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School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof


SALSA, the Graduate School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof,was established at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in 2012 in the framework of the German Excellence Initiative. The program offers a structured, three-year period of multidisciplinary research combined with an integrated curriculum in Analytical Sciences.



 News

15.02.2018: Our Alumna Dr. Dimitra Gkogkou was nominated for and represented SALSA at the Dissertation Prize Adlershof

Yesterday, our Alumna Dr. Dimitra Gkogkou represented SALSA at the Dissertation Prize Adlershof which was awarded for one of three outstanding dissertations in the year 2017. Dimitra presented her dissertation topic "Plasmonic nanostructures 'shining' new light on biosensing". She has done her doctoral research at the ISAS Berlin and at the Department of Chemistry at Technical University Berlin, defending and graduating in physics last summer with summa cum laude.Her SALSA supervisors were Prof. Norbert Esser and Prof. Peter Hildebrandt.

While Dr. Raul Garcia Diez (PTB/TU) ultimately won the Adlershof Dissertation Prize, Dimitra's nomination included a 500 Euro award and constitutes an honor in itself. We are very proud of Dimitra having been nominated as one of only three young scientists on all of Campus Adlershof - congrats!

Dimitra Gkogkou, photo: HU

More information on the event including abstracts of the talks can be found -> here.

06.02.2018, 11 am: Lecture by Prof. Dr. Martin Elsner

As part of the lecture series "Adlershofer Kolloquium Analytik", BAM and SALSA are pleased to present a lecture by Prof. Dr. Martin Elsner (Technische Universität München, Institute for Hydrochemistry; Chair of Analytical Chemistry and Water Chemistry & Helmholtz Zentrum München – Research Center for Environmental Health) on February 6th, 11 am.

Prof. Elsner will speak on the topic "Advancements in Compound-specific Isotope Analysis (CSIA): Perspectives for Studying Reaction Mechanisms in Complex Systems". The lecture is chaired by SALSA speaker Prof. Dr. Janina Kneipp (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) and SALSA-PI Dr. Rudolf Schneider (Federal Institut for Materials Research and Testing, BAM).

The lecture takes place at BAM:

Federal Institut for Materials Research and Testing (BAM),

Branch Adlershof, Building 8.05, Lecture Hall

Richard-Willstätter-Straße 11
12489 Berlin

You can find more information and an abstract here.

20.12.2017: Congratulations to SALSA Fellow Gisa Meißner on defending her thesis!

Today on December 20th, our Fellow Gisa Meißnersuccessfully defended her thesis for her project "Heterogene Katalyse an einem amorphen Lewis-sauren Aluminiumfluorid zur Aktivierung von C-F- und C-Cl-Bindungen".

Gisa has done her doctoral research at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Department of Chemistry.

She graduated with an amazing summa cum laude with a doctoral degree from the Department of Chemistry at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Her SALSA supervisors were Prof. Dr. Thomas Braun (HU Berlin) and Prof. Dr. Erhard Kemnitz (HU Berlin).

Congratulations, Gisa, this is an amazing achievement!

19.12.2017: Congratulations to SALSA Fellow Oleksandra Kuzmich on defending her thesis!
18.12.2017: SALSA poster session with awards for SALSA 7th cohort Fellows Nur Selin Kaya and Öznur Aglar

Following our yearly tradition for the holiday season, SALSA held a poster session at the HU Departments of Chemistry and Physics' seminar building on December 18th. Our jury consisted of both our speakers, Prof. Dr. Janina Kneipp and Prof. Dr. Ulrich Panne, as well as SALSA professor for Micro- and Nanoanalytics, Prof. Dr. Kannan Balasubramanian, and our Head of the SALSA Photonics Lab, Dr. Zsuzsanna Heiner.

Our 7th cohort Fellows Nur Selin Kaya and Öznur Aglar won this year's poster awards:

Nur Selin could convince our jury with her presentation and was awarded for best poster presentation, while Öznur Aglar showed the scientifically most interesting and original content and was thus awarded for best poster. Congrats, Nur Selin and Öznur!

Nur Selin Kaya,

photo: HU, Daniel Pasche

Öznur Aglar,

photo: HU, Daniel Pasche

12.12.2017, 4:30 pm: Lecture by Prof. Dr. Maria Montes-Bayón

As part of our lecture series this winter semester, we are pleased to host a lecture by Prof. Dr. Maria Montes-Bayón (Department oPhysical and Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Universidad de Oviedo) on December 12th, 4:30 pm.

