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… at an institute of your choice give an oral presentation at one of our Research Area Workshops contribute to our Public Outreach activities e.g. by writing a comprehensible summary of their thesis, contribute to a science slam etc.  complete a training course in generic skills, organised by RESOLV's ECR Board or by the RUB Research School, see  RURS for more details. FIRST YEAR In the first year the students are expected to: SECOND YEAR In the second year the students are expected to: THIRD YEAR In the third year the students are expected to: GSS TRAINING PLAN We offer a…

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… universally important reactions? This seemingly simple question is far from being answered. The scientific challenge arises from the strong influence of the solvent. Improvements in chemical energy conversion depend to a large extend on the control of reactions at aqueous interfaces. One focus of RESOLV will be the investigation of the molecular basis of oxygen reduction reactions at liquid/solid interfaces. Achieving a detailed molecular understanding of these processes is of major importance, since these not only determine the performance of fuel cells, but also have an impact on corrosion, on the…

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… of bio-macromolecules, to affect protein flexibility, and to contribute to molecular recognition in enzyme catalysis. Protein-water interactions are now known to shape the “free energy folding funnel” that drives protein folding. Connecting solvation dynamics with biomolecular function within RESOLV will open the way to achieving breakthroughs from understanding protein misfolding and formation of amyloid fibrils to rational drug design and de novo enzyme synthesis.  RESEARCH AREA B CONNECTING SOLVATION DYNAMICS WITH BIOMOLECULAR FUNCTION

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Jul 2017

…3 Questions to RESOLV scientist Wolfram Sander about his recent Angewandte Chemie publication on heavy atom tunneling.

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Jul 2017

…3 Questions to RESOLV scientist Stephanie Bleicken about her recent Nature Communications publication on programmed cell death.

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Jun 2017

…3 Questions to RESOLV scientist Christian Herrmann about his recent PNAS publication on hGBP1 mechanism.

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… of Bochum from 1982 to 2006, when he retired.  Prof. Staemmler has already amassed ample experience preparing him for the task of ombudsman as he was speaker of the graduate school "Dynamical Processes at Solid Surfaces" at the RUB from 1995 to 2000. He is completely independent of RESOLV and the GSS. If you have any issues or problems, feel free to visit him in his office.  The understanding of chemical reactivity is of key importance for the development and optimization of key chemical processes in both the laboratory and industry. Solvation not only changes the properties of…

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… Programm GSS Summer School 2015 MONDAY 25TH OF MAY Arrival and Welcome Reception  (Please be aware that this is a public holiday in Germany.)  26TH AND 27TH OF MAY Advanced Modules at RESOLV's participating institutes All students get the opportunity to learn new experimental and theoretical techniques by spending these days in two different labs at the RUB and RESOLV's other participating institutes. A list of the Advanced Modules on offer can be found here . 28TH AND 29TH OF MAY Lecture Program in RUB Conference Center Different topics and methods to explore Solvation Science…

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… About the person Nicolas Plumeré studied chemistry in Strasbourg and Glasgow and got his doctorate in 2009 at the Universität Tübingen. Since 2010, he has been the Junior Research Group Leader at the RUB Center for Electrochemistry and does research in the Excellence Cluster Resolv. Links Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB Storing power from renewable energy sources is a challenge. Nicolas Plumeré wants to meet that challenge with funding from the European Research Council. For his research Dr…

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… Link Arrow Link About the person Nicolas Plumeré studied chemistry in Strasbourg and Glasgow and got his doctorate in 2009 at the Universität Tübingen. Since 2010, he has been the Junior Research Group Leader at the RUB Center for Electrochemistry and does research in the Excellence Cluster Resolv. Links Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable energy sources into a form that can be stored, for example the chemical fuel hydrogen. Currently,…

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