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MLU Halle-Wittenberg joins the 20 most approved universities of DFG funding in chemistry

The successful funding of the Collaborative Research Center transregio 102 in polymer science raised the ranking of Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg into the 20 most active universities for DFG funding in chemistry from 2011-2013 (Link    Tab 4-18, DFG, in german).

Read more    DFG-Förderatlas 2015 (page 144 f., in german)

Polymers under multiple constraints

An Interview with Prof. Dr. Thomas Thurn-Albrecht the Coordinator of the Collaborative Research Center.


Researchers develop a new method for manipulating molecules by temperature gradients

Physisists of Leipzig University and TU Dresden have developed a new method for trapping and manipulation of molecules in liquids. The recent results have been published in "Nano Letters". Parts of the work are carried out by project B10 "Interaction of Single Polymer Chains in a Thermophoretic Trap" of the CRC.

Read more    at the press release of UL

(August 28th 2015; in german only)

German Research Foundation approved second
funding period of CRC TRR 102 "Polymers under
multiple constraints"

The collaborative research center SFB Transregio 102 "Polymer under multiple constraints" at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and Leipzig University has been approved by the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the second funding period. Polymer research of our scientists from the field of Physics and Chemistry is supported by over nine million Euro for the next four years. The Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification Leipzig (IOM) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials Halle (IWM) are also participating into our research center.

Read more at the press release of MLU
(May 27th 2015; in german only)

German Research Foundation approved first funding period of CRC TRR 102 "Polymers under multiple constraints"

Press release of the Martin-Luther-University at the approval of the Collaborative Research Centre 102. (more)