News Molecular Spectroscopy Group

Ronald Ulbricht has obtained a highly prestigious Rubicon grant from the Dutch science foundation for postdoctoral work that he will do in Boulder aimed at developing new techniques that can visualize and control very fast (femtoseconds) processes in molecules and nanostructures using nanometer-sized optical antennae.

July 2013

Ronald Ulbricht has obtained a highly prestigious Rubicon grant from the Dutch science foundation for postdoctoral work that he will do in Boulder aimed at developing new techniques that can visualize and control very fast (femtoseconds) processes in molecules and nanostructures using nanometer-sized optical antennae. [more]

June 2013

Splitting Water with Sunlight - Ellen Backus receives ERC grant. [more]
Ruben Pool successfully defended his thesis in Amsterdam on June 28, 2013. Title: Molecular orientation at biological interfaces - Water and lipids studied through interface-specific spectroscopy. The PhD committee was unanimous in its praise for Ruben’s performance.

June 2013

Ruben Pool successfully defended his thesis in Amsterdam on June 28, 2013. Title: Molecular orientation at biological interfaces - Water and lipids studied through interface-specific spectroscopy. The PhD committee was unanimous in its praise for Ruben’s performance.

June 2013

Tobias Weidner has a paper on SFG analysis of surface bound proteins: a route towards structure determination accepted to Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. [more]
The group of Dmitry Turchinovich has a paper on Density-dependent electron scattering in photoexcited GaAs in strongly diffusive regime published in Applied Physics Letters.

June 2013

The group of Dmitry Turchinovich has a paper on Density-dependent electron scattering in photoexcited GaAs in strongly diffusive regime published in Applied Physics Letters. [more]
 
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