Dr. Rasuolė Lukošė is winner of the prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship grant in the European Union and she is recognized as one of the 30th of the most promising European researchers.
Lithuanian scientist Rasuolė Lukošė is developing a new innovative way of combining graphene – a carbon sheet just one atom thick – and manganite layers in order to manufacture highly sensitive sensors. These sensors will be used to measure pulsed magnetic fields, opening up important research capabilities in fields such as materials science.
More information: http://www.openreadings.eu/rasuole-lukose-2/
This lecture is a part of international conference "Open Readings 2018" (March 20-23, Vilnius). More information: www.openreadings.eu, and full list of lectures: https://www.facebook.com/events/171907153426311/.