Peter Leube on
“The Effect of Parathyroid Hormone on
Investigated by Spin Probing Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy”
Sergei Wittchen on “Polyurethane coating optimization”
Peter Enke on “Dynamic and Structural Properties of (Glutamine)14”
Molecular Modeling: Modeling Proteins guided by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance and Mass Spectrometry
Prof. Dr. Jens Meiler (Vanderbilt University)
Prof. Dr. Hassane Mchaourab (Vanderbilt University)
Prof. Dr. Steffen Lindert (Ohio State University Columbus)
taking place December 11-19, 2018 in Leipzig. Continue reading “Modul “Molecular Modeling” at UL (December 11-19, 2018)”
The topics are:
- Scattering Theory
- Structure, Dynamics & Excitations
- Neutron- & Synchrotron Radiation Sources: X-FEL, ESS, HBS
- Experimental Techniques
- Topical Applications in Soft Matter, Life Science, Materials Sciences, Quantum- and Nano-Material
- Complementary Techniques: Imaging, Microscopies
Registration until January 10, 2019 at the website.
Please note the overlap with the review of the CRC at March 12-13, 2019.
Every project starts with an idea. However, you cannot develop every idea into a project. It seems trivial that developing ideas is a crucial part of the scientific work life, but have you ever spent some time on finding out more about this important process for your career? How to create, develop, select, evolve and realize ideas in the context of research projects? In this workshop, we will provide information on some aspects of idea development an enable you to find out how you can train and optimize idea development according to your own preferences. The target audience of this workshop are PhD-students and early postdocs. Continue reading “Developing and structuring ideas in the world of projects (November 27, 2018)”
Every scientist doing research at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and Leipzig University has to comply with the rules of good scientific practice.
In this workshop principles of good scientific practice, e.g. professional standards such as honesty and openness, as well as data preparation and documentation will be discussed.
Continue reading “Good scientific practice seminar (November 20, 2018)”
Working toward a doctoral degree can be challenging, as doctoral students are required to meet several demands from personal and professional areas of life: they have to plan and master deadlines, solve problems, participate at meetings, communicate with colleagues and supervisors and find a balance between work and private life. A number of PhD students even want to drop out – but if the reason for not finishing the PhD is the feeling of being overwhelmed by work it is possible to counteract: with the use of efficient methods and strategies they will be able to finish their thesis. Continue reading “Time and Self-Management (November 9, 2018)”