Research topic: Structure formation in comb-like polymers with rigid backbones
- Dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA)
Research topic: Understanding structure-property relationships of complex systems by means of MD simulations
- Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Research topic: Long-term adhesion and mechanisms of polyurethane based coatings on thermoplastic substrates under the influence of aqueous and alcoholic carriers
Assessing the labour market is not an easy thing to do. Finding the “right” job is a challenge and is an investment in time and energy. A clear roadmap will help to focus research about job positions and not to get lost in the many interesting opportunities offered by employers.
In this workshop participants will work on their road map to a job in industry. The concept is based on intensive working units and coaching sessions to support participants developing strategies how to search for the right jobs. Understanding the aim of application documents and combining the “right” information in application documents will be one asset of the workshop. Understanding the mechanisms of personnel recruitment and employers perspective is another important aspect to better meet employer’s needs. Providing hands- on methods and practical exercises directly on the participants profiles will help to initiate first steps on the job road map.
Congratulations to Peter Leube (MLU) and Falk Frenzel (UL) our new speakers of doctoral students.
Characterization of the multiresponsive Poly(N,N-dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate) by spin probing EPR spectroscopy
The still rising number of publications dealing with stimuli-responsive polymers prove the high interest in such smart materials. Poly(N,N-dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate) (PDMAEMA) exhibits thermo-, pH- and ionic strength responsive behavior in aqueous solutions, being a multiresponsive homopolymer . The goal of this study is to under- stand, how the pH and ionic strength affect the thermoresponsivity of PDMAEMA.
Protein Crystallography – Sträter
[M.Sc. Struc. Chem. and Spect.]
Tue or Thu 17.15-18.45, seminar room in BBZ (on appointment)
Bioorganic Chemistry – Beck-Sickinger
[M.Sc. Adv Spec in Chem]
Mon 8.30-10.00, Kl. Hörsaal / Brüderstr. 34
NMR on Biosystems – Matysik
[M.Sc. Struc. Chem. and Spect.]
Thu 10.15-11.45, R 115
Tue 9.15-10.45 Linnéstr. 5, SR 532
Wed 13.30-15.00 Linnéstr. 5, SR 532
Introduction to Computer Simulations I – Janke
Wed 9.00-10.30, Brüderstr. 16, R 210
Theory of Soft and Bio Matter – Kroy
Tue and Thu 11:00-12:30, Brüderstr. 16, R 114
Introduction to polymer physics – Saalwächter
Wed 10.15-11.00, VDP3 3.16
Thu 10.15-11.45, VDP3 1.12
Biophysik – Balbach
Wed 12.15-13.45, VDP3 1.04
Einführung in die NMR-Spektroskopie – Saalwächter/Hempel/Balbach
Mon 14.15-15.45, VDP3 1.06
Physikalische Chemie der Polymere – Kreßler/Saalwächter
Tue 15.15-16.45, VDP4 1.27
This module addresses doctoral students in chemistry, physics, biophysics, and related fields with interest in understanding and using Infrared Reflection Absorption Spectroscopy (IRRAS). It introduces the basic theoretical and technical concepts of infrared spectroscopy in general and the specific features of IRRAS at the air/water interface. The potential of this technique as well as their applicability to polymeric systems will be discussed.
- Lectures in the morning to understand the basic principle of IRRAS
- Lab course in the afternoon to set up an IRRAS measurement
- Presentation of research examples
- Data treatment
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