Gabriel Morgado participated in the secondment at the “Statistical physics and modelization for chemistry, geochemistry, and biology” research division. The secondment was devoted to the work on the final paper and the writing of the thesis. The paper was published in the peer-reviewed journal Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics with the title “Elimination of fast variables in stochastic nonlinear kinetics.”
Faria Khan, NaMeS PhD student, took part in the research secondment at Professor Jason D. Surratt and Professor Rebecca Fry’s research group at Gilling School of Global Public Health, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.
Rashmi Runjhun, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the secondments at the Laboratory Of Photonics and Interfaces. She provided her research work in the distinguished lab of Prof. Michael Graetzel at EPFL Switzerland.
Airit Agasty participated in the secondment at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research. The main aim of the lab visit was to show the applicability of universal model of viscosity developed in the team of Professor Holyst, across different macroscopic variables for different polymer systems.
Wassie Mersha Takele participated in the secondment at the Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. The main objective of his project was to investigate and influence the optical, spectral, and tautomerization properties of single molecules inside an optical microcavity.