Ukrainian scientists Mariia Svyrydenko from KovalenkoLab awarded the Best Poster prize from the Organizing Committee.
- Mariia Svyrydenko presented the work ‘Tail Engineering of Zwitterionic Phospholipid Ligands for Improving Colloidal Stability of Lead Halide” at NanoGe International Conference on Emerging Light Emitting Materials (EMLEM22).
- EMLEM provides a platform for scientists, engineers and the industry to discuss the properties, progress and applications of new and emergent light emitting materials.
- Studies of new surfaces, interfaces and nanostructures and implementation of novel experimental and theoretical tools for the detailed macroscopic and nanoscale characterization of the emergent materials are also crucial towards their implementation into the next generation light emitting devices.
- KovalenkoLab founded by Ukrainian Maksym Kovalenko. Maksym has been a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at ETH Zurich since July 2011 and Associate professor from January 2017. His group is also partially hosted by EMPA (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology) to support his highly interdisciplinary research program. He completed graduate studies at Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria, 2004-2007, with Prof. Wolfgang Heiss), followed by postdoctoral training at the University of Chicago (USA, 2008-2011, with Prof. Dmitri Talapin). His present scientific focus is on the development of new synthesis methods for inorganic nanomaterials, their surface chemistry engineering, and assembly into macroscopically large solids.