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Cloud formation and what actually happens inside clouds is one of the great mysteries in climate research. The solution to the mystery can be extremely important for climate research, and now a new basic research centre at Aarhus University will find answers by looking closely at clouds.
On 27 January 2022, the position of centre director at iNANO was advertised and could be applied for until 9 March. Acting Centre Director Thomas Vosegaard applied for the position and is appointed new centre director as of 1 June 2022.
Niels Kristian Kjærgård Madsen from the Department of Chemistry receives AUFF's PhD prize, DKK 50,000, for his development of quantum chemistry methods.
Corona prevented chemistry professor Anja-Verena Mudring from using the travel budget from her VILLUM Investigator grant. Now she is instead using the money to pay for a young chemist refugee from Ukraine.
The field of charge density research has evolved tremendously in the last decades, becoming a cornerstone of a field of broader scope – Quantum Crystallography. The ICDM9 will be a vibrant meeting with new themes and interfaces to other fields of science, and at the same time holding on to the core of the field.
Yesterday, Anna Duncan started her new position as assistant professor (tenure track) at the Department of Chemistry.
On Saturday 28 May, Professor Merete Bilde will speak at Bloom Festival in Copenhagen - a festival about nature and science.
Exploration of the novel growth intercalation method on the MoTe2 system.
Censor: PhD Lars Fahl Lundegaard (Topsoe A/S)
Crystal growth and characterization of layered materials.
Chromium and iron based Ru3X6Sb8-type compounds & the synthesis of the HPHT phase of CrSb2.
Censor: Prof. Poul Norby (DTU)
Small-Scale Hydroformylation Enabled by Multi-Chamber Reactors and Stable Gas Surrogates –For Incorporation of Carbon Isotopes
Davide Audisio, CEA, Université Paris Saclay, Département Médicaments et Technologies pour la Santé, SCBM, 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, France
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