Ha Vinh Lam Nguyen
Fourier Transform Microwave Spectroscopy

The microwavers

Lam Nguyen

Lam Nguyen

Group head

Kenneth J. Koziol

Kenneth J. Koziol

PhD student

Kenneth likes tunneling motions. The more they couple, the better.

Christina Dindic

Christina Dindic

PhD student

Christina 's favorits are thiophene and furan derivatives with a carbonyl group and n methyl rotors. She lets n go from 0 to 3.

Safa Khemissi

Safa Khemissi

PhD student

Safa takes care for the dimethylfluorobenzene family and thiazole derivatives with coupled internal rotations.

Haoyue Sun

Haoyue Sun

PhD student

Haoyue got a CSC fellowship to work on nitrogen containing molecules with large amplitude motions.

Éléonore Antonelli

Éléonore Antonelli

M.Sc. student

Truong Anh Nguyen

Truong Anh Nguyen

M.Sc. student

Angélina Harrat

Angélina Harrat

B.Sc. student


Some group pictures

  • 04.2022 The Paris part of the group
  • 10.2021 The Aachen part of the group
  • 01.2021 Maike's thesis defense



Alumi

Maike Andresen

Maike Andresen

2016-2021 Maike worked on ketones containing an acetyl methyl group. Now at DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt, Germany

Thuy Nguyen

Thuy Nguyen

2018-2021 Thuy worked on methylated pyrrole derivatives.

Lynn Ferres

Lynn Ferres

2014-2019 Lynn took care of mono- and dimethylanisole derivatives. Now at Lanxess, Cologne, Germany

Konrad Eibl

Konrad Eibl

2014-2019 Konrad liked essentially free internal rotation in molecules containing a propynyl group. His unbeatable record was 0 cm-1.

Raphaela Kannengießer

Raphaela Kannengießer

2013-2017 Raphaela worked on amides featuring internal rotation. Now at Saint Gobain, Herzogenrath, Germany.

Vinh Van

Vinh Van

2013-2017 Vinh worked on five-membered rings containing a sulfur atom. He was famous for the "turtle molecule" 2,3,4,5-trimethylthiophene, the first four-top molecule ever studied by microwave spectroscopy.