The nuClock family welcomes yet another new member: Three weeks ago, Pavlo Bilous started his PhD with Adriana Palffy at MPIK in Heidelberg. Pavlo will boost the theory support of the entire nuClock initiative. He will focus on ab initio calculations of Th-229 electron shell structure. Pavlo is no stranger to the research on thorium: he did his diploma thesis with Leonid Yatsenko at the National Academy of Sciences in Kyiv, Ukraine. During this time, he studied correlations between nuclear and atomic degrees of freedom in Th-229. All the best of luck, Pavlo!