Congratulations, Dr.-Ing. Florian Niekiel, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Erik Bitzek and Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Erdmann Spiecker! The Cluster of Excellence (EAM, Engineering of Advanced Materials) selects the high-resolution TEM image of a fivefold twinned silver nanowire as picture of the month April 2017! Re...
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The doctoral program GRK 1896 “In situ Microscopy with Electrons, X-rays and Scanning Probes” combines, for the first time, three pillars of nanocharacterization into a structured research training group. The main objective of this program is to provide the next generation of scientists and engineers with comprehensive, method-spanning and interdisciplinary training in the application of cutting-edge nanocharacterization tools to materials and device development. Our PhD candidates are well-positioned in a network of international collaborations and highly trained in multiple, complementary techniques, providing them with an essential foundation for a successful career in the field of advanced materials and devices development.
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Erik Bitzek receives ERC Consolidator Grant in the amount of 2 Mio. Euro! Read more here.
The PhD defence of Mr. Florian Niekiel took place on 27. Jan. 2017. With his extraordinary work of “Solid-state Dewetting of Metallic Thin Films studied by Advanced in situ Electron Microscopy Techniques”, he has been awarded with the title Dr.-Ing. with overall grade “summa cum laude”.
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Christoph Brabec involved in achievement of a new milestone in printed photovoltaic technology! Read more on the news article here.