Talentfuld forsker fra Tyskland skal arbejde med magnetiske nanopartikler på DTU Fysik
Jelena Jordanovic has just been granted one of the ten prestigious H. C. Ørsted post doc stipends by DTU. The work will commence by the end of the year and will be in collaboration with Associate Professor Cathrine Frandsen. The Department of Physics has in addition granted an additional year’s salary in order to ensure a two-year post doc period.
The title of the project is “Self-assembly dynamics of ferromagnetic nanoparticles in evaporating fluid” and it will investigate theoretically the formation processes of ordered magnetic nanoparticle-structures by using molecular dynamics simulations. The simulations will complement experimental state-of-the-art electron microscopy studies carried out in collaboration with DTU-CEN.
Jelena Jordanovic obtained her PhD degree in 2011 from the Technical University of Berlin, and is currently a post doc at University of Liverpool.
Read more about the ten H. C. Ørsted post docs here