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Line Jelver is a theoretical physicist working within atomic-scale physics.

During my PhD studies, which I completed earlier this year, I have investigated the prospects of using atomically-thin materials to construct novel and energy efficient transistors. I am currently employed as a postdoc at the University of Southern Denmark where I am applying my experience within quantum mechanical simulations of solid-state systems to develop a computationally efficient atomistic description of nonlinear light-matter interactions in two-dimensional crystals and heterostructures. The prospect of this new research project is the ability to engineer novel materials that will enable on-chip integrated photonic devices which can produce extreme ultraviolet or attosecond light pulses. Besides being a theoretical physicist, I am also the mother of two wonderful daughters and a passionate spare-time permaculturalist.
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The committee will select a winner, who will be announced at an award ceremony at the KIF Annual Meeting on October 13th, 2021.

The winner will be notified in writing beforehand and invited to give a talk following the ceremony. Everyone is welcome to join us at the annual meeting! Registration is still open, and the full program can be found here
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