Emilia received a travel grant from Finnish Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry Association FinTAC ry (www) for the 7th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress (www) held in Liverpool, United Kingdom on 26–30th of August. The grant was awarded to her at the FinTAC ry meeting in Tampere university of Technology by the chairman Prof. Vesa-Pekka Lehto (right) and M.Sc. (Tech.) Markus M. Hackspik (left). Congratulations, Emilia!
In addition, check out new collaboration publication about borosilicate glasses with persistent luminescence.
Del Cerro, P.R., Salminen, T., Lastusaari, M., and Petit, L., “Persistent luminescent borosilicate glasses using direct particles doping method”, Scripta Mater. 151 (2018) 38-41.
Read online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scriptamat.2018.03.034
Esko got funding for his PhD topic in “Near infra-red absorbing metal complexes and their use in solar energy” from Walter Ahlström foundation, Minnea got additional funding from Finnish Cultural Foundation into “Luminescent materials and perovskites in solar energy” and Emilia got funded by Vilho, Yrjö and Kalle Väisälä foundation. Congrats to all and keep doing the good job!
Walter Ahsltrömin säätiö apurahat (www)
Suomen kulttuurirahasto (www)
Väisälä apurahat 2017 (pdf)
Here are also some news about the Eskos funding, unfortunately only in Finnish.
University of Turku news (www)
Technology Academy of Finland (www)
Isabella got funding for additional 12 months from Fininsh Cultural Foundation, Varsinais-Suomi Regional fund for her research in the manufacturing of tenebrescent and persistent luminescence materials. Congratulations, Isabella!
Finnish Cultural Foundation grants
Minnea got funding for 12 months on her doctoral studies concerning luminescent materials and perovskites in solar energy harvesting from The Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation. Congratulations, Minnea!
Awarded grants 2017 (pdf)
Magnus Ehnrooth foundation (www)
Congratulations are in order for Pasi, he got a funded position in the Doctoral Programme in Physical and Chemical Sciences (PCS) to work on his doctoral studies.
This means that Pasi is delightfully stuck with us for the next four years – we are very happy to have you!
PCS Doctoral programme (homepage)
PCS September 2016 call decision (pdf)
Isabella got a funding her doctoral studies from “Young researchers grant” from Turun yliopistosäätiö for a year. Congratulations, Isabella!
2016 Spring grants (Turun yliopistosäätiö)
The Vilho, Yrjo and Kalle Vaisala Foundation has announced that it has given a 12 month grant for Emilia Palo for her PhD studies on “Using luminescent nanomaterials for more efficient solar energy harvesting and use”. Congratulations for the excellent work!
Please take a look here for the list of grants (in Finnish only): http://www.acadsci.fi/apurahat/vaisala_apurahansaajat.htm#muut