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The title of Honorary Doctor of the University of Tartu was conferred to Lars Montelius at a ceremony on November 30thand December 1st 2013 in recognition of his remarkable research achievements in nanotechnology and...[more]


In October Sydsvenska Dagbladet has published articles on nanobiology research from nmC@LU. One article is about the research of Christelle Prinz and co-workers on fluorescent barcode nanowires that are injected into fruit flies...[more]


nmC@LU spin-out Sol Voltaics has completed a total of SEK 102 million in fresh funding by adding SEK 62 million in an equity round to the SEK 41 million Swedish Energy Agency loan to take its SolinkTM nanomaterial for increasing...[more]


On Friday October 11th 2013 at 09:15, Mingtang Deng will defend his thesis: "Charge Transport in Semiconductor Nanowire Quantum Devices: From Single Quantum Dots to Topological Superconductors" in Rydbergsalen at the...[more]


Kimberly Dick Thelander receives a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). Kimberly is one out of 287 young top researchers in Europe who receives this prestigious support from ERC. She receives 1.5 million...[more]


Swedish Energy Agency has granted Sol Voltaics Ab a conditional loan of SEK 41 000 000 to further the commercial development of SolinkTM, an economical nanomaterial that promises to increase the efficiency of solar...[more]


Sweden’s leading technology and IT newspaper - Ny Teknik – just published their top 30 list of the most powerful people for setting the Swedish energy agenda. On place 26 comes professor Lars Samuelson with the motivation that...[more]


The Crafoord Foundation recently announced their awarded research grants for spring 2013. From Solid State Physics, SEK 400000 was awarded to Kimberly Dick Thlander and her application for a Linear X-ray detector for simultaneous...[more]


The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation has announced the approved applications for infrastructure of national importance.  Solid State Physis researchers, Kimberly Dick Thelander, Jonas Johansson och Lars Samuelson are...[more]


The Swedish Research Council has announced their decisions regarding International Postdoc grants for the spring 2013. Dr. Jesper Wallentin has been granted 3150000 SEK for a three year post doc in Germany where he will examine...[more]


The project IMPROVE (Improving the Visual Environment for all) has been granted support from the Pufendorf Institute´s board and will commence as a "theme" at the Pufendorf Institute for Advanced Studies in October...[more]


Professor Lars Samuelson has been inducted into the Cleantech Scandinavia ‘s Hall of Fame as the first researcher. As stated in the press release, the addition “is a tribute to his achievements” and “highlights the crucial...[more]


On Friday June 14th 2013 at 14:00, Nicklas Anttu will defend his thesis: "Nanophotonics in absorbing III-V nanowire arrays" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The opponent will be professor Eli...[more]


On April 22nd Professor Lars Samuelson gave a TEDx Lund University talk at the Museum of Public Art. The topic of the talk was “let there be light”. Professor Samuelson gave his perspective on how nanoscience can provide us with...[more]


Lars Samuelson is the recipient of the 2013 IUVSTA prize of Science which is awarded every three years to recognize and encourage outstanding internationally-acclaimed research in the fields of interest to the IUVSTA. The...[more]


On Friday April 19th 2013 at 13:15, Kristian Storm will defend his thesis: "Novel Processing and Electrical Characterization of Nanowires" in Lecture hall A of the Department of Physics. The opponent will be...[more]


Lund based Sol Voltaics recently won the regional final to enter straight into the 33-list. The Nanometer Structure Consortium spin out company utilizes nanowires to increase the efficiency of solar panels by 25%, making solar...[more]


On Friday February 15th 2013 at 14:00, Karla Hillerich defended her thesis: "Influence of Seed Particle Material, Preparation, and dynamics on Nanowore Growth" in Rydbergsalen of the Department of Physics. The opponent...[more]


The project “Nanowirebased solar cells for realization of cheap, renewable energy” was recently funded by the Swedish Energy Agency with 9 million SEK over four years. The aim of the project is to develop high efficiency solar...[more]


In the latest issue of Science issued today, nmC@LU researchers and colleagues from the AMON-RA project show for the first time that nanowire solar cells may be a real player on the green energy market. They demonstrate 13.8%...[more]

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