Today, July 23rd, the CIQUS PhD student Diego Ramón Rodríguez Lojo obtained the maximum qualification for the defense of his Doctoral Thesis entitled "Synthesis of nanosized acenes, phenes and starphenes by aryne cycloadditions, and study of their properties". His work has been supervised by Prof. Dolores Pérez and Prof. Diego Peña.
CIQUS researchers develop an extremely simple procedure to obtain nanosized graphenes, which will be crucial in future electronic devices. This research was made in collaboration with IBM Research - Zurich, and it describes the synthesis of a nanographene, a type of compound that could lead to the future graphene-based electronic devices. The results have been published in the prestigious scientific journal «Angewandte Chemie».
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