Three out of 25 postgraduate students promoted by the Gutenberg Academy are doing research at the Physics Institute
The Gutenberg Academy celebrated the appointment of 14 new junior members at a festive occasion on April 28 at the Johannes Gutenberg University. Two of these are currently working at the Physics Institute:
Grad. Phys. Stephan Köhler is working on his doctoral thesis on the subject: "Simulation and Modelling of the adsorption characteristics of fibrinogen" under the supervision of Univ.-Prof. Dr. Friederike Schmid.
Grad. Phys. Daniel Rost who is carrying out his doctoral research study on: "Exact Quantum Monte Carlo Methods for correlated electron systems” guided by Prof. Dr. Nils Blümer.
Since 2013, Grad. Phys. Raoul Malm, a current Ph. D. student with Prof. Dr. Mathias Neubert, THEP-working group at the Physics Institute, has been a junior member of Gutenberg Academy, thus the Physics Institute counts three active members among the 25 junior academy designees.
The Gutenberg Academy offers intensive support and a stimulating working atmosphere to extraordinary artists or Ph. D. students at the Johannes Gutenberg-University for their further individual development as well as the possibility of an interdisciplinary exchange and networking with the help of sponsorship provided by senior academy members, as well as mentoring programs guided by renowned people out of science, economy, politics and society. The junior academy members further profit from a financial support by the academy, including the attendance of workshops and conferences or collaboration with renowned laboratories.
Further information about the Gutenberg Academy and its members can be found on the website of Gutenberg-Akademie and in the press release of the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz.