The coordinators and PIs of the PETER project met on October 2nd 2018 in Brno to discuss recent development on the project - mainly regarding the EPR signal simulations and numerical calculations (BUT), s-SNOM results on the tips (nanoGUNE), transmission spectra of the antennas (USTUTT), FTIR results on the antennas (BUT), SPM setup overview (BUT) and the up-to-date status of manufacturing (TK). The meeting was concluded with the overview of upcoming deliverables and heads-up for the Summer School starting the next day. 

Our PETER project results by Lorenzo Tesi and PETER published in Small Methods. 30 times better SNR. Potentially 7500.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 767227.