on spin-crossover nanoparticles and functional polymers, in collaboration with a few members of the group and with the LCPO.
Welcome Ram! Looking forward to greeting you in Bordeaux
May 10, 2017
Our paper on tunneling through oligoethylene glycols was just accepted in JACS.