Funded under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie programme, Quantimony was launched in December 2020 to foster industrial and academic research in the field of antimony-based semiconductor materials. With a duration of 48 months, Quantimony brings together seven universities, one research institute, two large corporations and one SME, enhanced by thirteen partner organizations, to provide high-level training to 14 early-stage researchers in the field of III-Sb semiconductors. The programme will cover all aspects of scientific and engineering training from material growth through to industrial exploitation.
April 20-22, 2022
Lancaster University, Lancaster (UK)
AAB & Transferable Skills Training Event
Our first Transferable Skills Training event and our Annual AAB meeting took place as a mixed online/onsite event at Lancaster University, Lancaster (UK). Quantimony’s fellows received trainings in horizontal skills from Dr Katy Mahoney, an expert Researcher coach from Vitae Ltd. These skills training modules dealt with: project management for researchers, research ethics and engagement […]
18 March 2022
Industry Day @AIXTRON
Our first Industry Day, organised by AIXTRON, took place as an online event on March 18th 2022. This event brings representatives of our project partners’ spin-offs, SMES and large companies, as well as external companies. Speakers will share with our PhD students their experince in diverse application fields. We were forced by COVID prevention measures […]
January 24, 2022
Press Release – CSIC coordinates an ITN in quantum semiconductors
The Instituto de Micro y NanoTecnología (IMN-CSIC), Quantimony’s coordinator, features on the CSICs news page. The article focuses on the potential impact of Quantimony’s research on III Sb semiconductors and the inersectoral and international dimension of its PhD training programme. Read the article HERE.