Everything you need to know for an easy start to easily teach various concepts in Nanotechnology and Green Chemistry published in the Journal of Chemical Education.
The first work from the group is out in Chemistry. It tell you all about ethylene glycol to synthesize gold nanoparticles without surfactants. Well done to Ditte and Malthe for their nice work during a Project-II BSc project.
Our work on the influence of stock solutions to best control gold nanoparticles synthesis is out in Inorganics.
Our work review on surfactant-free colloidal nanoparticles is out in ACS Catal.
Our work from in collaboration with Uni. Copenhagen, DK, and in particular the group of Kirsten M. Ø. Jensen is now available in Chem. Mater. This work was also made in collaboration with the groups of Profs Søren B. Simonsen (DK), Matthew S. Johnson (DK), and support from MaxIV synchrotron (SE).
The PhD work from Jette K. Mathiesen supervised by Kirsten M. Ø. Jensen, Uni. Copenhagen, DK, is now available in JACS. This work was also made in collaboration with the groups of Profs Matthias Arenz (CH), Methap Oezaslan (DE), Jan Rossmeisl (DK) and support from Argonne National Lab (USA).
The PhD work from Vladislav Mints supervised by Prof Matthias Arenz, Uni. Bern, Switzerland, CH, is now available in ACS Catalysis. This work was also made in collaboration with the work of Profs Jan Rossmeisl (DK) and Kirsten M. Ø. Jensen (DK).
A short review on Osmium nanoparticles is now available on Open Research Europe.
6 Bachelor students joined the group for 7 weeks for their CHEMTECH-II projects. Working on gold-silver nanoparticles. Welcome to Anne, Julie, Emma, Sebastian, Tobias and Lukas.
Ditte Røjkjær Rasmussen will join the group for her BSc project at AU.
5 Bachelor students joined the group for 7 weeks for their CHEMTECH-II projects. Working on gold nanoparticles.
Welcome to Christoffer, Jens Jacob, Simon, Ditte and Malthe.
Conferences - Where to meet us
Meet us at the Danish Electrochemical Society (DEF) annual meeting, DTU, Denmark
Attending the Power-2-X symposium, Aarhus, Denmark
Sharing thoughts, experience and excitement about nanomaterials and nanotechnology at Aarhus University Research Festival. Come and visit our stand from 2-6 pm and our talk at 3.35 pm.
Sharing thoughts and experience at KU (Univeristy of Copenhagen, Denmark) Postdoc Day
Seminar at CINBIO at Uni Vigo, Spain.
Faraday Discussion, Nanoalloys: recent developments and future perspectives, on line attendance
Seminar at SDU, Sønderborg, Denmark
Attenting the Power-2-X symposium, Aarhus, Denmark