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Steinrück Group

Lab Courses

 

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Steinrück

Physical Chemistry, University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

 

For all questions concerning lab courses in the group of Univ.-Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact:

Dr. Andreas Bayer

 

The introductory lab course Physical Chemistry is done during the basic studies of undergraduate students from various disciplines. Some general information is given in the following table. Details can be found using the links provided.

Course Module Term Number of
Experiments
Further Information
Chemistry CBG-12 - PC3 4 10 Details
(in German)
Molecular Science MSG-12 - PC3 4 10
Teacher Training
(Grammar School)
LAG PC II - PR 4 8
Teacher Training (Primary and Secondary Modern School) LA PC II - PR 5 5
Chemical Engineering B7 - PR 5 6 Details
(in German)
Biology Bio. PC - PR 3 8
Physics NW-1 - PR 2 8
Food Chemistry LC-PC - PR 4 10
Molecular Medicine PC - PR 2 4
Pharmaceutics Ph.-PC - PR 2 4

The lab course “Spectroscopy and Modern Measuring Methods” (module CBV – 9) is done as part of the Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry in the 3rd year. The internship is conducted by the chair of Physical Chemistry I. For questions, please contact Dr. Guido Sauer. More information can be found on the corresponding website of the lab course.

As part of the internship up to 4 of 8 experiments can be replaced by two-day research projects within physical chemistry. Before starting such a project, the approval of Dr. Guido Sauer has to be obtained.

The number of possible research projects is limited. A range of topics can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück - Mitarbeiterpraktika (Image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Internships (image: FAU)

For questions concerning such short research internships in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.

The lab course “Microscopic Techniques” (module MSV – 15N) is done as part of the Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Science in the 3rd year. The internship is conducted by the Lehrstuhl für Physikalische Chemie I. For questions, please contact Dr. Guido Sauer. More information can be found on the corresponding website of the lab course.

As part of the internship up to 4 of 8 experiments can be replaced by two-day research projects within physical chemistry. Before starting such a project, the approval of Dr. Guido Sauer has to be obtained.

The number of possible research projects is limited. A range of topics can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück - Mitarbeiterpraktika (Image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Internships (image: FAU)

For questions concerning such short research internships in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.

The lab courses “Advanced Physical Chemistry” are done as part of the Master’s degrees in Chemistry (mandatory module CM3 PC – C) and Molecular Science (mandatory elective module MSM ME3 A) in the 1st year. The internships are conducted by the Lehrstuhl für Physikalische Chemie I. For questions, please contact Dr. Guido Sauer. More information can be found on the corresponding website of the lab course.

As part of the internship up to 4 of 8 experiments can be replaced by two-day research projects within physical chemistry. Before starting such a project, the approval of Dr. Guido Sauer has to be obtained.

The number of possible research projects is limited. A range of topics can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück - Mitarbeiterpraktika (Image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Internships (image: FAU)

For questions concerning such short research internships in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.

The lab course “Catalysis” (module form) can be done amongst others in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück as part of the Master’s degrees in Chemistry (mandatory elective module CME2 B) and Molecular Science (elective module MSM – E) in the 1st year. The internship consists of 10 days of work in the lab on a current research project and should be carried out in groups of two. Following the practical work, a report of about 10 pages on the experiments and results has to be written in the style of a scientific publication.

The number of possible research projects is limited. A range of topics can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück - Mitarbeiterpraktika (Image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Internships (image: FAU)

For questions concerning the lab course “Catalysis” in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.

The lab course “Interface Phenomena” (module form) can be done amongst others in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück as part of the Master’s degrees in Chemistry (mandatory elective module CME4 B) and Molecular Science (elective module MSM – E) in the 1st year. The internship consists of 10 days of work in the lab on a current research project and should be carried out in groups of two. Following the practical work, a report of about 10 pages on the experiments and results has to be written in the style of a scientific publication.

The number of possible research projects is limited. A range of topics can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück - Mitarbeiterpraktika (Image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Internships (image: FAU)

For questions concerning the lab course “Catalysis” in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.

Part of the lab course “Molecular Materials” (module form) can be done amongst others in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück as part of the Master’s degrees in Chemistry (mandatory elective module CME5 D) in the 1st year. Overall, the internship consists of 5 experiments a 3 days of work in the lab on a current research project and should be carried out in groups of two. In the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, 2 experiments on different topics are currently offered, but only 1 can be chosen:

  • V4a Electron spectroscopic elementary and surface analysis
  • V4b Characterization of nanostructures by scanning probe microscopy (AFM/STM)

Following the practical work, a report of about 10 pages on the experiments and results has to be written in the style of a scientific publication. Detailed information about both experiments can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück - Mitarbeiterpraktika (Image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Internships (image: FAU)

For questions concerning the lab course “Molecular Materials” in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.

Part of the lab course “Molecular Nanoscience” (module form) can be done amongst others in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück as part of the Master’s degrees in Molecular Science (mandatory module MSM-nano A5 in Molecular Nanoscience) in the 1st year. Overall, the internship consists of 5 experiments a 3 days of work in the lab on a current research project and should be carried out in groups of two. In the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, 2 experiments on different topics are currently offered, but only 1 can be chosen:

  • V4a Electron spectroscopic elementary and surface analysis
  • V4b Characterization of nanostructures by scanning probe microscopy (AFM/STM)

Following the practical work, a report of about 10 pages on the experiments and results has to be written in the style of a scientific publication. Detailed information can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück - Mitarbeiterpraktika (Image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Internships (image: FAU)

For questions concerning the lab course “Molecular Materials” in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.

The research project “Physical Chemistry” can be done amongst others in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück as part of the Master’s degrees in Chemistry (specialisation module CS – PC) in the 2nd year. It serves as preparation for the Master’s thesis and consists of 6 weeks of work in the lab on a current research project. Following the practical work, a report about the project has to be written.

The number of possible research projects is limited. A range of topics can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten (image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Bachelor- and Master Theses (image: FAU)

For questions concerning the lab project “Physical Chemistry” in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.

The research-based “Lab Course Physical Chemistry in Teachers Training” (elective module LAG FOL, module form) can be done amongst others in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück as part of the Master’s degrees in Teachers Training (grammar school) in the 4th or 5th year.

The internship consists of 2 parts. Within part A, 3 experiments form the lab course Physical Chemistry for advanced students are done. This part of the internship is conducted by the Lehrstuhl für Physikalische Chemie I. For questions, please contact Dr. Guido Sauer. More information can be found on the corresponding website of the lab course.

Part B consists of a short research project – that is 3 days of work in the lab on a current research project – and should be carried out in groups of two. In the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, 2 experiments on different topics are currently offered (but only 1 can be chosen):

  • V4a Electron spectroscopic elementary and surface analysis
  • V4b Characterization of nanostructures by scanning probe microscopy (AFM/STM)

Following the practical work, a report of about 10 pages on the experiments and results (for part B) has to be written in the style of a scientific publication. Detailed information about both experiments can be found in the following poster or file respectively: (PDF)

AK Steinrück - Mitarbeiterpraktika (Image: FAU)

AK Steinrück – Internships (image: FAU)

For questions concerning the research-based “Lab Course Physical Chemistry in Teachers Training” in the group of Prof. Dr. H.-P. Steinrück, please contact Dr. Andreas Bayer – at least 4-6 weeks prior to the planned start of the project.