The advanced laboratory hands-on modules give the students an opportunity to learn new and interesting experimental and theoretical techniques estabilished in RESOLV within a research topic of their own choice.

A list of the Advanced Modules offered at our Summer School in 2019 can be found below. 

No. of Module Title and Abstract of Advanced Module Department offering Module
1 Measuring conformational dynamics and water accessibility of a spin-labeled protein by EPR Enrica Bordignon, EPR Spectroscopy, RUB
2Exploring solvation and protonation in the solid state using synchroton and electron diffractionGuido Clever, Supramolecular Chemistry, TU Dortmund

Handling and analyzing reactive compounds under inert atmosphere (or LABFUN)

Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner, Inorganic Chemistry, RUB
4 Parallel reaction screening and automated analysis of solvent effects on homogeneously catalyzed reactions Lukas Gooßen, Organic Chemistry, RUB
5 Metalloproteins: Kinetic and spectroscopic characterization of [FeFe]-hydrogenases by ATR-FTIR spectroscopy & electrochemical methods Thomas Happe, Photobiotechnology, RUB
6Solvation Effects on Electronic Excited States and Spectroscopy Christof Hättig, Quantum Chemistry, RUB
7 Modeling solvation effects on protonation equilibria Stefan Kast, Computational Chemistry, TU Dortmund
8 Water and Aqueous Solutions According to Molecular Dynamics Simulations Dominik Marx, Theoretical Chemistry, RUB
9 Determining absolute configurations with vibrational CD spectroscopy Christian Merten, Chirality and Vibrational optical activity, RUB
10 Scanning Probe Techniques: STM and AFM Karina Morgenstern, Physical Chemistry I, RUB
11 Electroanalytical Methods for Monitoring Solvent Induced Changes in Diffusion and Reaction Kinetics - The Case Study of Hydrogenases in Redox Hydrogels Nicolas Plumeré, Molecular Nanostructures, RUB
12 Enzymatic peptide hydrolysis: Measuring kinetics, reaction equilibrium and enzyme activity Gabriele Sadowski, Thermodynamics, TU Dortmund
13 High Power Ultrafast Thin Disk Laser for Driving Strong-field Terahertz Light Source Clara Saraceno, Photonics and Ultrafast Laser Science, RUB
14 Matrix Isolation and EPR Spectroscopy of Solvent Complexes Wolfram Sander, Organic Chemistry, RUB
15Analysis of Materials for Energy-Conversion Devices by Means of Scanning Photoelectrochemical Microscopy Wolfgang Schuhmann, Analytical Chemistry, RUB
16An introduction into Super-Resolution Structured Illumination Microscopy (SR-SIM) Jörg Tatzelt and Konstanze Winklhofer, Institute for Biochemistry and Pathochemistry
17 X-ray ReflectometryMetin Tolan, Experimental Physics, TU Dortmund
18 High-Pressure Spectroscopic & Microscopic Techniques
Roland Winter, Physical Chemistry, TU Dortmund