This is just a quick note to share the information that our proposal titled "Functional Nanocomposites of Ultrathin Graphitic Carbon Nitride (g-C3N4) Nanosheets: A Catalytic Approach" was selected for funding by the NFFA-Europe (http://www.nffa.eu). The work will involve synthesis at Szeged, theoretical support from our friends in San Sebastian and photophysical characterization at FORTH Heraklion. Thanks for this proposal are due to Dr. Yann Pouillon and Dr. Henrik Haspel. I look forward to see how this new NFFA scheme works in practice and to get some nice results soon.
It's been a long time since I added new content to this blog, sorry about that. We've had an active Spring and published several papers together with co-author groups, see the publication list for details please. Now I'm happy to report on yet another Carbon paper accepted from our group. Gábor Kozma and other members of our team have successfully used multiwall carbon nanotubes to validate the Burgio-Rojac energy model of planetary ball milling. The paper "Experimental validation of the Burgio-Rojac model of planetary ball milling by the length control of multiwall carbon nanotubes" was accepted for publication today. Congratulations to all co-authors, keep up the good work guys!
Ákos Kukovecz is associate professor of chemistry and Head of the MTA-SZTE Lendület Porous Nanocomposites Research Group. He works at Szeged, Hungary.