hsn-sensors Status Meeting 3


On Friday, 19. January 2018 the third status meeting of the doctoral program Hannover School of Nanotechnology, Section Sensors (hsn-sensors) takes place.

Participate should please all students of hsn-sensors and all supervisors. The meeting takes place in the LNQE Research Building (Schneiderberg 39, 30167 Hannover) , 09:00 - 14:00. 

In the status meeting, the students report in 20 minute presentations (15 minutes talk + 5 minutes discussion) about their project, the planned timing and progress, and put it up for discussion.


09:00 Greetings

09:00 - 10:20 Session I:

  • A Calix[4]arene-based Metal-Organic Framework for NO2 Sensing
    Speaker: Marcel Schulz
    Supervisor: P. Behrens
  • Interaction between Ethanolamine and Zr-based Metal-Organic Frameworks
    Speaker: Malte Schäfer
    Supervisors: P. Behrens, S. Zimmermann
  • Metal-organic frameworks as gas sensors
    Speaker: Ina Strauß
    Supervisors: J. Caro, N. Guschanski, T. Wietler
  • Electrical characterization of Cu3(BTC)2 based MIS capacitors
    Speaker: Liz Margarita Montañez Huamán
    Supervisors: J. Osten, J. Caro

10:20 - 10:40 Short oral presentation of the posters

10:40 – 11:40 Posters session (with coffee)

Afterwards: Group photo

11:40 – 13:20 Session II:

  • Ultrasensitive Current Sensor with CdSe/CdS-Nanorods
    Speaker: Benedikt Brechtken
    Supervisors: R. Haug, N. Bigall
  • Switchable Multi-Nuclear Complexes
    Speaker: Dominik Natke
    Supervisors: F. Renz, R. Sindelar, C. Tegenkamp
  • Electrospun polymer fibers for possible sensor applications
    Speaker: Bastian Dreyer
    Supervisors: R. Sindelar, F. Renz
  • Nanotagging of plastics through incorporation of luminescent/spin crossover entities
    Speaker: Jacek Lecinski
    Supervisor: H.-J. Endres
  • Optical Properties of Different Nickel Sulfide Nanostructures
    Speaker: Rasmus Himstedt
    Supervisors: D. Dorfs, D. Bahnemann

13:20 - 13:40 hsn-sensors general meeting

13:40 End - Get-Together with with pretzels and sparkling wine