Grants:

  • Belas (102-47/03020348) Uhlíkové (nano) struktury a jejich modifikace pro kompozity

    Grant agency: TACR
    Identification number of grant: TH03020348
    Head of the project: Doc. Ing. Eduard Belas, CSc.

    Grant annotation

    Uhlíkové kompozity


Finished grants:

  • Belas (102-13/201835) Charge transport in SiC radiation detectors

    Grant agency: GACR
    Identification number of grant: 18-12449S
    Head of the project: Doc. Ing. Eduard Belas, CSc.

    Grant annotation
    The main object of this project is the characterization of a broad spectrum of transport and spectroscopic properties of SiC radiation detectors prepared with various types of electrical contacts using L-TCT and other characterization methods and finding optimal preparation method of detector with the highest mobility-lifetime product. Wide band-gap (WBG) silicon carbide (SiC) plays an important role in optoelectronic applications as a material for production of uncooled radiation detectors operating in extremely harsh environments such as in space and the automotive, aeronautic and nuclear industries.

  • Belas (102-48/18266) Kompozitní materiály na bázi modifikovaných uhlíkových nanostruktur a vodivých polymerů

    Grant agency: MŠMT
    Identification number of grant: CZ..//15_019/0004547
    Head of the project: Doc. Ing. Eduard Belas, CSc.

    Grant annotation
    Aplikace-Vyzva I Registační číslo projektu: CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/15_019/0004547 Kompozitní materiály na bázi modifikovaných uhlíkových nanostruktur a vodivých polymerů. Výzkum, vývoj a příprava komerční realizace nových kompozitních materiálů na bázi uhlíkových nanostruktur kombinovaných s vodivými polymery, s cílem kombinace jejich vodivých a filmotvorných vlastností.

  • (102-13/201426) Surface pasivation of CdTe/CdZnTe radiation detectors

    Grant agency: GACR
    Identification number of grant: P102/15-05259S
    Head of the project: Doc. Ing. Eduard Belas, CSc.

    Grant annotation
    Main goal of the project: 1. Complex study of influence of the surface polishing and chemical etching procedures of CdTe/CdZnTe radiation detectors on the leakage current and their charge collection efficiency. 2. Investigation of the passivation technology (wet and dry passivation approach) and the contact configuration (geometry of the guard-ring) by a complex of experimental methods and theoretical models and its effect on the detector noise, leakage current and charge collection efficiency. 3. Search for optimal etching conditions, passivation method and contact configuration.

  • Diagnostics of material defects using the latest defectoscopic methods

    Grant agency: GACR
    Identification number of grant: 102-09/HO74
    Head of the project: Doc. Ing. Karel Liederman, CSc. (Fakulta elektrotechniky a komunikačních technologií (FEKT) Fyzikální ústav UK, Ke Karlovu 5 +420 541 146 340)
    Vice-head of the project: Doc. Ing. Eduard Belas, CSc.

    Grant annotation
    The submitted project is oriented toward improving the quality of the research and scientific education\ of PhD students in the field of analysis of material defects, and further toward the support and coordination of research activities within the framework of four participating doctoral study programmes. Methods involved include noise diagnostics, nonlinear spectroscopy, acoustic emission and dielectric spectroscopy. The project stresses the training of students for research/scientific work, development of needed skills, team collaboration as well as the presentation of results. Each participating PhD students deals in his individual work with one of the above-mentioned methods and the proposed project will allow them to broaden their horizons by other diagnostic methods that will be suitable for the analysis of the given material from a different point of view or through a different approach. Also important will be the fact that participating PhD students will not only deal with a particular method, but that they will obtain a broader view of the problem and in a wider context.