Welcome Dr. Noor

We want to cordially welcome Dr. Sadia Noor as a visiting research scholar at our CRC. She will be part of project Seed 4 and project C2 working closely with Dr. Mark Ringenberg. We hope she has a fruitful stay here in Stuttgart with us and very much look forward to working with her.  

Congratulations to Dr. Ringenberg

It is with great pleasure that we congratulate Dr. Mark Ringenberg on successfully obtaining his habilitation with the title “Dinitrogen Splitting to form Molecular Nitrides”. He is the principal Investigator for Project C2 The static and dynamic electronic and geometric structure of multiprobe organometallic complexes in porous polymers and our Seed Funding Project 4 Intra/extraporous … Read more

Congratulations to Dr. Bruckner

We want to congratulate Dr. Johanna Bruckner for winning the Margarete von Wrangell Grant! Johanna is currently a scientific coworker in Project A4 and in the Seed Funding Project 3 – “Isotactic Pluronics” – A tool for the stabilization of micellar phases and advanced mesopore design. She conducts research and teaches at the Institute of … Read more

Female CRC Researchers Attended Individual Career Coachings

Since August 2021, we are able to offer individual career coachings to our female scientific staff members. This is part of the “Coaching Program” organized by the Pooling initiative  “Pooling – Synergies for Equal Opportunities” at the University of Stuttgart. Two female doctoral researchers of the CRC 1333, Karina Abitaev (A7) and Carolin Rieg (C1) … Read more

Research Stay Abroad – Congratulations to Felix

CRC 1333 researcher Felix Fischer from project S1 has successfully applied for funding to do research in a laboratory in the USA. The CRC board approved his application for funding within the  CRC 1333-funding program for docotoral researchers “Research Stay Abroad”. Felix will be staying there for three months at the University of Rochester (Rochester, … Read more

Research Stay Abroad – Congratulations to Marina

CRC 1333 researcher Marina Fuhrer from project B1 has successfully applied for funding to do research in a laboratory in Canada. The CRC board approved her application for funding within the  CRC 1333-funding program for docotoral researchers “Research Stay Abroad”. Marina will be staying there for three months at the University of British Columbia (UBC, … Read more

Pooling Workshop: “Gender and Diversity Competence”

On Wednesday, October 06, 2021, the university-wide initiative “Pooling – Synergies for equal opportunities” invited to a workshop on “Gender and Diversity Competence”. All researchers and equality officers of collaborative research networks at the University of Stuttgart could participate. For the CRC 1333, Dr. Johanna Bruckner (group leader, Seed 3) and Shima Hemati (CRC1333 Management … Read more

Doctoral Defense of Takeshi Kobayashi, M.Sc.

On October 6th, 2021 Takeshi Kobayashi defended his dissertation to earn his doctoral degree. Takeshi’s thesis incorporated his work on “Tuning the properties and microstructuring of ionic liquid mixtures at surfaces through atomistic modeling”. Congratulations on your achievement. Best wishes for your career path! Takeshi received one year of funding from the CRC1333 and was … Read more

Special Issue JPhysChemC Prof. Michael Hunger

Very late happy birthday to Prof. Dr. Michael Hunger, former PI of  CRC 1333 project C1 for his 65th birthday! In his honor and in recognition of his birthday the Journal of Physical Chemistry C just released a Virtual Special Issue on “Advanced Characterization by Solid-State NMR and In Situ Technology”. Prof. Hunger is an … Read more

Resilience in Academia – Part 2

In context of the Corona pandemic and the challenges encompassed by the changes in work enviroment and personal situation, the CRC 1333 started a peer coaching program on resilience in academia for female scientists in 2020. From the end of May through the beginning of September, 2021 this program was suceeded with a second round … Read more