Published on Tue, 17 Dec 2019
cfaed is part of the big TUD video advent calendar project. Finally, our door is open and here you can see our very special version of the well-known Rudolph the reindeer story.
If you like to know more about the strange terminology in the video - please follow the links below!
We wish to thank all cfaed members who took a role in the video!
The people in order of appearance:
Read more … TU Dresden Video Advent Calendar - Door 17 from cfaed :-)
Published on Wed, 11 Dec 2019
The cfaed INSPIRE Grants aim at supporting a lively scientific exchange by facilitating research stays in collaborating institutions abroad. This program is designed for PhDs, Postdocs, and RGLs who may benefit from their research stay both by gaining and/or fostering international research experience but also by getting inspirations for new research approaches and topics. Furthermore, not only the awardee but also cfaed as a cluster itself can benefit by enhancing our visibility throughout the international science community. All applications will be evaluated by the Executive Board, who will assign grants based on quality, duration and place of stay.
Be inspired! Apply now for your INSPIRE grant 2020! More information
INSPIRE Grant Program details
INSPIRE Grant application form: to be completed and submitted by 10 January 2020 via email to email@example.com.
Congratulations to @XinliangF for being awarded again as #highlycitedresearcher in TWO research fields by @webofscience! As in 2017 and 2018, our Molecular Functional Materials professor received the recognition for both, chemistry and materials science.https://t.co/DM1QswtjgE pic.twitter.com/Mi2BTHTkkd— cfaed | TU Dresden
Congratulations to @XinliangF for being awarded again as #highlycitedresearcher in TWO research fields by @webofscience! As in 2017 and 2018, our Molecular Functional Materials professor received the recognition for both, chemistry and materials science.https://t.co/DM1QswtjgE pic.twitter.com/Mi2BTHTkkd
Published on Thu, 05 Dec 2019
cfaed strongly believes in supporting the international exchange of scientists to enhance the
Therefore, we encourage you to propose your guest within the frame of the cfaed guest program.
Read more … Call: cfaed Guest Program
Published on Thu, 28 Nov 2019
With the end of the DFG funding period, cfaed's former Executive Board, namely Gerhard Fettweis, Brigitte Voit, and Karl Leo, has resigned. The cfaed members wish to thank the outgoing Board for their dedication, efforts and thoughts throughout the years. As voted for by the cfaed General Assembly on 28 October and confirmed by the Rectorial Board on 19 November, the new Board members are: Marc Timme - Thomas Mikolajick - Stefan Mannsfeld.
Read more … New cfaed Executive Board
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