Friday, 08 January 2021 16:35

Research projects completed

List of completed projects in which ISM is involved.

Development of new, highly sustainable strategies for the synthesis of organic materials for electronic and opto-electronic devices.

The project aims at developping a new technology based on the use of magnetic nanoparticles dispersed in ionic liquids for thermoelectric applications

Thursday, 19 November 2020 15:38

Product Centric Recycling

The action aimed at the organization at European level of a Network of Excellence at the service of the KIC Raw Materials community for the recovery and recycling of rare and / or critical elements

Main purpose of the COST action is the creation of an interdisciplinary network of laboratories and industries, equipped with complementary analytical techniques to study the degradation mechanisms of "state of the art" Solar Cells in order to target next generation organic photovoltaics.

The project aimed to study the influence of parameters such as the thickness of the active material, the size of the electrodes, the material of the electrodes for the construction of diamond detectors for fast neutrons, in collaboration with Bicocca University and CNR-IFP.

This Integrated Research Program (IRP) has engaged all major European research institutes and other industrial actors in an integrated research structure to successfully achieve the general objectives.

Aim of the project was the realization of an Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometer dedicated to the study of the aging mechanisms of the latest generation solar cells, to enhance the previously existing research infrastructures at the X-ray Spectroscopy Laboratory , ISM-CNR.

The COST Action is aimed at creating an interdisciplinary scientific platform that provides added value to scientific research and the development of industrial applications in the field of organic-inorganic hybrid materials.

The CITYSOLAR breakthrough is based on a unique combination of innovative concepts that will take the efficiency and transparency of the integrated solar cell well beyond the state of art and allowing for a real exploitation of photovoltaic windows.

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