"Tippkeskused" projekt TK134
TK134 (TK134) "Kontrollitud korrastatus kvant- ja nanomaterjalides (1.08.2015−31.08.2023)", Urmas Nagel, Keemilise ja Bioloogilise Füüsika Instituut.
TK134
TK134
Kontrollitud korrastatus kvant- ja nanomaterjalides
Emerging orders in quantum and nanomaterials
Emerging orders in quantum and nanomaterials
EQUiTANT
1.08.2015
31.08.2023
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Tippkeskused
ValdkondAlamvaldkondCERCS erialaFrascati Manual’i erialaProtsent
4. Loodusteadused ja tehnika4.10. FüüsikaP260 Tahke aine: elektrooniline struktuur, elektrilised, magneetilised ja optilised omadused, ülijuhtivus, magnetresonants, spektroskoopia1.2. Füüsikateadused (astronoomia ja kosmoseteadus, füüsika ja teised seotud teadused)100,0
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Keemilise ja Bioloogilise Füüsika Instituutkoordinaator01.08.2015−31.08.2023
PerioodSumma
01.08.2015−31.08.20232 753 226,42 EUR
2 753 226,42 EUR
Euro

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. We will obtain the ability and skills to synthesize magnetoelectric nanomaterials that will open new possibilities for science and technology in Estonia.
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. We will obtain the ability and skills to synthesize magnetoelectric nanomaterials that will open new possibilities for science and technology in Estonia.
https://kbfi.ee/keemiline-fuusika/tippkeskus-134/
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Tartu ÜlikoolpartnerEesti Vabariikülikool
Tallinna TehnikaülikoolpartnerEesti Vabariikülikool
Eesti MaaülikoolpartnerEesti Vabariikülikool