We welcome Theodora Menidiati as QLUSTER's new PhD student in the Forschungszentrum Jülich

Theodora completed her MSc degree in Chemistry at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. During her master, she worked on the synthesis of macrocyclic self-assembled cages consisting of functionalized BODIPY-Dyes for light harvesting and controlled energy transfer. Theodora as an Early Stage Researcher in the MSCA Doctoral Network "QLUSTER” will work on the experimental realization of soft-matter cluster crystals. She will focus on the synthesis and study of self-assembly of nanosized DNA-polymer cluster-forming constructs with dendritic, linear and circular architecture. Theodora will work under the supervision of Emmanuel Stiakakis.



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