Normal forms at resonant saddles after blow-up Hasselt University
This project aims at providing a fundamental understanding of the RET mechanism in hybrid Qdot
nanomaterials. As such, it involves four different parts:
1. Synthesis of well-defined donor-acceptor systems, where a single Qdot donor is coupled to a controlled
number of organic dye or Qdot acceptors.
2. Study of the RET efficiency by means of steady-state and time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy and
comparison of the ...
Nieuwe kernmerkextractie methoden voor de verbeterde analyse van magnetische resonantie spectroscopie en spectroscopische beeldvorming. KU Leuven
Quantitative tomographic segmentation of magnetic resonance images University of Antwerp
Strategic Research Programme: High-Energy Physics at the VUB Vrije Universiteit Brussel
energetic phenomena in the Universe, the nature of dark
matter and the structure of primordial quark-gluon plasma
using the CMS detector at the Large Hadron Collider and
beyond this reach, the most energetic particles coming from
the cosmos, as detected by the IceCube observatory.
Study of structural transformations in metal organic frameworks using electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy Ghent University
The purpose of this project is the study of electronic and structural transformations in metal organic frameworks. The project focuses on understanding the flexibility of these materials. Next to X-ray diffraction and absorption techniques, mainly electron magnetic resonance spectroscopy will be used in this research.
800 MHz solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer for materials and food science KU Leuven
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy probes the chemical environment of atoms in matter by subjecting it to a strong magnetic field and communicating with a selection of its atoms using “radio signals”. With the present investment KU Leuven acquires a top level solid state NMR spectrometer (800 MHz), unique in Flanders, as part of its ambition to lead NMR technology development in collaboration with a world leading spectrometer ...