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Fellows of the RTG 2767 in front of the KSI Meinsberg Institute. Left: Dr. Caroline Murawski, RTG Principal Investigator and leader of the Organophotonic Sensing Group.

We took a little trip to the center of Saxony. There is the Kurt-Schwabe-Institut für Mess- und Sensortechnik Meinsberg e.V., which is led by our Principal Investigator Prof. Michael Mertig. In addition, Dr. Caroline Murawski (also PI in GRK 2767) leads her research group "Organophotonic Sensing" there. We listened to the lecture "Dynamical methods in biosensing - organic electronics" and had the chance to visit all the institute.

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An international team of researchers has demonstrated a technique that allows them to align gold nanorods using magnetic fields, while preserving the underlying optical properties of the gold nanorods.

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The first paper with our RTG 2767 in the acknowledgements is published. Please check the details here.

Fabrication of High Aspect Ratio Gold Nanowires within the Microtubule Lumen

Foram M. Joshi, Gonzalo Alvarez Viar, Gaia Pigino, Hauke Drechsler*, and Stefan Diez*
Nano Lett. 2022, 22, 9, 3659–3667
Publication Date: April 21, 2022
DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.2c00255

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Position #6 RTG2767-A6
Investigators: Dr. Bernd Rellinghaus / Prof. Dr. Andreas Fery
Terms: 75% of the full-time weekly hours
Location: Technische Universität Dresden
Closing date: 8 June, 2022
Tasks: In situ and in operando characterization of functional self-assembled nanostructures
Requirements: Excellent Master of Science or diploma in physics, materials science, or chemistry. Experience in (i) the processing of nanostructured or nanoparticulate materials or (ii) transmission electron microscopy.

Full announcement and overview of all job openings at RTG 2767.

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Photo: Niemeyer Group / KIT.

We would like to invite you to join the virtual KSI Colloquium!

  • Date: Wednesday, February 09, 2022, 2:30 PM.
  • Talk title: Multiscale DNA systems to investigate living cells.

The speaker, Christof Niemeyer from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, was one of the reviewers of our RTG2767 application.

Contact: Prof. Michael Mertig

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Photo: cfaed / TU Dresden.

The Research Training Group (RTG) 2767 „Supracolloidal Structures: From Materials to Optical and Electronic Devices“ of TU Dresden, funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), offers 13 positions as Research Associate / PhD Student (m/f/x) starting 1 April 2022. The positions comprise 65…100% of the full-time weekly hours as specified below and are initially limited for 3 years, with the option of extension. The period of employment is governed by the Fixed Term Research Contracts Act (Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz-WissZeitVG). The positions aim at obtaining further academic qualifications (e.g. doctoral degree). Find all positions on our vacancies page!