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November 4th, 2009

Acht veni-subsidies voor natuurkunde

Abstract:
NWO heeft acht jonge, recent gepromoveerde natuurkundigen een Veni-subsidie toegekend. Zij kunnen met de subsidie, maximaal 250.000 euro per onderzoeker, gedurende drie jaar ideeën ontwikkelen en onderzoek doen. In totaal heeft NWO dit jaar onder 143 onderzoekers 36 miljoen euro verdeeld.

De helft van de acht gelukkigen zijn bekenden van FOM, omdat zij op FOM-onderzoek gepromoveerd zijn of als onderzoeker in dienst zijn geweest. Ook onder de gehonoreerde voorstellen bij andere NWO-gebieden zijn (oud-)FOM-onderzoekers.

Coupling light, electrons, and nano-mechanical motion FOM-onderzoeker dr. G.A. (Gary) Steele (m) 13-02-1976, Toronto (Canada) TUD - Kavli Institute of Nanoscience
Koolstof nanobuisjes vormen een relatief nieuwe verschijningsvorm van koolstof. Ze hebben opmerkelijke elektronische, optische en mechanische eigenschappen. De onderzoekers zullen een nieuwe, schone vorm van nanobuis-technologie gebruiken waarin licht, elektronen en mechanische beweging gecombineerd worden in een enkel apparaatje op nanometerschaal. Dit heeft mogelijke toepassing in kwantumcomputers en nanotechnologie.

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