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*Please mention only initiatives of cooperation had in the last five years.

1. Typology of cooperation

Joint research programs

No. of joint research programs


Joint study programs (PhD, master)

No. of joint study programs (PhD, master)


Jointly edited publications (journals, monograph, …)

No. of Jointjy edited publications (journals, monograph, …)


Jointly organised activities (meetings, confer., workshops

No. of jointly organised activities (meetings, confer., workshops



No. of Fellowships


Exchange programs

No. of exchange programs


Visiting professor (incoming / outcoming)

No. of visiting professor (incoming / outcoming)


Other initiatives (please specify)


No. of initiatives


2. Tipology of partnership

No. of National partnership agreements
Established in your own country


No. of South East European (SEE) partnership agreements
Established with countries from the Region


No. International Partnership Agreements
outside South East European Countries


Additional info
As from above, please specify name of the partner, location and programme of cooperation

South East European (SES) partnership agreements Ciurea M. L. Cankaya University, Ankara, Turkey Modelling and simulation: transport phenomena in nanostructures (0D, 1D and 2D) 2008 – 2013 Ciurea M. L. Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey Quantum dot solar cells 2008 – 2011 Filoti G. Department of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece Magnetic nanostructures by self-organization 2007-2009 Frunza L. Institute of Physics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (IOP), Kiev,Ukraine Physical bases of the structure forming and phase transitions in heterogeneous systems such as inorganic nanoparticles in organic matrix (liquid crystals, polymers etc) 2009-2011 Kuncser V. JINR-Dubna, Russia Comparative investigations of magnetic colloid systems by means of muon and Mossbauer spectroscopy Project code 359/01.06.2007 Theme No 05-2-1040-2001/2009 with JINR-Dubna 2007-2009 Ioachim A. TKI Ferrite, Hungary Project RO 40 /2007 , ROID 26 Low loss microwave dielectric materials for passive microwave components 2006-2010 Miclea C. University Salonic, Greece New piezoelectric materials for high performance piezoelectric devices 2004-2007 Moldoveanu V. Physics Department, Faculty of Physics, Bilkent University, Turkey Charge and Spin effects in confined electron systems 2004-2008 Moldoveanu V. Physics Department, Faculty of Physics, Bilkent University, Turkey Quantum coherence and charging effects in mesoscopic spin filters 2009-2011 Morosanu C. Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Ioannina, Greece Development and evaluation of bioactive multilayer implants from ceramic coated titanium for tissue engineering applications 2007 - 2009 Popescu M. Lviv Scientific Research Institute of Materials of Scientific Research Company “Carat”, Lviv, Ucraina Semiconducting chalcogenide glasses, nano-structured materials and other complex materials 2004-2008 Popescu M. V.E. Lashkaryov Institute of semiconductor physics-Kiev, Ucraina Development of high-resolution inorganic photoresists 2004-2008 Popescu-Pogrion N. Sabanci University (SUI) Tuzla, Turkey Advanced materials for alternative energies and clean environment 2007-2010 Popescu-Pogrion N International Science & Technology Centre, Russia Project code: ISTC A-1695 Transparent Conductive Nanomaterials for Solar Cell Nanotubes / Diamond Like Carbon Composite Transparent Conductive Material for Solar Cell and Conductive Coating Applications 2009 – 2012 Sandu V. JINR-Dubna, Russia Investigation of controlled recrystallization in glasses containing d3 elements Project code 15/24.11.2008 Theme No 04-4-1069-2009/2011 2009-2011 International Partnership Agreements Aldea A. Matematiske Fag, Aalborg Universitet,Denmark Nonlinear and time dependent transport in nanostructures 2005-2008 Aldea A. Köln University, Germany Mesoscopic Physics 2004-2009 Aldica G. California University, Davis, California, USA Prepararea HTS prin metode neconventionale 2003-2007 Aldica G. Universitatea din California, Davis, SUA Tomography and image analysis of dense and bioactive nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite obtained by rapid sintering under the influence of external electrical fields 2007-2009 Aldica G. Universita degli Studi di Torino, Italy Synthesis of nanostructured superconducting materials by means of unconventional techniques 2008-2010 Baltog I. Institute des Materiaux Jean Rouxel, Nantes, France Composites and hybrids materials based on conjugated polymers and carbon nanotubes studied by Raman light scattering, FTIR spectroscopy, photoluminescence and electrochemical techniques 2003-2007 