Our colleague Dr Anoop Thomas won the poster prize offered by Nature Nanotechnology in SCOM 2018 conference in Eindhoven. Congratulations to him, but also to his corecipient Dr Ankit Bisht from Chalmers University !
From left to right: Anoop, Alberto Moscatelli, editor in Nature Nanotechnology , and Ankit.
Our group 10 years ago was smaller…
Permanent people are still there and all the former postdocs and phD students on the picture found a position afterwards. From left to right (with their position in 2008), Pr Ebbesen, Dr Genet, Adi Salomon (postdoc) is now leading a group in Bar-Ilan University in Israel, Eric Laux (phD) is Director in Strategy & Business Development for Quantum Global Group in Zug Switzerland, but also professor in the Luxembourg School of Business, Frédéric Przybilla (phD) is assistant professor in Laboratoire de Bioimagerie et Pathologies (Pharmacy University, Strasbourg), Aurélien Drezet (postdoc) is a CNRS researcher in the team “Nano-optique et forces” (Néel Institute, Grenoble), Oussama Mahboub (phD) is assistant professor at ENSA Tétouan (Morocco), Dr Devaux, Ms Jouati our secretary, and Jean-Yves Laluet (phD) is group leader at Saint-Gobain research (Paris).
As mentionned in a previous post, Thomas Ebbesen was elected to an annual chair at Collège de France this year. He will give his inaugural lecture entitled The Alchemy of the Void – Light-Matter Interactions in Physical Chemistry on May 2nd, 6pm at the Collège de France in Paris (Amphithéâtre Marguerite de Navarre – Marcelin Berthelot), then a serie of courses will follow in May and June and the detailed program can be found here. Lectures are open to all, free of charge and without prior registration so if you can catch a train to Paris, don’t hesitate to attend !