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G-RISC Lectures Dr. Silina

Lecture Series given by docent Dr. Yuliya Silina on “ The big help of the small organic-inorganic hybrids: from mass spectrometry on a chip to nanobiosensors” online and at Faculty of Fundamental Physical and Chemical Engineering, Moscow State University ( www.msu.ru/en/ ) and in Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences (IPCP RAS), Chernogolovka. ( www.icp.ac.ru/en/ ) Three lectures on May 11-13, 2021: 16:00h CET Further details

Apr 30, 2021

7th G-RISC Virtual Seminar

The next G-RISC Virtual Seminar will be held on Wednesday March 24, 2021 (14:00 MSK, 12:00 CET): Prof. Dr. Svetlana Santer (University of Potsdam, Experimental Physics): “Light triggered manipulation of colloids" Dr. Joachim Jelken (University of Potsdam, Experimental Physics): "Surface Relief and Bulk Birefringence Gratings in Photo-Sensitive Polymer Films - in-situ Probing and Manipulation in Real Time" Dr. Evgenii Titov (University of Potsdam, Theoretical Chemistry): “Probing nonadiabatic dynamics of azobenzene photoswitches with surface hopping calculations” Dr. Yury Ryabchikov (HiLASE Centre, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences): "Properties and Applications of Silicon-Based Nanostructures". If you are interested to join, you must register before March 23, 2021  here . You will receive upon registration the access link to the Webex-based Meeting.

Mar 15, 2021

Hosts for Researchers from Germany in Russia

G-RISC encourages and supports research visits of Germans to Russia. Here, you find a list of research groups that are willing to host research stays of Germans: link

Dec 25, 2020

Coronavirus and G-RISC Mobility

The current situation of the pandemic coronavirus affects all scientific life and mobility including Russian-German collaborations. G-RISC encourages all funded people to limit their activities to a minimum, so that spreading of this disease is minimized and we can get back to normal life as soon as possible. Some funded projects in the first semester 2020 (January-June 2020) might need to be rescheduled to a later date. Please stay for this in close touch with the G-RISC Office (E-Mail: office@g-risc.org ).

Mar 13, 2020