Join the Team
- Join the team - BSc / MSc / doctoral theses
This page offers some general guidelines on how to join the research group of ) projects, many in connection with other institutions (currently: Stanford University/USA, Eötvös University/Hungary, University of Georgia/USA, Université de Bordeaux/France, Weizmann Institute/Israel and others) such as:in the at the Justus-Liebig University Giessen, Germany. There are several types of short- and long term (
Study projects (Studienprojekte und Vertiefungspraktikum): Short projects, carried out preferrably during the semester breaks (no lectures) for periods of 1 – 6 months either as part of your studies (BSc, MSc chemistry and materials sciences) or because you’d like to jump right into your own research project that is embedded within the group’s . Interested? Please ask the (doctoral students and postdocs) directly or contact .
Bachelor’s and Master’s Theses: We continuously offer timely research projects in the area of , , and (mostly carbenes) for . A trademark of our group is that we combine experiment and using large computer clusters. Interested? Please ask the (doctoral students and postdocs) directly or contact .
Doctoral / PhD Theses: We are continuously recruiting new graduate students working on a variety of . Our group is quite ; if you are highly motivated, with a solid background in organic chemistry, and a good command of German or English, we encourage you to apply by sending the usual documents (CV and research interests) and an individual cover letter. Please ask about the availability of fellowships or teaching assistant positions.
- B. Sc. and M. Sc. theses
Generally (but not necessarily), our efforts combine experiment and theory. We continuously have openings for B. Sc. and M. Sc. students. The topics asking for "additional hands and brains" are briefly outlined in the pdf files below. More information (but somewhat harder to digest...) is available in original research papers that you can access under "Publications" on the left.
Have a look and talk to us - and think about developing and bringing along your own ideas!