The document has been elaborated by the Spanish Aerospace Technological Platform (PAE), with the support of a working group led by Aernnova and formed by ACITURRI, AIMPLAS, AIRBUS, AIRGRUP, AIMEN, CEIT, COMET Ingeniería, EHU/CFAA, FIDAMC, HEROUX-DEVTEK, ITP AERO, OBUU Tech and UPV. It defines 28
We are delighted to announce the launch of the IMDEA Materials 2019 report, available now for download. This annual report is designed to give you an overview of the Institute and main achievements in 2019. You will also find a description of the current Research Programmes highlighting
IMDEA Materials webinar: “Microstructure prediction through multiscale modeling of solidification processing”
We are glad to announce the second episode of the IMDEA Materials Institute webinar series, that will take place the 27th of May at 12.00 pm Madrid time Damien Tourret, Researcher at IMDEA Materials & Marie Skłodowska Curie fellow (CINEMA, GA nº 842795) will talk about
Discover how our grandchildren's LEDs will be in this TEDx talk by our colleague Rubén Costa.
Our researchers will help the National Police solving a case in a new season of IMDEA-CSI. Next September 27 at 18:00 hours. Fancy joining us? This activity is part of the Researchers' Night Madrid 2019
The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed 2019 as the International Year of the Periodic Table. Among the many activities that are being developed in Spain, the Royal Spanish Society of Chemistry (RSEQ) has just published an interactive periodic table where we can enjoy a short and didactic
Great work of our workers at the Madrid Fair for Science and Innovation 2019 last March. Thank you all!
It was a great opportunity to have been able to transmit the research of excellence in science and materials engineering to all those attending the Fair. Helping to awaken the interest to solve the challenges of society and promote sustainable development in Madrid. Researchers from IMDEA Materials
Last week we participated in the program "4ºESO + empresa", through which high school students of the Lourdes School made an approach to an adult work environment and thus better understand the world of work.
Last Tuesday, February 8, IMDEA Materials opened the doors to children of the Community of Madrid to have the opportunity to know the great work done by women scientists and transmit them the enthusiasm they have in science. In the following link you can see a brief explanation of the activities
Are you interested in learning how we contribute to improve 3D printing of metals?, do you want to manufacture composite materials or learn how to improve the fire behabiour of plastics?. You can visit us next November 14th as part of Madrid Science Week!
A delegation from the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) recently visited IMDEA Materials Institute´s facilities with the objective of exploring possible future lines of collaboration in the field of materials science and engineering.
The past 4th of May, IMDEA Materials Institute took part in the “Graphene Market Place” event, organised by Airbus in Getafe (Madrid), which counted with the participation of the 2010 Physics Nobel Prize, Konstantin Novoselov. Novoselov gave a talk in which besides explaining the simple exfoliation
The European Researchers’ Night Madrid 2016 will take place next Friday 30th of September 2016. The events showcase what researchers really do for society, in interactive and engaging ways, and promote research careers to young people and their parents. IMDEA Materials participates in the
Various researchers from IMDEA Materials Institute participate in the following activities (ES): Investigadores en la empresa. European corner Dentro de la actividad Investigadores en la empresa. European corner tendreis la posibilidad de conocer a varios Investigadores
The European researchers' nights are events dedicated to popular science and fun learning. They are an opportunity to meet researchers, talk to them, and to find out what they really do for society, in interactive and engaging ways. This can be through hands-on experiments, science shows,