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Computational and experimental design of advanced materials with new functionalities, project No. CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/15.003/0000358, OP RDE 02_15_003 “Excellent Research Teams”

 Computational and experimental design of advanced materials with new functionalities (CEDAMNF)



Project number : CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/15_003/0000358

Project realization: 1. 1. 2017 – 31. 10. 2022


Brief description of the project – abstract

The proposed project focuses, in line with the main objectives of the call, on a significant extension of the cooperation of CENTEM team with the leading international scientific experts and workplaces and on the material and personnel resources of the new research team. It also closely follows the existing research program CENTEM. Furthermore, there will be a significant increase in cooperation between the regional Centre and renowned foreign institutions. This will lead to substantial increase in the scientific performance of the project, which will be realized through publications in impacted journals and in new technologies. The main theme of the new research program will be the experimental and theoretical study of structural, electronic, magnetic, and spectroscopic properties of new technologically perspective materials. This research will be supported by other leading experts with long-term experience in material science and approximately half of the research team will consist of young doctoral students, who will be fully involved in this project.

Key words

New functional materials with emergent properties, conversion, storage and energy management, spintronics, quantum-mechanical calculations, ab-initio studies of doped transparent conductive oxides, functionalized Perovskites and multiferoické materials oxonitroaluminosilicates, nitridosilicates, magnetic materials, heusler alloys,  Korringa-Kohn -Rostoker (KKR) method, the Hedin GW method, macroscopic nanomechanical simulation, thin films depositions, spin and angular resolution photoemission (ARPES), X-ray magnetic circular dichroism (XMCD), X-ray diffraction, ergonomization by luminophore transformed LED, nanostructures, thin films and doped materials, .