Kristian Mølhave

Kristian Mølhave

Associate Professor

Ørsteds Plads, Building 345B, Room 252

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

Denmark

Phone: 45256395

Mobile: 25126672

Fax: 4588 7762

Head of the Molecular Windows research group. Working on developing novel tools based on micro- and nanofabricated devices for high resolution imaging with light and electron microscopes in order to provide new insights into biological, physical and chemical processes on the nanoscale.

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Work at Universities:

Current position
Associate Professor at DTU-Nanotech since 1.7.2008.
Head of the Molecular Windows research group.
Working on developing novel tools based on micro- and nanofabricated devices for high resolution imaging with light and electron microscopes in order to provide new insights into biological, physical and chemical processes on the nanoscale.

Past positions

  • Part time E-Learning consultant working at LearningLab DTU, developing IT solutions for teaching (1.9.2010 - 01.01.2012).
  • Assistant Professor at
    - DTU-Nanotech (1.4-31.07.2008) in the Nanointegration group, working with electron microscopy of biological and liquid samples.
    - MIC, DTU (1.2.07-31.03.2008) in the Optofluidics Group, working with micro and nanooptics.
    - MIC, DTU (1.2.05-1.2.07) working on nanowire integration in microsystems, a 2-year "talent project"; NAMIC granted by the FTP.
    - MIC, DTU. (1.7-30.9.04) working on nanomanipulation.
  • Research assistant at
    - Division Microrobotics and Control Engineering (AMiR), University of Oldenburg, Germany (1.2-1.5.04). Worked on in-situ SEM nanomanipulation systems for the ASSEMIC project.
    - Institute of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus (1.7.00-1.2.01), working at the Ion Trap Group (http://www.phys.au.dk/iontrap) with a pulse excited linear Paul trap.
    - University of Konstanz and University of Düsseldorf, Germany (1.2-1.5.00) in the Quantum Optics and Relativity Group of Prof. S. Schiller. Worked on the construction of an ion trap for molecular ions.

Education:

Peer Reviewed Publications:

Patents

Awards

  • The McKinsey & Company Initiative Award 2003 for starting the Science Show

Films and Books

  • Working on several wikibook.org projects: Opensource handbooks on nanotechnology and microtechnology, The Teachers Toolbox about teaching methods.
  • DVD: IndiensPortalen - funded by the Danish Ministry of Education. An educational DVD containing 2 documentaries, where I contributed as cameraman, coproducer and the DVD layout. Mumbai Mosaic 2003 (60 min), Kurveflettere og murstensarbejdere (10 min). The DVD is a part of the project "Portal To India" for high school level education about India (www.Indiensportalen.emu.dk).
  • Book: "Non-Harming - the Jain Art of Living" by A. Gangar, K. Gangar, B. Mølhave and K. Molhave. Published by Systime 1999, funded by the Danish Ministry of Education. See www.systime.dk.
  • Produced various videos mainly for introductions and teaching, for the Institute of Environmental and Occupational medicine, Aarhus (1996).
  • Six documentaries on Hinduism and life in contemporary India by B. Mølhave and K. Molhave, published by Systime 1995, funded by the Danish Ministry of Education.

Research projects

  • DFF Sapere Aude project "LiquidEM - Electron microscopy of processes in liquids". Project leader, supervisor of post doc and phd. (2013-2016). Budget 0.9 Mio Euro. Danish Research Counsil for Technology and Production Case No. 12-126194.
  • Danish Nanosafety Centre http://www.arbejdsmiljoforskning.dk/da/projekter/dansk-center-for-nanosikkerhed lead by Prof. Ulla Vogel. Member of steering commitee and main supervisor of PhD student on aerosol measurments. Funded by the Danish Work Research Foundation ca. 4 Mio euro;.1.5.2012-30.4.2015).
  • PhD Project: "Imaging Cells interactions with Nanostructures" with Carsten Købler. Main supervisor.
  • FTP Project "Nano-Live" on Imaging Nanoelectronics Live by Transmission Electron Microscopy. Project leader, supervisor of post doc and phd. Budget: 5.7Mdkk, (1.1.11-31.12.13) Danish Research Counsil for Technology and Production Case No. 10-082797
  • EU project "FP7-Nanolyse" - Nanoparticles in Food: Analytical methods for detection and characterisation (01.01.2010-30.09.2013) , - Supervising PhD student.
  • EU project FP7-Technotubes (Technology for Wafer-Scale Carbon Nanotube Applications) (2009-2012) - Grant agreement no.: CP-IP 228579-1- Supervising PhD student.
  • DTU PhD project with DTU Center for Electron Nanoscopy (2009-2012), "Electron Microscopy of Liquid Processes" Main Supervisor.
  • EU project FP7-NMP-2007-SMALL "NanoScale - Understanding interactions between cells and nanopatterned surfaces". (1.7.08-1.7.11). Member of steering comittee and leader of DTUs workpackages.
  • FTP Talentprojekt "Characterization and Fabrication of Nanowire-Microstructure devices"; Project leader. Budget: 200.000 euro;, (1.2.05-1.2.07) Danish Research Counsil for Technology and Production Case No. 26-04-0258.

Teaching Experience:

Commitees

  • Member of organizing commitee for Gron Dyst http://www.groendyst.dtu.dk/ - DTUs student conference on green technology (ca 300 participants), 2010, 2012, 2014.
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  • Microscopy and Microanalysis

    ISSNs: 1431-9276

    ISSNs (Electronic): 1435-8115

    Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom

    ISI indexed (2013): yes, FI (2013): 1

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  • Ultramicroscopy

    ISSNs: 0304-3991, 03043991

    Elsevier BV, Netherlands

    ISI indexed (2013): yes, FI (2013): 1

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  • Nano Letters

    ISSNs: 1530-6984, 15306984

    ISSNs (Electronic): 1530-6992

    American Chemical Society, United States

    ISI indexed (2013): yes, FI (2013): 2

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