National and International Projects

At M2N we are involved in the following national and international projects and consortia:

  Advanced Research Center Chemical Building Blocks Consortium (ARC CBBC) with the project “Perovskite crystallization for stable and large scale printable solar cells”

Computational sciences for energy research initiative (CSER) with the projects “Atomistic morphology of organic solar cells: key to efficient charge separation (ATOMORPH)” “Computed multiscale design of nanowires for thermoelectrics (COMPNANOTHERMO)”


ERC Advanced Grant Solar Energy Conversion in Molecular Multi-Junctions (TripleSolar) − CORDIS


Graphene Flagship with the project “Tailoring spin-interactions in graphene nanoribbons for ballistic fully spin-polarized devices (TAILSPIN)”

  Gravitation Program Research Center for Functional Molecular Systems (FMS)
  High Tech Materials (HTM) program of NWO in conjunction with the Materials innovation institute (M2i) with the project “Towards lead-free organometal halide perovskite solar cells for steel substrates” (HTM)
  Interreg Project EnOp

Interreg Project Flexlines

  ITN-project Interfaces in Opto-Electronic Thin Film Multilayer Devices (INFORM) − CORDIS
  ITN-project European School on Artificial Leaf: Electrodes Devices (ITN eSCALED) − CORDIS

Joint Solar Programme III (JSP3)

  Marie Curie Skłodowska Individual Fellowship “Controllable Growth and Charge Carrier Transport of Fibrillar Microstructure of Semiconducting Polymers in Field-Effect Transistors and Photovoltaics” (FibrillarMICROSTRUCT) CORDIS

NWO Physics Projectruimte with the projects: “Room temperature ferromagnetism in hydrogenated epitaxial graphene”, “Evolutionary Computing in Nanomaterial Networks”, and “Advanced EELS for Unravelling the Enigmas of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems” (NWO)

  Twinning project Boosting the scientific excellence and innovation capacity in organic electronics of the Silesian University of Technology (Orzel) – CORDIS