Pr Wybren Jan Buma, from Van’t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences in Amsterdam University will be visiting our lab next week, on March 28th and 29th. He will give a conference on March 28th at 4.30pm in the salle de conférence, entitled
Tailoring Photoactive Materials : Light on the dark side of the force
Don’t forget your lightsaber…
Since last week, we are welcoming a new master 2 student, Rémi Goerlich, in cooperation with the Dyno group at IPCMS. He will work with Yoseline Cabara-Rosalès and Samuel Albert on the stochastic protocols in an optical trap.
Welcome to him !
Related to our publication in Science, here is a nice article of Andy Extance on Chemistry World, featuring Lucas Lethuillier and Kalaivanan Nagarajan as guest-stars.
Savoir(s), the magazine of the University of Strasbourg has also interviewed Thomas Ebbesen and Anoop Thomas. Here is the article, in french that time, illustrated by a nice picture in front of our FIB system.
Source : Pascal Bastien
On Wednesday 13th of February, Thomas Ebbesen received his prize, le grand prix 2018 de la fondation de la Maison de la Chimie, during a special colloquium “Chimie et Alexandrie dans l’Antiquité”. Congratulations again !
Source : http://www.unistra.fr
To start the week, here is winter group picture taken on ISIS terrace during the new year celebration of the institute, on January 24th.
Thanks to Caroline Schneider, our photograph !
We had a small surprise celebration on Monday at ISIS for the 65th birthday of Thomas Ebbesen but as the real date is today, happy birthday Thomas !
To start the new year, we have the pleasure to welcome Dr Samuel Albert as a new postdoctoral researcher. Samuel did his phD about glass transition in CEA Saclay and defended in 2016. Then he did a first postdoc in ENS Lyon about Casimir forces. Welcome to him !
Dr Yantao Pang, assistant professor, in Shandong Jianzhu University, in Jinan (China) arrived in Strasbourg two days ago. He already spent one year in our lab in 2005 then came back for a shorter stay in 2012. This time, he is back again for one year and will be located in office 109. Welcome back to him !
We are pleased to announce the PhD defense of Oussama Sentissi on Friday, December 7. His work, entitled Étude du mouvement Brownien sous champ de force externe et diffusion anormales (Study of brownian motion under an external force field and anomalous diffusion), has been performed under the supervision of Dr. Genet. The defense will take place in the Salle de Conférence of ISIS, at 2pm.
A pot de thèse will follow at the 6th floor of ISIS (Espace Vasconi).
We have the pleasure to welcome James Hutchison for a few days in the lab, till November 29. He will stay in room 107 during his visit. His 18 months secondment in Melbourne turned into a 4 years “Future fellow” position so he will fly back to Australia soon…