Technische Universitaet Chemnitz



Role in project

  • Thermomechanical modelling
  • Mechanical characterisation


NANOMAT creates a point for partnerships with industry for rendering services, novel research contracts, PhD programmes, international publications or EC-funded projects. Results will be published jointly with the consortium partners at international conferences and finally in journals. This increases also the visibility of high-quality research institutes in Europe. NANOMAT is in line with TUCs field of competence and research on experimental failure analytical techniques for micro- and power-electronic components for reliability and quality monitoring. The output of such a development is system knowledge, novel characterization techniques and new insights into smart production in an industrial environment. NANOMAT will enable TUC to employ one PhD student for three years, qualifying him/her for later R&D tasks in industry or academia.

Nanomat Coordinator

Dr. Afshin Ziaei

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