The ground-breaking research of an undergraduate Applied Physics student has been published in a top scientific journal.
The work of Ludwig Schreier, an Erasmus exchange student, has appeared on the back cover of the March 2009 issue of Soft Matter, a world leading science journal linking the disciplines of physics, chemistry and biology.
In his third year BSc project, Ludwig predicted how nano-scale material structures could be manipulated with the help of an ordinary electric field. The work was undertaken with the help of Marco Pinna, a research student within UCLan’s Computational Physics Group.
Ludwig comments: “I’d heard good things about UCLan from my fellow students at the University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden (Germany) and so I decided to experience it for myself.”
“I was delighted to take up the opportunity offered through the Erasmus exchange program and have really enjoyed my study…
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