North Rhine-Westphalian Science Minister Svenja Schulze visited the CeNTech booth and got an overview of the current research developments at CeNTech. Minister Schulze was accompanied, among others, by Hélène Chraye, European Union, and Dr. Thomas Robbers, Wirtschaftsförderung Münster.
Prof. Dr. Wolfram Pernice receives a "Consolidator Grant" from the European Research Council (ERC). The funding is considered particularly prestigious and is endowed with almost two million euros. Using this funding Prof. Pernice is going to develop optical chips designed for the operation with single Photons.
December 6, 2016 - Events
On December 6th, 2016, Helene Chraye, Head of the Unit Advanced Materials and Nanotechnologies of the European Commission, visited CeNTech. Mrs. Chraye, accompanied by representatives of the NRW Research Ministry and the Cluster NMWP.NRW, was welcomed by Prof. Harald Fuchs, who presented the CeNTech concept and activities.
A significant number of CeNTech scientists and entrepreneurs will present their research results and products at the prestigious 7th North Rhine-Westphalian Nano-Conference (Dec 7 - 8, 2016). The final conference program of the conference is now online available. The participation for visitors is free.
CeNTech scientists Prof. Gerhard Wilde und Prof. Wolfram Pernice got granted a funding for a latest generation large lab equipment (worth together 4,6 million euros). The equipment includes a new Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) that will allow analysis with atomic resolution and an Electron Beam Writer to create nanostructures.
On the occasion of his 65th birthday the scientific director of the CeNTech, Professor Harald Fuchs, organized a symposium for young and excellent Nano researchers on trends in Nano science. Companions from the University, the City of Münster and former colleagues attended the ensuing reception to congratulate.
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