Research co-operations with USTEM

Electron microscopy is needed for numerous research agendas. USTEM is happy to be available as a research partner to help solve the urgent questions of our time. Such a partnership can be within the framework of ERC-, FWF-, FFG- or any other research co-operation. USTEM also assists any unfunded research of TU academic institutions.

Additionally USTEM offers help for he application of third-party funded projects by giving detailled cost estimates.

The FCC Project is the design study of the Future Circular Collider at CERN. USTEM participates at the characterization of novel superconductors.

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In the framwork of EASITrain, young researchers are educated for many different needs of a future collider at CERN. 

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During the FWF, opens an external URL in a new window funded project of Uni Wien, contaminates of Arsen mining from Balkan countries are investigated. The scale bars of these investigations reach from km down to nm.

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The PL2N A Project deals with fundamental contexts of Multi Principal Element Alloys (MPEAs) in the regime of low density materials(< 6,0 g/cm³).

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Tribology is a large scientific area within materials science and deals with abbresion and hardness and its consequences on the materials properties.

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USTEM is intensively connected to the Institute for Materials Chemistry with some projects on catalysis.Especially interesting are bi-metallic srufaces and nano-particles. Many different analytical methods are combined for a sound picture of these processes on the nm-scale.

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Catalysis is used for reducing the energy consumption of future generations for a better environment. The Sonderforschungsbereich (SFB) der TU Wien was dealing with improved catalytic reactions.

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