Heidelberg Karlsruhe Research Partnership HEiKA
The “Heidelberg-Karlsruhe Research Partnership” (HEiKA) was established as a scientific institution intended to raise the long-standing cooperation between Heidelberg University and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology to a higher qualitative and quantitative level. Within HEiKA both partners bundle their competences in specific research areas, so-called Research Bridges, in order to promote synergy in research and infrastructure.
Cooperation with the Tomsk Polytechnic University is within the mission of the Ioffe-Röntgen-Institute , which serves as a strategic platform both to intensify Russian-German research cooperation, particularly using large-scale infrastructures, and to install and improve tools and instruments for joint projects and initiatives. Central fields of mutual interest are accelerator- based photon science, research with neutrons, hadron- and heavy-ion physics, nano-, bio-, and materials for energy as well as large-scale data management.
Cooperation with the University of Nevada Las Vegas is primary with the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry in the field of Electronic and Chemical Properties of Surfaces and Interfaces.
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