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2020-06-30. Burkhard Beckhoff PTB SI traceable elemental mass deposition and chemical (oxidation) state determination based upon X-Ray Spectrometry (XRS), i.e. by XRF, XAFS and XES
Elemental and species depth profiling, interfacial elemental and species characterisation
ISO TC201 SC10 and German mirror comittee to ISO TC201
2020-06-30. Soumyadip Choudhury Technische Universität Chemnitz As a contractual partner or collaborator, we can offer the porous carbon materials with divergent porous morphlogies and reference porous carbon with well know morphology. We will also support with all analytical facilties e.g. microscopic techniques, Raman spectroscopy, surface area characterizations and finally to find the suitability of these materials as energy storage and electrochemical water treatment (desalination). To have more insight on the electrochemical processes inside the porous electrodes, metrology can have a strong impact to establish the structure-property relationships and corralate with the performances.
2020-06-30. antoine thill CEA We propose to provide to the consortium with a model porous material. It consists in a nanotubular clay called imogolite the internal surface of which can be chemically tuned.The chemical modifications of the internal surface have been recently obtained and qualitatively demonstrated using a solvatochromic dye. The nanotubes are monodisperse in diameter. The external diameter is between 2.2 and 3.5 nm depending on the composition. The length of the nanotube is polydispersed and is comprised between 10 nm and a few microns. The average length depends on the synthesis conditions.
Imogolite is not commercially available but the nanotubes are synthesized in a dedicated facility in our laboratory able to produce large amount (100 g/week). Characterized batches (SAXS, IR, NMR) of this model porous material can be provided to the whole consortium as liquid dispersions (stable over extended time) or as a powders in sealed ampoules.
2020-06-28. Jörg Radnik Federal Insitute for Material Research and Testing (BAM) Analytical methods for surface morphology and chemistry (SEM, STEM-in-SEM, EDS, XPS, SIMS, etc)
- Procedures for the analysis of porous thin films (electron probe microanalysis)
- BET, pycnometry
- Correlative electron microscopy with Auger electron microscopy
- FIB
- standardisation (ISO/TC 201, 202 and 229)) and pre-standardisation (VAMAS)
- certification of reference materials
- and more
2020-06-26. Vasile-Dan Hodoroaba Federal Institute for Research and Testing (BAM) - Analytical methods for surface morphology and chemistry (SEM, STEM-in-SEM, EDS, XPS, SIMS, etc)
- Procedures for the analysis of porous thin films (electron probe microanalysis)
- BET, pycnometry
- Correlative electron microscopy with Auger electron microscopy
- FIB
- standardisation (ISO/TC 201, 202 and 229)) and pre-standardisation (VAMAS)
- certification of reference materials
- and more
2020-06-26. Emmanuel Nolot CEA- Leti Large cleanroom facility @ CEA Leti
State of the art Nanocharacterization Platform
Capability to fabricate porous silicon films by etching silicon wafers in HF-based solutions on 200 mm Applied Materials Raider tool
Capability to monitor (in the line) properties such as optical index and thickness of porous silicon with M-line spectroscopy, spectroscopic ellipsometry & reflectometry, Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) and SEM.
Capability to monitor (in the line) the strain and crystalline properties using high resolution X-ray diffraction.
Possibility to include other analytical technique such as XRR, ...

Interest in the metrology of porous films (silicon, Al2O3, others)
2020-06-26. Stefan Guldin University College London I am the Head of the Adaptive and Responsive Nanomaterials Lab at UCL. We have over the years developed analytical skills in the analysis of mesoporous thin films (10nm up to several microns, pore sizes ranging from 1 - 60 nm). We offer one of the most advanced set-ups for ellipsometric porosimetry and also host a range of other suitable techniques, such as grazing-incidence X-ray scattering, atomic force and electron microscopy. A tutorial overview can be found in this recent paper:

Structural Characterization of Mesoporous Thin Film Architectures: A Tutorial Overview
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2020, 12, 5, 5195–5208
https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsami.9b17899

We also work intensively with QCM-d:

Anal. Chem. 2020, 92, 5, 4082–4093
https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.analchem.9b05736

Nanoscale, 2019,11, 11107-11113
https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2019/nr/c9nr03162f#!divAbstract

and recently also on the application of QCM-d to mesoporous architectures.
2020-06-25. Arthur Vieira Aalto University We have developed Scanning Droplet Adhesion Microscope for the characterization of surfaces and microscale systems related to wetting. Beyond this we also develop other instruments that may be useful in characterizing microfluidic systems.
2020-06-25. Arthur Vieira Aalto University We have developed Scanning Droplet Adhesion Microscopy for characterization of surfaces in interaction with liquids and soft matter. Beyond this, we also develop other instruments that may contribute to the characterization of porous surfaces.
2020-06-25. Quan Zhou Aalto University We have developed a scanning droplet adhesion microscope for characterization of surfaces and microscopic features related to wetting. see: droplet-instruments.com/scanning-droplet-adhesion-microscope.
We are still developing wetting and soft matter characterization tools with different functionalities, which may be useful for characterization of different surfaces and porous materials.
2020-06-24. Christian Gollwitzer PTB - SAXS characterization of porous bulk material
- GISAXS / XRR characterization of porous films on surfaces
2020-06-22. Narciso Gambacorti CEA-LETI CEA-LETI is one of the major technological research institute in Europe in the field of micro- and nano-technologies. CEA-LETI is interested in participate with his in-line metrology and off-line characterization platforms.
2020-06-18. Nenad Bundaleski FCT-UNL Our group has large experience in applied surface science including XPS and SIMS analyses of various materials. Besides, we are very active in studying the properties of cork (representing a cellular material), including studying gas flow and thermal desorption of different species by means of mass spectrometry. We believe that our experience and expertise can be welcome for this consortium.
2020-06-16. Alex Shard NPL
2020-06-12. Ali Enis SADAK TUBITAK-UME If you have a place in your project, I would like to take part in the project. We have many devices related to Surface area that we can use in your project. These include BET device, SEM and STEM device AFM device and solid NMR device. If you accept me, I would be happy to take part in your project. In addition to the N2 that we can use in the BET device, CO2, H2, CO, Kr, CH4 gases are currently connected. I do not know if it will work for your project, but I can perform the necessary measurements with these gases and at the same time, I can make selectivity measurements between them using IAST.

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