International and Domestic Agreements For Joint Research
The main goal of this collaboration is to investigate the nonlinear optical properties of photoinitiator compounds. This collaboration has been established directly with the senior-chief research fellow Kenji Kamada from the Department of Materials and Chemistry at the Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST).
We collaborate with Professor Fahmeed's Group at the School of Medicine to discover and characterize novel, long-lasting phosphorescent compounds for biological applications.
The study of spectroscopic properties of compounds used in the field of biosensors is the main focus of this collaboration, established together with Professor Maria Fátima Raposo from the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science and Technology - NOVA University of Lisbon.
The experimental studies related to multiphoton absorption/excitation and first molecular hyperpolarizability are the main focus of this collaboration. In addition, Random Laser phenomena are also investigated, and both Professors Leonardo Deboni and Cleber Mendonça from Photonics Group at Instituto de Física de São Carlos - USP are involved.
One of the main objectives of this collaboration is to characterize samples with the potential to be classified as Random Laser systems. Both Professors José Joatan Rodrigues Jr. and Márcio Alencar are involved in this joint research.
Exploring biocompatible photonic techniques and devices to control insect pests is the main objective of this collaboration established directly with senior researcher Patrícia Valle Pinheiro.
Vale do Verdão, S.A.
Developing photonic sensor devices to control physical parameters in the soil and sub-soil of the sugar-cane plantation. A direct collaboration with the Manager, Eng. Renato Rosa.