Die Materialwissenschaften und die Medizin an der UDE können ihre Forschung weiter ausbauen. Die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) fördert zwei neue Graduiertenkollegs mit insgesamt rund 14 Millionen Euro für die nächsten fünf Jahre. Forschungsgegenstand sind die Eigenschaften und die Herstellung von zweidimensionalen Materialien sowie die Wirksamkeit der Strahlenbehandlung bei Krebserkrankungen.
At NETZ, we seek to develop sustainable methods for each step in the process chain: from synthesizing and refining nanostructured materials to integrating these materials into finished components and devices. In each step, we strive to analyze and understand the mechanisms that operate on every relevant scale. This expertise enables us to formulate rules that are as generally applicable as possible – and to tailor the outcome of an individual process to reach the desired goal.
CURRENT RESEARCH Processes for synthesis of nanomaterials with customized properties.
GOAL Our goal is to understand the formation and growth processes of nanomaterials and, based on this knowledge, to produce specific materials with tailored properties. We use this know-how to develop suitable processes all the way through to industrial applications.
Success for the UDE DFG Funds Two New Research Training Groups
Materials science and medicine at the UDE can further expand their research. The German Research Foundation (DFG) is funding two new research training groups with a total of around 14 million euros for the next five years. The research subjects are the properties and production of two-dimensional materials and the effectiveness of radiation treatment for cancer.
Seminar on Materials and Energy New Directions for the ‘Energiewende’
From materials in science fiction, research and the circular economy – the WE-Heraeus seminar "Materials and Energy – New Directions for the ‘Energiewende’" aims to stimulate new ways of thinking and research in the field of energy and materials research. Therefore, five sessions with speakers from Germany, Denmark and Canada, including CENIDE member Prof. Rossitza Pentcheva, will take place at the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef from October 23 to 27. Deadline for registration is August 28.
Interdisciplinary Seminar Recognize similarities, use potentials, research together!
How can the exchange between scientists from CENIDE, ZMB, medical faculty and ELH be strengthened in the topics of materials science, biology, and medicine? The UDE seminar series is intended to inspire with short presentations on already successful collaborations and to initiate new collaborations with short rounds of introductions of people who are currently looking for cooperation partners or points of contact.