Institution statistics

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MOLDOVA - Moldova 

Ranking results:

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Ranking timeline:

European project participation (2000-01-01 - 2020-12-31 ):

Performance:

Funding:

Total funding allocated to projects this organisation participated or coordinated

Funding per Partner:

Since 2014 individual funding per partner. If data is not available at CORDIS: total funding / No of participants.

Projects:
Leadership:

Total number of projects: 6
As coordinator: 0
As participant: 6
Sole participant: 0
Coordinator / Participant Ratio: 0*

*Ratio includes only projects with > 2 partners

Summary:
Total project funding [€]:Projects [No]:
Year:coordinator*participant*per partner  as coordinatoras participant
2006 0 60.000 20.000 1
2002 0 299.720 53.087 3
2001 0 120.000 17.143 1
2000 0 480.900 120.225 1
*n.b.: These numbers represent the total amount of funds allocated to projects this institution has participated in, not the funding allocated to this institution

Networking:

Constancy:

Total number of partners:25

Partner loyalty:
Frequent Partner: (> 2 projects): 0
Rare Partner: 25

Frequent / Rare Partner Ratio: 0

Diversity:

Categories:
Category:No:
RTD HORIZONTAL TOPICS6
INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY2
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONCERNS1
PHYSICAL AND EXACT SCIENCES1
ENERGY1
PROTECTING MAN AND HIS ENVIRON1
AGRICULTURE AND MARINE RESOURC1
MEASUREMENTS AND STANDARDS1
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES1

Project overview:

Start dateProjectacronymrolefundingpartners
2006-04-01Development of THz sources on nanostructured semiconductors and focusing elements on photonic crystals INTASĀ 2005-104-7567participant60.0003
2002-07-01Monolayered opalline super lattice: application to nanotechnology of 2D ordered array of epitaxial nanodots and metalattice conductors participant90.0005
2002-06-01Development of p-type high thermoelectric performance quantum-well structures participant89.7205
2002-05-01Ferroelectrics templated in nanoporous membranes participant120.0007
2001-07-01Metal oxide nanocomposites: synthesis and characterization in relation with gas sensing phenomena participant120.0007
2000-06-01Desing of novel in2o3- and sno2-based sensors for carbon monoxide combustion emission monitoring using innovating sensor technologies and methods of theoretical modeling UNDERSTANDINGparticipant480.9004
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