Interdisciplinary Graduate Course ‘Catalysis & Interfaces – Science & Engineering’ (IGC-CISE) starts today at 3:30 pm with a lecture given by Prof Dr Tobias Unruh with the issue: “Mass transport on the atomic and molecular scale as seen by quasielastic neutron scattering”!
The graduate course aims to provide interdisciplinary education for PhD students and researchers that are involved in interdisciplinary projects. Specifically, we will aim at topics which are of relevance for the planned collaborative research center CRC 1452 CLINT and the current research unit FOR 1878 funCOS. PhD students that are involved in the work should attend the course as this course is/will be an intrinsic part of the graduate program of both projects! Apart from that, the course is open to anybody who is interested.
IGC-CISE is a lecture series that spans a four-semester regular cycle. In each winter term, there will be a lecture series (2 hours per week); in each summer term, there will be PhD student workshop. After completion of a four-semester cycle, we will issue a certificate of attendance to each participant that has completed the course.
Similar as in the last semester, the idea is to provide scholarly introductions into the most relevant methods of interface science and catalysis by top experts in the fields. The course will be highly beneficial for anyone working in the field!
In this semester, the lecture course will take place online. Studon and ZOOM links are as follows:
Registration via Studon: https://www.studon.fau.de/crs2739138_join.html
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