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March:  
Steffi has succsessfully defended her PhD thesis in Hamburg last Friday (22nd March)!! Very well done!


At the final GRK Meeting (Photocatalysis) I will give a talk on "Computational Chemistry in the Excited State" in Kloster Kostenz von Thursday 28th March. Looking forward to meeting all collegues & students & friends.

February:  
Term approaches its end, and we had some really good project presentations in our Computational Chemistry lab! Well done and keep it up :)
During February we will also have some traveling and conferences. The Physical Organic Chemistry meeting is the kick-off for this 'season'. Looking forward to meeting everyone there who loves reaction mechanisms & computational chemistry. Next stays will be Göteburg and a little Ipur-related roundtrip to Brazil visting the universities in Campinas, Sao Carlos & Sao Paulo.

January:  
Everone got his or hers New Year's resolutions, however, most important thing: Stay healthy, have fun and work for your dream to come true!

December:  
Patrick Hitzfeld joined our group for his Master thesis! A heartfelt welcome and all the best for your research!

November:
Had the pleasure to visit Hyderabad, India. First at the INDIGO meeting at Dr Reddy's Labs and then at the JNOST conference. We enjoyed great science and even greater hospitality!


October:  

We had a really nice walk up the mountain 'Großer Arber'. Some impressions you find here:


September:  


The publication machinery is still going strong, two more manuscripts have been accepted for publication! Congrats to Jenny & Steffi & Simon in our group, very well done!

The conferenc in Munich involving everything around chemistry using photons was great! And the visit to Halle- Leopolidina left me with the deep impression that physical organic chemisty is back on stage! Inspiring talks and good discussions, looking forward to the sequal in Februrary 2019, Bad Honeff (infos vide infra). :)
(https://www.we-heraeus-stiftung.de/veranstaltungen/seminare/2019/physical-organic-chemistry-recent-developments-in-instrumentation-structure-theory-and-mechanisms/main/)

Our JACS publication with Tanja Gulder (TUM) has been accpeted and is already online! Check it out:
doi: 10.10021/acs.jacs.8b08350

The month of conferences has started now. We, Simon & Patrick & I, will participate at the meeting on Photocatalyses in Munich (TUM) and I will also attend the Physical-Organic Chemsitry Meeting in Halle the same week. Looking forward to meeting collegues and friends and listen to inspireing talks and discussions!

August:
We submitted four manuscripts to finish our first summer term in Regensburg that has been very productive. Great job everyone!









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Open Positions


Constantly seeking motivated and creative  students at undergraduate level for their practical courses (F-Praktikum, Naturstoffpraktikum, Reaktionsmechanismen-Praktikum) and final projects (Bachelor & Master thesis). We offer the opportunity to participate in interdsiciplinary projects (synthesis, physical-organic methods, computational chemistry) with the option of publication in peer-reviewed journals. Our lab will be finished with reuiling in the beginning of November. Computational work, however, will be possible mid October!

For more information please contact me via email!

 
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