Dr. Miguel Muñoz Rojo was invited to give a presentation on thermal management with 2D materials in the twelfth European School on Molecular Nanoscience (ESMolNa2019-http://www.icmol.es/esmolna2019/index.php?menu=home).This event took place in Alicante (Spain), bringing together a multidisciplinary group of scientists who talked about 2D materials, supramolecular chemistry, molecular electronics and molecular magnetism.
The molecular region of Nanoscience is still a region that has been scarcely explored in Nanoscience, maybe because the larger structural and electronic complexity of molecules, compared with that found in simpler atom-based nano-objects and nanostructures, make them more difficult to study at the nanoscale with the currently available instrumental techniques. Albeit, it is in this molecular region where molecular chemists, biologists, physicists and engineers working in Nanoscience may find the best opportunities to interact and to converge.
The European School on Molecular Nanoscience (ESMolNa2019) intends to provide a suitable framework to show and extensively discuss the state-of-the-art in these multidisciplinary areas. Lectures are aimed at the post-graduate level as they will be presented to an audience primarily formed by post-graduate, PhD students and postdoctoral fellows. In fact, the School will be the last part of an intensive Advanced Course of three weeks organized in the frame of a Master in Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. This meeting also intends to be a forum where the active European scientific groups working in these areas will have the opportunity to meet and informally discuss with the younger generations.
This training school is organized by the Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol) of the Universitat de València, the Instituto de Bioingeniería (IB) of the Universidad Miguel Hernández and the COST Action MOLSPIN: Molecular Spintronics (Action Number: CA15128).