Second round of lecture "Complementary Tools for the Characterization of Complex Solid Materials" was finished by a poster session and joint pizza lunch!


    After two weeks of working on a real scientific problem including measuring and evaluating data, the participants designed scientific posters which were presented at our own postersession!

    During the summer term student had the opportunity to join the lecture "Complementary Tools for the Characterization of Complex Solid Materials": Scientific knowledge, application to real world problems and science communication. During the term the lecture focus was on X-ray diffraction, solid-state NMR and computation for the investigation of complex solid materials. 
    The course was completed by a two-week block course where the participants worked on real scientific problems, measured XRPD pattern and NMR spectra in solid and in solution state, evaluated the data and designed a scientific poster! Finally, we did our own poster session with presentations on friday.

    Additionally, we had two scientific presentation during the block course. Thanks to  Prof. Björn Corzilius (University of Rostock/Germany) for giving us insights into the topic of dynamic nuclear polarization and Prof. Anna Krawczuk for the insight into the research topic of theoretical and experimental solid state chemistry! 

    Thanks to all the cooperation partners for providing the samples and the support!

    To bring the block course and the summer term to an end we had a joint pizza lunch on friday! Yummy!