Welcome on board – Welcome to Leibniz IPHT

Keshav Kumar Jha

On 6th May, Keshav Kumar Jha started his PhD project at Leibniz IPHT. The aim of his research is to evaluate photo-induced excited state properties of molecular sensors using ultrafast time-resolved spectroscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy.

Keshav did his bachelors education in Electrical engineering from West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata, India. Consequently, masters in Optoelectronics and Laser Technology from Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi. To pursue his master thesis, Keshav joined APML lab under Prof. Varun Raghunathan at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. During his master thesis, Keshav developed a multiphoton microscope to image and characterize nanostructures and biological samples. Further, he worked as a research assistant in the same lab and studied ovarian cancer cells to observe how SKOV3 and OVCAR3 cells change the collagen environment around it. Keshav’s work under Prof. Raghunathan led to authorship of two international conference publications and coauthorship of a journal publication. Personally, he likes to learn and teach Yoga and meditation.

Applications are closed

The latest closing date for applications to ESR positions within LogicLabwas 30th April 2019. Overall, more than 230 candidates (59% male and 41% female) from 44 different countries applied. Many thanks to all applicants for their time and commitment.

Kick-off Meeting – 22nd January 2019

The LogicLab kick-off meeting took place on 22nd January 2019 at Harnack-Haus in Berlin. Thanks to all participants for teaming up and their contribution to discussions.

From upper left to lower right: Amy Harms (University of Leiden), Lenie van den Broek (Mimetas), Benjamin Dietzek (Leibniz-IPHT Jena), Julien Guthmuller (Gdansk University of Technology), Malgorzata Baranska (Jagiellonian University of Krakow), Tia Keyes (Dublin City University), Frank Lehmann (Dyomics), Martin Presselt (SciClus), Sylvestre Bonnet (University of Leiden), Alexander Schiller (Schiller&Mertens), Johannes Schwöbel (Cosmologic), Lucia Rackova and Mojmir Mach (both Centre of Experimental Medicine Slovakia).