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Welcome Àngela and Norbert to the MML Group

last modified May 01, 2015 02:35 PM
We hope everyone had a nice Easter. We would like to welcome two new members: Àngela and Norbert, to the MML group.

 

Miss Àngela de la Rosa Galán joined the group as a Chief Research Laboratory Technician. She obtained her BSc in Chemical Engineering from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (ETSEIB). Her role within the group is to bring support in the research of carbon nanotube fibers produced by chemical vapour deposition, as well as upgrade the fibre spinning reactor to improve the production process.

Mr. Norbert Schneider joined the group as a visiting scientist. He obtained his Diplom in physics from the University of Heidelberg. Currently he is working on his PhD, developing new large scale replication methods for bioinspired 3D photonic structures at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Here in Cambridge he analyses methods to implement carbon nanotubes into these photonic structures.

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