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Forschungszentrum Jülich - Annual Report 2011

58 Forschungszentrum Jülich | Annual Report 2011 National collaborative projects 2011 with funding in excess of € 2 million Title Funded by Contract volume Jülich Construction of a petaflop computer, federal state funding MWMTV € 44,200,000 Construction of a petaflop computer, funding through the Gauss Centre BMBF € 42,423,000 Expansion of a petaflop computer, federal state funding MWMTV € 16,000,000 Development and testing of prototype components for ITER at Forschungszentrum Jülich BMBF € 11,659,446 Kompetenzverbund Nord (KVN); increasing expertise in electrochemistry for electromobility BMBF € 11,331,100 HGF Alliance MEM-BRAIN (MEM-BRANE) HGF € 11,085,000 Platform for translational neurological research based on the combination of ultrahigh-field magnetic resonance and positron emission tomography (develop- ment of a 9.4 tesla PET hybrid system) BMBF € 9,900,000 Participation of Helmholtz Association centres in the re-design phase of ESS BMBF € 8,989,980 HGF Systems Biology Initiative; health network; The human brain model: Connecting neuronal structure and function across temporal and spatial scales (Network 7; NW7, Human Brain) HGF € 4,348,800 Fuel processing technology with BTL and reformer fuel cell systems (formerly EFFESYS) BMWi € 4,104,000 Silicon-based nanostructured thin-film materials as innovative functional elements for next-generation solar cells (SINOVA); subproject: ultrahigh-resolution investigations into nanostructured thin-film materials (PICO-SRT) BMBF € 2,499,037 HITEC Helmholtz Interdisciplinary Training in Energy and Climate (Graduate School) HGF € 2,400,000 Nanostructured Ceramic and Metal-Supported Membranes for Gas Separation; METPORE II BMWi € 2,029,906 In 2011, Forschungszentrum Jülich was involved in 233 nationally funded projects, including 213 with several partners. Thirteen of these alliances were coordinated by Forschungszentrum Jülich. Collaborative research centres involving Jülich 2003 11 2004 14 2005 12 2006 14 2007 10 2008 18 2009 15 2010 12 2011 13 This instrument is used in the MEM-BRAIN project to measure how permeable a ce- ramic membrane is to oxygen.