Sarah Keller wins 2017 Albert Hofmann PhD Award
Sarah Keller, a 4th year PhD student in the group of Professors Housecroft and Constable, has won one of the 2017 Albert Hofmann PhD Awards for Excellence in Research.
This prize recognizes the achievements of three outstanding PhD students who have conducted their research in Switzerland and includes a cash prize, award certificate and research presentation. It is awarded in the course of the Albert Hofmann symposium, which is organized biannually by the Chemistry Department of the University of Zurich in memory of the well-known natural product chemist Albert Hofmann. As a part of the award ceremony, Sarah gave a presentation entitled "Luminescent Copper(I) Complexes in Light-Emitting Devices: A New Era of Enlightenment" at the Albert Hofmann Symposium on the 24th of October at the University of Zürich