Activities

Nano-Science students at open house 2020
Nano-Science students at open house 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carlsberg Foundation:

Professor Jesper Nygård 
  • DKK 5.000.000 
  • Electron Microscopy for Quantum Materials and Nanoscience.
Professor Gemma Solomon
  • DKK 445.000 
  • Mechanically Controllable Break-Junction Instrument for Single-Molecule Conductance Spectroscopy.
Associate Professor Tom André Jos Vosch 
  • DKK 250.000 
  • Instrumentation for investigation of new near infrared emitters.
Associate Professor Thomas Just Sørensen
  • DKK 2.500.000 
  • A first-of-its-kind spectrometer for investigating electronic properties of materials in the range of the electromagnetic spectrum from 450 nm to 2200 nm.

Independent Research Fund Denmark, DFF:

Associate Professor Tom André Jos Vosch
  • DKK 6.177.933 
  • Silver Nanocluster Dyes.
Associate Professor Thorsten Hansen
  • DKK 2.877.423 
  • Charge Separation in Nature.
Professor Gemma Solomon
  • DKK 2.860.847 
  • Designing Molecular Dielectric Materials.
Associate Professor Thomas Just Sørensen
  • DKK 2.875.440 
  • Improving rare earth separation.
Professor Bo Wegge Laursen 
  • DKK 2.808.523  
  • Ultra-bright Flourescent Nanoparticles.

The Novo Nordisk Foundation, Challenge:

Professor Gemma Solomon and Jesper Nygård, co-applicants
  • DKK 60.000.000 
  • Solid-state Quantum Simulators for Biochemistry (Solid-Q).

The Novo Nordisk Foundation, NERD:

Professor Bo Wegge Laursen 
  • DKK 13.700.000 
  • New Light on Proton Transfer.
Professor Mogens Brøndsted Nielsen 
  • DKK 10.000.000 
  • Synthesis-Driven Development of New Two-Dimensional Material - Redox - Active Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Sheets.

The Novo Nordisk Foundation, Exploratory Interdisciplinary Synergy:

Associate Professor Tom André Jos Vosch
  • DKK 4.997.429
  • In Vivo Blood Velocity Measurements by Upconversion Correlation Spectroscopy.