We're happy to announce the 5th International Symposium of JSPS Core-to-Core Program on “Molecular Recognition Mechanism between Flexible Molecules”, which will take place at TU Berlin from 16th to 20th October 2023.
The preliminary program:
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After 12 years of work (bachelor thesis, master thesis, student assistant, PhD student) in our group at QOQ, Martin successfully defended his PhD thesis on 07/07/2023.
Therefore, we are very happy and send our congratulations to the newly graduated Dr. Martin George.
Peter joined the QOQ and wrote his master thesis on diamondoid radical cations. The university of Edinburgh, where he studied, awarded his thesis titled "Infrared Photodissociation Spectroscopy and Quantum Chemical Calculations of Diamondoid Radical Cations" as an outstanding academic achievement in the MChemPhys Chemical Physics Final Year…
Our colleagues Parker Crandall and Taarna Studemund attended ISMS (International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy) in Urbana/Champaign (IL) this year and each gave a talk.
Furthermore, Taarna was awarded the Snyder Award last year for her talk titled "Si2O2+ - PHOTODISSOCIATION & OPTICAL ABSORPTION PROPERTIES", which was handed over to her in…
Successful participation at the Bunsen Conference 2023 in Berlin with the following contributions
An astrochemical perspective on Radioactive Molecules - A. Breier, Kassel/DE, T. Giesen, Kassel/DE
Microhydration of the pyrrole cation (Py⁺) revealed by IR spectroscopy: Ionization-induced rearrangement of thehydrogen-bonded…
Attendance at the DPG Spring Meeting SAMOP 2023 was successful with the following contributions:
Optical properties of the Si2O+ cation — •Emil Mickein, Taarna Studemund, Kai Pollow, Marko Förstel, and Otto Dopfer
Optical Absorption and Photodissociation Properties of SinOm+ — •Taarna Studemund, Marko Förstel, Kai Pollow, Emil Mickein,…