Published on Tue, 11 Nov 2014
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A handful of scientists at TU Dresden will be very excited tomorrow: Research associates at the Chair for Radio Frequency Engineering are tensely observing the landing of space probe ‘Philae’ on the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67P/C-G).
Read more … First Landing on a Comet – with TU Dresden onboard
Published on Fri, 07 Nov 2014
Next week cfaed will go through the "Grand Professor Week" again. The GPW is one of the most important tools of the cluster's diverse career development program and is carried out twice a year. The current event will take place from 10 to 14 November 2014. Four of our Grand Professors will be on site: Prof. James Cordy, Prof. Helene Kirchner, Prof. Heinrich Meyr and Prof. Itamar Willner. The upcoming GPW will include an Exhibition and a PhD Students Welcome Day.
The GPW starts on Monday with two scientific talks: Prof. Michael Schröter, cfaed Carbon Path Leader, will talk about "CNTFET-based HF electronics - State-of-the-art and future prospects". cfaed Grand Professor Itamar Willner will introduce us to “DNA Nanotechnology: From Basic Concepts to Potential Applications”.
Please check the final version of schedule:
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Published on Thu, 06 Nov 2014
Save the date!On 24 November the event series "Helmholtz&Uni" has a stopover in Dresden. The panel discussion will reflect on the future of the German science landscape. What kind of cooperation will optimally support research at universities?
The panel centers a top-class row of leading heads:
Published on Mon, 03 Nov 2014
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For the third time in a row, a students team of TU Dresden yesterday reached the second place at an international science contest in Harvard (USA): Under the supervision of cfaed research group leader Dr. Thorsten-Lars Schmidt, twelve students of the BIOTEC master's programs 'Molecular Bioengineering' und 'Nanobiophysics' took part in the annual ‘Harvard Biomolecular Design Competition’ (BIOMOD) in Boston. The interdisciplinary team ‘Dresden DNAmic’ uses the DNA-Origami-technique to create a nanometer-sized photonic circuit with the helices of the genetic code carrier and gold nanoparticles.
Read more … B CUBE / BIOTEC Team ‘Dresden DNAmic’ successful at the International BIOMOD Contest in Harvard
Published on Fri, 24 Oct 2014
A team including cfaed investigator Prof. Hermann Härtig came in third at this year’s IT-Security prize awarded by the Horst Görtz Foundation. Every other year, a jury of IT-experts awards the prize for innovations in the areas of IT-security, cryptography, system and network security as well as defense of cyber attacks.
Read more … Fifth German Prize for IT-Security 2014 - cfaed Investigator Receives Prize for Security of Mobile End Devices
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