Internship at INMA

INMA offers the opportunity for students to carry out research internships at the Institute. These students are integrated into the research team of the Institute developing their specific research activity within a reference research group. They learn to function in the world of science and research as well as receive specific scientific-technical training and participate in the following activities:

– Attendance and participation in the periodic meetings of the research group.
– Attendance at scientific seminars, courses and training activities organized by INMA.
– Attendance and participation in dissemination events organized by the Scientific Culture Unit of INMA.

The selection criteria for students for this type of practices will always be by professional merit and academic records trying to make a recruitment of talent for the Institute.

To be eligible for this type of internship the student must contact directly with the research groups or researchers who develop scientific tasks related to their interests.

UNIVERSA internship

This type of internship allows Bachelor's or Master's degree students to work within the framework of a research group at INMA.

PI2 program

Carrying out university internships aimed at talented students for their initiation to research at INMA. The PI2 program funding by the INMA is limited to the realization of TFMs in the framework of extracurricular practices in research activities PEX.

COURSE 2021 – 2022

Subject: Aplications of Artificial Inteligence to Physics. Supervisor: Luis Martín Moreno. Group: Quantum Materials and Devices (QMD)
Student: Sin asignar
Internship program: Prácticas UNIVERSA o Programa PI2

Subject: Virus Detection in Environmental Samples using Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy. Supervisor: Pilar Pina. Group: Películas y Partículas Nanoestructuradas (NFP)
Student: Sin asignar
Internship program: Prácticas UNIVERSA o Programa PI2

Subject: Conformado y Caracterización Estructural de Cerámicas Soporte de Membranas de CO2. Supervisor: Rosa Isabel Merino. Group: Procesado y Caracterización de Cerámicas Estructurales y Funcionales (ProCaCef)
Student: Pedro Antonio Alonso Sánchez
Internship program: Prácticas UNIVERSA

Subject: El trabajo se centrará en el crecimiento de películas delgadas de óxidos de bicapas ferromagnético (FM)/superconductor(SC) mediante láser pulsado (PLD) con el objetivo de realizar medidas de corrientes de espín. Se optimizará cada material por separado sobre los sustratos adecuados y una vez obtenidas las propiedades deseadas se fabricarán bicapas FM/SC y SC/FM de diferentes espesores sobre sustratos con la geometría adecuada para las medidas del efecto Seebeck de Espín (SSE). Supervisor: Irene Lucas. Group: Magnetismo en nano-estructuras y sus aplicaciones (MAGNA)
Student: Pedro Antonio Alonso Sánchez
Internship program: Programa PI2

Subject: Medidas de capacidad calorífica de materiales magnéticos. Caracterización magnética, con sensores SQUID, de materiales magnéticos. Experimentos de resonancia paramagnética electrónica sobre materiales magnéticos. Supervisor: Fernando Luis & Marcos Rubín. Group: Quantum Materials and Devices (QMD)
Student: Juan Zueco Vincelle
Internship program: Prácticas UNIVERSA

Subject: Preparación de blancos para crecimiento de láminas delgadas. Crecimiento de láminas delgadas. Caracterización de las láminas crecidas y optimización del procedimiento. Supervisor: Mª Ángeles Laguna & Julia Herrero. Group: Quantum Materials and Devices (QMD)
Student: Juan Zueco Vincelle
Internship program: Prácticas UNIVERSA

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