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Tallinn University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical and Materials Technology physicochemical characterization of industrial wastes;
mineral carbonation;
utilization of industrial wastes;
process modelling 
Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies;
Secondary raw Materials
Univeristy of Tartu, Institute of Physics Materials for sensors and nanoelectronic devices for novel light sources, nanophosphors, fibres and radiation transformers as well as for a variety of surface coatings, including anti corrosion, photoactive, wetting and tribological coatings. Pooling of knowledge
Technology Transfer
International and European Research
Establish strategic partnerships with high-quality and renowned R&D institutions
Creation of new knowledge
Tallinn University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical and Materials Technology   Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies
Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Polymer Materials Nanostructured yarns and fibres, fibrous nanocomposites, functional materials, poly-ionic liquids, cellulose based polymers, electrospinning technology, technology of plastics Composite Technology
Materials for sustainable and affordable low   carbon energy technologies
Secondary raw materials
Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Materials Science monograin powders, kesterites, characterization of optical and electrical properties of mterials,  multicomponent materials, CdTe, electrodes, solar cells Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies
Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Materials Science chalcopyrites,  thin films, chemical spray, sol-gel deposition, thermal analysis Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies
Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Materials Science HRSEM; EBSD; EBIC; AFM; chacterization of structural and chemical composition of different materials, thin films by different chemical and physical methods, electrochemistry, kesterites, SnS,  Composite Technology
Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies
Secondary raw materials
University of Tartu, Institute of Technology Multiscale modeling of materials behaviour;
Design and modification electroactive polymer composite materials and interfaces;
developing prototypes
Integrated Computational Materials Engineering
Design of New Interfaces, Surfaces and Coatings
Composite Technology
Materials for Health
Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies
Univeristy of Tartu, Institute of Chemistry multi-scale modeling of materials behaviour;
nanofabrication , micro and nano technologies;
polymer systems with nano and microcontrolled structures;
physical characterization of nanostructures.
Design of New Interfaces, Surfaces and Coatings;
Composite Technology;
Materials for Health;
Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies
Univeristy of Tartu, Institute of Chemistry CER: Advanced materials and high-technology devices for energy recuperation systems Design of New Interfaces, Surfaces and Coatings;
Composite Technology;
Materials for Health;
Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies
Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Materials Science electrochemical deposition, detectors,  concentration Materials for health
Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Materials Science thin films, powders, solar energetics. kesterites, SnS,  Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies
National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics CER: Emerging orders in quantum and nanomaterials Integrated Computational Materials Engineering;
Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies;
Materials for Health
University of Tartu, Faculty of Science and Technology, Institute of Physics EU flagship GRAPHENE
Graphene-Based Revolutions in ICT And Beyond
Integrated Computational Materials Engineering;
Materials for sustainable and affordable low carbon energy technologies;