Read the article here (in Swedish).
Olga joins our team for a two-year postdoc to work on nanofluidic single molecule detection.
As part of the Future Research Leaders programme, SSF has produced a video about our research on nanofluidic single molecule detection. Link
SSF who fund the Plastic Plasmonics project have produced a video about our world’s fastest hydrogen sensor. Link
We have recently published a work in Nature Materials about ultrafast plasmonic hydrogen sensors. Read here Chalmers’ press release. Link
Our work entitled “Metal–polymer hybrid nanomaterials for plasmonic ultrafast hydrogen detection” has today been published in Nature Materials. Link
Ievgen joins us from the Center for Nanomaterials and Chemical Reactions, Institute for Basic Science, South Korea for a 2-year postdoc on the topic of single particle catalysis. He has a PhD in Chemistry from University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany.
We welcome Christopher, who joins us from Kiel University in Germany for his PhD in the area of plasmon mediated catalysis.
Zafer joins us from Bilkent University in Turkey for a 2-year postdoc on the topic of single particle catalysis.