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Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 29.06.2016
Three TUM Professors for Fraunhofer Research
Three TUM Professors for Fraunhofer Research
Campus news The Fraunhofer IGCV, the new Fraunhofer facility for Casting, Composites and Production Technologies, will begin operation in Augsburg and Garching (near Munich) as of July 1, 2016.

Physics - Electroengineering - 28.06.2016
International accolades for TUM researchers
International accolades for TUM researchers
Menschen This year the European Physical Society (EPS) distinguishes three professors from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with internationally recognized awards: Prof. Peter Peter Bön

Physics - 27.06.2016
Searching for dark matter
On this spring day there is a clear blue sky over the Gran Sasso mountains in Italy. Prof. Christian Weinheimer from the Institute of Nuclear Physics is sitting in a minibus belonging to the Gran Sasso National Laboratory, accompanied by two PhD students and one post-doc.

Physics - Chemistry - 13.06.2016
Lorenz S. Cederbaum Receives Second ERC Advanced Grant
Lorenz S. Cederbaum Receives Second ERC Advanced Grant
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Heidelberg researcher Lorenz S. Cederbaum an ERC Advanced Grant for outstanding research leaders in Europe.

Chemistry - Physics - 09.05.2016
TUM opens central institute for catalysis research
TUM opens central institute for catalysis research
Campus news With the inauguration of the TUM Catalysis Research Center (CRC), the Technical University of Munich (TUM) sets an international highlight in the field of catalysis research.

Physics - Electroengineering - 22.04.2016
New movies from the microcosmos
With the aid of terahertz radiation, Munich physicists have developed a method for generating and controlling ultrashort electron pulses.

Chemistry - Physics - 31.03.2016
Making Fuel Cells More Efficient
Electrochemist Dr. Gumaa El-Nagar from Egypt in Two-Year Project at Freie Universität Berlin on Improvement of Catalysts for Fuel Cells The Egyptian electrochemist Dr. Gumaa El-Nagar ha

Chemistry - Physics - 17.03.2016
"Evidence of our international visibility"
Prof. Michinori Suginome from the University of Kyoto in Japan and a leading expert in the field of catalyst research will be a regular guest at Münster University in the coming three years.

Life Sciences - Physics - 17.03.2016
ERC Grants: Five new projects at LMU
In the latest round of applications for European Research Council grants, five of the coveted Starting Grants have gone to LMU researchers.

Environment - Physics - 07.03.2016
Environmental data from the North Sea to Tyrol
More than 100 of the small green boxes are already in use: whether in Hamburg, or Zwolle in the Netherlands, or even on the Zugspitze in northern Tyrol - the "SenseBox" has long since left its hometown of Münster behind it.

Environment - Physics - 07.03.2016
Environmental data from the North Sea to Bavaria
Environmental data from the North Sea to Bavaria
More than 100 of the small green boxes are already in use: whether in Hamburg, or Zwolle in the Netherlands, or even on the Zugspitze in Bavaria - the "SenseBox" has long since left its hometown of Münster behind it.

Life Sciences - Physics - 04.03.2016
Nanoscale rotor and gripper push DNA origami to new limits
Nanoscale rotor and gripper push DNA origami to new limits
Scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have built two new nanoscale machines with moving parts, using DNA as a programmable, self-assembling construction material.

Life Sciences - Physics - 04.03.2016
Over a Million Euros of Funding for Interdisciplinary Research
Over a Million Euros of Funding for Interdisciplinary Research
The "Cells in Motion" (CiM) Cluster of Excellence at Münster University is providing 1.1 million euros of funding for no fewer than twelve new so-called flexible funds projects.

Chemistry - Physics - 02.03.2016
Molecular architectures see the light
Molecular architectures see the light
Organic photovoltaics bear great potential for large-scale, cost-effective solar power generation. One challenge to be surmounted is the poor ordering of the thin layers on top of the electrodes.

Chemistry - Physics - 19.02.2016
Storing Information at the Molecular Level
Scientists at Freie Universität Berlin, Universität Stuttgart, and the Max Planck Institute of Chemical Energy Conversion (MPI CEC) in Mühlheim Discover Molecule with Stable Magnetization / includes

Physics - Chemistry - 11.02.2016
Nanolaser for information technology
Nanolaser for information technology
Physicists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed a nanolaser, a thousand times thinner than a human hair.

Physics - Social Sciences - 21.01.2016
Never Again Fukushima
European Premiere of Documentary on Anti-nuclear Movement in Japan with Director Eiji Oguma on February 4, 2016 In his documentary Tell the Prime Minister , the Japanese director and scientist Eiji O

Chemistry - Physics - 17.12.2015
Highly discreet, readily detectable
LMU chemists have synthesized a new dye that absorbs near infrared light, and is particularly suitable for the inconspicuous labelling of textiles.

Physics - 15.12.2015
Are Japan's and Germany's Nuclear Energy Policies Changing?
Public Panel Discussion on Future of Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty to Be Held January 11, 2016, at Freie Universität Berlin A panel discussion dealing with Japan's and Germany's nuclear weapons policies will be held on January 11, 2016, at Freie Universität Berlin.

Physics - 02.12.2015
Quantum computer made of standard semiconductor materials
Quantum computer made of standard semiconductor materials
Physicists at the Technical University of Munich, the Los Alamos National Laboratory and Stanford University (USA) have tracked down semiconductor nanostructure mechanisms that can result in the loss of stored information - and halted the amnesia using an external magnetic field.

Physics - Event - 19.11.2015

Physics - Chemistry - 27.10.2015
Film in 4D with ultrashort electron pulses
Physicists of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich shorten electron pulses down to 30 femtoseconds duration.

Physics - Electroengineering - 14.10.2015
"The chemistry’s right here - and so is the physics"
MüNSTER/TWENTE. For many experts, nanotechnology is a key technology for the future. At the Universities of Münster and Twente, both national and international researchers are engaged on intensive work on just this future, and many of them are working closely together.

Physics - Health - 24.09.2015
Ferenc Krausz named Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate
LMU physicist Ferenc Krausz is one of Thomson Reuters' Citation Laureates 2015. This distinction is reserved for researchers whose highly cited publications have had an especially significant impact on their respective fields.

Physics - Chemistry - 23.09.2015
Nanostructures for contactless control
Chemists at LMU have fabricated a novel nanosheet-based photonic crystal that changes color in response to moisture.

Physics - Life Sciences - 22.09.2015
Capturing light - for the computers of tomorrow
Light is ideally suited to data transfer, as it can transmit large quantities of information in a very short time, and is an indispensable part of the IT world of today and tomorrow.

Health - Physics - 24.04.2015
Breathing allowed
Breathing allowed
In future doctors will be able to take more sharply defined pictures of their patients' interiors when making clinical images - and entirely without any bothersome aids.

Physics - Health - 28.09.2009
Metallic glass for bone surgery
28.09.2009 / Zurich - ETH Zürich . Metallic glass Metallic glass is a hot topic in the field of materials science.

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