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Awards given at the Annual Meeting

Each year at the Annual Meeting, NanoLund is giving Junior Scientist Ideas Awards, Young Teacher Awards and the Excellent Support Awards. The Awards have been given since 2017 and on this page you will find the awardees from the years 2017-2020. New in 2020 is the OPEN Award for in an outstanding way living the core values 
Openness, Pioneering & Enthusiasm
as a true NanoLundian.

Awards given by NanoLund annually

Junior Scientist Ideas Award

Selection for this award is based on the Originality, Quality and Impact of the project as judged across all research areas of NanoLund. Projects for this award are selected among high quality proposals for novel research projects that can be submitted by all the PhD students and PostDocs at NanoLund. 

Young Teacher AwardAward certificate; photo: L. Abariute

The efforts of junior staff like PhD students, but also postdocs and other young researchers are often crucial for the courses we teach and help form the impression undergraduate students have of our research environment. Therefore, the "Early-Stage Researcher Awards for Outstanding Performance in Teaching" are given to highlight and reward some of the many great teachers among our staff. The purpose of this award is also to emphasize the importance of the teaching efforts done by NanoLund researchers.

Excellent Support Award

The purpose of this award is to emphasize the critical importance of the work done by NanoLund administrative and technical personnel, without which none of our research and teaching would be possible. We therefore wish to highlight and reward some of the great achievements and excellent work in this area.

New 2020: OPEN Award

As a strategic research area, spanning several faculties and more than 50 research groups, NanoLund has defined core values that are common for all members and facilitate cohesion. The OPEN award is given for in an outstanding way living the core values Openness, Pioneering & Enthusiasm as a true NanoLundian.

 


2020

Junior Scientist Ideas Award

Kim von Allmen, Postdoctoral fellow, Synchrotron Radiation Research
Project title: Microfluidic system for sorting single crystals in solution with X-ray diffraction

Egle Kelpsiene, Doctoral student, Center for Molecular Protein Science
Project title: Gene expression as an indicator of the molecular response in freshwater organism Daphnia magna after chronic exposure to polystyrene nanoparticles

Michael S. Seifner, Postdoctoral fellow, Centre for Analysis and Synthesis
Project title: Controlled Crystallisation and Stabilisation of Metastable α-Sn on InSb Nanowires

Ruben Seoane Souto, Postdoctoral fellow, Solid State Physics
Project title: Transport signatures of odd-frequency superconductivity in superconducting nanostructures

Pavel Kolesnichenko, Postdoctoral fellow, Chemical Physics
Project title: Towards Application of Artificial Neural Networks to the Analysis of Two-Dimensional Electronic Spectra of Low-Dimensional Materials

Young Teacher Award

Therese Olsson, PhD student, Solid State Physics

Excellent Support Award

Elisabeth Nordström, Finance Officer, Department of Electrical and Information Technology

Håkan Lapovski, Facility Manager, Solid State Physics

OPEN Award

Line Lundfald, Project coordinator, NanoLund


2019

Junior Scientist Ideas Award

The Young Scientist Idea Awardees 2019; photo: I. Maximov
The Young Scientist Idea Awardees 2019 from left: Namsoon Eom, Lukas Wittenbecher, Mohamed Abdellah and Yang Chen. In the background: Anders Mikkelsen and Heiner Linke

Namsoon Eom, Postdoctoral fellow, Solid State Physics
Nanoparticle superlattice growth using evaporative self-assembly

Lukas Bruder, Postdoctoral fellow, Chemical Physics &
Lukas Wittenbecher, PhD student, Synchrotron Radiation Research
Project title:  Ultrafast hot-carrier dynamics at semiconductor heterojunctions resolved in energy, time and space

Mohamed Abdellah, Researcher, Chemical Physics
Project title: CO2 photoreduction by molecular Re(I) catalyst/InP nanowires system, dynamics and catalytic activity

Yang Chen, Postdoctoral fellow, Solid State Physics
Project title: Solar windows – Transparent solar cells

Young Teacher Award

Calle Preger, PhD student, Solid State Physics

Florinda Viñas Boström, PhD student, Solid State Physics

Excellent Support Award

Johanna Mosgeller, System administrator, Solid State Physics

George Rydnemalm, Laboratory technician, Solid State Physics


2018

Junior Scientist Ideas Award

Martin Hjort, Postdoctoral fellow, Solid State Physics
Project title: Next generation gene therapies enabled by nanostraws

Axel Eriksson, Postdoctoral fellow, Ergonomics and Aerosol Physics
Project title: Single particle in-situ incandescence measurements on engineered nanoparticles

Elke Hebisch, Postdoctoral fellow, Solid State Physics
Project title: Live-cell STED microscopy of nanodiamonds nitrogen vacancies as color centers, delivered cytoplasm by nanostraws and serving as long stable fluorescence probes

Tinna Pálmadóttir, PhD Student, Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology
Project title: Systematic study of the role of nano-structure surface charge and aspect ratio in protein fibrillation

Emil Johansson, Master Student, Division of Medical Microbiology
Project title: Teaching neural networks quantum mechanics

Young Teacher Award

Andrea Troian, PhD student, Synchrotron Radiation Physics

Anette Löfstrand, PhD student, Solid State Physics

Excellent Support Award

Charlotte Solberg, Finance Officer, Solid State Physics

Mariusz Graczyk, Research Engineer, Solid State Physics


2017

Junior Scientist Ideas Award

Hanna Kindlund, Postdoc, Solid State Physics
Project title: Atomic ordering in group III-V ternary semiconductor nanowires

Stefán Bragi Gunnarsson, PhD student, Biochemistry and Structural Biology
Project title:Three dimensional imaging of proteins on nanowires

Daniel Finkelstein Shapiro, Postdoc, Chemical Physics
Project title: Nanowire-gas interaction: from surface site probes to sensors

Pierre-Adrien Mante, Postdoc, Chemical Physics
Project title: Nanowires for efficient terahertz emission

Young Teacher AwardYoung Teacher Awardees 2017 during the ceremony; photo: L. Abariute

Gaute Otnes, PhD student, Solid State Physics

Linus Ludvigsson, PhD student, Solid State Physics

Frida Lindberg, PhD student, Solid State Physics

Fredrik Brange, PhD student, Mathematical Physics

Tinna Pálmadóttir, PhD Student, Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology

Excellent Support Award

Katarina Lindqvist, Finance Officer, Mathematical Physics

Anders Kvennefors, Research Engineer, Solid State Physics

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