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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 Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable

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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 Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable

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Oct 2017

… is precisely these differences in protein folding that Senske investigated in his doctoral thesis. In doing so, he cooperated within the Resolv project with the working groups of Prof Dr Martina Havenith and Prof Dr Simon Ebbinghaus, as well as...

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Dec 2016

Six RESOLV members will receive a total of 11,5 Mio Euros By envisioning ground-breaking ideas, six RESOLV members have beaten a fierce competition to receive a total of 11,5 Mio. € funding from the pan-European funding body ERC (European Research...

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COORDINATOR OF RESEARCH AREA C Please contact: Prof. Dr. D. Marx  Interfaces play a dominant role in molecular science. Heterogeneous catalysis is the prime example where reactions are accelerated due to the presence of surfaces including catalytically active liquid/solid interfaces. Within the last decades, surface science has triggered an impressive boost in the molecular understanding of catalytic processes. However, so far this has mainly been restricted to reactions at the gas-solid interface. Close to nothing is known about how reactants get de-solvated, intermediates

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Under the direction of theoretical chemist Teresa Head-Gordon and laser spectroscopist Richard Saykally, several groups at UC Berkeley have established the local research consortium California explores Solvation (CALSOLV). Since 2014, Berkeley scientists address the intricate details of solvation in close collaboration with the researchers in Germany. The RESOLV/CALSOLV partnership thrives on topics such as X-ray spectroscopy of liquids and solutions, enzyme catalysis, and ab initio calculations of solvated structures and chemical reactions. The RuhrCal collaboration has started to produce

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03
May 2017

We can offer you a brand new access point to RESOLV and solvation research. Since the dawn of RESOLV in 2012, we had one primary goal: To establish Solvation Science as a new research field. Besides the lab work, sharing our results with...

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iMOS iMOS offers you the unique chance to acquire and to apply in practice cutting-edge skills in theoretical and spectroscopic techniques in the fields of molecular chemistry, bio-chemistry, and physics. Job perspectives Statements from Industry Eduard Schreiner (BASF - The Chemical Company): "Proper preparation, interdisciplinary curriculum for a profound understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of modern molecular modeling, working within a network of top universities in the world and commitment are the ingredients for success in academia and industry. IMOS

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28
Mar 2017

RESOLV and CALSOLV co-organised Solvation Science sessions at the American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting 2017, which took place in New Orleans from the 13th to the 17th of March. Martina Havenith, speaker of RESOLV, and Teresa Head-Gordon,...

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          VOICES Young leaders Are you a young talented scientist seeking independence? Through the Early Career Researchers (ECR), RESOLV offers his PhD students, PostDocs, Emmy Noether group leaders and Junior Professors the possibility to work independently with all rights like full professors at RUB. Besides, we provide budget for career coaching and soft skill courses. ABOUT ECR Graduate students  Did you recently attain a Master degree? Are you looking forward to continue doing a PhD in science? The international Graduate School Solvation

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