Prof. Montes-Bayón will speak on the topic "Combined Analytical and Bioanalytical Strategies to Address the Cellular Uptake and Management of Pt Drugs: A Focus on Cell Resistance". Her abstract reads as follows:

"Among antitumor drugs, cisplatin (cis-diamminedichloroplatinum (II)) is one of the most extensively used in cancer treatment, either alone or in combination with other drugs. However, intrinsic and/or acquired cellular resistance is one important drawback preventing its wider therapeutic use. The chemotherapeutic action of cisplatin is based on its capacity to damage DNA by covalently binding to N7-guanine residues, generating different types of adducts, such as those originated by inter and intrastrand crosslinks. Tumors can become resistant to cisplatin by a variety of processes, such as decreased uptake/influx or increased efflux of the drug; low apoptosis capacity due to hypermethylation of gene promoters; increased DNA repair activity and/or increased DNA adduct bypass activity. Since most of these processes are ultimately associated with the prevention of cisplatin–DNA adduct formation, or with their fast removal from the exposed DNA, the accurate detection and quantitation of Pt cellular uptake and formation of DNA adducts may be a valuable tool in the early prediction of resistance.

In this work we will revise the different strategies developed along the years in our research group that combine analytical methods with biological response parameters to address Pt response in cell models (sensitive and resistant to the drug respectively). In this regard, the evaluation of Pt uptake from different Pt-containing drug will be conducted using bulk cell analysis and recently developed single cell experiments.1 In both cases, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) will be applied as the most sensitive Pt specific detector. In addition, the monitoring of Pt-DNA adducts in combination with multiple biological cell parameters such as apoptosis, cell cycle arrest, viability and DNA instability will be evaluated in order to obtain the best biomarker of resistance.2

1 M. Espina, M. Corte-Rodríguez, L. Aguado, M. Montes-Bayón, M. I. Sierra, P. Martínez-Camblor, E. Blanco-González and L. M. Sierra. Metallomics, 2017, 9, 564--574

2 M. Corte Rodríguez, R. Álvarez-Fernández García, E. Blanco, J. Bettmer, M. Montes-Bayón. Anal. Chem. 2017, 89, 11491−11497."

The lecture takes place at Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum, room 0'119, and starts at 4:30 pm. Guests are welcome to attend the lecture.

Best Poster Award at the International Conference on Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (Xiamen, China) for SALSA Fellow Zhiyang Zhang

07.12.2017: Science meets Business: Analytics on the Nanoscale

The Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences Adlershof (IRIS Adlershof) and Humboldt-Innovation is hosting the fifth "Science meets Business" meeting on December 7th. This year's topic area - Analytics on the Nanoscale - is especially interesting and SALSA speaker Prof. Janina Kneipp and SALSA-PI Prof. Kannan Balasubramanian were involved in the planning. Prof. Balasubramanian as well as SALSA Julia Lermontova-Fellow Dr. Zsuzsanna Heiner will give invited talks.

The event starts at 2 pm and takes place in Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum, room 0'119.

Check out the schedule and speakers here (in German).

Zsuszanna Heiner, photo: HU

Follow-Up:

Dr. Heiner gave a presentation on her current research in the SALSA Photonics Lab, titled "Watching molecules using sum-frequency vibrational spectroscopy at high repetition rate".

05.12.2017, 4:30 pm: Lecture by Dr. Susanne Schröder

As part of our lecture series this winter semester, we are pleased to host a lecture by Dr. Susanne Schröder (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt DLR) on December 5th, 4:30 pm.

Dr. Schröder will speak on the topic "Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) for Geochemical Analysis of Mars". Her abstract reads as follows:

"The first extraterrestrially employed LIBS instrument is ChemCam on NASA's Marsrover Curiosity, which has been successfully analyzing materials on the martian surface since the rover's landing in August 2012. Since then, the rover drove more than 17 km. ChemCam is composed of two instruments: a LIBS instrument for assessing the chemistry of targets in distances of up to 7 m and a Remote Micro- Imager (RMI) that provides high resolution context images. The LIBS measurements require relatively little time and energy, enabling that ChemCam data is taken almost on a daily basis on Mars. So far, over 500,000 ChemCam LIBS spectra of soils and rocks were recorded in Gale craters, analyzing more than 15,000 different spots and taking more than 7400 RMI images."

The lecture takes place at Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum, room 0'119, and starts at 4:30 pm. Guests are welcome to attend the lecture.

