|Published on:||17 December 2010|
On 17 December Sadia Bari will defend her thesis 'The influence of peptide structure on fragmentation pathways'.
|Published on:||13 December 2010|
KVI PhD-student Ruud Vinke has received a Rubicon subsidy from the Dutch Organization for Scientific Research NWO. The subsidy will be used for a post doc of two years at the Molecular Imaging Instrumentation Laboratory of Stanford University in the US. Aim of the research project will be to attain sharper imaging in cancer diagnosis.
|Published on:||03 December 2010|
On 3 December Erwin Bodewits will defend his thesis 'Dynamics of highly charged ions interacting with surfaces.
|Published on:||25 November 2010|
The programme 'Broken mirrors and drifting constants', submitted at the Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM), has received a subsidy of M€ 2.9. The programme will be carried out by KVI and the VU University of Amsterdam (VUA). Programme leader will be Wim Ubachs of the Atomic, Molecular and Laser Physics group of the VUA, the KVI-share in the programme will be led by KVI-Director Klaus Jungmann. The KVI-team will further consist of Ronnie Hoekstra, Steven Hoekstra and Lorenz Willmann, with support of the Theory group. The duration of the programme will be six years. During this period both KVI and VUA will be able to appoint four PhD students (OIO's) out of the programme budget.
|Published on:||22 November 2010|
On 22 November Hong Minh Dang will defend her thesis 'Particle induced strand breakagein plasmid DNA'.
|Published on:||18 October 2010|
On Sunday 17 October the doors of KVI were opened for the annual open day in the framework of Oktober Kennismaand. The day was very successful with 523 visitors. The two presentations in the framework of the theme 'Long live variation' well-visited. At the children's activities - like soldering an electronic tea-warmer - it was a big crowd. At all activities enthusiastic staff members and interested visitors were found. The KVI open day was again part of the open day of the Zernike complex. Like last year, also SRON (space research), ScienceLinx and the Discovery Bus participated.
|Published on:||23 August 2010|
The divisions for Chemical and Physical Science of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research NWO have awarded a project application in the new multidisciplinary NWO Astrochemistry Programme to KVI scientist Thomas Schlathölter. It concerns a project for four years, entitled ‘The chemical evolution of PAHs driven by energetic ion interaction’. Money has been made available for a PhD student for four years (OIO).
|Published on:||25 June 2010|
On 25 June Peter de Jong will defend his thesis 'Exposure to natural radioactivity in the Netherlands: the impact of building materials'.
|Published on:||22 June 2010|
|Published on:||14 May 2010|
On 14 May Hoessein Moeini will defend his thesis 'Feasibility experiment and simulations for EXL'.
|Published on:||07 May 2010|
On 7 May Peane Maleka will defend his thesis 'An assessment of gamma-ray and neutron spectra of in-situ element analysis using a pulsed-neutron source'.
|Published on:||06 May 2010|
|Published on:||04 May 2010|
|Published on:||03 May 2010|
|Published on:||19 February 2010|
On 19 February Marlène da Silva e Silva will defend her thesis 'Sensitive polarimetry in a search for the deuteron electric di pole moment'.