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Forschungszentrum Jülich - Annual Report 2012

5757Annual Report 2012 | Forschungszentrum Jülich Facts & Figures Whoever shares their knowledge wins in so many ways. Forschungszentrum Jülich works with numerous partners from science and industry on both a national and international level and it does so to the benefit of all involved. In many projects, Jülich scientists are responsible for the coordination. Nationally funded projects coordinated by Forschungszentrum Jülich (examples) Title Funded by Contract volume Jülich German Plant Phenotyping Network (DPPN) BMBF € 18,342,495 Nanostructured Ceramic and Metal-Supported Membranes for Gas Separation in Fossil-Fueled Power Plants (METPORE II) BMWi € 2,029,906 Extensive light trapping in silicon-based thin-film solar cell technology (LIST); subproject: Optical functional layers and transparent contacts BMU € 1,956,628 New cost-effective and sustainable materials for PEM electrolysis for the production of hydrogen from renewable energies (EKOLYSER) BMWi € 1,810,376 Helmholtz Energy Alliance Stationary Electrochemical Storage and Conversion HGF € 1,275,000 Basic research on the immobilization of long-lived radionuclides by means of integration into ceramics suitable for final repository storage (conditioning) BMBF € 919,706 Membrane electrode assemblies for alkaline PEM electrolysis for the production of hydrogen from renewable energies (MaPEl) BMBF € 538,748 German–Japanese collaboration in computational neuroscience: Impact of top-down influence on visual processing during free viewing: multi-scale analysis of multi-area massively parallel recording of the visual pathway BMBF € 533,061 Ab initio development of new cathode materials (N-KATH) BMBF € 440,258 Flexible simulation package for multiphase flows in fuel cells (FlexSim) MIWF € 389,127 National Cooperations Sharingknowledge