and it’s now accepted for publication in Coord. Chem. Rev.! Well done, Dani!
Dulcie Phipps is an Erasmus student from the University of Glasgow, who is staying in Uppsala for 9 months. Ellen Demeyere is an exchange student from the University of Ghent, doing an undergraduate research project. Agnès Sipos is here for an MSc-project from the ENS in Paris. Finally, Dr. Kiran Reddy Baddigam is a Wenner-Gren post doctoral fellow.
A four-year PhD-studentship in lanthanide chemistry is available. The application deadline is the end of January 2018. The expected start date is preferably soon afterwards, but somewhat flexible. Details and link to the announcement:
(Please note that all applications must go through the online system. Applications directly emailed to me will not be considered.)
A 2-year post doc fellowship is also available, for details see:
Anna-Bea’s and Ruisheng’s paper on the synthesis of sparsely substituted porphyrins has been accepted in J. Org. Chem. Well done, Anna & Rui!
Today Ruisheng successfully defended his PhD thesis. Well done, Rui, and best of luck in the future!
Congratulations Dani & Julien and our collaborators Henry, Livia and Marjam on the acceptance of your manuscript in J. Am. Chem. Soc.!
Matthieu Soete joins the group as an exchange student from the University of Ghent, he’s synthesizing bioconjugatable chlorins. Aritz is back for a second round of PhD-exchange from the University of Toulouse. Aritz is working on both chlorins and lanthanides.
Anna’s paper on ferrocene-substituted chlorins has been accepted in Inorg. Chem. Congratulations, Anna, and our excellent collaborator, Andreas!
Congrats to Rui, Anna-Bea and Anna for having your manuscript on chlorin polymers accepted in Chem. Eur. J.! Thanks for an excellent collaboration, Docent Orthaber!
Congratulations, Sashi and Dani for the acceptance of your paper in Inorg. Chim. Acta. This paper will be part of the 50th anniversary issue ‘Inorganic Chemistry – The Next Generation‘.