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Oct 2017

…Fostering gender equality is at core of RESOLV's mission.

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… In its first application to the German Research Foundation, RESOLV planned to appoint 4 faculty members. In 2017, five years after its dawn, RESOLV has succeeded to appoint 9 new professorships! Five of these positions went to female researchers, more than 50% of the total. SPEAKER OF THE ECR BOARD Please contact: Dr. M. Heyden New faculty established within RESOLV:

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… Talks at international conferences RESOLV scientists so far responded to more than 440 invitations to give a presentation (keynote or plenary) at international conferences. 440+ Honors and awards RESOLV scientists so far collected more than 85 prizes, among them the prestigious ERC grants, Max Planck fellowships, the Sofja Kovalevskaja Award and the Humbold Research Prize. publications RESOLV scientists have so far published more than 700 articles on referred journals. Around 100 of them appeared in Nature, Science, JACS, Angewandte, PNAS, PRL. More than 100 involve at least 2 RESOLV groups. 24 are…

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…Die WAZ berichtet über den Exzellenzcluster RESOLV und den Forschungsbau ZEMOS.

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… ECR GROUP LEADERS Currently, the following group leaders are ECR members: New ECR groups established within RESOLV: Supporting Early Career Researchers at all stages of their careers is one of the major goals of RESOLV! The ECRs consist of ECR group leaders (e.g. Junior Professors, Emmy Noether group leaders), postdocs and Ph.D. students working within RESOLV. Early career research group leaders do not stand in the shadow of tenured researchers at RUB but work independently with equal rights. They have access to the full infrastructure and financial means provided by RESOLV and also to the core facilities of…

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… Facts & Figures Solvation Science ALIVE fileadmin/Bilder/Marquard/Loesungsmittelchemie_Organische_Chemie_KM-8_copy_Copyright.jpg FACTS RESOLV is a cluster of excellence funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). RESOLV is short for Ruhr Explores Solvation, its DFG code is EXC 1069. The project officially kicked off in November 2012, with the Ruhr University Bochum as host institution. Since then, a growing number of scientist successfully investigate the role of solvents in the most diverse processes, thus laying the foundations for innovative green and medical solutions. RESOLV’s logo is a blue…

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…Organiser is the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV - 600 guests expected to participate in Germany’s leading conference for physical chemistry

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… Mailing Address: Cluster of Excellence RESOLV  Fakultät für Chemie und Biochemie  ZEMOS 2.17  Ruhr-Universität Bochum  Universitätsstr. 150  44801 Bochum  Germany Email: resolv(at)rub.de Fax: +49 (0)234 32-14027 Contact

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RESOLV support Early Career Researchers at all stages of their careers (Ph.D. students, postdocs and young group leaders) by providing an own budget for career coaching, soft skills workshops and leadership training. The Early Career Researcher Board decides about the activities and organizes various events, workshops and excursions. Please see below for an overview. An addition, all Early Career Researchers in RESOLV are invited to participate in the training and workshop program of the cross-faculty RUB Research School RUB Research School Learn more about the workshop programme of the cross-faculty RUB…

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…Enhancing existing international networks: the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV, RUB Research School plus and the overall Institutional Strategy Research Campus RUB Ruhr-Universität Bochum submits full proposals for all three funding lines Cluster of Excellence proposal „RESOLV“: Solvents as active units

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