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Do you want to start a scientific career in Germany?
Here are our English running research PhD positions on topics:

🧬Polymer chemistry,
🧬Drug Carrier
🧬Energy storage,
🧬Self-healing materials

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Congratulations to Adrian Saal on successfully defending his doctoral dissertation on the topic "1,2,4-Benzotriazinyl radicals - Synthesis and application in organic battery systems"!🎉🎓

Wishing you every success and fulfillment in your future career🎉
📸 What a Special day it was at the CEEC chemistry laboratories! We had the pleasure of hosting at the Scubert Group’ facilities a class reunion, a group of 10 former engineering students celebrating their 55th anniversary since earning their degrees.

A big shoutout to Dr. Christian Stolze, who guided them throughout the tour, showcasing the cutting-edge research we performed in our varied laboratories. From innovative experiments to advanced equipment, the visitors were fascinated by the advancements in the field of chemistry.

To all our followers, we hope this visit serves as a reminder of the endless possibilities and opportunities that lie ahead. Stay curious, keep pursuing your passions, and let your thirst for knowledge lead you to incredible heights!

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Friedrich Schiller University Jena and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (Helmholtz Centre for Materials and Energy, HZB) will jointly establish the "Helmholtz Institute for Polymers in Energy Applications" (HIPOLE) on 1 July 2023. The aim of HIPOLE is to develop sustainable polymer materials for energy technologies that can be rapidly brought into application, in particular polymer-based batteries and perovskite solar cells with polymer additives. HIPOLE will be funded with up to 5.5 million euros per year by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF, 90%) and the Free State of Thuringia (10%). In the start-up phase until 2028, the Free State of Thuringia will additionally fund the new institute with more than ten million euros and take over the financing of the construction costs for the laboratories and offices.
Article by Michael Ringleb, Timo Schuett, Stefan Zechel and Ulrich S. Schubert

We are glad to announce that from now you can check our new article on Best practice for sampling in automated parallel synthesizers!

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Future of chemistry - what will it look like?

Researchers in our group give their overview of the new technologies and the application fields.

Check out the new article to stay tuned:

“Application of Digital Methods in Polymer Science and Engineering”
by Timo Schuett, Patrick Endres, Tobias Standau, Stefan Zechel, Rodrigo Q. Albuquerque, Christian Brütting, Holger Ruckdäschel, Ulrich S. Schubert