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30 Jul 2020
Photonics software bootcamp 2021 - by students, for students
The Faculty of Physics and Astronomy and ACP are happy to support a students' initiative to organize a photonics software...
Image: OSA and SPIE student chapters Jena.
29 Jul 2020
NOA PhD positions available!
Currently, the SFB/CRC 1375 NOA is offering five doctoral researcher (PhD) positions, to start as soon as possible.
Graphic: Christin David
16 Jul 2020
ACP Annual Meeting 2020
On Jul 13, 2020 ACP's principal scientists gathered remotely via videoconference to hold their annual meeting. The ACP board of...
Image: Jan-Peter Kasper (University of Jena)
9 Jul 2020
The European Campus of City-Universities is a go
University of Jena successful in a EU call for proposals and among the founders of a European University
Image: Jürgen Scheere (University of Jena)
8 Jul 2020
from 28.09. to 12.11.2020
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22 Jun 2020
Atomic-resolution mapping of transcription factor-DNA interactions
Together with colleagues from the Department of Proteomics and Signal Transduction at the Max-Planck Institute of Biochemistry...
Illustration: Nature Publishing Group.
9 Jun 2020
Andreas Tünnermann elected as new ACP executive director 2020
On 1 June 2020, Thomas Pertsch has regularly resigned his position as the executive director of the Abbe Center of Photonics...
Image: Arlene Knipper
2 Jun 2020
Switchable graphene transistors
A team around ACP principal scientist Andrey Turchanin is developing graphene-based, light-sensitive nano-switches.
Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)
24 Apr 2020
Start of the DFG priority program on "polymer-based batteries"
The first funding phase of the priority program SPP 2248 starts
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2 Apr 2020
Corona aid fund for students in need
Appeal for donations of the Society of Friends of the University of Jena
Graphic: Universität Jena
1 Apr 2020
Volker Deckert Named Recipient of 2020 Ellis R. Lippincott Award
The Optical Society, Coblentz Society and the Society for Applied Spectroscopy recognize significant contributions to Raman...
30 Mar 2020
Start of the "Research Data Scarytales" Series
On Monday, 30 March, the Thuringian Competence Network Research Data Management started its new "Research Data Scarytales" series.
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