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Nanochemistry:

- Functionalization of nanotubes
- Organiic synthesis
- Polyelectrolytes
- TEM imaging

Environmental chemistry:

- Analysis of pollutants
- Purification methods
- Soil and water samples

 

Research Areas

- Toxicology
- Energy Sciences
- Pollution dynamics
- Water pollution circulation
- Life cycle of pollutants
- Heavy Metals
- Molecular interactions
- Environmental remediation
- Waste management
- Exotic Materials

 

 

Fjordforsk A.S. Midtun, 6894 Vangsnes, Norway.
Org.nr: 911659654 | www.fjordforsk.no

Supersymmetry in quantum computing

 

Project partner:

 

Dept. of Mathematics "Giuseppe Peano" , University of Torino, Via Carlo Alberto 10, 10123 Tornio, Italy. Contact: Prof. Anna Fino.

 

Project duration: 2016 -

Project desccription:

Supersymmetry defines a physical method for classifying and calculating the properties of matter in a different fashion, compared to classical symmetry. Supersymmetry is still in its developmental phase, however it can be a critical tool for interpreting computational language, by devising its characteristics on anyons, low-dimensional systems and computational topology profiles. In this collaboration a method for correlating supersymmetric definitions with computational language is being studied. This project is important for development of computational methods and algorithms for working with boson-, anyon- and fermionic systems in computational architectures.

 

Project leader: Manzetti S.

Project participants: Manzetti S., Fino A, Trounev A.

 

Publications:

Manzetti S. (2018). Applied Quantum Physics for Novel Quantum Computation Approaches: an Update. Computational Mathematics and Modeling, 29, 2: 244-252.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News

 

22 Jun.: Publication of a survey of rogue wave phenomena in fiberoptics and oceanic systems. Read more.

24. Feb. : New study on the current and emerging approaches in applied quantum physics in computation and new technologies. Read more.

1 Dec.: Study of the DNA-binding affinity of parabens, phthalates and perfluorinated compounds publshed at the American Chemical Society. Read more

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