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April 2018: Welcome to masters Student Yidong Chen

April 2018: Welcome to Erasmus student Sven Fauth from Ulm

Mar 2018: Welcome to project student Ismar Gutic

feb 2018: Welcome to research intern Meritxell Fillols from University of Montpellier

February 2012: We are now recruiting; two post doc positions: 1: Nanomaterials, flow chemistry and Sensing

2: Nanocatalysis and Self Assembly

Dec 2017: We are now on twitter @KMothPoulsen

Dec 2017: Kasper presenting our TTA-UC work at the 5th CMS meeting at Kyushu University, Japan.

Nov 2017: Anne Petersen is giving a presentation about our molecular solar thermal work at the MRS fall meeting in Boston

Sept 2017: Congratulations to Victor Gray for defending his PhD Thesis well done Victor!! faculty opponent Felix Castellano (NCSU).

Sept 2017: Congratulations to Tina Gschneidtner for defending her PhD Thesis well done Tina!! faculty opponent Marcel Mayor (Basel).

July 2017: We congratulate former group member, Karl Borjesson on recieving an ERC starting grant! Karls Group Homepage

June 2017: Ambra and Behabitu are to present and participate at this years GRC Seminar on Artificial Molecular Switches & Motors

May 2017: KMP presents our MOST research at IEA ECES executive committee (Exco83) meeting in Rotterdam, NL

May 2017: Our research on solar energy storage featured world wide by Reuters TV.

April 2017: Kasper visists Shanghai and presents at Fudan and ECUST universities.

April 2017: Congratulations to Johnas, Elham and Ambra for defending their licentiate thesis'

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Welcome to the homepage of the "Molecular Materials" research group at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology.

We work with the design and synthesis of new self-assembled materials. Our goal is to make materials from nanoparticles, nanorods and tailor made small molecules for a broad range of applications ranging from single molecule electronics to sensors, renewable energy and nano medicine.

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