Visit of Swedish researchers to Conesaboj lab


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A group of researchers, awardees of the Ingvar Carlsson Award from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research, visited our lab today. Thanks for coming, it was a pleasure to meet you and show you our group and our lab! And thanks also to Kobus Kuipers for introducing Quantum Nanoscience to our Swedish friends!

Our research showcased by Home of Innovation


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Our research has been showcased by the Home of Innovation initiative at TU Delft, which highlights innovative projects across all the university, see here for more details.

Thanks to Erwin Suvaal from CVIII ontwerpers for the nice cartoon!

Welcome to our new group members: Maarten & Magda!


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Today Maarten and Magda have joined our group!

Maarten starts as a PhD student after having successfully completed his MSc project also with us. Magda is a new postdoc who has just obtained her PhD degree from the university of Stockholm.

Looking forward to do great science together!

Miguel’s Farewell


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I am happy and proud to announce that today was the last day of Miguel Tinoco in our group, since he will start a new postdoctoral research position at the  Complutense University of Madrid. All the best in your new adventure! We will miss you!

HyperSpy Workshop @ Delft


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Two days full of exciting lectures and hands-on tutorials based on the HyperSpy open source software for multi-dimensional data analysis.

Thanks all the instructors and participants for a very productive and enjoyable workshop!



ERC Starting Grant awarded to Conesaboj lab!


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The European Research Council has just announced that our lab has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant!!

Thanks to the support of this ERC grant, we will be able to study how the unique properties of layered materials (LMs), which are fully functional down a single atomic layer, can be further expanded and enriched by exploiting the one-dimensional geometry.

Boost for Electron Microscopy in the Netherlands


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The NWO and the Dutch minister of Science and Education have announced an investment of 17M€ for NEMI, the Netherlands Electron Microscopy Infrastructure.

Within NEMI, Delft will focuse on research in the field of material science for quantum technologies. Especifically , the Conesaboj Lab (Electron Nanoscopy of Quantum Materials) receives €900K to upgrade the Titan TEM microscope to carry out new material research at the nanoscale.

More information can be found in this link.

Dave Dekker’s MSc thesis defense


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On February 8th Dave Dekker successfully defended his MSc thesis  “Mapping the nature of electrical properties in hybrid nanowires using electron microscopy”.

Congratulations Dave!

 

PEP project students present their results


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Great job done by Sebastiaan, Pepijn, Corne and Martijn with their PEP project carried out in our lab:  ”Atomic Modelling of Nanostructures for Electron Microscopy Analysis”.

Congratulations!!!