Sustainable Design of 3D-printed Responsive Interfaces for Electrically Monitoring Bistable (Supra)Molecular Switches: Towards 3D-Printed Logic Gates - MSCA project
The R3DINBOW project (nº 101027867) has risen with the aim of exploring 3D-printed electronic devices as unconventional transducing platforms to harbor active (supra)molecular components capable of processing information at the molecular level, by following 3 specific research objectives (ROs): RO1. Application of eco-friendly approaches for the fabrication of 3D-printed responsive interfaces; RO2. Testing & optimization of bistable (supra)molecular switches on 3D-printed responsive interfaces by EIS; and RO3. Development of a sustainable approach for engineering metal-based 3D-printed responsive interfaces. These goals have been possible to be achieved by the innovative action of combining i) 3D printing technology, ii) molecular engineering, iii) green chemistry, and iv) electrochemistry.
Projects carried out
6 different works resulted from the R3DINBOW project (see My Projects Section). Dr J. M. acknowledges the financial support from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement no. 101027867.
Dr. Jose Muñoz
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,
08193 Bellaterra (Barcelona), Spain
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