"Center of Excellence" project SLTFY16134T
SLTFY16134T (TK134) "Emerging orders in quantum and nanomaterials (TK134) (1.01.2016−1.03.2023)", Aile Tamm, University of Tartu, Faculty of Science and Technology, Institute of Physics.
TK134
SLTFY16134T
Kontrollitud korrastatus kvant- ja nanomaterjalides (TK134)
Emerging orders in quantum and nanomaterials (TK134)
EQUiTANT
1.01.2016
1.03.2023
R&D project
Center of Excellence
ETIS classificationSubfieldCERCS classificationFrascati Manual classificationPercent
4. Natural Sciences and Engineering4.12. Process Technology and Materials ScienceT140 Energy research 2.3. Other engineering sciences (such as chemical, aeronautical and space, mechanical, metallurgical and materials engineering, and their specialised subdivisions forest products applied sciences such as geodesy, industrial chemistry, etc. the science and technology of food production specialised technologies of interdisciplinary fields, e.g. systems analysis, metallurgy, mining, textile technology and other allied subjects)100,0
PeriodSum
01.01.2016−01.03.2023713 335,93 EUR
713 335,93 EUR

Tippkeskuses uuritakse uusi ferroidsete omadustega (ferromagneetik, ferroelektrik jne.) materjale KBFI ja kahe ülikooli rühmade poolt. Eekätt uurime huvitavaid ferroelektrilisi (anti)ferromagneetikuid, kus esineb magneteletriline vastasmõju. Koostööst erinevaid meetodeid kasutavate rühmade vahel võidavad kõik, sealhulgas ka doktorandid, kes suudavad püstitada ambitsioonikamaid eesmärke oma tegevusele, saades parema ligipääsu suurtele infrastruktuuri objektidele nagu Euroopa magnetlabor või neutroniallikad aga ka Eesti magnetlaborile ja Tartu ülikooli kiletehnoloogia laborile. Tippkeskuse rühmade kõrgtasemel uurimistöö võidab keeruka teema ühisest uurimisest ja seeläbi muutub ka Eesti teadlaskond tugevamaks ja enam nähtavaks nii kodus kui välismaal. Tippkeskuses omandame magneteletriliste nanomaterjalide sünteesi oskused, mis avavad Eesti teadusele ja tehnoloogiatele uusi võimalusi.
This CER aims to explore the new materials of various ferroic materials and their potential applications in a comprehensive way in collaboration of research groups from two universities and a research institute. Each group has PhD students who will benefit from the collaboration in the CER, by being able to set more advanced and complicated research targets, by gaining access to different experimental techniques, including large scale facilities like the European Magnet Lab or neutron facilities, but also making better use of the Estonian Magnet Lab and the Laboratory of Thin Film Technology at the University of Tartu. The high level of existing research groups will be enhanced by joint research on complex topics and thus the Estonian academic community will be stronger and more visible, both in the country and also worldwide.
Description in EstonianPercent
Basic Research20,0
Applied Research60,0
Experimental Research20,0
InstitutionRoleCountryTypeComment
Keemilise ja Bioloogilise Füüsika InstituutcoordinaatorEstonia
Tallinna TehnikaülikoolpartnerEstonia