Graphene Taskforce Group of the CSIC which coordinates the proposal provides a high level in theoretical development that, with a high predictive capacity, have allowed to understand basic properties of graphene in a very short time since its discovery. Both UAM and CSIC have an extensive career in the physics of surfaces and growth in ultra-high vacuum carbon materials (Nanotubes, Fullerenes, Graphene), and provide the latest techniques of high resolution characterization of in-situ the systems and atomic level: STM, LEED, a two-dimensional detector that allows to obtain XPS SAM dated XPS images on different surfaces, ARUPS and IRAS with polarization modulator, one giving them few such equipment connected to a camera's ultra-high vacuum in the world. All this is complemented with the CSIC laboratory for the characterization of magnetism (2 SQUIDS and 1 mSv) and magnetic transport (2 PPMS), to macroscopic scale and local probe (Cluster of AFM microscopes), able to operate in a wide range of conditions (2.8 K 300 K) and H00 Tesla, 14 Tesla. UAM contributes with an installation for the growth of single crystals of calcogenures. UAM Group will carry out measures with spectroscopy tunnel in different environments (ultra high vacuum, low temperatures). In particular, will use the technique of tips superconducting, in order to directly probe the Cooper pairs in very thin layers and a cryostat with helium 3 with scanning tunneling microscope superconductor tip for spectroscopy Josephson's sweep.

Pilar López Sancho (IP), Mª Ángeles Hernández Vozmediano, Mar García Hernández, Federico José Mompeán García, José Ángel Martín Gago, Pedro de Andrés Rodríguez, María Francisca López Fagundez, Carmen Munuera López, Roberto Fabián Luccas, Jon Azpeitia Urkia, Pablo San José Martín, Alberto Cortijo Fernández, Tobías Stauber, Rafael Roldán Toro, Bruno Amorim, Héctor Ochoa de Eguillor, Yago Ferreirós Bas, Vicenzo Parente, Ángel Gutiérrez Rubio, Vicente M. Arjona Romano, Andrés Castellanos Gómez, Carlos Roldán Hernández

IMDEA Energy is divided into six research units distinct but interrelated comprising different disciplines and areas of expertise. The units involved in the present project and make up the Group of applications in renewable energy (GAEL) are the unit Electrochemical Processes and Unit of Termochemical Processes. Electrochemical Processes Unit, led by Prof. Marc Anderson, works fundamentally in electrochemical storage of energy both in systems of high energy density as the batteries and high power systems as the supercapacitors. The lines of research of the unit are backbone the development of new more efficient materials for the electrochemical storage of power. The members of the group involved in this project have published more than 65 articles in international journals. They have presented more than 30 contributions to national congresses international, many as oral presentations and they have 6 international patents; and in the last anoshan participated or participate in more than 15 projects national or European, some of them related this project. The members of the research team are also participating base networks and international associations like the JTI's hydrogen and fuel cells, or the joint programme on energy storage of the European Alliance for research in energy (EERA) where the Institute participates as an associate member.

Francisco Jesús Palma del Val (IP), Rebeca Marcilla García, Javier Fermoso Domínguez, Prabhas Jana, Enrique García-Quismondo, Jaime Sánchez Sánchez, Fernando Fresno García, Patricia Reñones Brasa, Afshin Pendashteh, Cleis Santos Santos, Alba García Sánchez, Ignacio José Villar García, Kevin Toquero Gabuat

RedLab 369 OPERANDO LAB. Structure-Performance Relationship Under Work Conditions Laboratory, Víctor Antonio de la Peña, Laura García Firgaira, Fernando Picó Morón

IMDEA Nanoscience, coordinated by Dr. Francisco Guinea, has extensive experience in manufacturing and characterization of thin films. Some Member of the Group (F. Calleja, D. Ecija, M. Garnica) are pioneers internationally in the manufacture of monolayer Graphene on catalytic metals (Ru, Ir) under UHV conditions and his later characterization by LTSTMy STS. In addition, the magnetic Functionalization of Graphene on Ru, using the TCNQ molecules have recently been shown. Functionalisation Covalent with other molecules in Graphene on Ru (E. Pérez, M. Bernal) has started in the last year. In the past two years, (F. Luo, M. Rodríguez, D. Granados) group has dedicated part of its efforts to the implementation underway of various systems of normal CVD and low vacuum for the production of monolayer and multilayer Graphene on catalytic metals (Cu, Ni, Ti, Ru, Ir). Recently works for the manufacture of suspended membranes of MoS2 (D. Granados) have begun to study of their optical properties. The Group has an international reputacion in spectroscopy prube pump in fsnsms (J. Cabanillas, J. Gierschner, S. Varghese) and nano-optics (R. Wannemacher, D. Granados) regime. In the Group works researchers of international renown in the characterization of the mechanical properties of Graphene one layer and dicalcogenure metals, with solid experience in the characterization and simulation of the mechanical properties of surfaces to scale Nano. This includes the research of friction, wear and adhesion phenomena, as well as the controlled manipulation of organic molecules and nanoislands over surfaces by AFM air and in liquid media (E. Gnecco, P. Nita, S. Casado).

