Authors

This blog contains articles from young academic scientists who write about their work or related topics. Find more information about the authors below.


IMG_1416_2Christin Büchner is a postdoc at the Fritz-Haber-Institute of the Max-Planck-Society in Berlin. She currently works in the group of Prof. Hans-Joachim Freund. Christin is interested in the structural and chemical investigation of ultrathin films and 2D materials.

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  1. How we can see the structure of glass
  2. Book Review: “Scientific Paper Writing – A Survival Guide” by Bodil Holst

Christian Marciniak is a PhD student at the School of Physics and ARC Centre for Engineered Quantum Systems, University of Sydney. He currently works in the group of Prof. M. Biercuk, who conducts the "Quantum Control Laboratory". Christian is interested in non-linear frequency conversion, high precision frequency metrology and programmable quantum simulation with trapped ions in a penning trap.

Articles:

  1. Quantum science and the next step in computation

Richa Pandey is a PhD Student at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Physical Electronics at Tel Aviv University. She currently works in the group of Prof. Y. Shacham-Diamand. Richa holds a position as Early Stage Researcher (ESR) in the Marie-Curie ITN CATSENSE. The project is dedicated to cater the need of cost effective, reliable and high performance catalyst and bio-sensors from gas phase metal clusters. With her work, she aims  to design a flexible nano-cluster/particle based electrochemical bio-sensor. The work is also focused on investigating and exploring flexible substrates and the effect of nano-particles on them. She also does the 3D modelling and simulation of various related systems.

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  1. Electrochemical sensing with cells: Whole cell electrochemical biosensors

alexAlexandra Raileanu is a PhD student at the Department of Physics at University of Milano. She currently works in the group of Prof. Paolo Milani and holds a position as Early Stage Researcher (ESR) in the Marie-Curie ITN CATSENSE. She is interested in research and large-scale production of nanostructures and biosensing technology. Her aim is to produce electrochemical biosensors.

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  1. Large-scale production of gas-phase nanoparticles

Philomena Schlexer is a PhD student at the Department of Material Science, University of Milano-Bicocca. She currently works in the group of Prof. G. Pacchioni , holding a position as Early Stage Researcher (ESR) in the Marie-Curie ITN CATSENSE. She is interested in computational chemistry, heterogeneous catalysis and surface science.

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