Open call for JAE Intro 2020: CSIC Introduction to research grants for University students

Open call for JAE Intro 2020: CSIC Introduction to research grants for University students

News UNDER AND POST-GRADUATE STUDENTS 09 March 2020 777 hits Anna May Masnou

The CSIC launches the JAE-Intro 2020: Introduction to research fellowships for University students with the objective to introduce students to research career. Open call from 9 March to 9 April 2020.

The ICMAB offers a total of 15 projects within this call in Materials Science and Technology and in Chemical Science and Technology (Scientific Area: Matter): smart molecular electronic devices, organic electronics devices, 3D hydrogels for immunotheraphy cancer cells culture, bacterial cellulose for cell culture, 2D organic electronics for sensing, materials for IoT batteries, nanophotonics, 2D molecular crystals for clean energy applications, flexible electronics, dielectric oxinitrides, bacterial cellulose patterning with nanoparticles, 2D graphene-like materials,  influence of mechanical strain on magnetism, supramolecular polimers or biofotonic absorption materials. 

The 250 fellowships offered by the CSIC, of 3,000 € each for 5 consecutive months, with the possibility to extend it to 4 more months and with 3,000 € more.

The funded and mentored research training period will be at one of CSIC’s research institutes during the academic year 2019-2020. 

The call is for university students with an excellent academic record. Applicants should have an average grade equal or higher than 8.00 (Arts and Humanities, Sciences, Health Sciences and Social and Legal Sciences) or than 7.00 (Engineering and Architecture). 

The scholarships are for university students coursing the degree on 2019-2020 (with at least 80 % of credits), or who are studying an official university master during 2019-2020 or are going to be students of official university master in the year 20120-2021.

The objective is to initiate them in the research activity in the diverse scientific areas, and to enable them to be in contact with the CSIC institutes or research centers. 

ICMAB offered projects:


  • JAEINT20_EX_0518: Materials for IoT batteries (M. Rosa Palacín)

Oxide electronics:

  • JAEINT20_EX_0820: Topological Nanophotonic Metasurfaces (Gervasi Herranz)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0927: Síntesis y caracterización de oxinitruros de metales de transición con propiedades dieléctricas (Amparo Fuertes)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0956: Influencia de la deformación mecánica en el magnetismo de capas delgadas de Fe2O3 sobre mica (Martí Gich)

Molecular electronics:

  • JAEINT20_EX_0128: Preparation of smart materials for novel molecular electronic devices (Núria Crivillers)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0197: Organic electronics: Microstructure from the Molecular to Device Scale (Esther Barrena)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0401: Design of 2D organic materials for sensing applications (Núria Aliaga)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0889: Two-dimensional molecular crystals of interest for clean energy and environmental applications (Carmen Ocal)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0924: Moléculas orgánicas para la electrónica flexible (Marta Mas-Torrent)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0527: Preparación de polímeros supramoleculares basados en curcuminoides y su inmovilización en superficies (Arántzazu González)


  • JAEINT20_EX_0305: 3D hydrogels under a flow for cancer immunotherapies (Judit Guasch)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0310: Celulosa bacteriana: nuevo material para cultivos celulares (Anna Laromaine)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0933: Ad-hoc patterning of bacterial cellulose films with functional inorganic nanoparticles (Anna Roig)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0953: Rolling up 2D graphene-like materials (Gerard Tobias)

  • JAEINT20_EX_0341: Diseño, síntesis y propiedades de sistemas ópticos activos en procesos de absorción bifotónica (Rosario Núñez)

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