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Materiaalitutkimuksen laboratorio
Materials research laboratory consists of two research groups that study the electronic and atomic structure and dynamics of a wide variety of state of the substance. The common factor is spektroskopisten experimental methods, such as electron and ionispektroskopian, active use, tightly coupled with quantum-mechanical computer modeling. A significant part of our research is carried out using synchrotron radiation in major international Accelerator Laboratory. Our laboratory also has a number of active laitekehitys- and building programs. Materials Science research group investigate how the building blocks of matter at the atomic level will behave under the influence of X-ray radiation: for example, how does as part of biomolecules are broken down and ultraviolet radiation damage to the coating materials.

We also study more exotic material manifestations, clusters (10-10000-sized atom nano-particles), which are key to the development of many new materials. Material development are studying the diffusion of atoms in alloys and interfaces.
We also do service studies in the Turku area businesses and other institutions of the University.
We use and develop the latest spectroscopic methods, which result in the detailed view of the quantum-mechanical event chains at the atomic level.
We are making measurements in major international Accelerator Laboratory (synchrotron and free-elektronilasereilla). alongside experimental work plays an important role in quantum computation and modeling.
Teeme also a lot of device development, and building a new research equipment:
Materials Physics Research Group examines the materials, surfaces, interfaces and thin films, their composition, atomic structure and electronic structure, as well as their impact on the physical and chemical properties. The results are suitable for metal, electronics and chemical industries. Dissertations published in the 2000s, a group dealing with the inverse photoelectron spectroscopy method of measurement, atomic structure and electronic structure of silicon and compound semiconductors, the catalytically active nanoparticles and properties of SiC electrochemical oxidation
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