Forskningssamarbejde

DTU Fysik har et tæt samarbejde med en række danske og udenlandske universiteter

og forskningsgrupper, se nedenstående oversigt.

 

Samarbejdspartners navn og nationalitet

Type af samarbejde 

Baggrund for valg af partner
(inkl. sektion)

Berkeley - University of California

Research collaboration on magnetic nanoparticles

Unique instrumention facilities and staff (SurfCat)

Chinese Academy of Science, IPP Hefei

Sino Danish Collaboration on Education and Science

Leading Asian fusion experiment (PPFE)

ESS and MAX lab (MAX IV)

In-kind contracts, shared PhD students, research collaborations

DTU (Physics) strategy, x-ray scattering, Imaging (NEXMAP)

European XFEL, Hamburg, Germany

Development of instrumentation and ultrafast x-ray science, adjoint professorship

Will become the world’s best facility for ultrafast x-ray science (NEXMAP)

EURATOM partners (e.g. JET, MPI Gar-ching, Tu/e)

Collaboration agreement

Central research institutes within fusion research (PPFE)

Harvard University, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, US

Joint FI project, former DTU PhD student now postdoc at Harvard

 

Biophysics of plants, leading plant biologists at Harvard (BIO)

 

Max Planck institute,

Erlangen, Germany

Sapere Aude, Graduate school

Quantum metrology (QPIT)

Queensland University, Australia

Joint Lundbeck grant

Leading expertise in opto-mechanics (QPIT)

Stanford University, US

Collaboration contracts, CNEEC, CASE, XFEL beamtime with Pulse center

Sustainable energy, Photochemi-stry (SurfCat, CAMD, NEXMAP)

EPFL, Switzerland

Graduate School on Sustainable Energy technology

Sustainability and catalysis, DTU strategy (SurfCat, CAMD)

TUM, Germany

 

Graduate School on Sustainable Energy technology

Sustainability and catalysis, DTU strategy (SurfCat, CAMD)

http://www.fysik.dtu.dk/Forskning/Forskningssamarbejde
21 JULI 2017