DAFNEOX (Designing Advanced Functionalities through controlled NanoElement integration in OXide thin films) is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) action funded by European Commission through H2020-MSCA and lasting from 2015 to 2019.
Our aim was to develop new inexpensive, scalable and efficient bottom –up approach for positioning nanoobjects in regular patterns and to implement them in optoelectronic technology, a major challenge in nanotechnology today. The synergy between the quasi zero-dimensional elements and functional oxides with an exceptional range of properties (encompassing ferromagnetism, ferroelectricity, semiconducting and metallic behaviour) opens a completely new concept to nanoelectronics.
Our project brings together experts in experimental and theoretical physics including materials science and advanced electronic/spectroscopic expertise and one spin-off with the goal to develop new inexpensive, scalable and efficient bottom –up approaches for positioning nanoobjects in regular patterns and to implement them in optoelectronic or catalysis technologies.
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