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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Mathematisch-Naturwissen­schaft­liche Fakultät - Advanced Materials

Graduate School "Advanced Materials"

The graduate school “Advanced Materials” offers doctoral students in the interdisciplinary research field of novel materials and systems for electronic and optoelectronic structured support to attain excellent professional qualification and competent assistance for their career development.

Investigating modern and emergent functional materials with up to now inaccessible optical, electronic, mechanical, and chemical properties is part of the long-term strategic development for the Department of Physics and the Department of Chemistry. In addition to basic analysis, the materials will be evaluated with regard to their applicability in electronic, optoelectronic and renewable-energy converting devices and their technological implementation will be initiated. The complex physical and chemical properties of particular materials as well as their capabilities and constraints are subject of current research and development and will remain so in the long term.

The graduate school therefore focuses on the close interaction between physics and chemistry, experiment and theory, as well as fundamental and application-related aspects during the interdisciplinary education with new research approaches. The establishment of the graduate school is consequently a natural but essential component of the long-term strategic development concept. Comprehensive specialist and multidisciplinary offers, coordinated supervision as well as international cooperation will guide doctoral students towards excellent research and professional qualification.



Opening Event

The Opening Event of the Graduate School “Advanced Materials” will be in an electronic format at the end of March.

This is to comply with the rules of Humboldt-Universität in response to the spreading of Covid-19.

We look forward to welcoming our new members, and stay healthy!

Best wishes,
Norbert Koch
Spokesperson of GS-AM