Please register directly to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
Alexander Korn on “Structural and Functional Investigations of the F19-L34 Contact in Aβ(40)”
and Ricardo Kurz on “Charakterisierung teilkristalliner Polymere mittels Festkörper-NMR” (rehearsal in German)
Bruno Voigt on “Probing polymer chain conformation and fibril formation of peptide conjugates”
and Matthias Fischer on “Impact of Molecular Dynamics on Ordering of Side Chain Liquid Crystalline Polymers”
Erik Schreck on “Individual polymer analysis on the example of P3HT on Ag(111)”
and Sebastian Belau on “Nanomechanical Investigation of Polymer Folding”
This module is suitable for doctoral students in chemistry, physics, biophysics, and related fields. Some background in quantum mechanics is advisable but no direct prerequisite. It introduces the basic theoretical and technical concepts necessary for an understanding of electron paramagnetic resonance and fluorescence in general and especially emphasises the EPR and fluorescence methods for measuring distances on the nanometer scale.
Each day of the two-day program starts with a series of lectures in the morning covering the theoretical knowledge by basic lectures and the discussion of applications and problems. It is followed by hands-on experiments on instructive examples during the afternoon. Continue reading “ATM – Nanoscale Distance Measurements in EPR and Fluorescence Spectroscopies (August 28-29, 2018)”
Our alumni meeting 2018 will take place on August 24, 2018.
We will meet at:
Villa Tillmanns (Research Academy Leipzig),
The meeting will take place from 5-11 p.m.
Comfortable train connections between Halle and Leipzig are available every 30 minutes at station Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz.
Our alumni meeting aims at the establishment of links and to foster the exchange between former and current iRTG members. Former members will talk on their career steps in industry or academia.
This module provides an overview of some recent developments in the field of anion recognition and links it to topics in supramolecular chemistry, biomedical applications and nanochemistry. The doctoral researchers will gain insight into specific syntheses and modifications of anion receptors, their specific functions and their integration into functional materials with optimized catalytic activity and adjustable physical, magnetic, electronic, biological and optical properties.
Continue reading “Smart Molecules – Supramolecular Anions Chemistry (September 20-21)”
This workshop will give an overview of the progress in the projects so far and collaborations within the SFB/TRR 102 “Polymers under multiple constraints”. Future trends of the projects will be discussed, as well.
The 3-day seminar provides the theoretical and practical knowledge for the implementation of complex biomedical requirements in hybrid biomaterials, for the biomaterials chemical, physicochemical, and materials scientific properties and stability.
Please register for the seminar until June 01 by sending an e-mail to Anett Albrecht email@example.com.
For more Information please check the website of TRR 67.
This module addresses doctoral students in chemistry, physics, biophysics, and related fields without much prior knowledge or experience in calorimetry. It introduces the basic theoretical and technical concepts necessary for an understanding of calorimetry in general and the application to polymer science in special.
Each day of the two-day program starts with a series of lectures in the morning covering the theoretical knowledge by basic lectures and the discussion of applications and problems. It is followed by hands-on experiments on typical polymer samples and demonstrations of the different calorimeter devices during the afternoon. Continue reading “Introduction to Calorimetry (June 27-28, 2018)”