Watch the fabrication of devices in our labs at University Autonoma de Madrid and University of Southern Denmark

Golnaz Sherafatipour and Mattia Farronato explain their projects

Thinface is a research network and more. Our main concern is to push forward new ideas and techniques within the field of hybrid thin films for new energy devices. The approach will focus on sustainable energy solutions and by this meeting one of our most challenging societal issues.

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December 22, 2016

MCI develops solar cells on plastic foil

The Mads Clausen Institut develops solar cells on plastic foil is the header of an article in a border region…
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December 12, 2016

PCAM/Thinface Workshop

The faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Sciences moved to a new campus in 2014. They received several Investment...
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