Kasper becomes Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC)
A warm welcome to new PhD students Monika Shamsabadi and Lidiya Muhammad, and Researcher Hannes Schomaker!
Kasper recieved the Göran Gustafsson Award from the Swedish Royal Academy of Science.
Nov 2020: Kasper has been apointed associated editor of Journal Materials Chemistry C and Materials Advances
Nov 2020: Warm welcome to new postdoc Helen Hölzel.
Aug 2020 Spin-off from Kasper's groups were launched in Q3-Q4 2020: Solartes AB and NanoScientifica Scandinavia AB.
Congratulations to Elham for defending her PhD thesis.
Title: “Synthesis of Novel Fluorine-Free Salts for Battery Electrolytes”
Warm goodbye to Johnas and Behabitu who has been part of the group since 2013.
Congratulations to Xin Wen (PhD student) for defending her licentiate thesis.
Title: “Synthesis and Microstructure Studies of Metal Nanoparticles Synthesized with a Mixture of Cationic and Anionic Surfactants”
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)
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!!
Kasper Moth-Poulsen group has achieved 100 published publications in recognized peer-reviewed journals. Cheers!
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