• November 18, 2019 · AMOLF Lecture Room · Public Colloquium · Loredana Protesescu (University of Groningen)

    Conventional quantum dots versus metal halide perovskites nanomaterials as materials for energy applications

    Abstract Despite the young age of the metal halide perovskites nanocrystals (NCs) field, substantial progress has been made in the study and the development of these materials and their opto-electronical …

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  • November 22, 2019 · AMOLF · Symposium · Invited speakers

    The Future Matter(s)

    In the symposium we celebrate our 70th anniversary with presentations given by colleagues and friends, highlighting recent ground-breaking research results in the fields of nanophotonics, nanophotovoltaics, designer matter and living …

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  • November 25, 2019 · AMOLF Lecture Room · Public Colloquium · Andrea Liu (University of Pennsylvania)

    Exploiting the Malleability of Disorder to Design Functional Materials

    Abstract Systems with complex energy landscapes, such as glass-forming systems, have far more variation in their properties than those with simple ones that readily crystallize. This natural variation can be …

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  • November 28, 2019 · Delft University of Technology · PhD Ceremony · Mario J. Avellaneda Sarrio

    Chaperone-mediated protein rescue

    Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. Sander Tans Location: Aula, TU Delft …

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  • December 2, 2019 · AMOLF Lecture Room · Public Colloquium · Speaker to be announced

    Title & Speaker to be announced

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  • December 5, 2019 · University of Amsterdam · PhD Ceremony · Evgenia Kontoleta

    Photosynthesis of nanomaterials with optical resonances

    Promotor: Prof. Erik Garnett Location: Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam …

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  • December 16, 2019 · AMOLF Lecture Room · Public Colloquium · Mirjam Leunissen (Dutch Data Design)

    Data visualization for investigation and communication

    Special colloquium within the framework of our 70 YEAR ANNIVERSARY Mirjam Leunissen (https://www.dutchdatadesign.nl/) is a data journalist and visualization specialist with a background in physics and chemistry. She spends most …

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