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ERC Grants at IFW

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List of ERC Grants

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BIOREMIA

EU International Training Network coordinated by IFW Dresden

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EFRE funding for ChAMP

ChAMP - Chip-based Acoustofluidic Medtec Platform

 

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EFRE Project TroKo

Changing surface wettability by direct growth of metal organic frameworks on heat exchanger materials

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ERC Grants at IFW Dresden

ERC Starting Grant
„Micro-GIFT“ – Microrobotic Gamete/Zygote IntraFallopian Transfer
Dr. Mariana Medina Sanchez
2019-2024

ERC Advanced Grant
Medical microbots to support new assisted reproduction techniques
Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt
2019-2024

ERC Starting Grant
Nanoscale Materials: Revealing Electromagnetic and Deformation Fields, Chemical Composition and Quantum States at Atomic Resolution - ATOM
2017 – 2021
Dr. Axel Lubk

ERC Starting Grant
Elementary quantum dot networks enabled by on-chip nano-optomechanical systems - QD-NOMS
2017 – 2021
Prof. Dr. Fei Ding (now Prof. at Univ. of Hannover)

ERC Consolidator grant
Electronic Order, Magnetism, and Unconventional Superconductivity probed in Real-Space
01.09.2015 -31.08.2020
Dr. Christian Hess

ERC Consolidator grant
Surface-grafted metallofullerene molecular magnets with controllable alignment of magnetic moments
01.06.2015 -31.05.2020
Dr. Alexey Popov 

ERC Advanced Grant
Next generation of complex metallic materials in intelligent hybrid structures - IntelHyb
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Eckert (now at Univ. Leoben)
01.02.2014 – 31.01.2019

ERC Starting Grant
Shapeable Magnetoelectronics in Research and Technology – SmaRT
Dr. Denys Makarov (now at HZDR)
01.01.2013 – 31.12.2017

ERC Starting Grant
Lab-in-a-tube and Nanorobotic biosensors - LT-NRBS
Dr. Samuel Sánchez Ordóñez (now at IBEC Barcelona)
01.01.2013 – 31.12.2017

 

EFRE Project „TroKo“

Changing surface wettability by direct growth of metal organic frameworks on heat exchanger materials

In November 2018, the research project “Changing surface wettability by direct growth of metal organic frameworks on heat exchanger materials” (Tropfenkondensation von Kälte- und Lösemitteln auf funktionalisierten Oberflächen für hocheffiziente Wärmeübertrager) was started at the IFW Dresden together with the Institute of Process Ingineering and Environmental Technology (TU Dresden). The project is based on our recent development of hierarchically structured metal-organic framework (MOF) films for applications as coatings with stable omniphobic surfaces (Scientific Reports 8 (2018) 15400). Films with omniphobic surfaces are important for condensation of fluids with a weak surface tension, which plays a crucial role for heat supply devices. The project is aimed to fabricate the optimized omniphobic surfaces using electrochemical deposition of MOFs, and to extend the processing procedure towards different designs suitable for application.

This project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE) and the Free State of Saxony.
Dieses Projekt wird aus Mitteln des Europäischen Fonds für Regionale Entwicklung (EFRE) und des Freistaates Sachsen gefördert.