Power/green electronics, thermal storage and energy optimisation
The Research Group on High-Frequency Nanoelectronic Devices and the Research Group on Energy Optimization, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics in the Applied Physics department are willing to collaborate in EUROGIA international consortiums.
The experience of these research groups focuses on the following topics:
Research Group on High-Frequency Nanoelectronic Devices
* Design and simulation of nanodevices and power electronics devices, including devices for high-frequency applications.
* DC and RF, and noise device characterization.
Research Group on Energy Optimization, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
* Energy converters and their optimization, including CSP systems and thermal storage.
- F2 Solar
- G6 Electronics & appliances
- I3 Thermal storage
Company: University of Salamanca
Type of Organisation: University
Brief description of my Organisation
Being founded in 1218, the University of Salamanca is one of the three oldest universities in Europe, accumulating 800 years of history, boasting a wide range of Faculties and Research Institutes in Sciences and Arts, which places it as one of the leading institutions both in basic and translational research in Spain, Europe and worldwide.
The University of Salamanca provides a well suited academic and research atmosphere to close to 25.500 student/year (both undergraduate and postgraduate), and more than 1.700 researches ( plus 800 Associate Professors) distributed in 64 University Departments, 16 Faculties and Schools, 10 Universities Schools, 12 Institutes, as well as several Research Units which cover Social, Biomedical, Art, Experimental and Formal Sciences.
All the human resources, the characteristics of its facilities and the availability of state-of-the-art instrumental equipment guarantee a vast scientific and technologic production activities and a continuous offer of scientific dissemination to the Society.