New publication from the UB team

Predicting Resistance Changes in Light-Activated Gas Sensors: A New Phenomenological Model FOXES partners at the University of Barcelona (UB) have developed a phenomenological model that accurately predicts resistance changes in light-activated gas sensors. This model relies solely on a set of parameters determined in advance through dedicated experiments. Light activation offers a superior alternative...

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New publication from FOXES’ partner MCL

Martina Angermann and co-workers have developed an effective method for depositing highly conductive thin films of ruthenium dioxide (RuO2) from aqueous chemical solution deposition. The method is not only simple and inexpensive, but also uses only environmentally friendly solvents (water and acetic acid) and could offer great advantages for industrial applications. Conductive metal oxides...

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New synergies for FOXES

The project FOXES has become part of the Thematic Portfolio “Solar Energy Conversion” of the EIC Pathfinder Programme. Thematic portfolios are groups of EU-Funded projects that share common goals and work in the same scientific and/or business domain. They are overseen by Programme Managers that have the task to facilitate the innovation journeys of...

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FOXES on JUST Magazine

Marco De Luca and Anton Köck have been interviewed by the Austrian on-line magazine JUST, where they have explained the potential of nanosensors for environmental monitoring and the vision of the project FOXES. Below an English translation of the original article (in German) Nanotechnology to monitor buildings and the environment Scientists at the Materials...

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Synergies under the sun

The projects FOXES and GreEnergy have become partner projects! Both projects aim at realizing fully integrated systems for harvesting and storing solar energy, to enable smart devices that never need to be charged from an external power supply and  do not depend on batteries. The projects differ however in their technological approach: while FOXES...

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