EUROPAH ESR Rijutha Jaganathan has been selected to attend the Lindau Meet this summer. She writes about what the meet is all about.
It is not often that the ESRs are all together in the same country, let alone the same city, so we decided to take advantage of this at the Heriot-Watt University Open Day that tookContinue reading
It was an unusually hot summer in Denmark this year but as usual I was struggling with my equipment in the lab all through summer. I use a scanning tunneling microscope to ‘image’ molecules onContinue reading
Zeyuan Tang joined as an ESR at Aarhus University just a month ago and he already loves the city and the university. He likes the work-life balance and the friendly research group that he is aContinue reading
The newest member of the team, Sanjana will join Leiden University in September 2018. A chemist by training, she hopes to study PAHs in the lab as well as by theoretical calculations. An Indian who grewContinue reading
Mostly quiet but full of new ideas, Rushdi enjoys long walks by himself. Currently he works in Edinburgh but he was born and brought up in Sri Lanka. Grey Edinburgh is in stark contrast toContinue reading
Although she wanted to be an astronomer, Rijutha Jaganathan now peers into ultrahigh vacuum chambers to study reactions catalysed by PAHs. Shy and reticent is what people would describe her at first glance though herContinue reading