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Collaborations and Funding

Funding

  • Irish Research Council Advanced Laureate Award; "SUPERTUNNEL: New Concepts for Superconducting Tunnelling Junctions"
  • Postgraduate Fellowships; IRC (Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Programme and Enterprise Partnership Scheme), Naughton Fellowship, Bolashak Scholarship , Talap Scholarship.
  • Enterprise Ireland; Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund "Microfluidic Gene Transfection Cell Analysis and Sorting Platform (GTCASP)" & Commercialisation fund "New paradigm for voltage measurement technology – NEWVOLT"
  • Erasmus Plus; KA107 2018, 2019, 2020 - Russia (Institute of Solid State Physics Russian Academy of Science), Kazakhstan (Nayarbayev University, Nur-Sultan), Belarus (Belarusian State University)

Erasmus+

KA107 Erasmus+ facilitates the mobility of staff and students between partner Institutes for teaching and training purposes. The School of Physics, TCD has formed partnerships with Institutes in Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus. The project facilities collaborative a) research projects b) research-led teaching of postgraduate students and c) training of mobile research staff, undergraduate and postgraduate students.

The Applied Physics Research Group's participation in Erasmus+ began with a partnership with the Institute of Solid State Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, Moscow in 2015. Our engagement has since expanded to include Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan and Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus.


We collaborate with an extensive network of researchers, independently and through funded collaborations.

Below is a list of some of the collaborations we are involved in:

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