28.11.2017, 4:30 pm: Lecture by Prof. Dr. Roderich D. Süssmuth

As part of our lecture series this winter semester, we are pleased to host a lecture by Prof. Dr. Roderich D. Süssmuth (Technical University Berlin, Biological Chemistry) on November 28th, 4:30 pm.

Prof. Süssmuth will speak on the topic "Snake Venomics: Fascination and Fear".

The lecture takes place at Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum, room 0'119, and starts at 4:30 pm.

Guests are welcome to attend the lecture.

Two  poster prizes at SciX 2017 and Research Forum Adlershof for SALSA Fellow Carlos Abad Andrade

Carlos Abad Andrade, photo: HU, Daniel Pasche  

Our 7th cohort Fellow Carlos Abad Andrade won the poster prize award at the SciX 2017 conference, organised by FACSS in Reno, USA. This is the main poster prize of the 44th Annual North American Meeting of the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Socities.

Carlos presented a poster and a lecture on "Stable isotope amount ratio analysis by using high-resolution continuum source graphite furnace molecular absorption spectrometry" and won the rather prestigious award for "excellent presentation of particularly significant innovative analytical research".

He also won the poster prize of the Research Forum Adlershof, an event organised jointly by Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, IGAFA and WISTA Management within the framework of the Berlin Science Week, only a couple of weeks later.

Carlos joined SALSA in October 2016 and is working on a project on "Development of new analytical methods for fluroine determination using High Resolution Continuum Source Molecular Absorption Spectrometry (HC-CS-MAS)".

Congrats, Carlos!

27.10.2017, 3 pm: Lecture by Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Yukihiro Ozaki

SALSA has the honor of hosting Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Yukihiro Ozaki, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan, for a lecture.

Photo: HU, Daniel Pasche                                                   

Prof. Ozaki will speak on the topic "The mechanism of surface enhanced Raman scattering and its application".

The lecture takes place at Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum, room 0'119, and starts at 3 pm.

Guests are welcome to attend the lecture and a small reception at ESZ afterwards.

SALSA speakers announce "Make & Measure" initiative

In time for the fifth anniversary of GSC 1013 School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof (SALSA), the speakers of the project announce the Make & Measure initiative, a joint effort by SALSA PI and other researchers from the Berlin and Potsdam region in order to secure funding for future research dedicated to Analytical Sciences.

                                                     SALSA speakers Prof. Janina Kneipp and Prof. Ulrich Panne. Photo: HU, Matthias Heyde

The initiative is being launched in spite of the latest decision of DFG to not support further the pre-proposal for a cluster of excellence “Make & Measure - Driving Analytical Sciences”, a project that would have been an ideal environment for such research throughout the period of 2019-2025.

“Also without collaborating with such a successful cluster right away, SALSA will remain what it has become over the last years, a place where graduate students, postdoctoral and advanced researchers from chemistry, physics, biology and other fields interact, discuss, learn, and teach Analytical Sciences” says Janina Kneipp.

In order to acquire funding for research projects, the initiators, together with numerous researchers in Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Universität Potsdam, and international partners are planning to engage in a variety of efforts dedicated to multidisciplinary collaboration and graduate education in the framework of SALSA. Ulrich Panne emphasizes “Non-university partners on campus and in Berlin in general are important partners of HU. Analytical Sciences are an integral part of Adlershof, of its history and its bright future as Analytic City.”

13.10.2017: SALSA Fellow Christian Heck will represent Berlin-Adlershof and Potsdam in the Falling Walls Lab Finals on November 8th

How can we make identification of diseases via blood sample testing more precise? SALSA Fellow Christian Heck is working towards a possible solution. On October 10th, he won the regional contest Falling Walls Lab Adlershof on October 10th with his 3-minute pitch „Breaking the Wall of Biomarker Sensing“.

Christian Heck. Photo: HU, Ralph Bergel

Further information:

Falling Walls Lab

Falling Walls Conference

Berlin Science Week

HU Science Week

Christian works on a collaborative project of Humboldt-Universität, the Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing (BAM) and the University of Potsdam. He uses a refined SERS and DNA Origami combination technique to identify single protein molecules in test measurements. This method, further developed, may allow for an identification of small quantities of certain molecules in human blood and thus support diagnostics in the future.

As the winner of the regional contest, Christian will represent Berlin-Adlershof in the international Falling Walls Lab Finals on November 8th. He is one of only 100 young researchers, entrepreneurs and change agents who get the chance to pitch their ideas to an international jury. The three winners of the finals will each receive a money prize and present their projects in the framework of the main Falling Walls Berlin 2017 conference.

