Enhancing the Beneficial Effects of Radiation Processing in Nanotechnology

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Project Type

Coordinated Research Project

Project Code

F22070

CRP

2215

Approved Date

21/06/2018

Status

3 - Active - Ongoing

Start Date

21/01/2019

Expected End Date

30/06/2023

Participating Countries

Brazil
Egypt
France
India
Indonesia
Italy
Japan
Kazakhstan
Malaysia
Morocco
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Republic of Korea
Russian Federation
Serbia
Thailand
Turkey
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Viet Nam

Description

The aim of this CRP is to develop radiation-driven nanofabrication process for value-added products and to provide structural and functional parameters for the nanofabrication. This CRP will attain the control of key parameters in radiation processing, such as radiation-induced chemical reactions, template effect on metal ions reduction, structural parameters such as size, shape and composition of nanomaterials, distribution of anchoring points and surface properties in radiation-grafted materials, and also address some specific issues mainly related to methodological and technological aspects, as well as include deeper exploitation of recent advances in swift heavy ions (SHI) irradiation and the emerging concept of nano-processing. The objectives for this CRP are: To develop processes, techniques, protocols for radiation-driven nanofabrication for value-added products To investigate key factors behind scientific challenges in radiation processing, such as structural and functional parameters, methodological and technological aspects To endeavour in transfer of research result to end-users To establish and develop the network of collaboration in the field of radiation-driven nanofabrication

Objectives

To exploit the innovative methodologies and technologies to fabricate high performance and high value-added nano-products for the applications in electronics, energy, environment, and advanced materials.

Specific objectives

To develop processes, techniques, protocols for radiation-driven nanofabrication for value-added products

To endeavour in transfer of research result to end-users

To establish and develop the network of collaboration in the field of radiation-driven nanofabrication

To investigate key factors behind scientific challenges in radiation processing, such as structural and functional parameters, methodological and technological aspects

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