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Engineering of Advanced Materials

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

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Engineering of
Advanced Materials (EAM)

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

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  • Prof. Peter Wasserscheid to host EUCHEM 2010 in Bamberg

    17. February 2010 – The coordinator of cluster research area D, Prof. Peter Wasserscheid from the chair of chemical reaction engineering is hosting the EUCHEM 2010 conference on Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids. The conference will take place in Bamberg from March 14th to 19th and will be co-organized by DECHEMA. Ionic... more »

  • Third Cluster retreat in Muggendorf

    31. January 2010 – EAM members came together in Muggendorf for the third consecutive EAM retreat, an event which has quickly become a tradition. EAM has been up and running now for more than two years, so it was a good time to take a look back at what’s been done and look forward to what’s coming. The main objectives... more »

  • International Symposium on Disperse Systems for Electronics

    20. January 2010 – The symposium on March 1– 2, 2010, Erlangen will concentrate on recent advances in synthesis strategies, functionalization and characterization of semiconductor nanoparticles and their processing for the development of new applications in the field of low price flexible electronics. This symposium... more »

  • Graduate School Advanced Materials and Processes at the Ph.D. Workshop China 2009

    15. January 2010 – The Cluster’s Graduate School Advanced Materials and Processes presented research opportunities at EAM to doctoral students from top Chinese universities at a workshop organized by the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) and the Association of Chinese Graduate Schools... more »

  • Funding of the Research Training Group (Graduiertenkolleg) on Disperse Systems

    13. January 2010 – We are pleased to announce that the DFG appropriations committee has approved the continued funding of the Research Training Group on Disperse Systems for Electronic Applications. Beginning 2010, four million Euros will be set aside for 11 subprojects. Alongside EAM, this adds another element to... more »

  • EAM Newsletter - Edition Winter 2009

    22. December 2009 – • First Graduate School Members admitted • New professors Jana Zaumseil and Michael Stingl • Titan³ 80 –300 opens a new window into the nanoworld • Professor Christoph Brabec publishes key articles on organic heterojunction solar cells • Renowned grants for EAM members Andreas Hirsch, Peter Greil,... more »

  • Graduate School Advanced Materials and Processes at the Ph.D. Workshop China 2009

    19. December 2009 – The Cluster’s Graduate School Advanced Materials and Processes presented research opportunities at EAM to doctoral students from top Chinese universities at a workshop organized by the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) and the Association of Chinese Graduate Schools... more »

  • Wildbad Kreuth

    EAM symposium: creative and innovative research exchange in a place of history

    03. December 2009 – Taking a break from the daily grind, 144 Cluster of Excellence researchers assembled at EAM’s first ever symposium in beautiful Wildbad Kreuth from 22-26 November. During the five-day conference 25 presentations from the EAM’s seven research areas were given. Attendees were also able to hear... more »

  • Cluster meeting Nanosilver – Production, Characterization and Application

    03. December 2009 – In the framework of its technology transfer program, EAM hosted a half-day workshop for the Bavarian Cluster Nanotechnology. Thirty-fi ve participants representing science and industry met on 3 December to hear presentations on the current state of anti - microbial silver nanoparticle research and... more »

  • Videoportrait of EAM

    30. November 2009 – The Lego Principle – for the development of innovative materials Custom-made high-performance materials are revolutionizing the world of electronics, optics, catalysis and lightweight construction. In Erlangen materials science innovation starts at the atomic level and influences the entire... more »

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