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November 6th, 2009

"Advanced Researcher Grant" für Prof. Luisa De Cola

Abstract:
Prof. Luisa De Cola vom Physikalischen Institut der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster erhält eine besonders prestigeträchtige Auszeichnung des Europäischen Forschungsrats (ERC): den hoch angesehenen "Advanced Researcher Grant" 2009. Dieser Preis wird an erfahrene, exzellente Wissenschaftler vergeben, die in ihrem Forschungsfeld etabliert sind. Prof. De Cola erhält nun fast zwei Millionen Euro für fünf Jahre, um ein Forschungsprojekt zur Anwendung poröser Nanomaterialien zu realisieren.

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