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Graduate School

Graduate School

Advanced Materials and Processes (GS AMP)

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Contact

Cluster of Excellence
Engineering of
Advanced Materials (EAM)

Nägelsbachstrasse 49b
91052 Erlangen, Germany
eam-contact@fau.de

Graduate School

Welcome to the Graduate School Advanced Materials and Processes
The interdisciplinary program for doctoral researchers in the
Cluster of Excellence Engineering of Advanced Materials

The Graduate School Advanced Materials and Processes (GS AMP) has been established within the frame of the Cluster of Excellence Engineering of Advanced Materials in 2009. The GS AMP offers a program for Master / Diploma graduates who want to graduate in topics related to the Cluster of Excellence. The ambition of the GS AMP is to open students an attractive and especially interdisciplinary way to their promotion.

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Graduate School News

  • Picture of the month: Crystal growth of indium nitrite nanorods

    01. February 2017 InN is a semiconductor material with a direct bandgap of ~0.7 eV and is a promising material for applications in next generation photovoltaics such as hot carrier solar cells. InN nanorods are fabricated by a chemical vapor deposition technique using a vapor-liquid-solid growth method. The scanning... more »

  • EAM Call for Science Sets Sail

    17. January 2017 Drawing on mankind’s earliest spirit of adventure, FAU created “Science Sets Sail” as a trip of scientific discovery on the Baltic Sea. FAU researchers and their guests from the Baltic region and beyond will forge new ideas together on the sailing ship ‘Thor Heyerdahl.’ EAM is one of the nine... more »

  • Picture of the month: Single-walled TiO2 nanotubes for improved lithium storage

    01. January 2017 Nanostructured anode materials are greatly demanded for electrochemical energy storage systems based on lithium ion intercalation devices. At EAM, we develop novel TiO2 nanostructures for improved performance in battery, solar-cell and water-splitting applications. Self-organized anodic TiO2... more »

  • Picture of the month: Tilting crystals in biomimetic calcium carbonate thin films

    01. December 2016 Biominerals are extremely tough. This arises due to an ingenious hierarchical design combined with a high crystalline order which forms by a non-classical crystallization of an amorphous precursor. In some species, this solid-amorphous to crystalline transformation generates crystal lattice tilting... more »

  • Physikalischer Video-Adventskalender

    28. November 2016 24-mal leicht verdauliche Physik bis Weihnachten Wieso liegen die Nüsse im Müsli immer oben? Lässt sich Weihnachtstee in Solarzellen verwandeln? Und gibt es eigentlich etwas, das schneller ist als Licht? Antworten auf diese Fragen gibt der Adventskalender der Physikdidaktik – in 24 spannenden... more »

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Additional information

Contact

Ina Viebach
Program Director
eam-gsamp@fau.de
+49 9131 85-20844