The project aims at carrying out transfer of knowledge activities at a host university in a new Member State. These activities are carried out in the context of research work at the newly established Molecular Beam Laboratory and Laser Centre of the host. A number of international partner research groups with profound knowledge in related research fields are contributing to the rapid building up of a high level of competence at the host laboratory and to the initiation of new research directions. The research work combines laser manipulation in molecular beams with novel developments of the stochastic theory of molecular complex formation to explore new ways of control of bimolecular fragmentation processes. This work is organised in three main directions: development of novel techniques for laser manipulation of the molecular quantum states; studies of control of fragmentation of the molecular collision complexes; development of understanding about the stochastic processes involving photons and electrons.