Grants

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The foundation of our research group has been financed by the „Lendület” (Hungarian: momentum) programme of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, won by our group leader.

Since then, it has been awarded several grants of the European Union and the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, namely


  • Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Application: The optical properties of group IV semiconductor nanocrystals - an ab initio many-body approach, 2010-2011
  • EU FP7 No. 270197: DIAMANT-Diamond based atomic nanotechnologies, 2011-2014
  • OTKA No. K101819: Design, fabrication and analysis of luminescent silicon carbide nanocrystals for in vivo biomarker applications, 2012-2016
  • OTKA No. K106114: Development of novel silicon carbide nanomarkers and more effective glutamate and GABA uncaging materials for measurement of neuronal network activity and dendritic integration with three-dimensional real-time two-photon microscopy
  • EU FP7 No. 611143: DIADEMS-Diamond devices enabled metrology and sensing, 2013-2017
  • Visegrad Group (V4) + Japan Joint Research Project on Advanced Materials: Nanophotonics with metal - group IV-semiconductor nanocomposites: From single nanoobjects to functional ensembles (NaMSeN), 2015-2018

OTKA = Hungarian Scientific Research Fund; MTA = Hungarian Academy of Sciences; FP7 = Framework Programme 7 (of the EU).

HAS Momentum programme logo Diamant logo OTKA logo Diadems logo

Consortia with the membership of our group

DIAMANT (EU FP7)

DIADEMS (EU FP7)

Hungarian OTKA consortium: Balázs Rózsa (KOKI), Pál Andor Maák (Department of Atomic Physics, BME), Ibolya Molnár Perlné (Institute of Chemistry, ELTE)