Sergi Colominas Fuster, PhD
- Design, development and characterisation of electrochemical sensors for molten metals.
- Design, development and characterisation of electrochemical biosensors.
School of Engineering
Electrochemistry and Bioanalysis Group
EQBA's activity is structured around the different analytical, spectrometric, chromatographic, electrochemical and optical techniques, both in their application and in their development.
EUTECTIC (Producción industrial de la aleación eutéctica de litio plomo enriquecida en Li-6 : material estratégico en Tecnología de Fusión)
Material estratégico de la tecnología energética del s. XXI: mejor material regenerador de combustible, para reactores de Fusión Nuclear
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Electrochemistry and Bioanalysis Group (EQBA)
The FusionCAT project comes to an end
Researchers with the Electrometric Methods Laboratory at IQS formed part of FusionCAT, a project that has made it possible to bring a dynamic scientific community together in Catalonia that was able to make rather significant contributions in the field of fusion.READ FULL NEW
New electrochemical lithium sensors
Dr Marc Nel·lo recently defended his doctoral thesis at IQS, in which he developed electrochemical lithium sensors that are suitable for being applied in future fusion reactors, thus opening the doors to advances in this type of energy.READ FULL NEW