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Group of Scientific Instrumentation and Microelectronics

Academic Unit: Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences

Colombian Ministry of Science

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Discipline

Natural sciences

Subdiscipline

Physical sciences

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Strategic Focus

The group seeks to establish and promote collaborative, interdisciplinary relationships with national and international institutions to design and construct laboratory equipment for teaching and research purposes. The group aims to adapt, configure, and automate measuring instruments for their implementation in breadboard models, emphasizing the use of sensors, actuators, field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), microcontrollers, signal conditioning, and open software and hardware tools.

Research Areas and Topics

  • Scientific instrumentation.
  • Dynamically reconfigurable systems.     
  • MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) and NEMS (nanoelectromechanical systems).     

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Group Coordinator

Fernando Andrés Londoño Badillo, Ph.D., M.Sc.

Postdoc in Transparent Materials.

São Carlos Federal University, UFSCar – Brazil.

Group Coordinator Email

fernandoa.londono@udea.edu.co

Scientific Cooperation

Collaborative Relationships

  • Participation in the DUNE (Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment).    
  • Luis Felipe Ramirez, Doctoral student at CERN.
  • Strategic alliance with the Solid State Group (Solid State).
  • Johnny Jaramillo, Postdoc researcher at CERN.
  • Multiferroic Materials Group, Brazil.

Notable Projects

  • Study of pharmaceutical, biological, and inorganic systems using Mossbauer spectroscopy and magnetic measures.
  • Spectroscopic and vibration measures in steel rusts: Characterization and comparison of techniques.
  • Potential use of the transition metals-doped KNN ceramic system as a piezoelectric and multifunctional material.

Main Research Results

  • Structural Relaxation and Crystalline Phase Effects on the Exchange Bias Phenomenon in FeF2/Fe Core/Shell Nanoparticles.
  • Design, implementation, and purification of the software for the Mössbauer interface.

Research Portafolio

  • Expert advice on maintenance and adaptation of synthesis and measurement equipment.
  • Automation of measurement processes (especially Mössbauer spectroscopy).
  • Training courses on operation of data acquisition cards.

More Information

https://bit.ly/33irAjX

 
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