Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS)

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»Learning from nature is what drives me in synthesizing functionalized molecules, which can imitate biological processes like the activation of small molecules, catalysis or putting through of light driven reactions. My focus is on transition metals and their special role in those processes. An important aspect of my research is to prepare and understand those systems on a nano scale.«

Felix Tuczek. Since 1999 professor for Molecular Inorganic Chemistry at Kiel University. Before assistant lecturer at the Institute for Inorganic and Analytic Chemistry at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz. Born in Marburg. In 1989 doctorate, in 1997 habilitation at Johannes Gutenberg University.

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  • 17:15: Hybrid Spintronic-CMOS Microsystems - From Wearables to Implantables (Dr. Hadi Heidari, University of Glasgow)
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  • all day: Selectivity Control in C-H Activation (Prof. Dr. Lutz Ackermann, Georg-August-University Göttingen)
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  • all day: From Constellation Shaping to Nonlinear Fourier Transform – On the Way to the Limits of Optical Data Links!? (Dr. Henning Bülow, Nokia Bell Labs Stuttgart)
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