|Project||ESR 1 : Charge transfer at organic donor-acceptor interfaces|
|ESR 2 : Triplet exciton dynamics|
Maxim S. Pshenchnikov received his MSc and PhD from Moscow State University in 1983 and 1987, respectively. In 1992, he moved to the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, as a postdoctoral fellow to join the staff in 1996, first at the department of chemistry and since 2006 at the department of physics. His research focuses at a wide range of ultrafast phenomena in organic materials at nanoscopic lengths and femtosecond time scales, especially at hydrogen-bond dynamics at (bio)interfaces and exciton and charge dynamics in energy-related materials.
Website : ocmp.phys.rug.nl