Specialization: Chemical Synthesis and Spectroscopy
This discipline is one of three specializations included in the Master's Degree Progam in Molecular Sciences .
During a master in “Chemical Synthesis and Spectroscopy” you will deepen you understanding in synthetic methods, experimental set-up, purification and analysis.
A master project in “Chemical Synthesis and Spectroscopy” is generally experimental in nature and project technologies typically include chemical synthesis, synthetic method development and spectroscopic studies. These may be combined with methodologies from other disciplines such as computational modeling. Projects can be chosen from thematic areas like “Drug Discovery and Design”, “Functional materials” and “Catalysis”. Master students will be integrated into ongoing research projects with inter- or intradepartmental collaborations, under the guidance of thesis advisors with interdisciplinary expertise. The commercial potential of these areas of applied research is high, with the generation of novel intellectual property.
|Term||10 ects||10 ects||10 ects|
|1. semester Autumn||
|2. semester Spring||
KJE-3201 Bioinorganic chemistry
|3. semester Autumn||
|4. semester Spring||
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See page 9 in the Study plan
|University of Freiburg||Tyskland|
|University of Hamburg||Tyskland|
|University of Santiago de Compostela||Spania|
|University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour||Frankrike|
|University of Szeged||Ungarn|
|Thomas More University of Applied Sciences||Belgia|
|University of Strasbourg||Frankrike|
|Riga Technical University||Latvia|
|Philipps-University of Marburg||Tyskland|
|Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin||Polen|
|Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main||Tyskland|
|Brno University of Technology||Tsjekkia|