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Review lecture series "Wegbereiterinnen: Frauen in den Naturwissenschaften"

The lecture series "Wegbereiterinnen - Frauen in den Naturwissenschaften" provided insights into the history of science and perspectives on gender research. The lectures took place in the colloquia of the three institutes of our faculty and were well attended. The lectures and especially the subsequent discussions brought the topics and questions of the lectures, but also gender equality activities in general, to the attention of the audience.

The lectures were organised and supported by the SFB/TRR 102 and the other DFG-funded research networks of the Nat. Fak. II (SFB/TRR 227, GRK 2670).

Lecture Series Wegbereiterinnen: Prof. Cornelia Denz reported on the life of Lise Meitner (Physics Colloquium on 19.1.2023)

Lecture Series Wegbereiterinnen: Prof. Cornelia Denz reported on the life of Lise Meitner (Physics Colloquium on 19.1.2023)

Lecture Series Wegbereiterinnen: Prof. Cornelia Denz reported on the life of Lise Meitner (Physics Colloquium on 19.1.2023)

  • 17. November 2022: Prof. Dr. Martina Erlemann (FU Berlin)
    Gender und Diversität in den Fachkulturen der Physik
    Physikalisches Kolloquium
  • 8. Dezember 2022: Hon.-Prof. Dr. Annette Vogt (HU Berlin & MPI für Wissenschaftsgeschichte)
    Naturwissenschaftlerinnen im 20. Jahrhundert - von den Ausnahmen zur Normalität
    Institutskolloquium Mathematik
  • 19. Januar 2023: Prof. Dr. Cornelia Denz (PTB Braunschweig)
    Lise Meitner - was wir aus Ihrem „inhaltsreichen Leben“ heute lernen können
    Physikalisches Kolloquium
  • Prof. Dr. Gudrun Kammasch (Berliner Hochschule für Technik)
    Clara Immerwahr - Fritz Haber, Eine Wissenschaftlerin in den Konflikten ihrer Zeit
    • für die Studierenden des ASQ online am 1. Februar 2023
    • im Sommersemester 2023 im GDCh-Kolloquium

Halle Young Polymer Scientists Scholarship awarded

Congratulations to the winners of the Halle Young Polymer Scientists Scholarship 2022/23:

  • Arman Edalat
  • Uma Kulkarni
  • Marzieh Alikouchaki Khorzoughi
  • Takumi Omagari


Information about the scholarship and an overview of all awardees (read more).

Tue, 31.01.2023 (Online Seminar!)

4.15 pm in seminar room 1.27 Von-Danckelmann-Platz 4, 06120 Halle

This is an online seminar, but audience is encouraged to come to the seminar room for the live transmission and Q+A session.

Prof. Dr. Olivier Lame

INSA de Lyon Department of Materials Science and Engineering

"A Coarse grained molecular dynamic model for realistic semi-crystalline structures: characterization of the amorphous phase in lamellar structures."

We use an high crystallizable coarse grained MD model to build oriented semi crystalline lamellar structure of typically 300000 beads with 1500 chains. By using artificial nucleus, we have forced the system to crystallize in a specific direction which ease mechanical testing and analyses. Moreover, we have characterized precisely the topology and structure of amorphous phase to try to better understand the mechanical properties.

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Meeting-ID: 932 2177 9598
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Lecture series "Wegbereiterinnen: Frauen in den Naturwissenschaften. Wissenschaftshistorische Einblicke und Ausblicke in die Genderforschung"

The lecture series "Wegbereiterinnen - Frauen in den Naturwissenschaften" in the winter semester 2022/23 will provide insights into the history of science and perspectives on gender research. The lectures will take place in the colloquia of the three institutes of our faculty and are supported by the DFG-funded research networks of the Nat. Fak. II (SFB/TRR 102, SFB/TRR 227, GRK 2670). The primary goal of the lecture series is to facilitate a discussion across disciplinary boundaries as well as between participants of all study phases.

Parent and child office at Heidecampus

The SFB/TRR 102 coordinated and co-funded the creation of a parent-child office at the Heide campus. We are pleased to announce that this room is now available!

The parent-child office at the Heidecampus serves as a quiet room for pregnant women, is available for nursing mothers, offers diaper-changing facilities and can be used as an office by young parents together with their children. A sink is available, the kitchen in the building may be used and there are materials for children from 0 to 12 years.

For more information, locking privileges, etc. just contact !

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