LICROX 1st Year Review Meeting

The LICROX Work Package Leaders gathered virtually on the 28th of October to share with the European Commission the updates and developments of the project during its first year. The review covered the activities that LICROX has been carrying out for the last 12 months. The European Commission examined the degree to which the work […]

LICROX 3rd consortium meeting

The LICROX consortium gathered virtually on the 1st of October to share the project’s updates and developments. The meeting was this time hosted by ICFO. The meeting started with a welcome message from Jordi Martorell and Alastair Cunningham (ICFO) who shared an introduction to ICFO and particularly, to the ICFO groups working on light for […]

Meet LICROX’s External Advisory Board: Prof. Michael Gräetzel

Prof. Michael Grätzel is a professor at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) where he directs the Laboratory of Photonics and Interfaces since 1977. He graduated from the Free University of Berlin and in 1971 he earned the Doctor of Philosophy in natural science from the Technical University of Berlin. In 1976 he earned […]

Meet LICROX’s External Advisory Board: Dr. Emanuele Instuli

Dr. Instuli is a group leader at De Nora, working in the electrochemistry field. He obtained his PhD in Chemistry from the Università degli Studi di Padova in 2008, after which he worked for three years as a research associate at Imperial College London working in the group of Tim Albrecht on Nanofabrication. He then […]

Meet LICROX’s External Advisory Board: Dr. Carolina Gimbert

Carolina Gimbert Suriñach obtained her PhD from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) in 2008 under the supervision of Prof. A. Vallribera, working on the development of new sustainable organocatalytic processes. After one year as an assistant professor at the same university, she moved to the University of New South Wales (UNSW) to undertake postdoctoral […]

Meet LICROX’s External Advisory Board: Prof. Dr. Maximilian Fleischer

Prof. Dr. Max Fleischer studied technical physics and received his PhD from TU- Munich, his habilitation and honorary professorship from the TU-Budapest and became an honorary member of the Hungarian Academy of Science. He has been a long-years member of the Corporate Technology of Siemens, advancing gas sensors for various applications, tunable laser and IR-spectroscopy […]

LICROX 2nd consortium Meeting

The LICROX consortium gathered virtually for a two-day meeting on the 17th and 18th of March to share updates and developments six months after its kick-off meeting. The representatives from the seven consortium partners were joined by Francesco Matteucci, European Innovation Council (EIC) representative, who gave a short introduction and explanation about the launch of […]

LICROX participates in Research Meets Industry

Last week the LICROX consortium participated in the virtual gathering “Research Meets Industry” organized by the FET project BRIEFING: Bridging the FET Innovation Gap. During the event, the participating projects presented their breakthrough innovations to an audience of companies, corporates, research institutions and business stakeholders. Prof. Antoni Llobet introduced the audience to LICROX, during the […]

LICROX’s External Advisory Board member Michael Grätzel wins Frontiers of Knowledge Award

The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in the Basic Sciences category has gone in this thirteenth edition to Michael Grätzel from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland) member of LICROX’s External Advisory Board (EAB), and Paul Alivisatos from University of California, Berkeley (United States) for their fundamental contributions to the development of new […]