Francisco Guinea López (IP), Manuela Garnica Alonso, Santiago Casado Rojo, Johannes Geirschner, Marta Mroz, Juan Cabanillas González, Feng Luo, Fabian Calleja Mitja, Emilio Pérez, Mar Bernal Ortega, David Écija Fernández, Manuel Rodríguez Osorio, Pawel Nita, Alberto Martín Jiménez, José Ángel Silva Guillén, Francesca Finocchiaro, Luca Chirolli, Víctor Rollano García, Fernando Jiménez Urbanos, Teresa Naranjo Sánchez, Mariano Vera Hidalgo

RedLab 279 Advanced Optics Characterization Laboratory (LabCOA), Reinhold Wannermacher

RedLab 363 Micro & Nanofabrication Laboratory (NanoFabLab), Daniel Granados Ruiz, Fernando Jiménez Urbanos, Fabiola Mogollón Quiroga

IMDEA Materials groups involved in this project (Nanomechanics and Multifunctional Nanocomposites) are engaged in the production and study of macroscopic materials nanostructured(carbon, semiconductors and metals). They have a semi-industrial reactor for production of macroscopic fibers (30 Micron diameter, km long) (CNT) carbon nanotubes. This macroscopic nanostructured material example is technologically interesting for its properties in bulto: Similar mechanics to carbon fiber, electrical and thermal conductivity than metals, specific surface (300 m2/g) and sensing ability. As their macroscopic properties reflect the outcome of the assembly of multiple nanocarbons is an ideal system for measuring physical processes observed at the nanoscopic level to macroscopic scale: piezoresistivity in assemblies in multilayers nanoparticles, processes of transfer of charge between nanocarbons and semiconductors, photocatalysis, photovoltaic, sensing and energy storage. Nanomechanics group has wide in the study of processes of deformation in nano / micro scale and its incorporation into mechanics models multiscale, surface properties and microstructural study of composite by tomography beams X. IMDEA Materials Group has 3 patents on synthesis of nanomaterials under industrial exploitation, other one on Nano Graphene and other drivers using the Union's structures , currently developing with Airbus Operations. Members participate in 9 projects of R + D with nanomaterials (4 European projects, 2 industrial and 3 national).

Juan José Vilatela García (IP), Jon Molina Aldareguia, Belén Alemán, Miguel Monclús, Federico Sket, Alfonso Monreal Bernal

RedLab 361 Nanomaterials Synthesis Laboratory (SYNANO), Víctor Reguero

Both the physics of surfaces and the probe microscopies have a long tradition in the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. Participating groups have been pioneers in developing instruments of some give them techniques, in particular the development of microscopy scanning, not only in Spain but also international in tunnel scale. UAM Group consists of researchers with recognized expertise in a broad experimental technical giving access to the crystal structure, electronic ctates and magnetic, chemical or electronic psychrometric of artificial materials of low dimensions (surfaces, epitaxial layers ultra thin, wires and quantum dots) or nanostructures on conditions ultra high vacuum. In recent years UAM Group has been studied in detail the growth of Graphene on several substrates on metal and Silicon Carbide. They have studied the adsorption of molecules in films of graphene and the evolution of its electronic structure and to a lesser extent Boron Nitride BN. The impact, atomic, of point defects in the eletrical properties, structural and magnetic scale of Graphene has been studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy.

Amadeo López Vázquez de Parga (IP), Roberto Otero, Iván Brihuega, José Gabriel Rodrigo, Cristina Gómez Navarro, Elsa Prada, Félix Yndurain, Guillermo Gómez Santos, Gabino Rubio, Carlos Eduardo Salgado García, Jorge Quereda Bernabéu