If you want to learn how the optoelectronic properties of WS2 arise from mixed crystalline phases, check our latest paper with DFT calculations, validating previous experimental EELS analyses. Congrats to Luigi and Sabrya!
Today we celebrated the successful PhD defense of Luigi Maduro, the first PhD candidate to graduate in our lab. In his thesis Luigi combines first principles calculations with advanced nanofabrication techniques for 2D materials. Many congratulations Dr. Maduro!
Many congratulations to Isabel Postmes who successfully completed her MSc project on Machine learning methods for data processing in electron energy loss spectroscopy. We wish you the best in your new job at ASML!
New paper just accepted in Ultramicroscopy! If you want to learn how machine learning can be used to chart the low-loss region of electron energy loss spectroscopy, take a look at the paper here. Congratulations to Laurien!!
Many congratulations to Sabrya for the publication of her paper “Illuminating the electronic properties of WS2 polytypism with electron microscopy” in Annalen Der Physik!
Today Abel have joined our group!
Abel starts as a PhD student after having successfully completed his MSc project also with us.
Looking forward to do great science together!
Laurien successfully defended her MSc project receiving a Cum Laude distinction. Congratulations Laurien!
On Monday 27th and on Thursday 30th of July James and Abel successfully defended their BSc and MSc theses respectively. Congratulations James and Abel, it was a real pleasure having you in our group!
Today Sonia has been awarded tenure and promoted to Associate Professor. Many thanks to all our colleagues, collaborators, and friends that have made this possible, and specially to all the past and present members of the ConesaBoj lab for all their amazing work!
We celebrated these good news with a nice barbecue!
Congrats to Maarten Bolhuis for his first paper! and thanks to Javier and Kobus for this nice collaboration – Vertically-Oriented MoS2 nanosheets for nonlinear optical devices – Now published in Nanoscale!