The project is conducted in close collaboration by the researchers from the University of New Hampshire (UNH), USA and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany. The formation of this collaborative team is motivated by mutually complementing sets of expertise and facilities, by the history of productive collaboration, and by the desire to provide students and young researchers from both countries with a meaningful and challenging international research experiences.
Project Meetings and Student Exchange:
09/11/11 - 12/11/11
Professor Tsukrov's visit to Karlsruhe (Germany) for collaborative research with KIT.
01/29/11 - 02/04/11
Dr. Romana Piat visited UNH.
06/01/10 - 06/20/10
Visit of two graduate students Borys Drach and Nikolay Timoschuk to KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany.
3rd All-Project Meeting, Karlsruhe, Germany
09/22/09 - 09/26/09
Second all-project meeting, UNH, Durham, USA. 2 lectures by Dr. Olaf Deutschmann and Dr. Romana Piat were given during the meeting.
Protocol of the meeting
09/21/09 - 03/23/10
Michael Buck, a graduate student from the University of Karlsruhe visited UNH, Durham, NH, USA. He worked on his masters thesis for 6-month at the University of New Hampshire. His main focus was performing macroscopic testing on C/C samples.
06/04/09 - 07/06/09
Visit of PhD student Borys Drach to KIT to familirize with research facilities and conduct collaborative research, Karlsruhe, Germany.
11/11/08 - 11/13/08
First all-project meeting, Karlsruhe, Germany.