Current focus addresses to the design of new self-assembled materials, synthesis of single molecules and innovative technologies for solar thermal energy storage, sensors, and nano medicine.


Prof. Dr. Kasper Moth-Poulsen is a young research leader in the field of nano-chemistry, energy storage materials and synthetic chemistry with several contributions in high impact peer-reviewed publications. 


Our team is composed by active, collaborative and international professionals of different fields of natural sciences and engineering. We are always seeking highly talented and motivated individuals to strengthen our team.


Sept 2019

Congratulations to Anna Pekkari (PhD student) for the supplementary cover on ACS Applied Applied Materials and Interface. (Link of the cover)

Description: A single-phase, continuous-flow synthesis leads to Pd nanocubes and PdPt core-shell nanoparticles. The catalytic function is demonstrated  in a NO2 reduction reaction experiment. (Link of the paper)

July 2019

The article "Molecular solar thermal energy storage in photoswitch oligomers increases energy densities and storage times" is in TOP 50 Nature Communications chemistry and materials science articles published in 2018. Congratulations!!

May 2019

Kasper Moth-Poulsen group has achieved 100 published publications in recognized peer-reviewed journals. Cheers!

May 2019

Kasper Moth-Poulsen is awarded the Arnbergska prize from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for his "Innovative Research in Molecular Electronics and Nanomaterials for Future Energy Systems" Link