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Master courses & tutorials

Course Aufbau technischer Werkstoffe

(WS/2 SWS, 4MAB31100V, Mondays starting on 14/10/2019, 10:15-11:45, PB-A 401)

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Julian Müller, Prof. Dr. Benjamin Butz

Exercises Aufbau technischer Werkstoffe

(WS/2 SWS, Tuesdays starting on 15/10/2019, 16:00-17:30, PB-A 342/1)

Supervision: Dr.-Ing. Julian Müller, M.Sc. Katharina Esleben

Fachlabor Werkstofftechnik/Lab Course Werkstofftechnik

(WS/3 SWS, 4MAB99060V, starting on 09/10/2019, 16:15-17:45, H-F 107/108)

Contact (Administration): Dr.-Ing. Arne Ohrndorf

Course Electron Microscopy in Materials Science (Elektronenmikroskopie)

(WS/2 SWS, 4MAB33200V, Tuesdaysstarting on 08/10/2019, 12:15-13:45, PB-A 406)  Contact: Dr. Yilmaz Sakalli

Wahlpflichtfach Mikro- und Nanoanalytik in der Materialforschung/

Minor field of study Micro- and Nanoanalytics for Materials Science

(6 SWS)

Video conference room for EM courses


Master module (MSc-MWWT & MSc-Tec catalogue) as a minor field of study, which deals with the state-of-the-art characterization and manipulation of materials and devices on the sub-µm down to the atomic scale by fast electrons and ions. 

Brief description of the new module

REM-VL: Zoom Videokonferenzraum

Contact: Prof. Dr. Benjamin Butz

Seminar Werkstoffwissenschaftliches Seminar

(WS/2 SWS, 4MAC39100V, Tuesdaysstarting on 15/10/2019, 8:00-9:45, PB-A 342/1)

  • Detailed Information for participants provided ONLINE (PW during introductory meeting)
  • Presentations open to students and staff! Topics and schedule

Contact: Prof. Dr. Benjamin Butz

Seminar Applications and new methods of advanced electron microscopy

(WED, 11:00-12:15, PB-A 223/2)

We offer our open seminar Applications and new methods of advanced electron microscopy with various topics on a weekly basis. We would like to invite all interested studends as well as staff to participate.

Please do not hesitate to contact Prof. Benjamin Butz directly for any kind of questions.

Aktualisiert um 13:09 am 30. Dezember 2019 von Jonas Stötzel