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Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Sevilla - ICMS

The Institute of Materials Science (ICMS) was created in 1986. In 1996, it moved to new premises at the Isla de la Cartuja, combining with two other Mixed Institutes to make up the Isla de la Cartuja Scientific Research Centre (Junta de Andalucia - Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas - Universidad de Sevilla). The Institute comprises three research units housed in the building at the Isla de la Cartuja and an external unit at the Physics Faculty on the Reina Mercedes campus. Today it incorporates research groups of CSIC and the University of Seville. The aim of these groups is to unite efforts in various areas of solid-state physics and chemistry, physical chemistry of surfaces, and other related disciplines of materials science. Such activity seeks to contribute to scientific development within the Research Plans of both regional and state authorities, and their EU equivalents, in the field of materials science and technology.

 

Organization Chart

 

Deputy Director

Director: Alfonso Caballero Martinez
Vicedirectora: Ana Isabel Becerro Nieto

 

 

Institute Board

Director y Presidente de la Junta de Instituto: Alfonso Caballero Martinez
Vicedirectora del Instituto: Ana Isabel Becerro Nieto

Representante U.I. Catálisis para el Medioambiente y la Energía: Juan Pedro Holgado Vázquez
Representante U.I. Ingeniería de Cerámicos para ambientes extremos: María Dolores Alba Carranza
Representante U.I. Mecanoquímica y Reactividad de Materiales: Luis A. Pérez Maqueda
Representante U.I. Materiales Funcionales Nanoestructurados: Juan Pedro Espinós Manzorro
Representante U.I. Diseño de Materiales Ópticos: Hernán R. Míguez García
Representante U.I. Externa: Angela Gallardo Löpez
Representante del Profesorado de plantilla de la Universidad de Sevilla: *
Representante del Personal Científico de plantilla del CSIC: Juan Carlos Sánchez López
Representante del Personal No Profesorado y No Científico de Plantilla: Juan Carlos Martín Sánchez

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