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DFG establishes 9 new research units
Date:2/11/2011

roup also intends to examine the relevance these mathematical tools have for the physics of complex structured materials, thus linking the group's research to condensed matter and statistical physics. The physicists involved will focus (among other topics) on analysing the distribution of galaxies within the universe and on studying mesoscopic structures in microemulsions. They will do so using the stochastic methods developed. The planned research, which includes a project involving researchers from Denmark, is particularly significant due to the exceptionally varied application opportunities for stochastic geometry in the analysis, modelling and simulation of microscopic and macroscopic geographical structures.

(Coordinating Institution: The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT): Coordinator: Professor Gnter Last)

A new Research Unit involving researchers working in the synthetic, spectroscopic and theoretical fields aims to explore and utilise the far-reaching opportunities provided by laser- and synchrotron-based radiation sources in answering chemical and biological questions. As its name ["Dynamik von Elektronentransferprozessen an bergangsmetallzentren in biologischen und bioanorganischen Systemen"] indicates, the group will investigate the "Dynamics of Electron Transfer Processes at Transition Metal Centres in Biological and Bioinorganic Systems". The group's research will focus primarily on time-resolved measurements. It has not, until now, been possible to perform these using conventional radiation sources. The group will examine chemical model systems which have already been well-researched in themselves, but which are expected to provide considerable new insights with the application of the new methods. The planned experiments, which will be carried out at various locations including Deutsche Elektronen-Synchotron (DESY), are intended to provide strong impetus to both the bioinorganic field and to biological research into metalloenzymes.
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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Source:Eurekalert

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