Advanced Modules 2022

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

Due to the limited number of participants, participation in a particular module cannot be guaranteed.  Please choose your top three preferences in the registration form and we will do our best to find the ideal solution for everyone.

A list of the Advanced Modules offered at our Summer School in 2022 can be found below. Click on the individual titles to get short descriptions of each module, on the right side you can get more information on the group offering the particular module.

No. of Module Title and Abstract of Advanced Module Department offering Modul
1 Ultrafast dynamics at heterogeneous interfaces: Two-photon photoelectron spectroscopy Uwe Bovensiepen, UDE
2 Parallel reaction screening and automated analysis of solvent effects on homogeneously catalyzed reactions Lukas J. Goooßen, RUB
3 Studying Solvation Effects on Electronic Excited States and Spectra with Computational Chemistry Christof Hättig, RUB
4 Synthetic cofactor integration into metalloproteins Thomas Happe, RUB and Ulf-Peter Apfel, RUB
5 THz-FTIR Spectroscopy Martina Havenith, RUB
6 Microcalorimetry applied to the characterization of protein stability, interaction and solvation Christian Herrmann, RUB
7 Isothermal Titration Calorimetry in Supramolecular Chemistry Stefan Huber, RUB
8 EPR spectroscopy on metal ions and spin labels: Probing spectral features and local solvation effects Müge Kasanmascheff, TUDo
9 Modeling solvation effects on protonation equilibria Stefan Kast, TUDo
10 Introduction to advanced optical microscopy methods on wide-field fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy, fluorescence lifetime microscopy, FRET Sebastian Kruss, RUB
11 Determining absolute configurations with vibrational CD spectroscopy Christian Merten, RUB
12 Scanning tunneling microscope (STM) coupled with a femtosecond (FS) laser system Karina Morgenstern, RUB
13 A Practical Introduction to AFM-IR Nanospectroscopy Martin Rabe, MPIE
14 Exploring Protein Stability by nanoDSF@Prometheus NT.48 Gabriele Sadowski, TUDo
15 CL-FEP: End-state free energy calculations from simulations in explicit solvent Elsa Sánchez García, UDE
16 Understanding Microsolvation using Matrix Isolation FTIR Spectroscopy and Ab Initio Calculations- A Window to Non-Covalent Interactions Wolfram Sander, RUB
17 Analysis of liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS) by Laser Scanning (LSM) and Super-Resolution Structured Illumination Microscopy (SR-SIM) Jörg Tatzelt, RUB and Konstanze Winklhofer, RUB
18 Introduction to Molecular Dynamics Simulations with Classical, Atomistic Force Fields Ana Vila Verde, UDE