Mission: The Institute for the Materials Workshop carries out interdisciplinary research based on knowledge of the physical properties of materials and complex systems at the atomic scale and their functionalities. Its activities include: - design, numerical simulation, synthesis and advanced analysis of molecular systems, nanostructured materials and prototype devices of interest in the fields of energy, bio-medicine, nanotechnology and atomic precision manufacturing. - use of synchrotron and neutron radiation sources for the structural, energetic and dynamic analysis of complex materials and systems and for their nanostructuring - development of advanced instrumentation and methods for the use of synchrotron and neutron radiation sources - development and implementation of new computational methods and numerical algorithms for the study of materials and molecular systems.
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