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Nanocage materials - the design and characterisation of multifunctional materials of tomorrow

Objective

The seven teams are naturally divided into three groups, depending on their complementary expertise and available instrumentation. Extensive intra- and inter-exchange between teams and groups will allow training within:
- Advanced inorganic synthesis
- Glove box and Schlenk techniques
- Vibrational spectroscopy
- Crystallography
- Multielement NMR spectroscopy
- X-ray scattering and EXAFS of liquid, amorphous and crystalline materials
- Various electron microscopic techniques
- Moessbauer, NQR and ESR spectroscopy
- Magnetic and electric conductivity measurements
- Quantum chemical and statistical mechanical calculations
- Social and linguistic versatility

Coordinator

N/A

Participants (6)

MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY
Russia
Address
Leninskie Gory, 1/3
119992 Moscow
STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITET
Sweden
Address
Svante Arrhenius Vaeg, 12
106 91 Stockholm
SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ZUERICH
Switzerland
Address
Hoenggerberg, Hci
8093 Zurich
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH
Germany
Address
Lichtenbergstrasse 4
85747 Garching
UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID
Spain
Address
Ciudad Universitaria
28040 Madrid
UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM
United Kingdom
Address
Edgbaston Park Road
B15 2TT Birmingham