Material Physics Center

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Material Physics Center

1. About the University CFM currently hosts more than 100 professionals, among which 17 belong to the UPV/EHU permanent staff, 14 to CSIC permanent staff, and 4 have joined CFM through IKERBASQUE Research Professorships. The research groups also incorporate 26 junior researchers, and 31 graduate students. Researchers receive continuous support from a 11-persons strong team, in administrative, technical, computing and project management activities.At CFM, research activities are grouped along four main lines, although the structure remains fully horizontal and we actively seek cross-linked, multidisciplinary research. The four lines are Photonics, Polymers and Soft Matter, Chemical Physics of Complex Materials and Electronic Properties at the Nanoscale. You can learn more about their activities here 2. About Academics/campus/affiliated colleges The MPC – Materials Physics Center – is a non-profit organisation founded by Ikerbasque – Basque Foundation for Science , the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council – Diputación Foral de Guipuzcoa / Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia – and Donostia International Physics Center – DIPC. The MPC was first established on 3rd April 2009, and is registered since 23rd April 2009 as a Center for Basic Research and Excellence in the Basque Network for Science, Technology and Innovation.MPC’s long term objective is becoming an intellectual forum and international landmark for excellence in material science. MPC promotes and carries out activities in fundamental and oriented research, thus decisively contributing to knowledge generation based in research excellence, post-graduated training and spreading of popular science.Since its beginnings, the structural organisation and activities of MPC have been coordinated with those of Centro de Física de Materiales (CFM), which is a joint center by the University of Basque Country (UPV/EHU) and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). Indeed, MPC does not intend to be self-sufficient, but rather to remain tightly associated with CFM, and with the public institutions supporting it. 3. University The Materials Physics Department of the University of the Basque Country and the Materials Physics Center, in collaboration with CIC nanoGUNE and Donostia International Physics Center in San Sebastian (Spain), are currently offering an attractive postgraduate program in nanoscience, ’Physics of Nanostructures and Advanced Materials’ is a Ph.D. program of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) which has been recognized by the Spanish Ministry of Education as a highly-qualified PhD Program (Mención hacia la excelencia MEE2011-0591). 4. Research from the University “Chemical Physics of Complex Materials” “Electronic Properties at the Nanoscale” “Photonics” “Polymers and Soft Matter”