Baltog I. Institute des Materiaux Jean Rouxel, Nantes, France Etudes de spectroscopiques et spectroelectrochimiques des materiaux composites ou hybrides a base de polymeres conjugues et composes carbones nanostructures 2008-2010 Banciu M. G. University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia New RF and microwave devices 2002-2006 Baibarac M. Materials Science Institute, Barcelona, Spain Hybrid materials based on conducting organic polymers (COP) and semiconducting and metallic nanoparticles synthesis, characterization and applications 2005-2009 Bunescu C. Institut fur Oberflachen und Dunnschichttechnik (IfOD) Hochschule Wiesmar Germany Structural and Magnetoresistive effect Investigations in Double Perovskites 2004-2006 Ciurea M. L. Optics and Plasma Research Department Risø National Laboratory Technical University of Denmark – DTU, Roskilde, Denmark Nanostructured materials 2007-2010 Constantinescu S. Institute Francilien of Geosciences, University of Marne la Vallée, France Natural semiconductors (arsenopyrite and tourmaline) and gold ores/ mineralization, the crystallo-chemistry investigation of arsenopyrit minerals (structural association, defects and traps of gold) from South Carpathians deposits (Valea Stan, Costesti Jidostita) 2006-2009 Crisan A. Nanoelectronics Research Institute of AIST Tsukuba, Japan Comprehensive Agreement on Joint Scientific Cooperation in the field of Science and Technology of Advanced Materials 2007-2012 Crisan O. Department of Physics, University of Leicester, UK Core-shell nanoclusters for advanced applications 2004-2008 Crisan O. Programme Hubert Curien PHC “ Brancusi”:ANCS – CNRS Laboratoire de Physique de l’Etat Condense, UMR CNRS 6087, Universite du Maine, Le Mans , France Hard magnetic nanocrystalline materials obtained from amorphous precursors 2008-2010 Crisan O. UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Indore, India New magnetic low dimensional systems 2007-2009 Diamandescu L. Duquesne University, Physics Department, Pittsburgh, USA Unconventional synthesis and the investigation of physics and chemistry of iron based nanoscaled oxide structures for applications in sensors and catalysis 2002-2005 Diamandescu L. Duquesne University, Physics Department, Pittsburgh, USA Solvothermal elaboration and the study of physical properties of some substituted oxide structures 2006-2010 Enculescu I. Geselleschaft fur Schwerionnenforschung, Germany Defects produced in alkali halide crystals by heavy ion irradiation 2007-2010 Filoti G. Beijing Electron-Positron Collider (BEPC) National Laboratory, Beijing, China Structure investigations by X-ray techniques of new materials of crystalline, quasicrystalline and disordered structure 2003-2007 Filoti G. Padova University, Engineering Dept., Italy Hyperfine and magnetic interactions in inter-metallic compounds with complex structures 2001-2004 Filoti G. Padova University, Chemistry Dept., Italy Chemical bonds and structure in metal- organic, coordination compounds and oxides 2001-2004 Filoti G. Laboratoire de Physique de la Matière Condensée, Universitaté Cergy-Pontoise, France Structure, electronic and magnetic properties of materials and systems based on combining magnetic metals and semiconductors: metal-semiconductor interfaces, ferromagnetic semiconductors, highly magnetic polarized semimetals 2003-2007 Frunza L. Institute of Materials Research and Testing BAM Berlin, Germania Surface effects in composites systems and guest – host interaction in restricted geometry 2004-2006 Frunza L. Leibniz-Institute for Catalysis at University of Rostock, Außenstelle Berlin (former ACA - Berlin) and Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM-Berlin) Germany Surface interactions in catalysts based on transition metal oxides and confinement of liquid crystals to molecular sieves 2003-2008 Frunza L.. Leibniz-Institut fűr Katalyse e.V. an der Universität Rostock, Rostock, Germany Surface effects in complex nanostructured systems with potential applications in catalysis 2009-2011 Galatanu A. Univ. of Nantes, Institute of Materials , Nantes, France Physics of strongly correlated electron systems in Kondo insulators, localization phenomena and applications 2006-2011 Ghica C. Institute of Materials Physics and Chemistry of Strasbourg, France Systèmes nanoparticulaires polymers/oxides en vue d’applications biomedicales 2005-2007 Ghica C. Institute of Materials Physics and Chemistry of Strasbourg, France Growth, processing and characterization of ZnO nanostructures 2007-2009 Kuncser V. University of Duisburg, Germany Interphase mechanisms in thin layer compounds and composites 2007-2012 Ioachim A. IPCF-CNR Pisa, Italy Materials with low dielectric and magnetic losses at microwave frequencies 2005-2010 Lazanu S. University of Florence, Italy Irradiation effects on semiconductors and semiconducting devices 2007-2011 Lazanu S. University of Ulm, Germany Irradiation effects on semiconductors and semiconducting devices 2005-2009 Lazarescu M. University of Ulm, Germany Non-linear optics at GaAs electrodes 2003-2008 Miclea C. Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany Hydrostatic pressure cells for measurements at high pressure and low temperature 2004-2005 Miu L. University of Kent, Kent, Ohio, USA HTS properties in normal state 2004-2007 Miu L. Institute of Physics, University of Mainz, Germany Vortex dynamics in HTS films and superlattices 2008-2011 Miu L. Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan Magnetization relaxation in HTS films with improved supercurrent transport properties 2008-2011 Moldoveanu V. Physics Division, Science Institute, University of Iceland, Iceland Magnetism and dynamic phenomena in meso-physics 2004-2007 Moldoveanu V. Physics Division, Science Institute, University of Iceland, Iceland Non-linear and time-dependent transport in mesoscopic systems: theory and applications to semiconductor spintronics 2008-2011 Morosanu C. Department of Ceramic and Glass Engineering, University of Aveiro, Portugal Preparation, structural characterization and in vitro evaluation of implant-type bio-glass thin films deposited onto titanium alloy substrates 2008 - 2010 Nistor L. C. University of Antwerpen, EMAT Laboratory Antwerp, Belgium Nano-structured multifunctional oxide materials: the role of the local structure on their physical and chemical properties 2005-2009 Nistor S. V. University of Antwerpen, ECMP Laboartory, Antwerp, Belgium Designing new advanced, multifunctional materials with lattice defects 2005-2009 Nistor S. V. University of Torino, Experimental Physics Department, Torino, Italy Cubic boron nitride as a new material for radiation detection and devices in extreme conditions 2006-2008 Nistor S. V. University of Antwerp, ECMP Laboratory, Antwerp, Belgium Designing new advanced, multifunctional materials with lattice defects 2005-2009 Popescu M. University of Marakesh, Morocco Materials and methods for detection of pollutants in water 2008-2010 Popescu M. Technical University Chemnitz, Germany Non-crystalline and crystalline semiconductors and complex oxides doped by rare-earth elements prepared as thin films 2004-2008 Popescu M. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India Optical and complementary researches on new chalcogenide glasses 2004-2008 2004-2008 Popescu-Pogrion N. Instituto de Ceramica y Vidrio, CSIC- Madrid, Spain Advanced materials for alternative energies and clean environment 2003-2006 Popescu-Pogrion N. Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (IAMT) Krakow, Poland Advanced materials for alternative energies and clean environment 2004-2008 Predoi D. Le Havre University France Ultrasonic characterization of bio-ceramics powders and fero-fluids 2007-2012 Predoi D. University of Bordeaux I, France Magnesium based nanocomposites for hydrogen storage and Fe oxide colloids 2005-2012 Secu M. ENEA Frascati Rome, Italy Optical Spectroscopy of point defects in heavy doped LiF for photonic applications 2006-2008 Secu M. Physics Department of Paderborn University, Germany Crystalline materials activated with rare earths for X-ray digitized radiography 2005-2008 Stan G. University Aveiro ,Portugal Study of chemical growth process in physiological media onto calcium phosphate base layers sputtered on varoius biocompatible substrates 2007-2011 Stanculescu A. University of Angers: Optical Properties of Materials and Applications (POMA) Laboratory, France Organic and hybrid compounds. Low dimension organic multilayer structures 2008-2011 Stoica T. Institute fuer Bio-und Nanosysteme , Juelich, Germany Physical measurements on GaN, InN and SiGe 2007 – 2009 Stoica T. The Racah Institute of Physics, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel Transport in novel semiconductors 2004-2007 Teodorescu V. S. University “Claude Bernard”, LPMCN., Lyon, France Systemes nanoparticulaires polymers/oxides en vue d’applications biomedicales 2007-2009 Tomescu A. Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie, University Tuebingen, Germany Complex investigations of p-type semiconducting metal oxides; potential applications 2008 – 2009 Valeanu M. BarIlan University, Department of Chemistry, Ramat Gun, Israel Nanomaterials and nanocomposites for special application 2004-2008 Vasiliu F. Rostock Universität, Fachbereich Physik, Rostock, Germany Microstructural characterization of nanomaterials using electron microscopy (TEM, SEM, EDX), atomic- and magnetic-force microscopy AFM/MFM methods 2005-2008

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