Research group - Formation, research and application of multi-functional thin-film structures and nanocomposites

Mission of the group – the research and study activities within the field of multifunctional thin-layer structures and nanocomposite formation and application, integrating the fundamental knowledge of physics and materials engineering, also international experience; adapting and developing modern research methods and new technologies, emphasizing the research excellence and the quality of academic activities, attraction of new talents.

Vision of the group – a growing productive team of researchers carrying out worldwide ambitious research in the field of multifunctional thin-layer structures and nanocomposite formation and application, actively involved in project activities, providing research knowledge-based studies, offering final degree projects and PhD topics reflecting high technology business needs and the latest cutting-edge trends in science.

The activities of research group are related to:

  • Formation and investigation of thin-layer structures used in the medium-temperature solid oxide ion and proton conductive fuel cells.
  • The formation of multifunctional thin-layer structures using physical methods and their investigation.
  • Formation and study of micro and nano structures / membranes with catalytic, bioavailability and other properties.
  • Modeling, modification and application of multifunctional materials and investigation of their physico-chemical phenomena.
Research Priority Areas New High Technology Materials
Technologies for Sustainable Development and Energy
Lithuanian Smart Specialization Areas and Priorities New production processes, materials and technologies
 

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