04.10.2017: Congratulations to SALSA Fellow Mona Sharar on defending her thesis!

Today on October 4th, our Fellow Mona Shararsuccessfully defended her thesis for her project "Molecular and Elemental MS and MSI for Monitoring Oxidation Processes in Tissue".

Mona has done her doctoral research at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Department of Chemistry and at the Universidad de Oviedo.

She graduated with magna cum laude with a doctoral degree from the Department of Chemistry at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Her SALSA supervisors were Prof. Dr. Michael Linscheid (HU Berlin) and Prof. Dr. Maria Montes-Bayón. (Universidad de Oviedo).

Mona is only the second fellow of the 4th cohort to defend. Congratulations, Mona!

Mona Sharar, photo: HU

04.10.2017: Congratulations to SALSA Fellow Barbara Gonzalez on defending her thesis!

On September 28th, our Fellow Barbara Gonzalez successfully defended her thesis for her project "A spectroscopic approach towards drug-receptor interactions: from understanding to analytical applications".

Barbara has done her doctoral research at the Technische Universität Berlin, Department of Chemistry and at the Zuse-Institut Berlin.

She graduated with magna cum laude with a doctoral degree from the Department of Chemistry at Technische Universität Berlin. Her SALSA supervisors were Prof. Dr. Peter Hildebrandt (TU Berlin) and Dr. Marcus Weber (ZIB).

Congratulations, Barbara!

Barbara Gonzalez, photo: HU

19.09.-21.09.2017: SALSA Summer University "Make and Measure in Analytical Sciences 2017"

In this year's SALSA Summer University, we want to continue our debate about Make & Measure. Make and Measure is a major guiding theme in the area of Analytical Sciences and in SALSA.

The theme is a prerequisite for understanding the function and dynamics of complex systems in chemistry, biology and materials sciences on the atomic and molecular scale. A synergistic and interdisciplinary integration of making new selective and sensitive chemical structures and designing new instruments and principles to measure will advance our comprehension of chemical systems, and their changes. In their work, analytical scientists have been working on making measurable what has not been before e.g., by designing new sensing structures and probes. Being able to combine different synthesis and detection approaches and to comprehend the underlying physico-chemical principles will help to solve future problems in many areas, such as biodiagnostics, proteomics, and chemical imaging.

All afternoon lectures during the SALSA Summer University are open to the public and take place on Campus Adlershof at Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum (HU Berlin). Find more details on the lectures here.

01.09.2017: Congratulations to SALSA Fellow Jonas Baumann on defending his thesis!

And the defenses keep on coming: On August 30th, our Fellow Jonas Baumann successfully defended his thesis.

Jonas has done his doctoral research at the Department of Physics at Technische Universität Berlin and at the Department of Chemistry at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

He graduated with (also!) an amazing summa cum laude with a doctoral degree from the Department of Physics at Technische Universität Berlin. His SALSA supervisors were Prof. Birgit Kanngießer and Prof. Klaus Rademann.

Congratulations, Jonas!

Jonas Baumann, photo: HU

01.09.2017: Congratulations to SALSA Fellow Felix Rösicke on defending his thesis!

On August 8th, our Fellow Felix Rösicke successfully defended his thesis.

Felix has done his doctoral research at the Department of Chemistry at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, at the ISAS Berlin and at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB).

He graduated with an amazing summa cum laude with a doctoral degree from the Department of Chemistry at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. His SALSA supervisors were Prof. Christoph Arenz and Dr. Karsten Hinrichs.

Felix is the first SALSA Fellow from the 4th cohort to graduate, and, incidentally, the first male SALSA Fellow to do so. Congratulations, Felix!

Felix Rösicke, photo: privat

Two more publications for SALSA Fellow Seyed Mohsen Jebreiil Khadem
Save the date, 29.06.2017: IRIS Symposium 2017 coming up

The Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences IRIS Adlershof invites to the one-day symposium IRIS 2017:

Date:        Thursday, June 29, 2017
Location:   Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum, Raum 0'119
                Rudower Chaussee 26, 12489 Berlin

The focus is on ideas for the further development of IRIS on the topics of Charge Density Control, Analytical Sciences, Matters of Computation and Matters of Activity.

