** FGMR Meeting 2018

Welcome

40th FGMR Annual Discussion Meeting, Leipzig, September 10-13, 2018

The settlement of Leipzig was first mentioned about 1.000 years ago by the Bishop of Merseburg.
Here, two ancient trading routes crossed: the Via regia (east/west) and the Via imperii (north/south).  

Trading was always in the focus of the Leipzigers, and 1165 the right to hold markets was established. Until our modern days Trade Fairs dominate the life of Leipzig. 

Model of the old University church in front of the new building

Since the old days, Leipzig is a city of music, art, poetry and intellectual life.

The University was founded in 1409 as Alma Mater Lipsiensis. Today, 30 000 students are enroled at Leipzig University.

Chemical Labs were established in 1840. Wilhelm Ostwald received Nobel Prize in 1909. In a Golden time, scholars as Heisenberg, Hund, Bloch, Debye and Bonhoeffer were interacting. The first NMR experiment in Germany was conducted by Lösche and Pfeiffer in 1951 in Leipzig.

EPR Meeting of the "SP 1601" Group

The final symposium of the "EPR Schwerpunktprogramm"SP 1601" will be part of this FGMR Meeting.

See "Program" .

Speaker of the DFG priority programm of EPR key aspects "Sp 1601" is Prof. Marina Bennati.

For details see webpage spp1601.de

letzte Änderung: 17.10.2017

Universität Leipzig
Fakultät für Chemie und Mineralogie
Johannisallee 29
04103 Leipzig

Organisation
Prof. Jörg Matysik

Telefon: 0341-97-36016
Telefax: 0341-97-36115
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Prof. Andreas Pöppl

Telefon: 0341-97-32608
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Sekretary
Frau Uta Zeller

Telefon: +49-341-97-36100
Telefax: +49-341-97-36115
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Conference Office
located in Lecture Hall Nr. 03-218
open from Monday 15:00 till end of Conference

Web Administration
Dr. M. Findeisen

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WiFi

 - EDUROAM with individual logins

-  special Guest-WLAN during conference will be available, details will be offered at conference office.

Aufbaustudium"Analytik & Spektroskopie"

Nach dem postgradualem Aufbaustudium "Analytik & Spektroskopie" sind Teilnehmer mit einem Hoch- oder Fachhochschulabschluss in Chemie oder verwandten Fächern berechtigt, zur Berufsbezeichnung den Zusatz "Fachchemiker (Fachingenieur) für Analytik und Spektroskopie" zu führen.

Weitere Informationen hier.