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Projects at a glance

FANCEE - Fundamentals and Applications of Nano-Carbon Electron Emitters

The FANCEE project (Fundamentals and Applications of Nanocarbon Electron Emitters) combines advanced materials synthesis, state of the art electron microscopy, and a range of characterization techniques to develop fundamentals and applications of nanocarbon materials for electron emission.

MagNonMag - Magnetic order induced in nonmagnetic solids

The principal objective of this project is to bring together leading research groups in the field of nanomagnetim, to explore recently discovered phenomena related to nanomagnetism in otherwise nonmagnetic materials, and to exploit new developments in nanoscale semiconductor spintronics.

HINTS - Next Generation Hybrid Interfaces for Spintronic Applications

The main objective of HINTS is to develop novel hybrid organic-inorganic materials featuring interfaces with conceptually new electric and magnetic behavior.

Q-NET - Quantum Nano-Electronics Training

The “Quantum Nanoelectronics Training” project, with acronym Q-NET, is a European network of experts providing state-of-the-art training for young researchers in the general field of experimental, applied, and theoretical Quantum Nanoelectronics

SPINTROS - Spin Transport in Organic Semiconductors

The Spintros (Spin Transport in Organic Semiconductors) project aims to explore new materials and functionalities in order to design and develop new electronic devices. The project focuses on the design, manufacture, and study of electronic devices based on organic semiconductors.

TERATOMO - Near-field Spectroscopic Nanotomography at Infrared and Terahertz Frequencies

The TERATOMO (Near-field Spectroscopic Nanotomography at Infrared and Terahertz Frequencies) project aims at developing a novel microscopy technique for three-dimensional imaging of nanostructures with infrared and terahertz light.

ITAMOSCINOM - Injection, transport and manipulation of spin currents in new organic materials

This project studies spin injection, transport, and manipulation in a variety of materials, from simple metals to organic semiconductors (OSC).


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