Complex Matter  

Complex Matter

DFG Projects

Polymers under Multiple Constraints: Restricted and Controlled Molecular Order and Mobility - SFB/TRR 102

The central aim of the Transregional Collaborative Research Centre is to study and understand the effect of internal and external constraints on structure formation and dynamics of polymer systems. [...] Read more

Understanding of Oxide/Water Systems at the Molecular Scale: Structural Evolution, Interfaces and Dissolution - SFB 1109

Materials based on metal oxides are of crucial importance for a multitude of present and emerging technical and consumer applications. In such applications, ranging from medical implants to surface coatings and construction materials, metal oxides are very often in contact with water during use and typically they are also produced from aqueous solution. [...] Read more

Functionality of Oxide Interfaces - SFB 762

The central aim of the Collaborative Research Centre is the fabrication and characterisation of oxide heterostructures with components exhibiting ferroelectric, magnetic, semiconducting and insulating properties, thus featuring additional degrees of freedom for the design of functional elements. [...] Read more

Switchable Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOF-Switches) - FOR 2433

Porous materials play a key role in gas and liquid phase separations, energy storage, as catalysts and for optical and chemical sensing. [...]  Read more

Integrierte chemische Mikrolaboratorien (InCheM) - FOR 2177

Chemistry in miniaturized systems in which chemical processes take place in microchannels or cavities is a very active field of research. In recent years, impressive scientific progress was made in micro reaction technology as well as in the miniaturization of analytical methods and technologies. However, although intense research efforts are made in these single disciplines all around the world, their efficient combination is still largely in its infancy.  Read more

Dynamics and Interactions of Semiconductor Nanowires for Optoelectronics - FOR 1616

Semiconductor nanowires are the ideal tools for the investigation of the fundamental limits of one-dimensional optoelectronic and photonic devices. In many aspects, they are superior to their bulk or thin-film counterparts. Until now, in almost all cases the bare nanowire itself has been in the focus of research. [...] Read more

EU Projects

Imaging the Force of Cancer (FORCE) - H2020 (RIA)

Our objective is the non-invasive measurement of both IFP within tumours as well as the forces they exert on their surrounding environment. This will be used to predict a tumour’s metastatic potential and importantly, changes in these forces will be used to predict the therapeutic efficacy of drug therapy. [...] Read more

BMBF Projects

Competence Center for Scalable Data Services and Solutions (ScaDS)

The efficient and intelligent handling of large, often distributed and heterogeneous data sets increasingly determines the scientific and economic competitiveness. Mobile applications, social networks, multimedia collections, sensor networks, data intense scientific experiments and complex simulation calculations create a flood of data. But the processing and analysis with innovative methods, open up various new options for its exploitation. [...] Read more

Development of an optical pesticide rapid test based on nanoporous membranes in microfluidic chips - Pestiscan Project: Development of nanoporous monoliths, microfluidics and sensors

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last update: 02.08.2018 

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Prof. Dr.
Marius Grundmann

Institute of Experimental Physics II
Linnéstraße 5
04103 Leipzig

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Prof. Dr.
Evamarie Hey-Hawkins

Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
Johannisallee 29
04103 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 97-36151
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