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Joint Opening Ceremony Lower Saxony PhD-programmes

Joint Opening Ceremony Lower Saxony PhD-programmes

11.10.2013

Lower Saxony promotes two new PhD-programmes at the Leibniz Universität Hannover with partners from the University of Applied Sciences in Hannover and the Hannover Medical School. The programmes are the "Hannover School for Nanotechnology" and "MARIO - Multifunctional Active and Reactive Interfaces and Surfaces". The PhD-programmes start now in October 2013 with 15 graduates each. The graduates are promoted with a Georg-Christoph-Lichtenberg scholarship. This we want to celebrate - Together!

On Friday, 11.10.2013 on 13.00 in the
LNQE Research Building (Schneiderberg 39, 30167 Hannover) in the foyer

13:30

 

Greetings
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Erich Barke, President of the Leibniz Universität Hannover
Prof. Dr. med. Christopher Baum, President of the Hannover Medical School
Lothar Hühnerbein, President (m. d. W. d. G. b.) of the University of Applied Sciences in Hannover
Greeting from the Ministry for Science and Culture of Lower Saxony

14.00

Short Presentation of the PhD-programmes
Programme Hannover School for Nanotechnology, Prof. Dr. Rolf Haug, Chairman hsn Programme
Multifunctional Active and Reactive Interfaces and Surfaces, Prof. Dr.-Ing Udo Nackenhorst, Chairman MARIO

14.15

„Converging Technologies: Nanotechnology, Surface Engineering and Microsystems“ Prof. Dr. Stephanus Büttgenbach

15.00

Introduction of the Graduates

Followed by a get-together in the foyer.

The programmes in brief:

hsn - Hannover School for Nanotechnology:
The research is on nanotechnology, concentrated on transformation, transport and storage of energy. Involved in the programme are the disciplines of physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, civil engineering and mechanical engineering.

MARIO - Multifunctional Active and Reactive Interfaces and Surfaces:
Research and development based on newest methods for thermo-chemo-mechanical interactions at contact surfaces and interfaces. Application areas are related to mechanical engineering, biomedical science, nanotechnology, chemical modified surfaces and composite materials.