JTC 2019 Funded Projects

The projects listed below are recommended for funding to the national/regional research funding organisations of FLAG-ERA by the JTC 2019 Steering Committee.

Important: The actual funding of the projects depends on the successful completion of the contract negotiations at the national/regional level. We have prepared a FLAG-ERA JTC2019 funded project – Important information document for all recommended projects, to provide guidance on the next steps.

List of projects for the sub-call “Graphene – Basic Research and Innovation” (alphabetical order)

Acronym and title Coordinator
2DHetero – hBN/Graphene 2D Heterostructures: from scalable growth to integration Mindaugas Lukosius
IHP GmbH – Leibniz Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik
DE, BE, FR
2D-NEMS – 2D-Material Heterostructure NEMS Sensors Kristinn Gylfason
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
SE, DE, ES
DeMeGRaS– Detection mechanisms in graphene radiation sensors Avgust Yurgens
Chalmers University of Technology
SE, DE, FR
DIMAG – Electrically controlled ferromagnetism in 2-dimensional semiconductors Michel Houssa
KU Leuven, Laboratory for Semiconductor Physics
BE, DE, FR, SI
OPERA – Nanographene for quantum technologies Jean-Sébastien Lauret
Laboratoire Aimé Cotton
FR, DE, BE
PROSPECT – PatteRned cOatings based on 2D materials benzoxazine reSin hybrids for broad range Pressure detection David Beljonne
Université de Mons
BE, FR, SI, SE
SOgraphMEM– Spin Orbit functionalized GRAPHene for resistive-magnetic MEMories Paolo Perna
Fundación IMDEA Nanociencia
ES, DE, BE, FR
TATTOOS – TunAble Twistronics : local tuning and probing of TOpOlogical edge states and Superconductivity in bilayer graphenebicouche Benoit Hackens
Université catholique de Louvain
BE, DE, FR
To2Dox – Transferable 2D layers of correlated oxides Jacobo Santamaria
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
ES, DE, FR, LV

List of projects for the sub-call “Graphene – Applied Research and Innovation” (alphabetical order)

Acronym and title Coordinator
ETMOS – Epitaxial Transition Metal dichalcogenides Onto wide bandgap hexagonal Semiconductors for advanced electronics Filippo Giannazzo
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche – Istituto per la Microelettronica e Microsistemi
IT, FR, HU, SK
GO-FOR-WATER – Graphene cOmposites FOR advanced drinking WATER treatment Manuela Melucci
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
IT, GR, SE, TR
GRAPHAR – Graphene enabled optical phased array for LIDAR applications Vito Sorianello
Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni
IT, IL, UK
LASERGRAPH – In-situ laser fabrication of graphene electrodes and interlayers for next generation CIGS/Perovskite solar cells Emmanuel Stratakis
Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH)
GR, BE, SI, SE
LEGOCHIP – Multifunctional Nanoporous Graphene Integration in Operational Nanophotonic Biosensor Devices Cesar Moreno
Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
ES, IT, UK
MARGO – MAxillofacial bone Regeneration by 3D-printed laser-activated Graphene Oxide scaffolds Claudio Conti
Univerità Sapienza di Roma
IT, ES, GR
PeroGaS – Solution-Processed Perovskite/Graphene Nanocomposites for Self-Powered Gas Sensors Liberato Manna
Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
IT, GR, IL

List of projects for the sub-call “HBP – Basic & Applied Research and Innovation” (alphabetical order)

Acronym and title Coordinator
DOMINO – Development of cortical multisensory integration mechanisms at micro- and macro- scales during normal and pathophysiological conditions Umberto Olcese
University of Amsterdam
NL, FR, GR, IT
HA-CTion – Hypothalamic histaminergic modulation of brain regions involved in fear memory Beatrice Passani
University of Florence
IT, FR, NL
MILEDI – Multiscale Modelling of Impaired LEarning in Alzheimer’s Disease and Innovative Treatments Ausra Saudargiene
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
LT, FR, IT
MoDeM – The “Motor-way” to Decision-Making: how the motor system drives cue-triggered decisions Giuseppe de Pellegrino
University of Bologna
IT, FR, NL
NeuronsReunited – Neurons reunited: data and software to reconstruct long-range projection neurons, place them in a digital reference brain with high precision, and model their interactions Paul Tiesinga
Radboud University
NL, DE, BE, ES, IT
PrimCorNet – Layer-specific characterization and modeling of fronto-parietal dynamics in primate cortical networks Thomas Brochier
Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone
FR, DE, GR
SENSEI – Segmentation of Neurons using Standard and Super-Resolution Microscopy Nicola Vanello
Research Center “E. Piaggio” – University of Pisa
IT, BE, FR
SMART BRAIN – Advanced Morphological Reconstruction of Human Brain Tissue by Multimodal Fusion of Multiscale Optical Imaging Technologies Jonathan Mapelli
Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia
IT, FR, NL
SoundSight – The sight of sound: how vision shapes the development of auditory inputs to the occipital cortex Christian N Levelt
Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience / KNAW
NL, BE, ES

*bold = coordinating country, italics = without JTC funding