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May 16, 2024

CRC 1333 Minisymposium on "Catalysis under Confinement"

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Minisymposium "Catalysis under Confinement"

Congratulations to Dr. Naumann

Dr. Stefan Naumann, Junior Group Leader CRC1333 Projects A6 and B7.

It is with great pleasure that we congratulate Dr. Stefan Naumann on successfully obtaining his habilitation with the title “N-Heterocyclic Olefins and their Application in Polymerization Catalysis”. He is the principal Investigator for Project A6 Carbon materials with tailored, selectively functionalized mesopores using organocatalytically derived polyethers and our Seed Funding Project 3 “Isotactic Pluronics” – … Read more

Best Master´s Thesis Award

Best Masters Thesis

During the Minisymposium 2021, we ceremoniously awarded Katrin Gugler with the “CRC 1333 – Best Master´s Thesis” of the first funding period. Her work on “Simulation of Rh-catalyzed asymmetric arylation reaction mechanisms” also found it’s way into a pubilcation of Organometallics. Once again: congratulations, Katrin! Today, she is a doctoral researcher in the Kästner Group … Read more

Group Seminar: Who am I when and where?

During two half-day sessions on April 13th and April 29th, 2021 our female doctoral researchers had a chance to have the online group seminar: Who am I when and where? The Challenge of Acting in Different Roles: Mindful (Self-)Leadership. During the seminar, participants discussed the different roles they take on for others and which expectations … Read more

CRC 1333 PhDs attended seminar on Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Joint effort

Interdisciplinary research and interprofessional collaboration are becoming increasingly important in the modern academic context. Therefore, members of the CRC 1333 attended a two-days-workshop given by Prof. Dr. Tobias Schmohl which focused on challenges and opportunities of cooperations across the disciplines in their research projects as well as with regard to their graduation processes. On the … Read more

CRC 1333 Young Researchers Colloquium starting out

Our newly established “CRC 1333- Young Researchers Colloquium” is designed to give the floor to the next generation of scientists. Monthly, on every 4th Thursday, 02:00 p.m., our young researchers will present publicly and internally their recently published scientific work. We will start out with a topic from our Area C, Analysis, Theory, Simulations, “Field … Read more

Resilience in Academia – Part 1


As part of the skills development training offered for female doctoral researchers,  the workshop program “Resilience in Academia” took place from mid-August to mid-November, 2020. The goal of the workshops was to build resilience in the participants, to provide them with skills and strategies that enable them to deal with crisis situations. These strategies were … Read more

Leadership Training: Working in (intercultural) Teams

An essential part of the CRC 1333 is the collaborative work in interdisciplinary teams. Which dynamics influence the workflow of such a team? What is a team as opposed to a random group of people? These were just some of the questions asked and answered during the workshop “Working in (intercultural) teams” on 13th October … Read more

Status Meeting 2020

On 5-7. October 2020 the CRC 1333 held its second status meeting in a hybrid format in accordance with Corona regulations. PIs attended the meeting on Campus Vaihingen in person, whereas Postdocs and Doctoral Researchers joined online from their homes. Despite the challenges of having to switch to the hybrid and online format we all … Read more

CataLysis – CRC Network started off with an Online Conference

Jointly promoting catalysis research Researchers from Germany and Austria met for the first interdisciplinary conference of the CataLysis CRC-network  Catalysis initiates central processes of our entire life on earth – from enzyme catalysis in metabolic processes in all organisms to natural photosynthesis and the production of synthetics and environmentally friendly energy sources. Scientists in four Collaborative … Read more