Humboldt Research Fellowship for Prof. Carlos-Andres Palma: The scientist will support materials research at the Department of Physics and at IRIS Adlershof

01. October 2019

Humboldt Research Fellowship for Prof. Carlos-Andres Palma

The scientist will support materials research at the Department of Physics and at IRIS Adlershof

Prof. Palma in seinem Labor in Beijing. Bild: IRIS Adlershof

Prof. Palma in his laboratory in Beijing. Picture: IRIS Adlershof

Professor Carlos-Andres Palma has been awarded a Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers. The fellowship provides funding for international experts to make extended research visits to Germany. At IRIS Adlershof and at the physics department of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Prof. Palma will contribute with expertise in ultrahigh-vacuum variable temperature, low-temperature atomic force microscopy (AFM) and complementary surface analytics. Together with Prof. Jürgen P. Rabe’s group and co-hosted by Prof. Norbert Koch’s group, he will explore nanographane materials and their phonon properties in the project entitled ‘Low-dimensional carbon sp3 materials at well-defined interfaces’.

Further information: www.iris-adlershof.de/en/news.html