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  • COST Action MP1406: Multiscale in modelling and validation for solar photovoltaics
    of the art optoelectronics Exploiting them for the challenging implementation of next generation solar cell architectures requires novel multiscale modelling and characterization approaches which capture both the peculiar features at nanoscale and their impact on the optoelectronic performance at device levels To foster progress towards such approaches MULTISCALESOLAR creates a new network of experts defragmenting knowledge by combining existing research activities to address key issues in in next generation photovoltaics raised by academic and industrial end users It provides quantum mechanical descriptions of electronic optical and vibrational properties in order to parametrize mesoscopic models for the dynamics of charge carriers photons and phonons in nanostructures This yields effective material parameters for use in macroscopic device level models validated at each step by experiment This Action combines theoretical and experimental expertise in industry and academia benefitting the European Research Area The Action actively addresses gender issues and favours early stage researchers developing their scientific and management skills The Action yields for the first time validated multiscale understanding of nanostructure properties for optoelectronic applications with a focus on third generation photovoltaics News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam Nikola Buric 28 December 2015 SCL Seminar

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/active-projects?id=964 (2016-02-10)
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  • COST Action MP1307: Stable Next-Generation Photovoltaics
    stability Initial reports indicate that the required lifetime of more than 20 years is theoretically feasible However progress in this area has been slow because the complex and hierarchical degradation paths involved can only be understood by applying complementary chemical and physical characterization techniques The Action StableNextSol aims to create a highly interdisciplinary network of academic and industry researchers to study the degradation mechanisms occurring in state of the art OPVs based on the use of complementary analytical techniques The Action seeks to integrate and generate fundamental knowledge and expertise to foster disruptive innovations targeted to mitigate device failure and aims to develop new concepts for OPVs that are more stable and reach lifetimes longer than 20 years The added value of this COST Action will be the contribution of photovoltaic researchers at the European EU and international levels along the entire value chain and of public sector decision makers who will promote the implementation of specialisation policies and standards currently lacking in this area This Action will contribute to the development of the new generation of researchers in the field by supporting the cooperation and interaction between different laboratories and large European infrastructures News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/active-projects?id=902 (2016-02-10)
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  • COST Action MP1303: Understanding and Controlling Nano and Mesoscale Friction
    energy and material saving toward a sustainable development Europe has a strong scientific nanotribology community spreading over physics materials science chemistry earth and life sciences So far this community lacks a chance to interact closely enough it is in urgent need of better networking to favor collaboration among groups and exchange of complementary expertise A COST Action operating beyond the national horizons can indeed mobilize and put together the critical

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/active-projects?id=879 (2016-02-10)
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  • COST Action TU1305: Social Networks and Travel Behavior
    groups defined by location to individually based social networks High speed telecoms allow for ad hoc personalised networks that affect travel behaviour Unfortunately research has lagged behind ICT advances as our understanding of current travel behaviour is limited and existing urban mobility solutions cater to population behaviour that no longer exists The transport demand models used today are based on inadequate understanding of the new social structure A new transport paradigm is needed for the ultra urbanized smart city This COST action aims to initiate a new collaboration framework for the various EU research groups that develops a new transport paradigm based upon ICT social networks and their subsequent travel behavior in the urban environment The goals are to explore ways in which social activities become mobilised in space identify how social ties affect the integration of local public transport into urban patterns and develop a rigorous conceptual framework for new ideas and methodologies This work will be achieved by creating a joint discussions platform that includes seminars thematic working groups discussion sessions workshops and publishing scientific results News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam Nikola Buric 28 December 2015 SCL Seminar by

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/active-projects?id=906 (2016-02-10)
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  • MPNS COST Action MP1305 Flowing matter
    of mesoscopic particles can flow like a simple Newtonian fluid deform elastically like a solid or behave in a complex manner When the internal constituents are active as for biological entities one generally observes complex large scale collective motions The phenomenology is further complicated by the invariable tendency of fluids to display chaos at the large scales or when stirred strong enough A fundamental understanding of flowing matter is still missing impeding scientific progress effective control on industrial processes as well as accurate predictions of natural phenomena Flowing matter frequently presents a tight coupling between small scale structures and large scale flow urging for a unifying approach The Action will coordinate existing research efforts into a synergetic plan of collaborations and exchanges to develop an innovative multi scale approach able to encompass the traditional micro meso and macro scales descriptions Breakthroughs in the understanding of flowing matter will impact on fundamental key scientific issues such as the glass the elasto plastic and the jamming transitions as well as industrial applications including health energy cosmetics detergents food paints inks oil and gas News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam Nikola Buric 28 December 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/active-projects?id=946 (2016-02-10)
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  • Programme Pavle Savic 2014: Self Assembly of Magnetic Hard-Spheres: Effect of Magnetic Field and Confinement
    there are magnetotactic bacteria whose dynamics is particularly sensitive to the presence of an external magnetic field and microstructures that they form can be manipulated by external magnetic field R Blakemore Science 190 377 1975 E Alphandery et al ACS Nano 3 1539 2009 The two research groups will explore following three topics in the framework of the bilateral project i self assembly of magnetic beads in the presence of an external magnetic field ii Microstructures of magnetic beads confined in two dimensions eg by gravity in the presence of an external magnetic field and iii Mixture of binary magnetic beads with and without external magnetic field The project represent a formalization of the fruitful collaboration between French and Serbian research groups that had already started Until now we were interested in the structures of lowest energy ground state of magnetic beads in the absence of an external magnetic field A transition between three types of the structures has been identified with increasing number of the magnetic beads N For small N N 4 the short chains are ground states of the beads For an intermediate number of beads 3 N 14 the rings are ground states with magnetization vectors

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/active-projects?id=880 (2016-02-10)
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  • OI 141035: Modeling and Numerical Simulations of Complex Physical Systems
    complex problems in physics i e problems involving systems consisting of many bodies and or having many degrees of freedom which are not easily amenable to standard experimental or theoretical investigations Numerical modelling and simulations are heuristic tools making it possible to view new and previously inaccessible domains in science and to build up intuition on the new phenomenology The goal of this process is to translate new found intuition into better algorithms and new analytical results Project 141035 is built around the Scientific Computing Laboratory best ranked EU centre of excellence in the region under FP6 project CX CMCS and its state of the art computing communication and storage facilities The purpose of the project is to harness these resources to gain key insight into the following research topics Efficient calculation of path integrals Modeling and numerical simulations of granular systems Investigation of strongly correlated quantum systems Modeling of transport processes in the Earth atmosphere system Apart from the aforementioned research topics we plan to continue ongoing research on related problems including modeling of gravitational accretion and the study of dynamics on scale free networks News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/projects/30-completed-projects/474-oi-141035-modeling-and-numerical-simulations-of-complex-physical-systems (2016-02-10)
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  • EGEE-III: Enabling Grids for E-sciencE
    Grid infrastructure independent of their geographic location The EGEE project also focuses on attracting a wide range of new users to the Grid Main objectives of the project are to continuously improve and maintain the middleware in order to deliver a reliable service to users to attract new users from industry as well as science and ensure they receive the high standard of training and support they need and to

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=476:egee-iii-enabling-grids-for-e-science (2016-02-10)
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