IMPRS alumna Laila Linke and IMPRS researcher Diana Scognamiglio have been highlighted by the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG), as female physicists of the week (Laila: week 12, Diana: week 35). Enjoy: https://www.dpg-physik.de/vereinigungen/fachuebergreifend/ak/akc/publikationen/physikerin-der-woche?set_language=en
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The German Astronomical Society (AG) awards the 2022 Doctoral Thesis Prize to our IMPRS alumna Dr Arshia Maria Jacob. In her dissertation, Arshia Jacob addressed fundamental, long-known but still largely unanswered questions about the physics and chemistry of the interstellar medium. She collected data for various molecules and combined the results from the terahertz range with long-wave [...]
Exciting news: IMPRS alumna Arshia Jacob not only received the Otto Hahn Medal of the Max Planck Society, but in addition their prestigious Otto Hahn Award, which comes with funding for an independent research group. This is the second Otto Hahn Award at our IMPRS (the other went to Bia Boccardi). Congratulations to Arshia and her [...]
Congratulations to our IMPRS board member Prof. Andreas Eckart for being awarded the Ernst Mach Medal 2021 for Merits in the Physical Sciences by the Czech Academy of Science. Prof. Eckart is teaching at our partner university of Cologne and has successfully supervised a significant number of PhD theses in the IMPRS.
IMPRS alumna Arshia Jacob has been awarded an Otto Hahn Medal for her thesis on "Small Molecules, Big Impact: Investigating hydrides in the interstellar medium". She did her thesis work in the Menten group and is now as a postdoc at John Hopkins University. Let's congratulate Arshia on this achievement.
Applications for IMPRS research contracts are now possible (Deadline Nov. 1st): https://blog.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/imprs/for-applicants/rmauersberger 2020-09-23T15:16:07+00:00
IMPRS alumnus Dr. Jae-Young Kim received the prestigious Otto Hahn Medal of the Max Planck Society for his Millimeter VLBI studies of the relativistic jet in the giant radio galaxy Messier 87. Congratulations!
IMPRS alumnus Andrew Cameron received the Otto Hahn Medal of the Max Planck Society for his thesis on pulsar searches.Congratulations!
Our new call for applications is open: https://blog.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/imprs/for-applicants/ Deadline November 3rmauersberger 2019-09-20T12:16:51+00:00
For our Nov 15th deadline we received 120 applications from highly qualified and motivated students. 55 of those have been selected and invited for interviews via Skype. Those interviews will be coducted the second and third week of January 2019.