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Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)

Street
Kelsen 5
ZIP Code
28049
City
Madrid
Country
Spain


Company Profile:
The Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC, Spanish National Research Council) is the largest public research organisation in Spain. CSIC is a multidisciplinary organisation with 130 centres located nationwide, and Ceramic and Glass Institute (Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio) is one of them. CSIC files an average of 60 international (PCT) and 180 Spanish patent applications and signs more than 60 technology licenses each year.
Profiltitel

New hybrid electrolytes for High Temperature - Proton Exchange Membranes Fuel Cells (HT-PEMFC)

What we offer:
Our research has been focused on two issues: modification of Nafion membranes and new inorganic and hybrid organic / inorganic membranes. The objective in both is to increase the temperature of the fuel cell to values ​​between 100 and 200 ° C. The combination of inorganic alkoxides, organically modified alkoxides and monomers has allowed the production of nanostructured materials with high proton conductivity and excellent thermal and chemical stability.
We offer materials already developed and awaiting a stage of optimization for a specific industrial application.
Its main advantage over currently used membranes is a higher fuel cell working temperature which allows using hydrogen of lower purity, reducing Pt catalysts and simplification of humidification / pressurization systems.

What we are looking for:
Partners/customers (companies and applied technology centres) for implementation of this new type of fuel cell membranes for HT-PEMFC in different industrial sectors: automotive, electronic devices, residential, etc..

Collaboration sought:
  • Technical cooperation
  • Commercial cooperation
  • R&D cooperation


Responsible

Mr Dr. Mario Aparicio

Researcher
Profiltitel

Film-shaped Li4Ti5O12 electrode and hybrid organic/inorganic electrolytes for lithium-ion microbatteries

What we offer:
1) Film-shaped nanostructured Li4Ti5O12 electrode with thickness up to one micrometer. The main advantage is that the nanoscale distribution allows a rapid lithium ion movement inside the electrode leading to a fast charge-discharge process.
2) Nanostructured hybrid organic/inorganic solid electrolytes with thickness up to ten micrometers. The solid nature of the electrolyte, compared to the explosive and toxic liquids currently used, allows for greater safety, manufacturing flexibility and miniaturization.

What we are looking for:
Partners/customers (companies and applied technology centers) interested in deepening in this research with the idea of approaching an industrial application.

Collaboration sought:
  • Technical cooperation
  • R&D cooperation


Responsible

Mr Dr. Mario Aparicio

Researcher
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