"Coffee with Max Planck" seminar series

Directions
  • Start: Jan 14, 2021 14:00
  • End: Feb 25, 2021 14:00
  • Speaker: Selected group leaders from the MPIE
  • Location: Virtual Talks
"Coffee with Max Planck" seminar series

Welcome to our “Coffee with Max Planck” seminar series! Starting Jan, 14th group leaders from the MPIE’s four research departments will hold weekly lunch-time seminars on their hot-topics.

The seminars target early career researchers and those aspiring to be - from postgrad to postdoc, who are affiliated to one of the following institutions: EPFL, Grenoble Inp, KU Leuven, TU Delft, Imperial College, King’s College, UCL.

A “Coffee with Max Planck” seminar combines a 45min online-seminar by one of our group leaders, with a chance of applying for a 1,000€ travel award. The travel awards will give you the chance to visit the MPIE, experience our academic infrastructure, present your research and receive mentoring from one of our group leaders. Seven travel awards each worth 1,000€ will be awarded. Details on the application process will be given during the seminars.

Please register here until Jan, 10th to receive the link for the seminars. You will automatically be sent the link to all seminars but can choose to participate in those most relevant to your research field.

Have a look at the topics and speaker below. Click on the speaker to see the research group.

Jan, 14th 2021 at 2pm

Atom probe of frozen liquids.

Dr. Baptiste Gault & Dr. Ayman El-Zoka

 

Jan, 21st. 2021 at 2pm

From macro to nano with one button: comprehensive 2D and 3D microstructure characterization by electron diffraction techniques in the SEM.

Dr. Stefan Zaefferer

Jan, 28th 2021 at 2pm

Corrosion at the quantum level.

Dr. Mira Todorova & Dr. Sudarsan Surendralal

Feb, 4th 2021 at 2pm

Machine learning of defects in laves phases.

Dr. Christoph Freysoldt & Dr. Tilmann Hickel

Feb, 11th 2021 at 2pm

Nano- & micromechanics of materials: From fundamentals to application.

Dr. James Best & Dr. Hariprasad Gopalan

Feb, 18th 2021 at 2pm

Materials for energy applications.

Prof. Christina Scheu

Feb, 25th 2021 at 2pm

Hydrogen detection at high spatial resolution and sensitivity: A kelvin probe approach.

Dr. Michael Rohwerder

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