The groups at KTH

Lars Kloo

Professor Lars Kloo, born 1961. Head of Applied Physical Chemistry, KTH. Docent 1994 and Doctor of Philosophy 1990 in Inorganic Chemistry from Lund Univ. About 180 scientific, peer-reviewed papers on mainly ionic liquids, clusters, low-dimensional materials and dye-sensitized solar cells ranging from the basic fundamentals to application. Received the Göran Gustafsson Prize in Chemistry in 2002.

Contacts: Address: Applied Physical Chemistry KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Teknikringen 30 SE 100 44 Stockholm Sweden

E-mail: larsa@kth.se     Tel: +46-8-790 9343

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Licheng Sun

Prof. Sun’s research interests cover artificial photosynthesis, molecular catalysts for water oxidation and hydrogen generation, functional devices for total water splitting, dye sensitized, quantum dot/rod sensitized solar cells, perovskite solar cells. He has published more than 390 peer reviewed scientific papers in international journals in the fields of solar cells and solar fuels, and his work has been cited heavily during the past years with total number of citations over 16 000, and a h-index 64. He has served in many evaluation and other committees, and as reviewers for numerous research councils (USA, EU, Asian countries). He is one of the chairmen of editorial board of ChemSusChem, editorial board member of SCIENCE CHINA-Chemistry, member of International Advisory Board of Chemistry-An Asian Journal, and member of RSC Advances Advisory Board. He has given more than 80 invited lectures during the past years in international conferences and numerous seminars in universities all over the world and has been selected as a Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher 2014, and listed on 2014 The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds.

Contacts: Address: Department of Chemistry, Organic Chemistry KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Teknikringen 30 SE 100 44 Stockholm Sweden

E-mail: lichengs@kth.se     +46-8-790 8127

Other members in Licheng Sun's group

James Gardner

James Gardner, born 1982. Assistant Professor of Photoelectrochemistry in the Division of Applied Physical Chemistry, 2012. Post-Doctoral Researcher at Uppsala University, 2009-2012. Doctor of Philosophy from Johns Hopkins University, 2009. Photochemistry and photophysics of interfaces. Of particular interest is understanding the energetics, kinetics, and conditions that promote interfacial charge transfer chemistry as this relates to dye-sensitized solar cells.

Contacts: Address: Applied Physical Chemistry KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Teknikringen 30 SE 100 44 Stockholm Sweden

E-mail: jgardner@kth.se     +46-8-790 8167

Other members in James Gardner's group

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