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Nanotechnology in Romania
Volume 3, Issue 4

Adina Morozan, Nanosciences – Alternative Energy Sources Research Center
Ioan Stamatin, University of Bucharest, Romania

With smaller opportunities and funds than other European countries, Romania possesses a cadre of greatly qualified and experienced individuals interested in nanotechnology. The aim of this article is to emphasize the main activities and results of the Romanian groups working in this novel domain of nanotechnology. Most of these groups deal with nanomaterials technology and only a few of them have activities in nanostructure science and engineering, new concepts, and device modeling and technology. The considerable levels of collaboration and construction of state of the art facilities clearly demonstrate that nanotechnology will succeed as a science and soon as an industry in Romania.

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