Espen Drath Bøjesen employed as Tenure Track Assistant Professor

Espen Drath Bøjesen employed as Tenure Track Assistant Professor within transmission electron microscopy applied to materials science.

Espen Drath Bøjesen employed as Tenure Track Assistant Professor within transmission electron microscopy applied to materials science. (Photo: private)
Espen Drath Bøjesen employed as Tenure Track Assistant Professor within transmission electron microscopy applied to materials science. (Photo: private)

Espen D. Bøjesen performed his PhD studies in Bo B. Iversen’s group with focus on the study of oxide thermoelectric materials and subsequently focus on understanding the formation and growth of nanoparticles during solvothermal synthesis via in situ synchrotron studies. 

After his PhD, he obtained a two-year internationalisation postdoc fellowship from the Villum Foundation to go to the Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy (MCEM) at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and become proficient at Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM).  

Following 3 years at MCEM he was granted a 2 year “return-home” postdoc fellowship from the Carlsberg foundation to work on combining the merits of X-ray diffraction and TEM methods for studies of various materials. In his future research at iNANO he aims to push the nature of TEM based studies in a more statistically sound direction, thereby facilitating the studies of materials that reside at the border between order and disorder.


Contact

Espen Drath Bøjesen
Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO)
Aarhus University
Email: espen.bojesen@inano.au.dk