MMD Journal Club

Weekly online presentations of scientific journal publications in the Multifunctional Materials Design research group
View of a meeting room with multicolored chairs in Dipoli / Photo: Aalto University, Markus Sommers


Last summer regular Journal Club meetings were launched by Prof. Jaana Vapaavuori and Dr. Fevzihan Basarir. The sessions have been held online on a weekly basis. Members of the Multifunctional Materials Design research group have been presented with an opportunity to report in turns on the publications of their choice from high impact scientific journals. 

Two rounds of meetings were already implemented in the previous months, and the third round will continue in January 2022. Publications from such journals as Advanced Electronic Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Nature Communications, ACS Nano and others were presented during these sessions.

The Journal Club meetings beneficially contribute to our group's ongoing research projects by providing valuable insights and revealing new perspectives on various scientific issues. The meetings are hosted by Dr. Fevzihan Basarir.


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