GRK 2905 is funded

The new Graduate Research Training Group 2905 – “Ultrafast nanoscopy – from single particle dynamics to cooperative processes” – will be funded for five years.

The program will start April 2024 and allows graduate researchers to unveil the internal dynamics of the elementary building blocks of matter. Novel concepts of nanovideography will be pioneered to resolve atomic-scale dynamics and to trace ensuing cooperative processes in systems of increasing complexity directly in ultraslow-motion pictures. The discoveries could find applications in future nano- and optoelectronics, quantum technologies and green technologies.

It will be located in the globally unique interdisciplinary environment of the newly emerging research center RUN (Regensburg Center for Ultrafast Nanoscopy).

Press release (UR) in German and English.
Press release (idw) in German and English.