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EU FP7 No. 611143: DIADEMS-Diamond devices enabled metrology and sensing

Visegrad Group (V4) + Japan Joint Research Project on Advanced Materials: Nanophotonics with metal - group IV-semiconductor nanocomposites: From single nanoobjects to functional ensembles (NaMSeN)

Joint Project supported by the Korean Research Council of Fundamental Science & Technology (KRFC) and Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Institute of Enzymology, Wigner FK SZFI)

H2020-INFRADEV-1-2015-1: 676548 - BrightnESS - Building a research infrastructure and synergies for highest scientific impact on ESS

H2020-IPERION CH-2014-2015: 654028

H2020-654000, SINE2020 Science & Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020 Training

Max Planck Society Partner Group Grant: Ultrafast strong-field nanoplasmonics

H2020 FET-Open: Visual genetics: establishment of a new discipline to visualize neuronal nuclear functions in real-time in intact nervous system by 4D Raman spectroscopy

COST MP1401: Advanced fibre laser and coherent source as tools for society, manufacturing and lifescience

COST Management Committee tagságok

COST Action IC1208: Integrating devices and materials: a challenge for new instrumentation in ICT

COST Action ES1404: A European network for a harmonised monitoring of snow for the benefit of climate change scenarios, hydrology and numerical weather prediction

COST Action MP1407: Electrochemical processing methodologies and corrosion protection for device and systems miniaturization: e-MINDS

Nemzetközi együttműködések

Philipps Universität Marburg (Marburg, Germany), Optical properties of polydiacetylenes; Entanglement scaling in momentum space DMRG 

Freie Universität (Berlin, Germany), Basis optimization using MPS based approach; Ab-initio description of metal-insulator transitions

Universität Wien (Vienna, Austria), Development of TTNS algorithm

Technische Universität Berlin (Berlin, Germany), Tensor factorizations in high dimensional problems

McMaster University (McMaster, Canada), Bond breaking and formation through entanglement

Ustav Fyzikalni Chemie J. Heyrovskeho AV CR (Praha, Czech Republic), Development of the quantum chemistry version of the DMRG-TCCD method

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, and Instituto de Estructura de la Materia, CSIC (Madrid, Spain), Development of the nuclear shell version of the DMRG method

Saarland University (Saarbrücken, Germany), Nonequilibrium quench dynamics of quantum systems

Institute Néel (Grenoble, France), Phase transitions of systems with long-range interactions  

National Chengchi University (Taipei, Taiwan), Critical quench dynamics of random spin chains

Kuwait University (Safat, Kuwait), Entanglement entropy at first-order transitions

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Magnetic interactions in distorted systems

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Santiago de Chile, Chile), Biophysics with color centers in diamond and related materials

RMIT (Melbourne, Australia), Color centers in SiC nanoparticles for bioimaging

University of Melbourne (Melbourne, Australia), Single photon emitters in SiC devices

University of Pittsburgh (USA), SiC (nano)particles

University of Linköping (Sweden), point defects in SiC

Harvard University (USA), defects for quantum computing

University of Chicago (USA), SiC defects for quantum computing

University of Stuttgart (Germany), defects for quantum computing

University of Ulm (Germany), defects for quantum computing

Hasselt University (Belgium), defects in diamond

Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), defects in diamond and SiC

University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany), defects in diamond and SiC

University of Kobe (Japan), Si nanoparticles

Charles University (Czechia), Si nanoparticles

Slovakian Academy of Sciences (Slovakia), quantum Monte Carlo methods in Si nanoparticles

Warsaw University of Technology (Poland), Si layers and devices

University of Mainz (Germany), diamond defects

University of Saarland (Germany), diamond defects

Department of Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Seville (Seville, Spain)

National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos" (Athens, Greece)

Department of Physics, Shiga University of Medical Science (Shiga, Japan)

CNR-IMEM Institute, Parma

Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna

Department of Chemistry, Durham University

Institut de Physique de la Matière Complexe, EPFL, Lausanne

Physics of Condensed Matter Laboratory, École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France

Access e.V., Technical University of Aachen, Achen, Germany

ELI Beamline, Prague; common measurements at ESRF

Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles de Paris (France): Rheology of elongated grains and suspensions of fibers

RIKEN (Wako, Japan): Creation, active control, and possible application of topological defects in advanced soft matter systems

Jožef Stefan Institute (Ljubljana, Slovenia): Microfluidic systems based on anisotropic soft matter

MTA NKM-73/2016 (Hungarian-Bulgarian bilateral academic exchange project): Magnetic alloys and multilayers prepared by oscillating electrochemical reactions

Boston College, USA

Univ. Kiel, Germany

West Virgina University, USA

Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany

Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France

Baylor University Texas, USA

Institute of Physics Belgrade (Belgrade, Serbia), Interaction of discharge plasmas with surfaces

Josef Stefan Institute Ljubljana (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Surface treatments in afterglow plasmas

Institut Jean Lamour Ecole des Mines Nancy (Nancy, France)

Gabriel Lippmann Centre Luxembourg (Luxembourg) Elementary processes in afterglow plasmas

HAS Poland Academic Exchange

Institute of Chemistry Timisoara

India, Babha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai

European Spallation Source, Lund, Sweden

Forshcungszentrum Jülich, Germany

Institute Of Chemistry of the Romanian Academy

Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark

Technical University of Denmark

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

China Academy of Sciences – Institute of High Energy Physics – China Spallation Neutron Source: Neutron scattering instrumentation development for the China Spallation Neutron Source built in Dongguan.

University of Vienna, Study of optical properties of aerosols and their climate relevance with dual wavelength optical particle spectrometer

University of Vienna, ERC A-LIFE project

Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (Garching, Germany), Study of ultrafast light-matter interactions.

Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (Garching, Germany) with P. Dombi.

Carl von Ossietzky University (Oldenburg, Germany) with P.  Dombi and B. Nagy.

Texas A&M University (College Station, USA)

University of Ulm (Germany)

University of Graz (Austria)

Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies (St. Petersburg, Russia), Light emission properties of polymers with plasmonic nanoparticles

Universität Kassel (Kassel, Germany) Surface functionalization of nanodiamond

Uzhhorod National University (Uzhhorod, Ukraine), Structural transformations in chalcogenides

V. Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductor Physics (Kiev, Ukraine), Structural properties of gyrotropic cadmium diphosphide crystals

A.M. Prokhorov General Physics Institute of RAS (Moscow, Russia), Nanodiamond characterization

University of Birmingham (Birmingham, United Kingdom), Stimulated Raman scattering of alkyne tagged DNA and other biomolecules

Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology (Martinsried, Germany), Stimulated Raman scattering techniques for zebrafish studies

Tartu University (Estonia), Spectroscopy of doped borate crystals for quantum optics and dosimetry

Osnabrück University (Germany), Small polarons in luminescent LiNbO3: From bulk to nanocrystals

Paderborn University (Germany), Paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy of rare earth doped oxide crystals

Technical University, Darmstadt (Gernot Alber) – Dynamics and Control of Quantum Networks

Czech Technical University in Prague (Igor Jex) –   Iterative dynamics of quantum systems

University of Osnabrück – Small polarons in luminescent LiNbO3: From bulk crystals to nanocrystals