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Magnetic materials are key components in  transportation, hybrid electrical vehicles (HEV) and information technologies, in machines and many other systems.  Research is performed in the framework of national and international projects:
 
  1. "Replacement and original magnet engineering options (ROMEO)",
    EC-FP7-NMP-2012-SMALL-6 Project  #309729-1 (2012-2015).

  2. "Rare earth free permanent magnets (REFREEPERMAG)",
    EC-FP7-NMP-2011-SMALL-5 Project #280670 (2012-2015).

  3. "Terabit Magnetic Storage Technologies (TERAMAGSTOR)",
    EC-FP7-ICT-2007-2 STREP Project on Information and Communication Technologies #224001 (2008-2011).

  4. "Exchange spring media for advanced magnetic recording",
     Austrian Science Fund-FWF P19350-N16 (2007-2008).

  5. "Self-assembled nanoparticles and nanopatterned arrays for high density magneto-recording (HIDEMAR)",
    EC-5FPR Growth Project GRD1-2001-40316 (2003-2006). 
  6. "Lorentz microscopy of pinning magnets at variable temperature",
     Austrian Science Fund-FWF P14899-PHY (2002-2004).
     
  7. "Novel hard magnetic materials for high temperature applications (HITEMAG)",
    EC-5FPR Growth Project GRD1-1999-11125 (2002-2005).
     
  8. "Advanced numerical micromagnetics", (Project page)
    Austrian Science Fund-FWF Y132PHY (2000-2006).
     
  9. "The role of oxygen on the magnetic properties of highest energy density Nd-Fe-B magnets",
     Austrian Science Fund-FWF P13433-PHY (1999-2002).
     
  10. "Finite element micromagnetic simulation of high frequency magnetization reversal",
    COST P3 PROJECT/Austrian Science Fund-FWF P13260 TEC (1998-2001).

    COST : European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research : http://www.cordis.lu/cost/

  11. "European Magnets with Enhanced Remanence for Greater Efficiency (EMERGE)",
    EC-Brite Euram Project BRPR-CT95-0097) (1996-1999).
     
  12. "Micromagnetic simulation of interaction phenomena in ferromagnetic materials",
    Austrian Science Fund-FWF 10511 NAW (1995-1998).

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