Publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry A

Our collaboration with KAUST on organic tandem solar cells is now published in the Journal of Materials Chemistry A. DOI:10.1039/C9TA11752K

Welcome Jordi Piella to our team!

Jordi has been awarded a Wenner-Gren Fellowship to join the group for working on our single particle catalysis activities. He joins us from the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, where he did his PhD in the groups of Prof. Victor Puntés. Welcome Jordi!

One more publication in Nanoscale

The work by Arturo Susarrey-Arce et al. entitled “A Nanofabricated Plasmonic Core-Shell Nanoparticle Library” was today published in Nanoscale. Link

Publication in Nanoscale

The work by Sara Nilsson et al. entitled “Resolving Single Cu Nanoparticle Oxidation and Kirkendall Void Formation with in situ Plasmonic Nanospectroscopy and Electrodynamic Simulations” was today published in Nanoscale. Link

Single particle catalysis publication in Nature Communications

Our work together with the Westerlund and Sundén groups at Chalmers entitled “A nanofluidic device for parallel single nanoparticle catalysis in solution” has today been published in Nature Communications. Link

 

Our NO2 sensor covered by SVT News.

Read the article here (in Swedish).

Chalmers press release about our NO2 sensor development for urban air quality monitoring!

Read the news about our Mistra Innovation project together with Insplorion AB in Swedish or in English.

Welcome Olga Serebrennikova!

Olga joins our team for a two-year postdoc to work on nanofluidic single molecule detection.

Video by SSF about our research on single molecule detection using nanofluidics

As part of the Future Research Leaders programme, SSF has produced a video about our research on nanofluidic single molecule detection. Link

Video about the world’s fastest hydrogen sensor!

SSF who fund the Plastic Plasmonics project have produced a video about our world’s fastest hydrogen sensor. Link