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Seminar - The “Centre for Molecular Water Science” (CMWS)

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May 22, 2019 14h • Amphitheater of SOLEIL

Gerhard GRUBEL

(Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg, Germany)

 

The “Centre for Molecular Water Science” (CMWS) shall bring together key experts from different areas of water-related sciences aiming to achieve a detailed molecular understanding of water. This includes the dynamic processes in water and at water interfaces which are highly relevant for chemistry, biology, earth and the environment as well as for technology. The scope of the centre will range from studies of the fundamental properties of water (in the gas phase, the liquid, supercooled liquid and/or amorphous ice state) to its role in real-time chemical dynamics (solvation) and biochemical- and biological reactions (physiologically bound water). It will also cover water in geo- and astrophysical processes and in nanoscience and technology (corrosion, heterogeneous catalysis).

 

Entrance formalities:

Free access in the auditorium of the Reception building.
If the manifestation takes place in the main building thank you for providing an ID card (to exchange at the reception for an access pass)

 

Contact: Sandrine Vasseur