Sokol Ndoni

Sokol Ndoni

Senior scientist

DTU NANOTECH
Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology

Technical University of Denmark

Produktionstorvet

Building 423, room 230

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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CV for Sokol Ndoni (Jan 2012)

 

Education

1991 – 1995 University of Copenhagen [PhD]

1981 – 1987 Universita degli Studi, Milano [MSc]

1980 – 1981 Universita degli Stranieri, Perugia [Italian Culture and Literature]

1978 – 1980 Tirana State University [2 years of Mathematics]

 

Academic degrees

PhD (1995) in Polymer Chemistry and Physics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

MSc (1987) in Industrial Chemistry, Milano State University, Italy 

 

Employment

2007 – now  Technical University of Denmark, Dept. of Micro and Nanotechnology [Senior Scientist, Group Leader]

2001 – 2006 Risø National Laboratory, Danish Polymer Centre (DPC) [Senior Scientist]

1998 – 2001 CP Kelco ApS, Denmark, Research and Developement (R&D) [Research Scientist]

1995 – 1998 Condensed Matter Physics and Chemistry Dept., Risø National Laboratory [Post Doctoral Fellow]

1994 – 1995 Dept. of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen, Denmark [Amanuensis]

1990 – 1990 Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark [Research Assistant]

1987 – 1990 Albania, Beverage Dept., Food Processing Company AK [Technology Engineer]

1987 – 1990 Albania, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Tirana State University [External Lecturer]

1987 – 1987 Italy, Dept. of Industrial Chemistry, Universita degli Studi di Milano [Research Assistant]

 

Language skills

Albanian, Danish, English, Italian

 

Expertise

Founder of the research activity and collaboration on nanoporous polymers. Extensive research experience in the field of self-organizing synthetic and biological macromolecules in solution and in the bulk. Focus areas: synthesis of self-assembling polymers; templating of inorganic and organic materials by block copolymers and nanoporous polymers; chromatography of polymer solutions, micelle-forming block copolymers, polysaccharide physical gels, synthesis and dynamics of model polymer melts and networks. International research and educational experience in both academic and industrial environments.