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  • 2013/05/10

    Entwicklungsleiter für die Herstellung von nanofluidischen Separationsmembranen

    Ausschreibung

  • 2013/05/06

    CSI Papers of the Month April 2013

    The following CSI publications are published CSI Papers of the Month April 2013. Congratulations to the authors. go

  • 2013/05/02

    Neue Karrierewege nach der Promotion

    An der TU finden universitäre Forschung und industrielle Anwendung zueinander

    Mit einem neuen Modell zur Förderung der Karrierechancen promovierter Ingenieure und Ingenieurinnen hat die TU Darmstadt zwei Nachwuchsgruppen an der Schnittstelle von Forschung und Anwendung gegründet. weiter

  • 2013/05/01

    May 2013 at the CSI

    CSI Calendar Image for May

    Prof. Dr. Dieter Bothe, Dipl.-Ing. Christian Focke go

  • 2013/04/23

    Alexander Duchmann wins AIAA paper award

    “2013 AIAA Best Student Paper” for publication on laminar research

    The publication “In-Flight Transition Delay with DBD Plasma Acutators” by Alexander Duchmann et al. has been named as recipient of the “2013 AIAA Best Student Paper” by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). The prize is endowed with 500 Dollars. The paper was presented during the 51st AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting. go

  • 2013/04/23

    Lecture by Robert Style, 24.04.13

    “Droplets on squishy surfaces”

  • 2013/04/19

    Ph.D. Position in Experimental Microfluidics

    Information

  • 2013/04/19

    Prof. Dr. Jürgen Saal offered a chair at the University of Düsseldorf

    Prof. Dr. Jürgen Saal, professor at the Center of Smart Interfaces (CSI) since 2010, has been offered a full professor appointment at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf. Congratulations! go

  • 2013/04/17

    Water as molecular “dating agent”

    Lecture by Prof. Dr. Nico van der Vegt on April 16th, 2013

    What drives a hydrophobic interaction and what drives a hydrophilic interaction between two molecules in water? The basic physical principle of these two molecular interactions – enabling vital processes within the cell – has not yet been fully understood. go

  • 2013/04/16

    Research on Laminar Flow of the Drag and Circulation Group

    Second exhibition in the foyer of L2|06 opened

    Topic of the second exhibition in the foyer of L2|06 is the research on laminar flow of the Drag and Circulation group. A selection of photos is accompanied by additional information about the research and the location and s ready to be visited. go