Chemical Physics - News

9.12.2015

Michael Pill defends his PhD in Kiel. Congratulations!

8.12.2015

Ina Gernert (Herber) defends her PhD in Kiel. Congratulations!

30.11.2015

The FWF decided to fund our grant proposal "Making bonds with carbon dioxide in gas-phase clusters."

30.11.2015

The FWF decided to fund the Lise-Meitner fellowship proposal by Dr. Jozef Lengyel. Jozef is going to start working in Innsbruck on January 1, 2016. Welcome to Innsbruck!

10.09.2015

Amou Akhgarnusch’s work on the thermochemistry of sulfur hexafluoride is accepted for publication in The Journal of Physical Chemistry A. Congratulations!

18.07.2015

Professor Hossein Tavakol from the Isfahan University of Technology, Iran, has arrived for a two-months research visit. He will investigate electron induced cyclization reactions with quantum chemical methods. The visit is financed by the JESH program (Joint Excellence in Science and Humanities) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). 

04.06.2015

Doreen Schütze defends her PhD in Kiel. Congratulations! 

06.05.2015

Ina Herber´s work on reactions of hydrated metal ions with acetonitrile is accepted for publication in The Journal of Physical Chemistry A. Congratulations! 

February 2015

Adrian Müller, Florian Petter, Janko Stajkovic, Lukas Tiefenthaler and Jessica Winkler join the Chemical Physics group for their Bachelor Thesis. Welcome! 

29.12.2014

Doreen Schütze´s work on the rupture of a single molecular loop is accepted for publication in Angewandte Chemie. Congratulations! 

6.11.2014

Imogen Parry´s work on the activation of chemical reactions by black-body radiation is accepted for publication in Angewandte Chemie. Imogen ist a PhD student in Oxford and performed the experiments during a research visit in our laboratory in Kiel. Congratulations! 

November 2014

Our 9.4 Tesla FT-ICR mass spectrometer Bruker APEX Qe is going in operation. It is probably the mass spectrometer with the highest resolution in Austria. 

October 2014

Florian Berger, Nina Bersenkowitsch and Andreas Herburg join the Chemical Physics group for their Master Thesis. Welcome!