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Tue, 28.01.2020

17:15 pm @ seminar room 1.27 Von-Danckelmann-Platz 4, 06120 Halle

Dr. Andreas Lauenroth

Gründerservice, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

"Why, what, how? - Knowledge transfer and startups at MLU"

Abstract:
Which idea is a good idea? What is a proper business model? How to deal with intellectual property? Where to apply for funding?
Those  and other questions should be answered by scientists interested in  technology transfer - but not just on their own. Martin Luther  University’s transfer and entrepreneurship office provides information,  training and services to scientists, covering all aspects of research  valorisation and technology transfer, including validation, legal  protection and marketing of technology and inventions, engaging in  research relationships with industry, and the creation of business cases  for entrepreneurial spin-out activities.

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Lauenroth_28012020.pdf (465.4 KB)  vom 17.12.2019

Tue, 04.02.2020

17:15 pm @ seminar room 1.27 Von-Danckelmann-Platz 4, 06120 Halle

Dr. Fritz Keilmann

Faculty of Physics, Soft Condensed Matter Group, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München

Infrared near-field microscopy

Abstract:
Infrared  illumination of an AFM tip can produce infrared images ontop of  topography at, surprisingly, identical super-resolution of 20 nm. In my  talk I explain how and why this is possible (hint: surface waves), and  describe applications.
The technique called scattering-type optical  near-field microscopy (s-SNOM) enables quantitative chemical recognition  of nanoscale inhomogeneities, e.g., during insulator-metal phase  transitions, in polymer mixtures, or in cometary matter. It has allowed  to study the nanoscale architecture of biominerals and, recently,  electron correlation on twisted bilayer graphene even at LHe temperature.

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Keilmann_04022020.pdf (479.2 KB)  vom 10.01.2020

6th Retreat (March 10-12, 2020)

Aims
This retreat will give an overview of the progress in the existing and new projects and collaborations within the SFB/TRR 102 "Polymers under multiple constraints". Future trends of the projects will be discussed, as well.
New doctoral students will become familiar with the main topics of the CRC (crystallization of synthetic polymers, aggregation of biopolymers and hybrid systems of synthetic and bio polymers) in lectures.

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