Published on Thu, 07 Mar 2019
In February 2019, the agreement for a "Consolidator Grant" of the European Research Council ERC for Prof. Xinliang Feng was signed. The project title is "T2DCP - Development of Thiophene Based Conjugated Polymers in Two Dimensions", the grant runs for five years and has a volume of two million euros. It is planned to include five postdocs and four PhD students in the project as it covers a very broad range of research topics.
Read more … Prof. Xinliang Feng Acquires ERC Consolidator Grant
Published on Wed, 06 Mar 2019
Today, the Saxon Minister of the Environment, Thomas Schmidt, together with Professor Michael Mertig, welcomed numerous guests at the Kurt-Schwabe-Institut für Mess- und Sensortechnik e. V. (KSI) in Meinsberg for the first simul+ expert forum on sensor technology. The institute's director, Prof. Mertig holds the Chair of Physical Chemistry, Measurement and Sensor Technology at TU Dresden, and is one of cfaed's Pricipal Investigators. The simul+ expert forum invited its guests to exchange views on current issues in environmental sensor technology and its use for better environmental protection.
More information: press release by Saxon State Ministry of the Environment and Agriculture (in German)
Published on Fri, 22 Feb 2019
In December 2018, the German National Academy of Science and Engineering - acatech – expanded the circle of its around 500 members by 27 outstanding scientists. Among the newly elected members is Prof. Dr. Karl Leo, head of the Institute of Applied Physics and Professor for Optoelectronics at TU Dresden. The election is both, a distinction of his scientific achievements and a honorary mandate, since the academy funded by the Federal Government and the Länder provides advice on strategic engineering and technology policy issues to policymakers and the public.
Prof. Leo is cfaed Principal Investigator and covers the position of the Cluster's Career Development Director.
Read more … Acatech Membership for cfaed's Career Development Director Prof. Karl Leo
Published on Mon, 18 Feb 2019
Jungs studieren Maschinenbau, Mädchen irgendwas mit Sprachen? Der Boys‘ und Girls‘ Day am 28. März 2019 bietet Schülerinnen und Schülern die Chance, ihr Blickfeld zu erweitern und in Fachgebiete hineinzuschnuppern, die sie beim Thema Studienwahl bisher vielleicht nicht auf dem Zettel hatten. Die TU Dresden ist wieder mit zahlreichen Angeboten vertreten, und auch wir machen natürlich wie in den Vorjahren wieder mit!Die Anmeldung ist ab sofort möglich.
Read more … Zukunftstag an der TU Dresden: Boys‘ und Girls‘ Day erweitert Perspektiven bei der Studienwahl
Published on Tue, 12 Feb 2019
In January 2019, two young researchers began their work at TUD as part of a Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers. Their hosts are two investigators at the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed).Prof. Xinliang Feng welcomed Dr. Haixia Zhong from the Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry (China). The scientist specializes in electrochemistry and will spend two years working on the topic "Synthesis of 2D-organic molecular structures and their application in electrocatalysis".
Prof. Thomas Heine welcomed Dr. Miroslav Polozij from the Charles University in Prague. Dr. Polozij works in the field of "Theory and Modelling" and will also spend two years at cfaed. His topic is "Single-device molecule detectors based on two-dimensional framework/two-dimensional crystal heterostructures".
Read more … cfaed Groups Welcome Alexander von Humboldt Fellows @ TUD
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