University of Belgrade

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Single- and multiphase ferroics and multiferroics with restricted geometries (SIMUFER)

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Project ID COST Action MP0904
Project Title Single- and multiphase ferroics and multiferroics with restricted geometries (SIMUFER)

Project Leader Prof. Liliana Mitoseriu, Faculty of Physics, University Alexandru Ioan Cuza Iasi, Iasi, Romania
IMSI Status Participates

Financial Source COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)


Category of Project COST actions

 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The goal of the Project is to build a high level European scientific knowledge platform in the field of single and multiphase nanoscale ferroic and multiferroic oxides with restricted geometries, in which new properties are driven by engineering size, shape and interface-mediated phenomena. Ferroic and multiferroic oxides with various boundary conditions (thin films, free-standing, supported nano-particles / wires / ribbons / islands / toroids, hollow particles, hierarchical structures) and multiphase systems with at least one ferroic or multiferroic component will be produced by innovative synthesis and top-down approach, investigated by manifold complex tools and theoretically described by multiscale modelling. Active links among European laboratories will be established for increasing knowledge beyond the state-of-the art in this research field. Specific tools will be promoted to create a young researchers group with high scientific level and managerial competences, to contribute to growing the future competitiveness of Europe in this research topic


PROJECT DURATION

 

From: 13.01.2010.   To: 01.03.2014.

 

PARTNERS

 

►Materials Center Leoben Forschung, Leoben, Austria

► Hasselt University IMEC division, Diepenbeek, Belgium

►Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia

►University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal

►Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,Prague,CzechRepublic

►CNRS-Universite de Limoges, Limoges, France

►Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany

►Institute of Materials Science, Attikis, Greece

►DICheP University of Genoa ,Genoa, Italy

►University of Vilnius, Vilnius, Lithuania

►Poznan University of Technology, Poznan, Poland

►University of Manchester, Materials Science Centre, Manchester United Kingdom

►University of Groningen Zernike, Institute for Advanced Materials, Groningen, Netherlands

►Faculty of Technology, University of Novi Sad

►Faculty of Physics,University Alexandru Ioan Cuza Iasi,Iasi, Romania

 

PARTICIPANTS


No. Participant Institution
1.
Prof. Liliana MitoseriuFaculty of Physics,University Alexandru Ioan Cuza Iasi,Iasi, Romania
2.
Dr Biljana Stojanović, full professor & research professor
3.
Dr Mirjana Vijatović Petrović, senior research fellow IMSI, University of Belgrade
4.
Dr Zorica Marinković Stanojević, research professorIMSI, University of Belgrade
5.
Dr Jelena Bobić, senior research fellow IMSI, University of Belgrade
6.
Dr Karel MacaFaculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno, CzechRepublic
7.
Dr Marina TjuninaUniversity of Oulu, Faculty of Technology, Oulu, Finland
8.
Prof Paolo Nanni DICheP University of Genoa ,Genoa, Italy
9.
Prof Marlies van Bael Hasselt University IMEC division, Diepenbeek, Belgium
10.
Dr Marin AlexeMax Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany
11.
Prof Paula VilarinhoUniversity of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
12.
Prof Juras BanysUniversity of Vilnius, Vilnius, Lithuania
13.
Dr Barbara MaličInstitute “Jozef Stefan”, Ljubljana, Slovenia
14.
Dr Miguel AlgueroInstituto de Ciencia de Materiales Madrid, Spain
15.
Prof. Robert FreerUniversity of Manchester, Materials Science Centre, Manchester United Kingdom
16.
Prof. Vladimir SrdicFaculty of Technology, University of Novi Sad
17.
Prof Nava SetterEPFL, Lab Ceramics, Lausanne, Switzerland