With advanced quality research, TUE contribues to the progress of technical sciences and thus the development of technological innovations. TUE aims to give significant impetus to knowledge-intensive industries and other social sectors with a high and rapidly evolving technology-intensity. In the last two decades, the activities in the area of polymer science and engineering have increased dramatically on the campus of TUE. The Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry is a wordwide renowned group with very significant publications in top journals.
Founded in 1970, INAC, a joint CEA-Université Joseph Fourier institute based in Grenoble, is a major actor in fundamental research on condensated matter, soft matter and cryogenics. It has programmes in several strategic areas: low carbon energy, information technology, health technology, global defence and security, development and use of large facilities, cryogenics for space and for large facilities.
The Palatine Centre
Stockton Road, Durham
DH1 3LE, UK
The University of Durham is a member of the prestigious Russel Group and is ranked 5th in the UK (Complete University Guide 2015) and a World 100 University (QS World Rankings 2014). The Department of Physics in Durham is one of the leading physics and astronomy departments in the UK. Professor Monkman’s research group is one of the world’s leading groups for spectroscopic studies of OLED and OPV materials, especially studies of triplet exciton properties in materials and devices
ul. Strzody 9
44100 Gliwice, Poland
SUT was founded in 1945 and is regularly ranked as one of the most prestigious technical universities in Poland. SUT has a student body of 33,000 and 12 faculties. The Faculty of Chemistry and its Department of Physical Chemistry and Technology of Polymers are internationally recognised in the field of conducting polymers, their synthesis, doping and characterisation.