About us
The ICMol was founded in 2000 to develop a competitive and high-quality research in materials science using a molecular approach. In fact, ICMol is the sole research center in Spain exclusively focused on the molecular aspects of Nanoscience, with a special emphasis on the study of functional molecules and materials exhibiting useful magnetic, electrical or optical properties.
In 2015, ICMol was recognized by the Spanish Ministry as Unit of Excellence María de Maeztu for a four-year period, from 2016 to 2019. In 2020, this accreditation has been renewed for another four-year period, from 2020 to 2023.

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The Valencian Innovation Agency (AVI) financed the constitution of ICMol's Scientific Unit for Industrial Innovation (UCIE) in 2018.
ICMol is located at the Scientific Park of the Universitat de València in a building with a surface of ca. 5000 square meters.
OUR MISSION is the chemical design of new molecules and functional materials that present new physical or chemical properties of interest in strategic areas such as electronics and molecular spintronics, quantum computing or energy storage and conversion, among others.
The ICMol community is driven by a shared purpose: to make a better life through research, education and innovation.

Concurso dirigido a estudiantes de 3º y 4º de ESO, Bachillerato, FPB

16th European School on Molecular Nanoscience (ESMolNa 2023)

7th - 11th, May 2023

Doctoral INPhINIT Fellowships Call 2023: Your doctorate, your story (at ICMol)

12th, December 2022
Daniel Tordera wins the Scientific-technical prize Ciutat d'Algemesí with a large-area organic scanner.
Henk Bolink coordinates the European project VALHALLA on perovskite solar modules for renewable energy
The head of CEPSA's R&D Project Management Centre, Juana Frontela, visits ICMol
Guillermo Mínguez receives the National Research Award for Young Scientists
A team from the ICMol develops an open data science tool to advance in chemical design
Chemistry paves the way for the development of intelligent two-dimensional materials for optoelectronics
Towards quantum technologies based on magnetic molecules
Two-dimensional magnetic materials are advancing towards a new generation of devices for the storage and transport of information


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Unidad de Excelencia María de Maeztu 2020-2023. Financiada por el Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad. Referencia CEX2019-000919-M