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RCMN as a partner of international consortium of researchers has been awarded EU FP7 project NanoSustain aiming to develop innovative solutions for the sustainable design, use, recycling, and final treatment of nanotechnology-based products. Although production of nanomaterials is rapidly increasing, our knowledge about possible health and environmental effects associated with these materials is still rather poor.

Denys Naumenko filled the last Research Associate position available within EU FP7 NANOMAT project and will be coordinating the collaboration with Helsinki University of Technology, Department of Micro and NanoSciences.

Raul Rodriguez filled the second Research Associate position available within EU FP7 NANOMAT project and will be coordinating the collaboration with National Microelectronics Centre, Barselona.

Dr Arturas Ulcinas has filled the first Research Fellow position made available within EU FP7 NANOMAT project. Arturas re-joins RCMN after four years at Professor Mervyn Miles group at University of Bristol and will continue to work on developing novel SPM methods and instrumentation. He will be coordinating collaboration with the Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information.

RCMN has been awarded EU FP7 project NANOMAT (coordinator Professor Valentinas Snitka) aiming to build research capacity at RCMN and create a European Centre of Excellence in Nanostructured Materials. Project involves twinning partnerships with three leading European research institutions: Centre of Nanoscience and Quantum Information, University of Bristol, Micro and Nanosciences Laboratory, Helsinki University of Technology, and National Centre for Microelectronics, Barcelona. More about the project.

 

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