The research competentce of our institute is open for the cooperation with enterpreneurs for the development of new high-tech solutions. The existing research infrastructure enables cutting-edge research and development with the use of variety of experimental and theoretical methods.
The strength of the Institute of Physics is its connection with several of the following Estonian and international research infrastructures. These are laboratories, experimental equipment, know-how, methods, materials, activities and services for the creation, application and exchange of new knowledge in research and development.
Institute of Physics is participating in various international projects dedicated to the cooperation with entrepreneurs.
Commercial Analytical Research Organisations Transnational Strategy (CAROTS)
CAROTS aims to establish a new type of private or public-private company in the Baltic Sea region: Commercial Analytical Research Organisations (CARO). CAROs, as intermediary bodies between industry and academia, provide enterprises with much quicker yet complete assistance in analytical research in the fields of e.g. new materials, nanotech and life sciences.
Project homepage https://www.carots.eu/
Power Electronics for Green Energy Efficiency
Institute of Physics, University of Tartu participated in Baltic Sea region cooperation program Green Power Electroncs.
We offer, also after the official end of the project, consulting service to SMEs about cost-effectiveness of solar energetics and taking advantage of the new generation (WBG-materials based) green power electronics solutions.
Read more in
web of GreenPE project
Baltic TRAM, Research for Business
Institute of Physics, University of Tartu participates in Baltic Sea region cooperation program Baltic TRAM.
Read more in
web of Baltic TRAM project
Network of large scale research facilities ScienceLink
Institute of Physics, University of Tartu participates in Baltic Sea region cooperation program ScienceLink.
Read more in web of ScienceLink
Network of clean rooms Technet_nano
Tartu Ülikooli Füüsika Instituut osaleb Läänemerepiirkonna koostööprojektis Technet_nano.
Loe lisaks Technet_nano veebist
Network of partners (PlasTEP) using the varieties of plasma technology to help to protect the environment
Institute of Physics, University of Tartu participates in Baltic Sea region cooperation programs PlasTEP and PlasTEP+.
Read more in web of PlasTEP