Háskóli Íslands

ELENA

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Styrkur í samræmi við H2020-EU.1.3.1. - Fostering new skills by means of excellent initial training of researchers

Low energy ELEctron driven chemistry for the advantage of emerging NAno-fabrication methods

Upphafsdagur

Lokadagur

Staða

1. október 2016

30. september 2020

Í gangi

Um verkefnið:

Heildarkostnaður
EUR 3.878.757

Viðfangsefni:
MSCA-ITN-2015-EJD - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN-EJD)

Heildarstyrkur
EUR 3.878.757

Styrkur sóttur í:
H2020-MSCA-ITN-2016

Stýrt af:
Háskóla Íslands

Tegund styrks:
MSCA-ITN-ETN - European Training Networks
 

Nánari upplýsingar um verkefnið má finna hér.

Heimasíða verkefnis: ELENA

Markmið

Chemistry is fundamental to nanotechnology, as chemistry can prepare specifically tailored molecules to serve, in a bottom-up approach, as the building blocks for the fabrication of functional and structured nano-materials. Nanotechnology is the technology of the 21st century with applications from electronics to biotechnology and medicine. The next decade will thus be characterized by an increasing industrial demand for novel nanostructures with individual physical and chemical properties tuned to specific applications. This, in turn, requires increased flexibility and control over material composition, shape and resolution. To meet this demand the chemistry and the physics behind new and emerging nanoscale fabrication methods must be well understood and this understanding must be systematically deployed to advance these methods into commercially viable fabrication technologies. Simultaneously to ensure that Europe is a significant player in this economically and technologically important industry, the European nanotechnology industry must have access to well trained individuals with both the technical skills and a broad understanding of the physical and chemical parameters governing the performance of next generation processing techniques and, the skills and drive needed for further innovation and entrepreneurship in the nano-technology field. ELENA addresses these scientific and training needs by: i) studying the chemistry underpinning two emerging nano-technology writing techniques; Focused Electron Beam Induced Processing and Extreme Ultra Violet Lithography, ii) exploiting knowledge gained in (i) to develop these techniques such that they may be made commercially competitive, and iii) training a new generation of European scientists with a fundamental understanding of the physics and chemistry behind these processes and the mind set for innovation and entrepreneurship to provide an exemplar for up-skilling European nanotechnology industry.

Verkefnastýring (e. Coordinator)

Háskóli Íslands (UIce)                                                           Iceland

Þátttakendur

Styrkþegar:

Universität Bremen (UBre)

Germany

The Open University (OU)

United Kingdom

Vienna University of Technology (TUV)

Austria

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (UErl)

Germany

University of Oslo (UiO)

Norway

Universität Bielefeld (UBlf)

Germany

Technische Universiteit Delft (TUD)

Netherlands

Eidgenössische Material-prüfungs und Forschungsanstalt (EMPA)

Switzerland

Advanced Research Center for Nanolythography (FOM-ARCNL)

Netherlands

IMEC

Belgium

TESCAN

Czech Republic

Carl Zeiss SMT GmBH (Zeiss)

Germany

Samstarfsfélagar

Phenom World

Netherlands

CEI-Europe

Sweden

Minerva Communications Ltd

United Kingdom

Université Paris-Sud

France

Comenius University

Slovakia

SiedIce University

Poland

John Hopkins University

United States of America

University of Florida

United States of America

ELENA - NanoScale

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