Thank you for a successful meeting in Torremolinos!

We look forward to seeing you in another fruitful EMR conference in 2014


The Proceedings Book entitled "Fuelling the Future: Advances in Science and Technologies for Energy Generation, Transmission and Storage" (ISBN: 978-1-61233-558-2), edited by A. Mendez-Vilas and published by BrownWalker Press, were released in December 2012.

Would you like to have a look at the 25 first pages of the book? If so,
click here
You can download the cover cliking on the image

The Book of Abstracts can be downloaded from here

The Final Program can be downloaded from here



Torremolinos, which is considered as today Spain’s top tourist destination, is a small city on the Costa del Sol (coast in the south of Spain) The city has evolved over the last few decades to become an attractive resort, focused around its long, sandy and clean beaches, and offering a huge variety of entertainment, leisure facilities and exuberant nightlife. Torremolinos has a wonderful climate with 320 days of sunshine every year. Daily summer temperatures are almost every day over 30˚C, and with yearly averages of 22˚C.

Information about Torremolinos can be obtained from the different sub-sections of the "USEFUL INFORMATION" section (accommodation, transport, tourism, gastronomy, beaches, etc)




From Nanometers to Terawatts.
Pending Revolutions in Materials Science


Photovoltaic materials based on Small molecules: an emerging approach to organic solar cells

Pedro Gómez-Romero
Research Center on Nanoscience and 
Nanotechnology (CIN2) (CSIC-ICN). Vice-Director of MATGAS Research Center. Barcelona, Spain

Jean Roncali
Group Linear Conjugated Systems CNRS, MOLTECH,
University of Angers, France 

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