NANOTRANS kick-off meeting was advertized on the webpage of the University of Vienna. The main goals of the ITN, as well as the PhD project of Lisa Weiss at the University of Vienna were described in details (in german !)
In addition, Lisa Weiss' paper on the separation of polymer rings using microfluidic devices has been highlighted in both the webpage of the University and in a scientific dissemination german journal, derStandard. Congratulations !
ESR Lisa Weiß, together with Clemens Moritz and Joe Donaldson, gave a talk at Schopenhauer Realgymnasium in Vienna, explaining to young students the wonders of magnetic Soft Matter. The event was part of the Physics@school project, coorganized by the Faculty of Physics of the University of Vienna and the Vienna School Board. Check out the pictures on the Art of Magnetism website!
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