RCMN research focus includes the areas of:

International collaboration:

Bristol university, UK, Nanophysics group
National Microelectronics Centre, Barcelona, Spain
University of Pennsylvania, Nanomaterials group
Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Materials Science
Bridgstone ORT, Akron, Ohio, US
Southern University of Denmark, Physics Dept.,
Nanotech Associates Ltd., US
Helsinki University, Microelectronics Center
Institute of Microtechnology, Bucharest
Ludvig-Maximillians University, Miunich

International Programs

Project-Nr. LTU02/05. "Nano-structured Thin Films: Characterization and Application Potentials" in collaboration with Institute for Materials & Surface Technology at University of Applied Sciences, Kiel, Germany (prof. M. Es-Souni).

NATO security programme grantOptical nanosensors based on organic nanofibres.

ES FP6 projects:

Micro-NanoSystems European Networkpursuing the integration of NMS and ACC in ERA

Improving the understanding of the impact of the nanoparticles on human health and environment

National Research Priorities Program in Nanotechnology

1."Functional nanostructures and molecular mechanisms" Coordinator prof. V. Snitka 2003 - 2006 (funded by Lithuanian NSF)

Joint projects:
2. Synthesis and investigation of spatial structure of self-assembled nanotubes (2001-2003, Funded by Lithuanian NSF)
3. Sensors. Part Microsystems and micromechanical sensors(1999-2002, funded by Lithuanian NSF)
4. Development of Microsystems Technology Network in Lithuania (1997-2000, Funded by Lithuanian NSF)
5. Investigation and formation of complex surface micro/nano structures (funded by partner institutions)