The design of materials with evermore finely tuned and tunable physical properties, be it mechanical, optical, dielectric, magnetic, or a combination thereof, is a cornerstone of technological progress.
Today more so than ever, meeting industry requirements for innovation involves controlling material synthesis processes at the micro- and nano-scales, and, increasingly, on the quantum level.
The fabrication of new materials is directed by high-definition characterization methods, as well as high-precision computational modelling of materials. This is a fast-paced domain where tight integration of expertise across several disciplines is an essential requirement for rapid progress. It is precisely this integration that the RQMP provides.