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The latest publications, news and press releases as well as upcoming events from the research training group

Graduiertenkolleg 1,2,3H verfolgt drei wissenschaftliche Kernziele, die sich aus der Forschung an den Wasserstoffisotopen – Protium, Deuterium und Tritium – ergeben. Foto: Swen Reichhold, Universität Leipzig

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Research Training Group “Hydrogen Isotopes: 1,2,3H” Begins

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14 Doctoral Researcher (PhD student) Positions Available

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DFG approves Research Training Group on Hydrogen Isotope Research

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Overview

The Research Training Group 2721 "Hydrogen Isotopes" is funded by the German Research Foundation DFG with 5.4 Million Euros over 4.5 years, plans to train up to thirty doctoral researchers at a time and will start its dedicated research and educational activities on 1 October 2021.

Open Positions

The Research Training Group Hydrogen Isotopes is looking for outstanding personnel interested in actively contributing to an interdisciplinary, multinational research environment. Please check our job announcements regularly.

Research

The Research Training Group Hydrogen Isotopes offers cutting-edge doctoral research projects at the interfaces of analytical, inorganic, organic, physical, and theoretical chemistry, chemical technology as well as material science.

Doctoral Research Projects

We currently offers fourteen interdisciplinary, cross-linked research projects in the field of hydrogen isotope research and associated with one or more of the three research areas A to C.

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Qualification

The qualification programme was developed to provide 1,2,3H-specific academic training, career-developing skills, as well as contact to the world-leading researchers and offers three general types of educational activities: Study Courses (C), Fora (F) and Science-related Activities (A).

Contact Information

For further information please contact the secretary of RTG's front office.

Spokesperson

Prof. Dr. Knut R. Asmis

Prof. Dr. Knut R. Asmis

Professor of Physical Chemistry

Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy
Leipzig University

Deputy Spokesperson

Prof. Dr. Tanja Gulder

Prof. Dr. Tanja Gulder

Professor of Organic Chemistry

Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy
Leipzig University

Postal Address

 Research Training Group 2721: Hydrogen Isotopes

Research Training Group 2721: Hydrogen Isotopes

Leipzig University

Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy
z.H. Katrin Hengst
Johannisallee 29
04103 Leipzig

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