Author Archives: Melanie Nentwich

Lieselotte Templeton Prize for Students

We did it! The Young Crystallographers of the DGK created a prize dedicated to the youngest scientists: the students. Starting next year, the DGK will hand out up to three prizes for the best thesis (bachelor, master, diploma or similar) … Continue reading

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Meet the People: Aleksander Albrecht

Aleksander Albrecht won a poster prize at the 3rd LabMeeting @ STOE, therefore we want you to learn about him and his exciting research. He studied at the West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, Poland, at the Faculty of … Continue reading

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One Year of Pandemic: Finishing your PhD in 2020 – a Humoristic Review

Written by Marius Kremer, former Secretary of the Arbeitskreis Young Crystallographers. How does it feel, when one of your best years yet is one of the worst years for the rest of the world? Uncomfortable… Introduction The year 2020: A … Continue reading

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The 3rd Lab Meeting of the Young Crystallographers @ STOE

Written by Jakob Möbs, PhD student in the Department of Chemistry at Philipps-Universität Marburg. One of the first live events to happen after the two-summer break of the COVID-19 pandemic was the meeting of the Young Crystallographers of the German … Continue reading

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“Pozdravy z Prahy” or Greetings from the 25th IUCr Congress in Prague

Written  by Hagen Poddig, PhD student in the field of inorganic chemistry at the TU Dresden. With 2020 being dominated by the corona pandemic, events had to be postponed, just like the 25th IUCr Congress in Prague. Now, in the … Continue reading

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One Year of Pandemic: The Digitalisation of a Physics Course along with its Examination

written by Mateo de Vivanco und Claudia Funke, Insitute for Experimental Physics, TU Bergakademie Freiberg. Beside laboratory experiments, one of the fun aspects of teaching physics is the interaction with the students in exercise courses. You can walk around the … Continue reading

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Deposition of crystal structure data sets in the ICSD

written by Felix C. Goerigk, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Stuttgart Preface There is sometimes confusion about depositing crystal structures in the frequently used ICSD, especially after the union of the ICSD with the CambridgeStructuralDatabase. In the … Continue reading

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