Kristallogrpahie & Geomaterialforschung


News of the Crystallography & Geomaterials Research Group

August 2022

We welcome 3 new researcher associated with our group: Lobna Saaed, Jakob Brauer (PhD students in the Crystalline Microporous Materials  group) and Dr. Paul Klar (own research group on Materials Mineralogy themes).

June 2022

We welcome Prof. Juan Manuel García-Ruiz as guest lecture in the Geoscience Department colloquium  on Wed 8. June at 12:15 in GEO1550 (The formation of giant gypsum crystals: nucleation, growth and preservation). In recognization of his immense achievements, the German Crystallgraphic Society has recently awarded Juanma the Liebau-Prize for the Promotion of Interdisciplinarity in Crystallography. To celebrate this award and to allow for a lifely exchange of opinion and ideas, there will be a reception with beverages and finger food after the lecture just outside of the lecture hall. (Source: FB05 Geoscience Department Web Page)  

May 2022

We offer a PhD job for 36 month in cooperation with MARUM on OLIVINE solid solution series and compounds. Materials with the olivine structure are frequently studied for various applications. If you are interested in crystallography and want to look for some diffuse scattering, please get in touch with us as the deadline for application has passed.

April 2022

Our team member Prof. Dr. Hartmut Schneider will receive the Georg-Agricola-Medal for his scientific research on Applied Mineralogy by the Deutsche Mineralogische Gesellschaft.
Check the information of the German Mineralogical Society DMG

February 2022

We welcome Prof. Dr. Ella M. Schmidt as new group leader.
See department news.

We also welcome guest scientist Vårin Trælvik Eilertsen of the Geosciences Department, Tromsø, UIT The Arctic University of Norway.
See her video on explaning  her research on Arctic Ice Sheets.

October 2021

Reinhard X. Fischer retires (not quite yet)
See department news

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Updated on 03.08.2022 by E. M. Schmidt/Chr. Vogt, FB 05, Universität Bremen