Grup de Propietats Tèrmiques de Materials en la Nanoescala (GTNaM)

Organisation profile

Organisation profile

The Group of Thermal Properties of Nanoscale Materials (GTNaM) is a multidisciplinary group
with researchers from 3 different institutions (UAB, ICN2-CSIC and UPC) and complementary
expertise covering theoretical, experimental and more applied activities revolving around
thermal properties of matter. The members of the group have been collaborating for many years
now to achieve a better comprehension of thermal and transport properties in a variety of
materials with the final goal to build more efficient thermal-based devices for energy
scavenging, thermal management or thermal sensing. Our activities span from the development of
new, state-of-the-art, measurement tools to access heat capacity, phase transitions and phonon
transport in low-dimensional solids to the development of theoretical models that account for
non-Fourier effects in heat transport and can be linked to numerical simulation tools for a
better understanding of heat transfer and thermoelectricity in solids. 


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