Sara Nilsson

Post doc, Chemical Physics, Department of Physics

Currently, I am working on developing a hydrogen sensor that can work under real conditions, including humidity, temperature fluctuations and other poisoning gases. The principle of the sensor is the plasmonic resonance of the metal nanoparticles and we develop alloy materials and nanostructures to improve its performance.

In my previous work in the group, I focused on developing methods combining plasmonic nanoimaging and spectroscopy with transmission electron microscopy to study catalyst particles in situ.

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