Read more about the benefits of combining single nanoparticle plasmonic sensing with nanofluidics in our new article by Špačková et al., which was just published in ACS Sensors. Link.
Check out our latest Nano Letter on “Plasmonic Temperature-Programmed Desorption” by Murphy et al.! Read it here.
Our invited Perspectives article entitled “High-Performance Nanostructured Palladium-Based Hydrogen Sensors – Current Limitations and Strategies for Their Mitigation” has today been published in ACS Sensors. Read it here – it is all open access!
Sara presented and discussed her TEM image named “The heart of a nanoparticle” at the Swedish Science Festival. Watch the presentation/interview with Sara here (in Swedish).
We welcome Dr. Ishara Fernando as a Post Doc in the framework of the Mistra Environmental Nanoscience research programme. Ishara has a Ph.D. from Nanyang Technical University in Singapore.
Our work entitled “Copper Catalysis at Operando Conditions—Bridging the Gap between Single Nanoparticle Probing and Catalyst-Bed-Averaging” has today been published in Nature Communications. Read the paper here!
We are very happy to welcome Dr. David Tomecek to our team! He will work within our hydrogen sensor efforts, together with our industry partners Insplorion AB and Powercell AB.
Our work entitled “Operando detection of single nanoparticle activity dynamics inside a model pore catalyst material” was today published in Science Advances. Read the article here.
Based on our recent join work on late transition metal alloy dielectric functions, Paul Erhart’s team have developed a Web Application for alloy dielectric functions – check out the SHARC!
Together with the team of Prof. Paul Erhart at our Department, we have published our work on dielectric functions of late transition metal alloys in Advanced Functional Materials. The work by Rahm et al. is entitled “A Library of Late Transition Metal Alloy Dielectric Functions for Nanophotonic Applications.” DOI:10.1002/adfm.202002122
Paul and team have also made available a Web-application, from which the dielectric functions conveniently can be downloaded – SHARC.