Annemarie Huijser

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Research

Solar conversion into electricity or fuel relies on a complex interplay of many light-induced processes. To improve the device performance, it is essential to develop fundamental insight in all these processes occurring in a broad time window from femtoseconds to milliseconds. My research aims at understanding and controlling structure-functionality relationships in photocatalytic and photovoltaic materials, by steering 1) the static or 2) the dynamic nanostructure of the complex. I have an active (inter)national multidisciplinary collaboration network with colleagues from various disciplines. My team and I employ advanced complementary ultrafast spectroscopic methods to visualize light-induced processes in real-time, such as femtosecond transient absorption and time-resolved photoluminescence spectroscopy. As process conditions play a major role in the device performance, we have recently also developed facilities to carry out our ultrafast spectroscopy studies under operating conditions, demonstrating the major role of the environment in the photodynamics that underpin the performance.

 

Education

Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, Delft University of Technology, 2008. 

M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Delft University of Technology, 2004.

 

Awards

  • TOP grant (2018) from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) of 820 k€, offering outstanding researchers the opportunity to strengthen or renew challenging and innovative lines of research, in collaboration with De Groot from Leiden and Jansen from Groningen. The project focuses on the effect of vibronic coupling in supramolecular systems on long-range exciton transfer.
  • Award for best MSc student Chemical Engineering Delft University of Technology, 2003-2004.
  • Cum laude award (top 5 %) for MSc degree in Chemical Engineering, Delft University of Technology.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Delft University of Technology

1 Apr 200425 Mar 2008

Award Date: 25 Mar 2008

External positions

Postdoctoral scientist, Lund University

1 May 200831 Oct 2011

PhD student, Delft University of Technology

1 Apr 200431 Mar 2008

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