Daniel Balazs (PhD student in our group) received the “Young Scientist Presentation Award” of the Japanese Society of Applied Physics.
The award honours excellent presentations at the Japanese Society of Applied Physics biannual meetings. From about 4000 talks and posters, a jury selects the top 1%. The laureates are invited to attend the next meeting where they receive the award and give a lecture on another topic in the same section.
Daniel presented his work entitled “Counterion-Mediated Ligand Exchange for PbS Colloidal Quantum Dot Superlattices” at the 2017 Spring meeting in March 2017 in Yokohama. He received the award this week at the 2017 Autumn meeting in Fukuoka.