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… 6TH - 9TH OF JUNE 2017 Between June 6 and June 9 the GSS Summer School 2017 takes place. The first two lecture days focus on the description of solvation with molecular simulations and surface sensitive nonlinear spectroscopy. Please see below for a list of confirmed speakers. The third day will open up career options for PhD students including networking discussions with representatives from industry.  On Friday, 9th of June the advanced module hands-on courses take place. Programm GSS Summer School 2017 PROGRAM GSS SUMMER SCHOOL 2017 Advanced Modules 6TH - 9TH OF JUNE 2017 Between June 6 and…

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… groups in 7 institutions. Our scientists cooperate with more than 30 leading international scientists from over 20 partner institutes worldwide.  200+ Million eur funding The DFG supports RESOLV with 28 Mio. EUR for the period 2012-2017. RESOLV researchers collected further funding for solvation related research, for example from the DFG, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the European Research Council (ERC). 28

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… 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 will be introduced by speakers within RESOLV. Bases on these introductions international speakers, suggested by the students themselves, are invited to give keynote talks on their research in the field of Solvation Science. Please find a list of speakers below.  …

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… 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 efficiency of metal-air batteries, and on the performance of photo-electrochemical cells.  RESEARCH AREA C ION SOLVATION AND CHARGE TRANSFER AT INTERFACES

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… and Teaching at DAAD, “clusters like RESOLV build the critical mass of interdisciplinary expertise to attract the interest of high ranked international institutions, scientists and students. We try to facilitate opportunities for knowledge exchange...

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Jul 2017

… is of fundamental importance in physics and chemistry. For example electron tunneling is the basis for a very important imaging technology like the Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM). And hydrogen tunneling contributes to numerous reactions in...

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Jul 2017

… our results into a new model that integrate the knowledge from previous models that were considered controversal. This is a significant step towards understanding cell death, yet we have to deepen our knowledge before being able to manipulate this...

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… 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 the reactants and the products, but also affects transition states. Solvents thus influence the thermodynamics, the kinetics, and the product selectivity in liquid phase reactions. The selection of a suitable solvent frequently determines the success or failure of…

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… relationship, water dynamics, Bcl-2 proteins, apoptosis, ABC transporters, molecular biology http://www.epr.rub.de/ 1a6f94a5d5c2922fd8c400a8aec462a0abe1259b 0 C Prof. Dr. Uwe Bovensiepen Universität Essen-Duisburg fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Bovensiepen.jpg Electron and ion solvation dynamics at metal-molecule interfaces; Methods: Femtosecond time- and angle-resolved non-linear photoelectron spectroscopy https://www.uni-due.de/agbovensiepen/ b10a641689eab4b69440bb932baa55a2bf76b480 0 A Prof. Dr. Guido Clever Technische Universität Dortmund Inorganic Chemistry II…

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… of Physical Chemistry II, RUB 4 FTIR Microscopy Havenith, Martina, Dept. of Physical Chemistry II, RUB 5 Microcalorimetry applied to the characterization of protein stability, interaction and solvation Herrmann, Christian, Dept. of Physical Chemistry I, RUB 6 Isothermal Calorimetric Titration (ITC) in Supramolecular Chemistry: Role of Entropy, Counterions, Solvent and Temperature Huber, Stefan, Dept. of Organic Chemistry I,…

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