The position has been filled.
There is an opening for a post doc in the group funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg foundation. The project concerns the synthesis, characterization, and applications of lanthanide(III) complexes.
We’re looking for someone with strong synthetic skills. Experience with luminescence spectroscopy and/or electrochemistry is an advantage. Previous experience with lanthanide coordination compounds is not a requirement.
To apply, please send your CV, list of publications (not the actual papers!), a 2-page summary of your previous research experience, and contact information for 3 professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: KAW 2021). Applications not following these guidelines will not be considered.
The group (Dani & Dani & Salauat, in collaboration with Jordann Wells from the Orthaber group) has a new paper discussing the electron transfer processes that pyridine-containing luminescent lanthanide(III) complexes engage in. You can read the full story here.
Salauat, Emilie, Fiona, Daniel, and Ellen have a new manuscript accepted for publication in Molecules. The paper will be part of a special issue on luminescent lanthanide complexes. Nice work, everyone!
Dani, Emilie and Salauat, together with Jordann Wells from the Orthaber group and former exchange students Agnes and Ellen did a bunch of work on how the ligand can be used to improve the luminescence of Eu(III) emitters. They just got the results published in JACS. You can check the paper out here.
Anna and Rui have written a paper on the demetalation kinetics of synthetic chlorins. It’s now accepted (yay!) and will be published in the special issue of Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry dedicated to the International Symposium on Metal Complexes 2019.
Dani, Salauat and Dulcie have their work accepted in Inorganic Chemistry. Well done, and a big thank you to our wonderful collaborator Andreas Orthaber!
Daniel Kocsi started his PhD
Rui & Anna’s manuscript on the difficulties in making N-confused chlorins has just been accepted for publication. It will be part of the upcoming special issue (Women in porphyrin science) of the Journal of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines.
Salauat comes from Ufa in Russia, and did his undergrad in Moscow, at the Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology.
And now you can read about it in Eur. J. Org. Chem. Congrats, Anna, Andreas (Orthaber, our wonderful collaborator), and Dani!