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Controlled transport of water and ions in nanoconfinement

Tildelt: kr 3,0 mill.

A new technology is emerging, based on controlled transport of matter through channels with dimensions from Ångströms to nanometres. On these scales, the macroscopic description of transport phenomena breaks down, and it is necessary to integrate experiments with fully atomistic model calculations, and control non-equilibrium dynamics. Recent exciting developments in experimental and theoretical methods mean that we are finally at a stage where exploration of key processes is viable. For this focus, it is essential to train a new generation of early-stage researchers in diverse multidisciplinary and inter-sectorial skills required. This, in a few words, is the aim of FLUXIONIC network, which spans four European countries and brings together Europe’s (and world’s) leading scientists and entrepreneurs. Precisely because the topic of FLUXIONIC bridges Physics, Chemistry and Materials science, and necessitates close collaboration with emerging nanoscale industries, our major objective is to offer integrated supra-disciplinary training and a strong program of secondments with seamless cross-sectoral interactions. The DN program provides an ideal framework for creating such collaborative research/training platform. The impact of FLUXIONIC will be broad. We will train young researchers with unique and diverse profiles, who might become future leaders in the rapidly growing fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Our research will impact core challenges of modern society: clean water, disease treatment, sustainable energy production/storage/usage. Investing in training the new generation of researchers in this emerging field of science and technology is determinant for Europe’s future position as the world-leading power promoting sustainable development.


MSCA-Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA)


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