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Welcome to the Department Chemistry and Physics of Materials at the Paris-Lodron University Salzburg

Technologies that address current global challenges rely heavily on materials development. Improving today’s materials as well as designing the next generation of materials requires profound knowledge and skills in the natural sciences. The Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials capitalizes on its interdisciplinary access which involves the disciplines chemistry, physics, materials science and mineralogy and which addresses the design and development of inorganic materials, nanomaterials and hybrids as well as functional interfaces derived therefrom.

We aim at a perfect research environment to perform materials chemistry and physics at the highest possible level and to create an attractive and international competitive atmosphere for researchers at all stages of their career, MSc and PhD students to postdocs and junior group leaders.

 

Willkommen auf den Seiten des Fachbereichs Chemie und Physik der Materialien an der Paris-Lodron Universität Salzburg

Chemie und Physik der Materialien und - darauf aufbauend - ihre wissensbasierte Weiterentwicklung und Optimierung sind von zentraler Bedeutung für die Bewältigung globaler Herausforderungen. Wir setzen im Fachbereich Chemie und Physik der Materialien (CPM)  in Forschung und Lehre auf einen zwischen den Fächern Chemie, Physik, Materialwissenschaft und Mineralogie angesiedelten interdisziplinären Ansatz. Dazu soll ein international wettbewerbsfähiges und für alle wissenschaftlichen Karrierestufen (von Master- und Doktorats-Studierenden zum PostDoc und Juniorgruppenleiter) attraktives Forschungsumfeld geschaffen werden.

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    On 28 and 29 March, the symposium by Dr. Robert R. Junker, Life Sciences, in cooperation with the DSPs "Dynamic Mountain Environments" and "Statistics and Applied Data Science" will take place. This is the kick-off event of the START Project (FWF) "Successional Generation of Functional Multidiversity".
    From 29 July 29 to 30 August, 2019, the Kinderbüro of the University of Salzburg will again offer summer care in the premises of the Faculty of Natural Sciences. Children between the ages of 3 and 10 are looked after by experienced pedagogues.
    The exercise is organized by the ZAMG, the Austrian Armed Forces and the University of Salzburg and takes place in the Schwarzenberg barracks in Salzburg.
    On 22 March, 2019, Dr. Zsófia Horváth will hold a guest lecture on "Saline pond metacommunities: from local stressors to landscape connectivity". It will take place in Hörsaal 421 of the NW Faculty, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34 at 14:00. The Department of Biosciences cordially invites all who wish to attend!
    PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES // From 6 March to 26 June, 2019, the lecture series "Literary and Cultural History of Polemics" will take place on Wednesdays at 18.00 - 19.30h in the Unipark Nonntal with lecturers from different disciplines. // www.w-k.sbg.ac.at/de/kunstpolemik
    Prof. Dr. Andreas Nehring offers courses in the SS 2019 on the subject of "Hinduism" at the Zentrum Theologie Interkulturell und Studium der Religionen.
    Lecture Series in the course of the LV 999.922 Global Challenges in the Summer Semester 2019
    A train-the-trainer workshop series in the program area of Contemporary Art and Culture Production. This workshop series is about getting to know each other, reflection, trying out different mediation formats, toolboxes and work materials. They provide different approaches and teaching tools for working in museums and cultural institutions, for school work and for adult education.
    The (English-language) seminar on “Transnational Supply Chains and Domestic Human Rights Litigation” deals with legal questions that arise when human rights abuses in transnational supply chains give rise to domestic law suits.
    Summer Term 2019: Seminar Space Law …with an excursion to the European Space Agency and a visit to the new VEGA observatory.
    On 18 March, 2019, under the moderation of Christoph TAKACS (Regional Director of ORF Salzburg), the renowned journalist, Christian WEHRSCHÜTZ (ORF correspondent for the Balkans and the Ukraine) and the Eastern Church expert, Dietmar W. WINKLER (Center for the Study of the Christian East) will analyze political and ecclesiastical situation.
    After his two books about Pinzgau, Walter Thaler has returned to his favorite topic - the Province. He traces the path of life and suffering of more than 60 personalities who come from the Pongau or who have spent or suffered a significant part of their lives here.
    The early modern trans-Pacific relations are best known for the famous Manila galleons, which crossed the Pacific between Manila and Acapulco at regular intervals between 1565 and 1915. Large quantities of South American silver, e.g. from the mines in Potosí, then flowed to China via the Philippines. But not only silk found its way to Latin America in exchange. The talk will give some insights into the diverse, indirect relations between China and the Viceroyalty of Peru.
    "Designing professional development of teachers to support domain specific thinking in history education"
    Dr. Eric Driscoll will speak on "The American School of Classical Studies at Athens”, Tuesday, 9 April, 2019, at 13:15 - Residenzplatz 1 Stiege 4, SR 1.42.
    Announcement of the INAUGURAL LECTURES by Univ.-Prof. Dr. András Jakab, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Reinhard Klaushofer and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Sebastian Schmid - Department of Public Law, International and European Law.
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  • 19.03.19 Exkursion Magistrat Salzburg
    20.03.19 Tracking dynamic attention in perception, working memory, and action
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