Newest Employee at Theoretical Chemistry
My name is Mickael and I am a new researcher in teokem. I am originally french, but I have been in Sweden since my master project in this very department! I have since done a PhD in Uppsala and a couple of post-docs, and I am now establishing my own group here.
My speciality is the development of high-level quantum chemistry methods, especially multiconfigurational methods, and their application to photochemistry, inorganic chemistry and spectroscopy. The dream in the long term is to contribute a bit to the understanding and development of new materials for solar energy conversion, nitrogen fixation and other developments for a greener world.
Hello, my name is Isabel and I am a new PhD student here at theoretical chemistry, supervised by Mikael Lund.
Originally I am from Malmö, but the last couple of years I have been living in Heidelberg, Germany where I did my master in Scientific Computing. I finished my master thesis in the end of September and after that I went backpacking in Peru to then move back to Sweden.
My project focus will be to implement algorithms for neutron and X-ray scattering and developing molecular simulations to study bio-molecular interactions. I am looking forward to getting started and getting to know all of you.
Hello I am Henrik. I am very happy to be welcomed to Teokem. I am doing my post doc in Marie Skepö's group, focused on phase separation mediated by intrinsically disordered proteins. The project is in collaboration with MAX IV, where I will work two days a week at the CoSAXS beamline. I come from Denmark originally, I studied in Aarhus, but did my PhD in Oslo, Norway, and most recently I did a short post-doc at Malmö University.
It was a nice first day starting my PhD here at Teokem and it was great to have already been able to meet many of you.
Looking forward to working with and getting to know you all over the next several years.
I will be supervised by Petter Persson and Martin Trulsson, working on reaction diffusion kinetics and dynamics simulations. I'm excited to get started on the research process and thankful to be able to learn from all of you.
I'm from Minnesota (USA) and just graduated in 2021 from King's College London with my MSc in Complex Systems Modelling, where I also completed my master thesis with Forschungszentrum Juelich in computational systems biology. I have been working in financial analytics consulting for the past year, but very much missed the scientific environment and I'm happy to be continuing my studies here at Lund.