Look no further — this afternoon, all the Exact (Bèta) Sciences will tell you why Utrecht is the place to come to when it comes to your science master studies! The master evening starts at 5 pm in the AA Hijmans vd Bergh Building on the Uithof.
Our paper “3D-Printed External Light Trap for Solar Cells” has been accepted for publication in Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications.
Details to follow!
All work and no play may make Jack a Nobelprize winner, but occationally the whole lab (this year the whole labs) of Soft Condensed Matter & Biophysics take a day to bond, recharge, and discover the beauty of the Netherlands outside of Utrecht. This year’s destinations were Giethoorn and Dwingeloo, though we did not have the time to visit the local radio observatory.
We wish you happy and refreshing holidays, hopefully at temperatures below 38 degrees (as currently in Austria – luckily we have mountains & lakes to keep ourselves cool!)
We have several open spots for interested bachelor and master students – for more information, contact Gerhard Blab and make an appointment to visit our lab in the Ornstein Building!
I am happy to report that our paper “Motor properties from persistence: a linear molecular walker lacking spatial and temporal asymmetry” has been published in NJP! Continue reading New Paper on Molecular Motors in The New Journal of Physics
Research & Education Assistant.
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