Marie-Curie postdoc fellowship for Alice

Alice was awarded a prestigious Marie Curie postdoctoral fellowship.

Alice received notice today that her proposal for a Marie Curie fellowship from the Horizon 2020 program of the European Union was accepted. She will spend the next two years researching ultrafast photochemistry of carbonyls with X-ray and electron scattering. Her fellowship covers a third year she will spend in Rebecca Boll’s group at EuropeanXFEL. Congratulations to Alice!

Thomas Wolf
Thomas Wolf
Staff Scientist

My research is focused on discovering structure-function relationships in ultrafast photochemistry to better understand and eventually control this type of reactions.