Postdoctoral Fellowship | 01/09/2016
Thomas Sand Jespersen | This project was a basic-research, curiosity-motivated attempt to engineer a new topological state of matter in a semiconductor/superconductor hybrid nanostructure.
Postdoctoral Fellowship | 10/06/2016
Niels Opstrup | This postdoc-project will contribute substantially to our knowledge of the consequences of PRFSs at the level of the individual researcher by addressing the research question: What are the consequences of the BRI for Danish researchers’ motivation, behaviour, and performance (qualitatively and quantitatively)?
Postdoctoral Fellowship | 03/06/2016
Lisbeth Trille Gylling Loft | The size and composition of our population is the prime driver in shaping our society. To understand past and present linkages of how societies change and families are formed is therefore imperative to guide us towards the best possible future.
Postdoctoral Fellowship | 27/05/2016
Kasper Skov Kjær | Conversion of light into electricity and chemical energy are the two major paths for harvesting solar energy, the latter being employed by nature through photosynthesis. The process of photo conversion is thus fundamental for the development of systems that can exploit sunlight for the production of green energy.
Postdoctoral Fellowship | 02/05/2016
Mikkel Fruergaard |The research project COASTEVENT investigates the impact of major storms and storm surges on the long-term soft-sediment coastal morphology and coastal evolution.
Kirsten M. Ø. Jensen | Research in chemical synthesis has in the last decades given chemists the tools to produce new compounds with outstanding precision, and it is now becoming possible to engineer materials on the atomic level.
Jørgen Hollesen | This article pinpoints the need for new methods for identifying which archaeological deposits in Arctic areas are most vulnerable to climate change.
Mads Sohl Jessen | The goal of this project is to explore and interpret the meaning of the almost forgotten genre or mode of writing we refer to as satire in Danish romanticism.
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