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CEST won Aalto's Visiting Professor funding for supporting Guo-Xu Zhang's visit

Aalto's School of Science has awarded CEST Visiting Professor funding to support Dr. Guo-Xu Zhang's visit in the group from March 2018.

Aalto University School of Science has announced that the CEST group wins the Visiting Professor funding (allocation 2/2017). With this funding CEST can further support the visit of Dr. Guo-Xu Zhang from Harbin Institute of Technology, China, who is awarded the China Scholarship Council Grant (http://physics.aalto.fi/en/current/news/2017-11-09-006/). We are looking forward to carry out high impact research on emergent hybrid preovskite photovoltaics by combining our expertise in first-principles materials science and machine learning.

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