Lieseberg-Kolloquium


© 2017 Carlos Romero Nieto

C. Romero-Nieto Research Group

                  
                         Welcome to the Romero-Nieto Research Group

PhD position available: The Romero-Nieto group is looking for a motivated PhD student with a solid background in organic/organometallic synthesis to develop a research project in close collaboration with the Department of Neurosurgery of the University of Heidelberg. The goal of the project is the synthesis of novel molecules for biomedical applications. The candidate should be highly proficient in written and spoken English and possess a recent MSc degree. The position is open and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Electronic applications including CV with list of publications (if applicable), summary of the Master thesis and a 1-2 pages motivation letter should be submitted to Dr. Romero-Nieto: phosphaphenalene@gmail.com
Master positions available: 
Topic: Synthesis of organophosphorus materials for biomedical applications. The project will be developed in close collaboration with the Department of Neurosurgery of the University of Heidelberg.
Topic: Synthesis of organophosphorus materials for novel light-emitting applications. The project will be developed in close collaboration with the InnovationLab, Heidelberg.

The group pursues a wide program of experimental research to meet the nowadays challenges of materials science; our major motivation is to develop new multifunctional materials. 

To that end, through a multidisciplinary approach, we merge the organic and inorganic synthesis to prepare tailored phosphorus-based materials and investigate their physico-chemical properties, from the nano to the macroscale.

At the University of Heidelberg, the group has access to a broad array of techniques to fully investigate novel materialsas well 
as to unambiguously comprehend their behavior.




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List of speakers for the summer semester will be presented in April