MERGING ATOMISTIC AND CONTINUUM ANALYSIS OF NANOMETER LENGTH-SCALE METAL-OXIDE SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY AND CATALYSIS APPLICATIONS
FP7 Project with U.S. partner
Short name and number
Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials & new production technologies
The stability of thin films in contact with different materials is a critical issue for a wide range of modern devices, including high-k films in the microelectronics industry, metal electrodes for fuel cells, and nanometer sized particles on oxides for catalysis. Some groups are working on thermodynamic analysis of thin film stability, which correlate relative interface energies with dopant adsorption.
Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Slovenia, United Kingdom, Turkey (Associated country), United States, Israel and Japan.
Name of US Partner
UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
TECHNION - ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY