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Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia

 - functional materials for electronics and photonics (light emitters, sensors, ICT, prototyping of photonic and microelectronic devices)
- nanotechnology, nanocomposites and ceramics (transparent nanoceramics, ferroelectric materials, Li-ion batteries, hydrogen production and storage, thermoelectric materials)
- thin films and coating technologies (magnetron sputtering, PVD, CVD, MOCVD, PLD technologies)
- theoretcial and experimental studies of materials structure and properties (theory and modelling of solid state materials, EXAFS, optical spectroscopy, electron microscopy)

Integrated computational materials engineering (ICME)
Innovative surfaces, coatings and interfaces
High performance synthetic and biobased composites
Functional materials
Materials for additive manufacturing

Riga Technical University

 - electroconductive polymer based composites
- laser radiation induced efects in semiconductors
- photoinduced changes in optical materials

Innovative surfaces, coatings and interfaces
High performance synthetic and biobased composites
Functional materials
Interfaces between materials and biological hosts for health applications
Materials for additive manufacturing

Institute of Chemical Physics at the University of Latvia

 - nanostructured materials and devices
- plasmonics and nanotrsuctural optics
- quantum chemistry of molecules
- radiation processes in materials
- new materials for fission and fusion reactors

Integrated computational materials engineering (ICME)
Innovative surfaces, coatings and interfaces
High performance synthetic and biobased composites
Functional materials

Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry

 - fundamental studies in the field of wood science, wood and polymers chemistry
- applied studies for obtaining innovative products and materials from renewable raw materials resources - wood and plant biomass

High performance synthetic and biobased composites
Interfaces between materials and biological hosts for health applications