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A network on nanostructured materials (Professor K Venkat Rao)

Period: 1999-07-01

This project is in a programme supported at the Brinell Centre by the Strategic Research foundation. Fabrication of multilayers of nitrides, silicides, and studying their surface hardness at a » more
Advanced materials for future electronics - spintronics (Professor K Venkat Rao)

Electronics of the future is expected to incorporate in one entity the manifestations of charge and spin of electrons, thus enabling multifunctional devices which are magnetic, semiconductor as well » more
Advanced nanostructured thermoelectrics for space applications (Professor K Venkat Rao)

Period: 2000-01-01

It is well known that by fabricating novel materials in a nano-structured form many of their properties can be enhanced. The present project is to infiltrate porous synthetic opals, which are periodic » more
Aggregate quality and prospecting (Joanne Fernlund)



  Period: 2006-01-01 - 2011-04-01

This project is carried out in cooperation with Prof. Torleif Dahlin at Engineering Geology at Lund University and Dr. Jan Erik Lindqvist at Sveriges Provnings och Forskningsinstitut and Prof. » more
Biologically derived new generation ultra-high-density patterned magnetic recording media (Lyuba Belova)

Period: 2005-01-01

Since 1957 when IBM introduced the first disk drive, the areal density of magnetic disk recording has been increased over 2 million times by linear scaling of dimensions of the head, medium and » more
Deposition of nanostructured magnetic materials using ink-jet technology (Professor K Venkat Rao)

Period: 2000-02-29

The aim of this project is to develop a novel and fast process to deposit magnetic structures using inkjet technology. The current aim is to be able to deposit a few micron-size patterns, which can be » more
Force Microscopy studies of high performance nanophase materials (Professor K Venkat Rao)

Period: 2000-01-01

To develop state-of-the-art capabilities in atomic scale topological and magnetic imaging; producing, and characterizing nanostructured materials and studying their novel properties like Giant » more
Half-metallic compounds for spintronics applications (Lyuba Belova)

Period: 2005-01-01

Spintronics is a multidisciplinary field whose central theme is the active manipulation of spin degrees of freedom in solid-state systems. Spintronic devices require the controlled transfer of » more
High temperature superconductors (Professor K Venkat Rao)

Period: 2001-01-01

We were the first group in Sweden to fabricate High-Tc superconductors. A number of methods are used to produce these Y, Bi, Tl and Hg-based materials in the form of powder, bulk, single crystals and » more
Instrumentation for in-plane local susceptibility determination and imaging (Professor K Venkat Rao)

Period: 2000-01-01

This is a project to develop instrumentation for determining the local magnetic susceptibility and imaging the same over an area at a sub-micron scale using a novel recording head-based probe. To » more
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