Marius Kadek wins MSCA-IF-GF Global Fellowship
Dr. Marius Kadek
Dr. Marius Kadek, who received his PhD in August 2018 from the Centre for Theoretical and Computational Chemistry (the predecessor of the Hylleraas Centre), has won a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action Individual Global Fellowship. Since finishing his PhD, he has worked as a researcher at the Hylleraas centre.
The project focuses on the development of novel relativistic methods for modeling magnetic topological materials and would involve an two-year stay at Duke University with Prof. Volker Blum, followed by a one-year return grant to the Hylleraas Centre.