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Sub-group leader:

Dr. Bernhard C. Bayer

TISS
Address:
Getreidemarkt 9/BC/02/A30
1060 Wien
Austria

Tel: +43/1/58801-165228
Fax: +43/1/58801-165981

e-mail: bernhard.bayer-skoff@tuwien.ac.at

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We are very grateful to several funding agencies and our academic and industrial partners for supporting our work.

To date Dr. Bayer has acquired a total of ~755k EUR third-party funding of which ~680k EUR as principal investigator incl. from FFG (Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft/Austrian Research Promotion Agency), European Commission/ Marie-Sklodowska-Curie-Actions, OeAD (Agentur für Bildung und Internationalisierung) and TU Wien’s competitive Innovative Projects programme.

At TU Wien:

 

Funding Agency

Role

Project

Partners

Duration

FFG

PI &
consortium leader

SolarSulfide2D: Scalable production of two-dimensional sulfides for sustainable photocatalytic applications

Industrial partner: Tribotecc GmbH, Austria, https://www.tribotecc.com/

2021-2024

FFG

PI &
consortium leader

HARD2D: Two-dimensional materials as ultrathin corrosion barriers on steels by adapting industrial surface hardening processes

Industrial partner: Rübig GmbH, Austria, https://www.rubig.com/

Academic partners: CEST, Austria, https://cest.at/, Shanghai University, China, https://apply.shu.edu.cn/

 

2020-2022

 

FFG

Co-I

PhoQus2D: Tuneable room-temperature single photon source from quantum emitters in 2D materials on a chip

Academic partner & PI: Dr. Sarah M. Skoff, TU Wien, Atominstitut, www.skofflab.com

2021-2022

Competitive TU Wien Innovative Projects programme

Co-I

Energy deposition of ions in low-dimensional materials

Academic partner & PI: Ass.-Prof. Richard Wilhelm, TU Wien, Institute of Applied Physics, https://ions.science/wp/

2019-2022

 

At University of Vienna:

 

Funding Agency

Role

Project

Partners

Duration

OeAD

PI

Multi-probe in-situ characterization of the environmental responses of two-dimensional materials

Czech partner: Dr. Otakar Frank, Czech Academy of Sciences, https://scholar.google.cz/citations?user=Z0g-_wQAAAAJ

2018-2019

FFG

PI

VISION: Visualizing nano-mechanics of two-dimensional membranes by in situ Atomic Force Microscopy-Scanning Electron Microscopy

Industrial partner: GETec Microscopy GmbH, Austria, https://www.getec-afm.com/

Academic partner: Shanghai University, China, https://apply.shu.edu.cn/

2017-2019

FFG

PI

GRATEC: Graphene-/carbon nanotubes-based layers for thermal enhancement of electronic circuits

Industrial partner: ZKW Elektronik GmbH, Austria, https://zkw-group.com/

Academic partners: Joanneum Research, Materials, Austria, https://www.joanneum.at/en/materials, Chinese Academy of Sciences – Institute of Metal Research, China, http://english.imr.cas.cn/ 

2017-2019

European Commission/ Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Individual European Fellowship

PI

2DInterFOX: Integration of two-dimensional nanomaterials with functional oxide nanostructures

 

2015-2017

FFG

PI

GraphenMoFET: Graphene – MoS2 heterostructures by PVD and Aerosol Jet Printing methods

Partners: Joanneum Research, Materials, Austria, https://www.joanneum.at/en/materials, Graz University of Technology, https://www.tugraz.at/home/, Danubia Nanotech, https://www.danubiananotech.com/

2015-2016