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NanoPhotonics PhD student wins prize

last modified Jan 16, 2015 03:20 PM
Jan Mertens wins Nanometa 2015 prize

Jan recently attended the Nanometa 2015 conference in Austria and was awarded the first poster prize for his poster entitled "Excitons in a mirror: Bandstructure tuning of 2D materials" . See Jan's Poster for details.

 

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