NANOTECHNOLOGY

Project description:
NANOTECHNOLOGY (syndicate, 8th member)

Project starting and ending dates:
2001.07.01 - 2004.01.31.

Project reg. nr.:
3/0064/2001.

Supporting organisation:
Ministry of Education

Assisting organisation:
Research – development Tender Management and Research Exploitation Office (KPI)

Project summary:
Objectives of syndicate members according to project were design and development of nanoscopic optical filters, dividers, non-linear tools for the application in laser optics and data processing as well as design and development of several assisting techniques in the fields of magnetic constructions, such as holographic and ablation processing and „nano-protyping”-type shaping by laser tweezers and optimization and introduction of new type of ferro-magnetic materials (i.e. Fe-based nanocrystalline-amorf or Co-based amorf) into electro-technical applications. Tools of optical measurement techniques with required resolution has been created in the field of nanolayer quality control as well as a patented device operating with ionising radiation to make cuts for electron microscopy applications. Moreover, mechanical tools applying scanning probe methods have been produced and put on the market (Berkeley Lab., IBM, Samsung, etc. are the first references as a result of output and export of Technoorg-Linda). Our company had the special task to design, development and test an equipment on the electric or magnetic principle to follow „nano-scale” structure modifications with preferred application on rail diagnostic trains to inspect rail surface at high speed.

Project syndicate members in charge of project elaboration:

  1. Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science (chairman)
  2. HAS Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics
  3. University of Szeged (Department of Optical and Quantum Electronics)
  4. University of Pécs (Faculty of Sciences, Institute of Physics)
  5. HAS KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics (Department of Plasma Physics)
  6. HAS Biological Research Centre Szeged (Institute of Biophysics)
  7. University of Debrecen (Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Solid State Physics)
  8. METALELEKTRO Ltd.
  9. Magnetec Ungarn Ltd.
  10. Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Physics)

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