Our POLYMAT-University of the Basque Country project coordinator, Dr. David Meverreyes, is spending a few weeks at DEAKIN University (Australia). This is being be a great opportunity for him to get to know Prof. Maria Forsyth’s group and discuss the next steps of the IONBIKE developments. Have a great time in Australia, David!

Dr. Melissa Moya Granados, a researcher from Universidad de Ciencias Médicas – UCIMED, is spending one month at POLYMAT-University of the Basque Country (Spain). Current discussions with the group of Dr. David Mecerreyes will lead to new collaborations in the field of iongels for bioelectronics. We are happy to have you onboard, Melissa!

Liliana Tomé, a researcher from POLYMAT-Univeristy of the Basque Country (Spain), visited our partners at CONICET (Argentina). First, she had the opportunity to hold discussions with Universidad Nacional de Litoral’s colleagues in Santa Fé. Can you see any other known faces on the picture? Yes, those are IONBIKE members Roque Minari, Ana Dos Santos and […]

Ana Patricia Dos Santos Martins, an early stage researcher from POLYMAT (Spain), is already enjoying her stay at CONICET-Universidad del Litoral (Argentina). During her four-month stay, Ana will be making progress towards the characterisation of innovative iongel membranes. Here you can see Ana’s poster at the Symposium Argentino de Polímeros in Buenos Aires. A great venue […]

Georgios Nikifiridis, an early stage researcher from KAUST (Saudi Arabia), is currently at POLYMAT-University of the Basque Country. During four weeks, Georgios will explore new pathways for the synthesis of iongels precursos. We hope you enjoy the experience, Georgios!

Emma Antonio Cuello, an early stage researcher from CONICET-Universidad de Río Cuarto (Argentina, is currently at POLYMAT (Spain). During a three-month secondment and under the supervision of Dr. David Mecerreyes, Emma will gain knowledge on the pathways to synthetise innovative iongels. Enjoy your stay, Emma!

Antonella Gallastegui and Daniela Minudri are researchers from CONICET-Universidad de Río Cuarto (Argentina). Thanks to the IONBIKE RISE project they will be spending seven months at POLYMAT, where they will gain expertise on the development of iongels precursos. We wish Antonella and Daniela a happy stayin San Sebastian and fruitful collaborations within the Innovative Polymers […]