University of Turku was well represented in the Chembio 2019 event in Helsinki 27.-28.3.2019. Isabella Norrbo from our group and Maarit Karonen from NCRG presented their research in Materials in Nature seminar by FinTAC ry. In addition, Marica Engström from NCRG presented her research in the session by the chromatography society of Finland.
Great job from all of you!
Isabella presenting her research (picture by Mika Lastusaari)
During the months of November and December we have had the privilege to host students for their Bachelor of Science laboratory work. We hope you have enjoyed the laboratory work and its ups and downs and continue with us further in your studies. There is lots of interesting research ahead!
From left to right: Matti, Teppo, Roosa, Otto and Herkko. Veera is unfortunately missing from the picture.
We have the pleasure of hosting two laboratory interns, Sharifah and Aleksi, from Turku Vocational Institute. You can see them around in our laboratory for the next six weeks. Hopefully they find the stay and research with us interesting and useful!
We gained new addition as Anssi Peuronen joined us for his three-year post doctoral project (tutkijatohtori) from the Academy of Finland.
His current research is focused on developing metal-organic coordination cages that would be able to selectively bind anions. Anssi will be working closely with our other metal-organic chemists Ari Lehtonen, Pasi Salonen and Esko Salojärvi.
We hope that you have settled well and enjoy your stay with us.
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!
We have the pleasure of hosting two laboratory interns, Dina and Shams, from Turku Vocational Institute. You can see them around in our laboratory for the next six weeks. Hopefully they find the stay and research with us interesting and useful!