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The aim of CARINHYPH is to hierarchically ensemble functional nanomaterials into novel nanocarbon-inorganic hybrid structures for energy generation by means of photocatalytic hydrogen production, the nanocarbons being carbon nanotubes and graphene.

The scientific activities foreseen in the project include the development of new functionalisation strategies targeted at improving charge transfer in hybrids and therefore their photocatalytic activity, and in transferring these synergistic effects by assembling the hybrid units into macroscopic structures.


First workshop on nanostructured materials for light harvesting technologies

IMDEA Materials Institute, Madrid 25-26 November 2015

This 2-day workshop brings together three networks of Europe....+


Science week Madrid 2014

CARINHYPH project organices an outreach activity during the upcoming science we....+


Latest project results presented at NANO 2014 conference

Prof. D. Eder's group, from Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster (WWU), presented latest resuts of the project on charge / energy transfer in ....+