The University of Strasbourg is pleased to announce a new combined MSc and PhD program in Complex Systems Chemistry. Motivated students wishing to start an MSc should apply by April 1, 2018, with classes starting in September. MSc students will receive financial assistance for living and travel and will be eligible for funded PhD fellowships. To apply and for more information, go to grad-csc.unistra.fr .
Jean-Pierre Sauvage, James Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa, all co-recipients of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, gave back-to-back-to-back talks in Strasbourg. Joseph had the pleasure of introducing Jean-Pierre! You can watch the event online.
Top foreign students as well as French nationals can obtain a fellowship to do a PhD in our group by applying here. Please contact Dr. Moran as soon as possible since the deadline is November 15, 2016.
Congratulations to friend and senior colleague Jean-Pierre Sauvage for being a co-recipient of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry! He received the award jointly with Prof. Fraser Stoddart and Prof. Ben Feringa for the development of molecular machines. Jean-Pierre becomes the third Nobel Laureate in Chemistry at our institute! See story.
Celebrating with our newest Nobel laureate, Prof. Jean-Pierre Sauvage, October 2016
Our institute is now home to two Nobel laureates in chemistry. Congratulations to Prof. Karplus on this amazing achievement!
Here are some pics of the labs (8 hoods, benches and desks, plus an instrumentation room). They are beautiful but empty. Help fill them up starting in September!
View from the full wall lab window.
Version 1.0 of the website is now up. The lab will launch in September.