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Kimberly Hsieh starts as postdoc at Institute of Physics and Astronomy in October 2020.
Ida Haugaard Sørensen is employed as a maternity cover for programme coordinator Mette Alstrup Lie.
Amalie Henderson has been employed as a "squid" at IFA
A recent paper in Physical Review Letters presenting IFA's Cyrille Solaro from professor Michael Drewsen's workgroup as lead author, describes an attempt to fine tune the limits for how much particles constituting the dark matter can influence ordinary matter.
The grant will be used for participation in international conferences on exoplanets
Aleksi Julku has joined Georg Bruun's group since August 2020.
Christoffer Karoff has been appointed Associate Professor
New Electronics Technician Apprentice - Tobias Vallenvig Holmene, started on 1st July 2020
Two working groups in Aarhus and Copenhagen have a recent paper in Angewandte Chemie.
New postdoc - Marius Sebastian Frank has started in Nicola Lanata´s group.
New paper in Physical Review X with co-author IFA's Simon Wall
Gargee Gargee Bhattacharyya will join Nicola Lanata's group at September 11. She will work here for one year.
New postdoc, Diptaranjan Das, starts 1 September working in: Quantum Measurement and Manipulation Group, headed by Professor MSO, Jacob Sherson.
MAURIZIO MONTI is a new postdoc i Simon Wall´s group: Ultrafast Dynamics of Quantum Materials.
Raijumon Puthumpally Joseph (Raiju Joseph) joins the strong-field and attosecond physics group lead by Prof. Lars Bojer Madsen in September 2020.
From 1 September 2020 he starts as Professor of experimental physics
Jes Madsen has decided to retire from his position as Vice-Dean on 1st September 2020, as well as from his position as Professor at IFA, also on 1st September 2020
By September 1st 2020 Prof. Hans Fynbo will be employed at IFA as Deputy-department head of teaching.
The dedicated control team has been using a lot of lock-down hours at home to improve the camera settings for Delphini-1
Three of the astronomers are e.g. taking a star-shower on Anholt!
Professor Steen Hannestad has been appointed as a new member of the Free Danish Research Council (Danmarks Frie Forskningsfonds (DFF)) academic council for Nature and Universe.
Anne E. B. Nielsen has received the H.C. Ørsted Selskabet research talent award for her ground-breaking work within electromagnetism and quantum mechanics.
Even during the lock-down our students are working hard times communicating with our Aarhus University satellite.
Björn Bastian started as new Postdoc in Marcel Mudrich´s group: Cluster-Dynamics Group on 1st July 2020.
Would you like to come to Berlin from 1 to 7 November 2020?
Sign up for our challenge. We will send two students from Denmark to "Quantum Future Academy 2020" with all expenses paid - and it might easily be you!
Recent paper in ACS Nano reveals surprising electronic properties in the new two dimensional semiconductor rhenium diselenid. Søren Ulstrup of IFA is coauthor.
Those of you coming and going via the IFA main entrance have had no trouble discovering a fine LEGO model of our storage ring ASTRID2. Even though the model is super realistic, there is no danger of radiation at all, as the dome over the model absorbs all LEGOtron radiation!
In a recent paper published in June 2020 researchers at IFA describe the construction of a functioning quantum component consisting of a double layer of graphene, and measurements of the properties using photoemission at nano scales
Postdoc Elisabeth Gruber is one of the researchers that were granted special access to IFA during the corona-closedown.
New interdisciplinary project will measure saturation vapor pressure of low volatile substances
Are you doing research related to SARS-CoV-2 therapies or vaccines? We will give you priority access to our facilities at ISA
Danish National Research Foundation centre in Aarhus has a central role in some newly discovered details of the remarkable delta Scuti stars. To be published in Nature Wednesday 13. May
For his master's thesis one of our Aarhus University students has developed software for automation and remote control of two new telescopes in Australia. These two telescopes are the most recent in the Danish-led SONG project, aimed at observing nearer stars and exoplanets.
Simon Wall has been employed as Associate Professor starting from 1 May.
SAC has characterized the atmosphere of an exoplanet using TESS data and in a new paper researchers present their findings.
Article chosen as Editors Suggestion and highlighted in a Viewpoint in Physical Review letters.
Pernille Grøne has been appointed research coordinator from 1 April
Satellite data can help us understand the changes happening on Earth. In a new podcast, Associate Professor Christoffer Karoff talks about the possibilities in data from satellites.
Hanne Bak has been employed as research secretary from 1 April
The automated SONG telescope in Tenerife does not require on-site staff to conduct the observations of stars, yet the Corona virus has forced the leaders of the SONG project to shut down the observatory for at least two weeks.
On the 4th of March 2020 the new SONG spectrograph arrived at the Mt. Kent Observatory in Queensland, Australia. The spectrograph was build in the basement at IFA and will be used to analyse the light from stars collected through two telescopes at the observatory.
Thomas Tram was recently honoured with a Villum Young Investigator grant of DKK 9.5 mio. from the Villum Foundation for the project “Illuminating the Dark Universe”.
Article by Jeffrey Hangst et. al., in Nature 19 February 2020
Ragesh Kumar Thelakkadan Puthiyaveettil (Ragesh) joined ion trap group lead by Prof. Michael Drewsen in February 2020.
Article by Marcel Mudrich, IFA et al. in Nature Communications 14 February 2020
Den 31. januar 2019 blev Aarhus Universitets første satellit Delphini-1 sendt i rummet fra den Internationale Rumstation (ISS). Aarhus Universitet og holdet bag rummissionen kan nu fejre 1 års dagen for satellittens succesfulde start på sin færd i rummet.
Astrophysicist and AIAS fellow Thomas Tauris contributes to our understanding of how dead stars impact gravitational forces. Hereby we are one step closer to understanding the forces of nature. The results have been published in the scientific journal 'Science'.
Once upon at time in a galaxy close by - actually our own Milkyway - a passing dwarf galaxy was caught in and swollowed whole. We still see the traces of this. Paper in Nature13. January 2020.
Paper by Marcel Mudric, IFA et al. in Nature Communications 8. January 2020
Researchers from Aarhus help understand the finer details in a recent pair of papers in PRL and PRC
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