GRK program launched & Doctoral Spokespersons elected

The new Graduate Research Training Group 2905 – ‘Ultrafast Nanoscopy: From Single Particle Dynamics to Cooperative Processes’ – has started in early April.

This program provides graduate researchers with the opportunity to uncover the internal dynamics of the elementary building blocks of matter. Novel concepts of nanovideography will be pioneered to resolve atomic-scale dynamics and trace ensuing cooperative processes in systems of increasing complexity directly through ultra-slow-motion imagery. The discoveries will impact a wide range of applications: future nano- and optoelectronics, quantum technologies, and green technologies.

A key meeting was held to plan the future projects of the PhD students. At this gathering, Maximilian Graml and Isabella Hofmeister were elected as the new Doctoral Spokespersons. They’ll be representing the doctoral students.