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Networks

DRESDEN-concept
... is an association of the TU Dresden and non-university partners from science and culture with the objective of making the excellence of Dresden-based research more visible. The partners develop and utilize synergies in the sectors research, education and training, infrastructure as well as administration. They coordinate their scientific strategy and identify fields in which Dresden is a global leader.  The principal feasibility of magnetocaloric refrigeration is evident. However, the requirement of a large magnetic field hampers wide industrial and commercial applications. Interdisciplinary materials research whithin ths Ferroic Cooling Network shall overcome this obstacle. More about DRESDEN-Concept

UKRATOP
... is a Ukrainian-German Excellence Center funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research since 2018. The full name is  "Topological order of electrons in solids: New materials, Phenomena & application Concepts". The aim is to design new high-quality materials with exceptional surface and edge conditions resulting from their topological nature. The topological stability of the exotic physical properties of these materials can be of tremendous interest to the next generation of information technology. More about UKRATOP

SAWLab Saxony
... combines the research activities and expertise of the IFW Dresden in the field of acoustoelectronics with competences and skills of local research institutes, universities and high-tech companies. More about SAWLab Saxony

DFG Priority Program on Ferroic Cooling
... is coordinated by IFW since 2011. The principal feasibility of magnetocaloric refrigeration is evident. However, the requirement of a large magnetic field hampers wide industrial and commercial applications. Interdisciplinary materials research whithin ths Ferroic Cooling Network shall overcome this obstacle. More about DFG SPP Ferroic Cooling

TIPS
... stands for thermally-enabled, integrated smart photonics systems. The main objective of this EU network is the development of thermal management strategies for photonics. These strategies will facilitate future high-bandwidth optical communication,. The proposed TIPS concept will involve the integration of photonics and optoelectronic designs with thermal management solutions to remove high heat fluxes. More about TIPS