Nanotechnology Research Centers In World : A to H

General Knowledge Lists: The list of Nanotechnology Research Centers In World.
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Following is the list of Nanotechnology Research Centers In World:



 S.No. Nanotechnology Research Center
Year Of Estb.

Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR)

 Virginia 1997
Discovery, development, and integration of affordable aerospace warfighting technologies

AIST Research Center for Advanced Carbon Materials

 Japan  1962 To fabricate rational nanoscale materials as basic building blocks and the hierarchical assembly of these nanomaterials to fundamental elements for nanodevices that would serve as functional components for applications in nanotechnology.

Bussan Nanotech Research Institute (XNRI)

 Japan  2001 To direct their efforts into research areas related to the environment, energy and medicine.

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research - Nanoelectronics

 Canada  1982 It offers financial support to researchers in fields such as cosmology and gravity, earth system evolution, economic growth and institutions, evolutionary biology, experience based brain and biological development.
5 Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) India 1977 To conduct research in the frontier areas of modern biology, research relevant to societal needs, and application-oriented research towards commercialisation.

Chemical Process Engineering Research Institute (CPERI)

Greece 1985 To conduct high caliber basic and applied research, to develop novel technologies and products and to pursue scientific and technological excellence in selected advanced areas of Chemical Engineering, including Energy, Environment, Materials and Process Technologies, in response to the needs of the Greek and European industrial and productive sector.

Advanced Materials Research Center (AMRC)

U.S.A. ---- To combine the scientific strengths of state universities with the high-tech capabilities of major manufacturers to produce future oriented technology.

Defense Advanced Research Projects (DARPA)

U.S.A. 1958 To prevent strategic surprise from negatively impacting U.S. national security and create strategic surprise for U.S. adversaries by maintaining the technological superiority of the U.S. military.

Egypt-IBM Nanotechnology Research Center

Egypt ---- developing expertise in nanoscience and nanotechnology.

European Centre for Nanomedicine

Italy 2009 To perform common research in the field of nanotechnology.

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)

Germany 1974 To actively engage in technology transfer.

Flanders Materials Centre (Flamac)

Belgium 2005 Synthesis and characterization of submicron metal-oxide coatings via chemical vapor deposition.

Focus Center on Functional Engineered Nano Architectonics (FENA)

USA 2003 To create and investigate new nano-engineered functional materials and devices, and novel structural and computational architectures for new information processing systems beyond the limits of conventional CMOS technology.

Fraunhofer Center Nanoelectronic Technologies CNT

Germany 2005 To become a key semiconductor and nanoelectronics research center to accelerate the introduction of new semiconductor technologies from R&D to production.

Fujitsu Laboratories

Japan 1993 To improve the quality of life and provide a safer environment by harnessing the power of information and communications technology (ICT).

GKSS - Working Group Nanostructured Materials

Germany ---- the development and characterization of nanostructured materials, mainly for light weight materials, electrically conductive materials and membrane applications.

Heidelberg Center for Quantum Dynamics

Germany ---- is devoted to fundamental questions concerning the dynamics of
quantum systems at the borderline between few-body and
many-body physics.
provides an umbrella organization across the Departments of
the University and the Max-Planck Institutes in Heidelberg, etc.

Holst Centre

Netherlands 2005 To develop generic technologies and technology platforms for wireless autonomous transducer solutions and systems-in-foil.

HP Quantum Science Research (QSR)

USA 1994  focused on preparing HP for the challenges and opportunities ahead in electronic, photonic, and mechanical device technology as features continue to shrink to the nanometer scale, where quantum mechanics becomes important.

Hungarian Academy of Sciences Chemical Research Center

Hungary 1997 Aiming at the research of new catalysts, surface coatings, interfacial phenomena, nanoparticles, microporous and mesoporous materials, new polymeric materials, ceramics, and composites