iNANO receives two VILLUM FOUNDATION Young Investigators

2014.01.15 | Kaj Mikael Jensen


Postdoc Nina Lock has received 3.9 m DKR for her project on functional hybrid materials. These materials can use sunlight to drive chemical reactions such as the electrolysis of water into hydrogen and oxygen.

In addition Dorthe Ravnsbæk has received 3.8 m DKR to a project on the development of batteries. The overall goal of the project is to develop rechargeable batteries that are cheaper, and more efficient than the current Li-ion technology. These batteries will be based on cheap materials such as Mg and Al.

People , Talent development