First Ulm-Erlangen Mini-Symposium on Functional Organic Materials
took place from july 10th – 11th, 2017 at the University of Ulm
The Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) hosts probably the largest and most productive pioneering community in Europe or even worldwide at the forefront of carbon allotrope research. Erlangen is the only place, where all fields of carbon research – the chemistry, the physics, and the materials engineering of fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, graphene and of new synthetic carbon allotropes – are represented. The SFB 953 ‘Synthetic Carbon Allotropes’ therefore constitutes the ideal forum to advance the unifying knowledge on carbon science approaching the desired goal of creating new materials for high-performance applications.
With the focal topics “energy conversion and storage”, as well as “quantum bioscience and technology”, the University of Ulm hosts a critical mass of research groups working on related (in)organic functional materials.
To celebrate and strengthen existing collaborations between Erlangen and Ulm, we will host the first “Ulm-Erlangen Symposium on Functional Organic Materials”. While the primary objective of the symposium is to build bridges between research groups in Ulm and Erlangen, we have invited four renowned speakers from other institutions. The meeting will also be a platform for young researchers to present their latest research findings and win one of two poster prizes.
Program and Registration:
The program and registration form for the mini-symposium is available for download here.
- Stefan Hecht, HU Berlin | D
- Sigurd Höger, University of Bonn | D
- Klaus Müllen, Max Planck Institute Mainz | D
- Albert Schenning, TU Eindhoven | Ne
- Christoph Brabeć, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg | D
- Andreas Hirsch, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg | D
- Milan Kivala, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg | D
- Heiko Weber, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg | D
- Peter Bäuerle, University of Ulm | D
- Ute Kaiser, University of Ulm | D
- Stefano Passerini, Helmholtz-Institute Ulm | D
- Carsten Streb, University of Ulm | D
Multimedia Room, Building N27, Main campus University of Ulm
Meyerhofstraße, 89081 Ulm
For Contact and Registration:
Institute of Organic Chemistry and Advanced Materials
Phone: +49 (0)731 50 22851