Regular lectures MLU – SoSe 2022


Soft Condensed Matter Physics – Saalwächter
[BA Phy]
Wed 14.15-15.45, VSP1 1.26

Basic X-ray scattering for soft matter – Thurn-Albrecht/Petzold/Dolynchuk
[MA Phy]
Tue 14.15-15.45, VDP1 2.12

Special topics in NMR spectroscopy –Ferreira, Balbach, Weininger, Krushelnittsky, Saalwächter
[MA Phy]
Tue 14.15-15.45, VDP3 1.04

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Regular lectures MLU – WiSe 2021/2022

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Introduction to polymer physics – Thurn-Albrecht/Dolynchuk
[M.Sc. Phy]
Wed 10.30-12.00, VDP3 3.16
Thu 8.00-9.30, VDP3 1.12

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Regular lectures UL – WiSe 2020/21


Protein Crystallography – Sträter
[M.Sc. Struc. Chem. and Spect.]
Tue or Thur 5.15-6.45, hybrid, further details to be announced

Bioorganic Chemistry – Beck-Sickinger
[M.Sc. Adv Spec in Chem]
Mon 8.30-10.00, online

NMR on Biosystems – Matysik
[M.Sc. Struc. Chem. and Spect.]
Mon 1.15-2.45, online

NMR Spektroskopie: Prinzipien, Konzepte und Anwendungen – Matysik
[M.Sc. Chem]
Tue 9.15-10.45, Kl. HS


Introduction to Polymer Physics – Tress
[B. Sc. Phys]
Mon 13:30-15:00 online
Soft Matter Physics – Cichos

[M.Sc. Phys/IPSP]
Tue 13.30-15.00 Linnéstr. 5, R.532
Thu 9.15-10.45 Linnéstr. 5, R.532

Introduction to Computer Simulations I – Majumder
[B.Sc. Phys/IPSP]
Wed 11.00-12.30, Brüderstr. 16, R 210

Condensed Matter Theory – Kroy/Vollmer
[M.Sc. Phys/IPSP]
Wed 17:00-18:30, Brüderstr. 16, R 211

Introduction to Photonics I – Cichos
[M.Sc. Phys/IPSP]
Wed 15.15-16.45, Linnéstr. 5, R.532

Cellular Biophysics – Mierke
[M.Sc. Phys/IPSP]
Thu 13.30-15.00, Linnéstr. 5, SR 224

iRTG lecture series by Shi-Qing Wang (October 14, 2019) | part 1

The essence of nonlinear polymer rheology: everything you must know

by Shi-Qing Wang, University of Akron, USA

Polymer processing suffers from a variety of rate-limiting difficulties. In extrusion alone, we encounter surface roughness on extrudate (sharkskin), quasi-periodic extrudate distortion associated with pressure oscillation and gross melt fracture.  To have better mechanical characteristics, polyolefin resins need to have sufficiently high molecular weight, and the same is true for rubbers.  Consequently, useful polymers, in the annual amount of one hundred million tons, are always strongly entangled.  Most of the melt processing instabilities of these polyolefin and rubbers are due to the presence of high entanglement.  Our task is to understand and predict rheological responses of entangled polymeric materials.

This presentation summarizes more than one decade of intensive research carried out at Akron that has completely changed our worldview of the essence of nonlinear rheology of entangled polymers.  Continue reading “iRTG lecture series by Shi-Qing Wang (October 14, 2019) | part 1”

Regular lectures MLU – WiSe 2019/20


Introduction to polymer physics – Thurn-Albrecht/Schulz
[M.Sc. Phy]
Wed 10.15-11.00, VDP3 3.16
Thu 8.15-9.45, VDP3 1.12

Bildgebung und CT – Laufer
[M.Sc. Med. Phy]
Tue 10-12, VsP1 1.26

Biophysik – Balbach
[M.Sc. Phy]
Wed 12.15-13.45, VDP3 1.04

Statistische Physik – Henk
[M.Ed. Phy]
Tue 10.15-11.45, VSP1 1.02

Einführung in die NMR-Spektroskopie – Saalwächter/Balbach/Krushelnitzky
[M.Sc. Phy]
Mon 14.15-15.45, VDP3 1.06


Physikalische Chemie (Thermodyn./Kinetik/Elektrochem.) – Bacia
[B.Sc. Chem]
Fri 13.00-15.30, VDP4 1.27

Physikalische Chemie I – Sebastiani
[B.Sc. Chem]
Thu 15.15-16.45, Ch TLS 1.01
Fri 9.15-10.00, VSP1 1.26

Physikalische Chemie der Polymere – Kreßler
Tue 15.15-16.45, VDP4 1.27

Grundlagen der Chemie der Polymere und Makromoleküle – Binder
[B.Sc Chem]
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iRTG lecture series by Ralph Colby (October 28/30, 2019) | part 2 and 3

Polyelectrolyte Solutions: The least understood form of condensed matter

by Ralph H. Colby, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

Polyelectrolytes are polymer chains with covalently bonded ions and oppositely charge counterions. The combination of electrostatic interactions and conformational entropy of polymer chains led Nobel Laureate de Gennes to term this class of materials as the least understood form of condensed matter. Yet polyelectrolytes are essential for life, as DNA and RNA are both polyelectrolytes. Continue reading “iRTG lecture series by Ralph Colby (October 28/30, 2019) | part 2 and 3”