Presentations of FLAG-ERA JTC 2015 Project Kick-off Seminar available
On the 13th and 14th of April 2016, the FLAG-ERA Consortium organized a Seminar in Budapest to kick off the research projects funded through the Joint Transnational Call (JTC) 2015.
Each project representative was invited to present the research plan of the project during a 20 minute presentation. In total, all 6 projects funded in the topic in synergy with the Human Brain Project and the 13 projects in the field of the Graphene Flagship were presented. Each project presentation was followed by a short Q&A session to allow for interaction with the audience. The individual project presentations can be viewed below.
- 2Dfun: 2D functional MX2-graphenes
- G-IMMUNOMICS: Characterization of Graphene immune-impacts through omics approaches and genotoxic analysis GraNitE: Graphene heterostructures with Nitrides for high frequency Electronics
- GraNitE: Graphene heterostructures with Nitrides for high frequency Electronics
- Graphtivity: Graphene-based optoelectrochemical sensor for the simultaneous monitoring of the electrical and chemical activity of single cells
- GRIFONE: Graphitic films of group III nitrides and group II oxides: platform for fundamental studies and applications
- GRMH2TANK: High-performance and lightweight Graphene-CFRP compressed Hydrogen storage tank for aerospace applications
- HiMagGraphene: Atomic-scale control of graphene magnetism using hydrogen atoms
- iSpinText: Induced Spin Textures in van der Waals Heterostructures
- NU-TEGRAM: Nanofluidics and Ultrafiltration with Track Etched Graphene-Polymer-Composite Membranes
- SOgraph: Tailoring Spin-Orbit effects in Graphene for spin-orbitronic applications
- TAILSPIN: Tailoring spin-interactions in graphene nanoribbons for ballistic fully spin-polarized devices
- Trans2DTMD: Theoretical investigation of electronic transport in functionalized 2D transition metal dichalcogenides
- TUGRACO: Towards Ubiquitous GRAphene based RF COmmunications demonstrating and understanding graphene based plasmonic THz antenna potential and limitations
Human Brain Project topic
- CANON: Investigating the canonical organization of neocortical circuits for sensory integration
- CHAMPMouse: CHArting Multi-areal Visual Perception in the Mouse
- FIIND: Ferret Interactive Integrated Neurodevelopment Atlas
- FUSIMICE: Ultrafast Functional Ultrasound (fUS) Imaging for Highly-Resolved Targeted Mapping of Functional Connectivity in the Awake Mouse Brain
- MULTI-LATERAL: Multi-level Integrative Analysis of Brain Lateralization for Language Clyde FRANCKS
- SloW-Dyn: Slow Wave Dynamics: from experiments, analysis and models to rhythm restoration
More information about the FLAG-ERA JTC 2015 Project Kick-off Seminar is available here.