Projects 2000-2006

  • Project title: Setting up of an Italian-Slovenian research network for the study of nanostructured materials and the exploitation of synchrotron radiation.

  • Priority task: Human resources, cooperation and systems harmonisation
  • Project measure: Measure 3.2 - Cooperation in culture, communication, research and institutions for the systems between harmonisation

  • Project code: AAFVG332285
  • Users: National Institute of Matter Physics (Genoa)
  • Partner:
    Amadeus d.o.o. (Tourism - Ljubljana)
    Aqamarine d.o.o. (Izola)
    Atvo S.p.A. (S. Donà di Piave)
    Venice Municipality
    Group of Economic Interest "Marco Polo System" (Implementation and Management of Community Programmes - Venice)
    Kompas d.o.o. (Ljubljana)
    LTO Koper-Capodistria - Local Tourist Organization
    Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Slovenia (Ljubljana)
    Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia (Ljubljana)
    Tourism Board (Ljubljana)
    Pomorski muzej – Museo del mare »Sergej Mašera« Piran – Pirano
    San Lorenzo Marketing ( Portorož Casino)
    Soline, pridelava soli d.o.o. (salt works, Portorož)
    TIC Izola - Tourist Information Centre (Izola)
    TIC Portorož - Tourist Information Centre (Portorož)
    Venezia Opportunità - Special Agency of Venice Chamber of Commerce

  • Description: The project’s objective is the setting up of a research network involving ths Slovenian partners in the use of the research facilities at the TASC-INFM laboratory in Basovizza; for example, the working out of new materials, nanostructures, and the use of beamlines at Elettra Synchrotron. These infrastructures, highly advanced at an international level, are already used by researchers of all countries, but are still underutilized by the Slovenian scientific community. Elettra is a last-generation synchrotron radiation source: thanks to its features, it is a crucial tool for the advanced experimental study of innovative materials - even materials structured at the nanometric level. The TASC-INFM laboratory is also equipped for the development of innovative materials by means of the molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) technique and for the manifacturing of electronic and photonic products. Other advanced techniques are available for the analysis of the electronic, structural and morphological properties of the materials. The initiative aims both at informing senior Slovenian researchers about the opportunities available in the field of materials analysis, and at training a new generation of young Slovenian researchers in the use of these experimental techniques, which have a very high technological impact. The group formed by these researchers will later be able to widen the number of cross-border users. In the end, a computer network will be developed, in order to exchange scientific programmes and data and to disseminate scientific and technical knowledge among the partners involved and other regional bodies. To this end, meetings/symposiums and workshops are organized for scientific updating.
  • Homepage Url: http:///

  • Project data begin: June 2004
  • Project data end: May 2007
  • Approved costs: 451.000,00 €
  • Region / Statistical region: Venezia

List of beneficiaries

The list of beneficiaries, the names of providers and their projects, and the amount of public funding for projects is being made publicly available, each year in February, in line with Article 7 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1828/2006 and the European Transparency Initiative (COCOF April 23, 2008).

List of beneficiaries of the CBC Programme Italy-Slovenia 2007-2013 (last update: February 2017