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TOPIC: Dynamics and Kinetics of Ion - Molecule Collisions. Organic Mass Spectrometry.
TOPIC: Mesoscopic electrode materials.
TOPIC: Molecular Spectroscopy and Photochemistry.
TOPIC: Molecular Electrochemistry.

Research centre for nanotechnologies and materials for nanoelectronics.


Centrum LC510, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic (associated contractor - project leader is affiliated with another institution)

Center of nanotechnology and materials for nanoelectronics will focus on those fields of nanoelectronics enabling the use of unique quantum phenomena, but which require solving problems in

3 directions of basic research:

    1. Finding new photon sources, compatible with Si technology, which would allow information transfer by photons. The main goal will be the test of optical gain and possibility of Si nanocrystals-based laser;

    2. Using the spin of charge carriers in semiconductor nanostructures for storing and transferring information, where the main goal will be the preparation and selection of the most perspective spintronic material from the point of view of the operational temperature and spin coherence time, which directly controls its applicability;

    3. Research of carbon-based nanostructructures, in particular:
      i. preparation of nanodiamond films, study of their unique, especially surface electronic properties and surface bioactivation aiming at design of novel bio-sensors or field-effect nano-transistors and
      ii. preparion of carbon nanotubes and fullerene peapods, study of their structure, electronics and photochemistry, important for targeted laser preparation. Study of fullerene solubility by supramolecular chemistry is important for the transport of active compounds in medicine.

An important goal of the Center will be the creation of interdisciplinary platform, missing in the Czech Republic, connecting physics, chemistry, electronics and biology. The applicants will verify the possibilities of interconnection between Si and C nanostructure research, integration of optoelectronic and spintronic elements in semiconductor nanostructures, as well as the connection to carbon nanostructures and biosenzors.

Key words: Nanoelectronics, nanotechnology, semiconductor nanostructures, silicon nanocrystals, spintronics, magnetic semiconductors, spin coherence, carbon nanostructures, nanodiamond, bioactivation, biosensors, biofunctionalization, carbon nanotubes.

More information on:

    prof. RNDr. KAVAN Ladislav, CSc., DSc.

    Department: Department of Electrochemical Materials
    Phone: (+420) 26605 3975
    Fax: (+420) 266053910
    Room: 516

    prof. RNDr. CIVIĹ  Svatopluk, CSc.

    Department: Department of Spectroscopy
    Phone: (+420) 26605 3275, 3205, 3014 , (+420) 286591766
    Fax: (+420) 266053910
    Room: 020, 02

    prof. RNDr. HERMAN Zdeněk, DrSc.

    Department: Department of Chemistry of Ions in Gaseous Phase
    Phone: (+420) 26605 3514
    Fax: (+420) 266053910
    Room: 231

    doc. RNDr. POSPĂŤĹ IL LubomĂ­r, CSc.

    Department: Department of Electrochemistry at the Nanoscale
    Phone: (+420) 26605 3197
    Fax: (+420) 266053910
    Room: 507

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