School of Chemical and Physical Sciences


Congratulations Dr. Kittler

4 December 2014

The NMR group would like to congratulate Dr. Wilfred Kittler for defending his thesis today! Well done for all the hard work you have put in over the past three years. We wish you all the best for the future!


Victorias Awards

27 November 2014

The Victorias Awards is an annual event organised by the PGSA to recognise and celebrate the excellent contributions made by postgraduate students in Victoria University. The NMR lab would like to congratulate Tim Brox for receiving PGSA Life Membership Award, as a recognition for all his hard work he has put into the PGSA over the past two years.


MacDiarmid Institute Student Symposium

24-25 November 2014

Petrik Galvosas along with Huabing Liu and Fangrong Zong went to Get it Out - this year's MacDiarmid Institute student symposium. Students and post-doctorates were challenged to communicate their research to industry representatives and thinking through the initial stages of commercialisation.


Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Finals

26 September 2014

The NMR Lab would like to congratulate Wilfred Kittler for not only making the Victoria University 3MT finals, but for placing 3rd equal overall! There were some fantastic talks and to see Wilfred place in the top three was great!


Theme IV Meeting

1 September 2014

We had a great team attend the MacDiarmid Theme IV meeting in Auckland. Petrik Galvosas, along with Wilfred Kittler, Tim Brox, Huabing Liu and Fangrong Zong, all four students gave talks about recent projects they had been working on.


Thank you!

8 May 2014

We want to thank Dr. Sabina Haber-Pohlmeier and Dr. Andreas Pohlmeier for being here with us in the lab over the past few months. It has been great getting to know you and we hope your time here will help you with your future endeavours. We wish you all the best and safe travels back to Germany.


All The Best!

2 May 2014

We want to thank Marcel Nogueira d' Eurydice for all the hard work he has done in the lab over the past few years. For your research, ideas and contributions to projects we want to thank you! We wish you all the best for the work you will do in Sydney.


Safe travels!

4 April 2014

The NMR group would like to thank Prof. Suzanne Fielding for giving her time and expertise over the week. We trust that she will enjoy the rest of her time in New Zealand and we wish her a safe journey home.


Welcome back!

31 March 2014

We are so happy to have a good friend of the group returning. We want to welcome Prof. Suzanne Fielding back to Wellington and particularly to the lab, where she will be spending the week discussing and sharing ideas with us.


Safe Journey Home

27 February 2014

Although MRPM had finished a few weeks ago, we have had the privilege of having a few people stay on with us in Wellington, to share their expertise and explore new ideas. The NMR group would just like to thank them for the time they have spent sharing their knowledge and we wish them safe travels back home.



14 February 2014

Congratulations to Petrik Galvosas for organising a successful MRPM conference! There was great discussion and interaction among the 150 international delegates over the week of workshops, talks and posters.

Also congratulations to Huabing Liu, who was one of three people to be awarded with a poster prize. Well done!


Welcome to Wellington!

5 February 2014

Over the next few weeks we are so privileged to have friends from around the world coming to visit us here is Wellington. Many will be attending MRPM and some will be visiting us in the lab. We particularly want to welcome Prof. Tito Bonagamba, Dr. Sabina Haber-Pohlmeier, Dr. Frederik Laun, Dr. Nikolaus Nestle and Prof. Claudia Schmidt.


Happy New Year!

6 January 2014

Everyone in the Magnetic Resonance group hopes that you had a great Christmas and New Year. Next week we look forward to hosting some visiting high school students from across the country. This is part of the Macdiarmid Institute's Nano Camp, where year 13 students get a chance to see what happens at Victoria University, GNS and Callaghan Innovation.


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