Graphene

Research focused on new materials is conceived as an independent whole that consists of physical and chemical laboratories. They are responsible for primary research in nano-technologies, properties of the technological basis for developing nano-structures, metering and diagnostics and application. The common thread between individual activities is the creation of mathematic-physical models, both in primary and applied research, and the application of supercomputer approaches for effectively solving these models:

  • Developing nano-particle carriers that will target transport medicine to a specific place in the human body
  • Developing new materials for the construction and engineering industries; for example, self-cleaning paint
  • Research of magnetic properties of holograms with the aim to improve their protective function
  • Research of nano-structures with plasma waves for sensors

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