Members of the COST Action Nanocohybri collaborate with partners in the private sector in a number of projects and activities. Some are listed below.
Development of novel Hall effect sensors for magnetic imaging. Most recently this has been in the area of graphene Hall sensors for imaging and magnetometry.
Collaboration with American Superconductor and Shanghai Superconductor who have both provided samples of 2G-HTS coated conductor tapes for magnetic imaging studies linked to the development of new types of sensors. Communicted by Simon Bending.
“Microfir Tehnologii Industriale Ltd” (Micro-Fiber Technologies & Industries), a R&D and production company, was established in 2002. They accumulated the vast experience and knowledge of over 40 years of research, development, production and multiple applications of glass-coated microwires. The widest spectrum of unique physical properties that is demonstrated by microwires produced from various metals and alloys in different glass coatings, was the base for multi-profile activities of the company. Communicated by Vladimir Fomin.
To address quantum circuits in essential low noise environment dedicated microwave filters are required, which are under development with BHE Bonn Hungary Electronics Ltd. Communicated by Szabolcs Csonka.
Devices for aerospace projects are tested at cryogenic temperatures.
The development of the zero-emmission aircraft project requires the use of liquid hydrogen at 20 K, for which there is a need of knowledge and testing materials and devices. Communicated by Hermann Suderow.
SUMITOMO Electric Industries, Ltd., SuNAM Co., American Superconductor(AMSC), Bruker HTS GmbH, Fujikura Ltd., SuperOx, SuperPower Inc. and THEVA Dünnschichttechnik GmbH. Different types of collaborations to help us establish the TLAG process as an innovative low cost high throughput process for CC manufacturing and/or the integration of CC in energy and high energy physics applications. Communicated by Teresa Puig and Anna Palau.
Growth of tips and devices for advanced scanning probe microscopy. Communicated by José María de Teresa.
CNRS has a Joint Lab with Thales Research & Technology to develop and implement high-temperature superconducting electronic devices for signal processing, such as antennas, resonators and filters based on superconducting quantum interference effects. Communicated by Javier Villegas.