The symposium will end with a BBQ at Gerdan's Café. All SALSA Fellows are invited to attend! Our speaker Prof. Janina Kneipp will host a panel on Analytical Sciences, during which Prof. Kannan Balasubramanian (Micro- and Nanoanalytics, SALSA/Department of Chemistry) will present as well.

Check out the schedule -> here.

07.06.2017: SALSA Julia Lermontova-Fellow in Optical Microspectroscopy and Head of the SALSA Photonics Lab, Dr. Zsuszanna Heiner, publishes in APL Photonics

Dr. Zsuzsanna Heiner,

photo: HU

Dr. Zsuzsanna Heiner heads our SALSA Photonics Lab and in this framework has been working on a new setup. We are proud to report that her work within the SALSA Photonics Lab has led to a paper in APL Photonics, Volume 2, Issue 6, titled "Compact, high-repetition-rate source for broadband sum-frequency generation spectroscopy".

Dr. Heiner's paper presents a high-efficiency optical parametric source for broadband vibrational sum-frequency generation (BB-VSFG) for the chemically important mid-infrared spectral range at 2800–3600 cm−1 to study hydrogen bonding interactions affecting the structural organization of biomolecules at water interfaces. The source consists of a supercontinuum-seeded, dual-beam optical parametric amplifier with two broadband infrared output beams and a chirped sum-frequency mixing stage providing narrowband visible pulses with adjustable bandwidth. Utilizing a pulse energy of only 60 μJ from a turn-key, 1.03-μm pump laser operating at a repetition rate of 100 kHz, the source delivers 6-cycle infrared pulses at 1.5 and 3.2 μm with pulse energies of 4.6 and 1.8 μJ, respectively, and narrowband pulses at 0.515 μm with a pulse energy of 5.0 μJ. The 3.2-μm pulses are passively carrier envelope phase stabilized with fluctuations at the 180-mrad level over a 10-s time period. The 1.5-μm beamline can be exploited to deliver pump pulses for time-resolved studies after suitable frequency up-conversion. The high efficiency, stability, and two orders of magnitude higher repetition rate of the source compared to typically employed systems offer great potential for providing a boost in sensitivity in BB-VSFG experiments at a reduced cost.

The paper can be found here.

07.06.2017: Congratulations to SALSA Fellow Nahla Abdelshafi on defending her thesis!

On June 7th, our Fellow Nahla Abdelshafi successfully defended her thesis „Immunoanalytical Methods for the Determination of Cocaine Including Colorimetric and Electrochemical ELISAs and their Implementation on a Microfluidic Chip“.

Nahla has done her doctoral research at the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM).

She graduated with cum laude with a doctoral degree from the Department of Chemistry at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Her SALSA supervisors were Dr. habil. Rudolf Schneider and Prof. Ulrich Panne.

Congratulations, Nahla!

Nahla Abdelshafi,

photo: HU

19.05.2017: Congratulations to SALSA Fellow Lydia Olejko on defending her thesis!

On May 19th, our Fellow Lydia Olejko successfully defended her thesis "Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET)-based nanophotonics using DNA origami structures".

Lydia has done her doctoral research at the Department of Chemistry at Universität Potsdam and at the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM).

She graduated with magna cum laude with a doctoral degree from the Department of Chemistry at Universität Potsdam. Her SALSA supervisors were Prof. Ilko Bald and Prof. Hans-Gerd Löhmannsröben.

Congratulations, Lydia!

Lydia Olejko,

photo: HU

12.05.2017: Congratulations to Dimitra Gkogkou, the first SALSA Fellow to defend with summa cum laude!

Today, our Fellow Dimitra Gkogkou successfully defended her thesis "Anisotropic plasmonic nanoparticle arrays for surface-enhanced biosensors".

Dimitra has done her doctoral research at the ISAS Berlin and at the Department of Chemistry at Technical University Berlin.

She defended and graduated in physics with a stunning summa cum laude.Her SALSA supervisors were Prof. Norbert Esser and Prof. Peter Hildebrandt.

Congratulations to Dimitra, this is an amazing achievement!

Dimitra Gkogkou,

photo: HU

Visit of the Vice President for Finance, Human Resources and Operations at Campus Adlershof on May 16th, two fellows representing SALSA!

For the upcoming visit of Vice President for Finance, Human Resources and Operations, Dr. Ludwig Kronthaler, at Campus Adlershof next week two of our doctoral students were selected to present their research during a Science Slam Gong Show! Dimitra Gkogkou from the second cohort - who incidentally will also defend her thesis on May 12th (!) - will be talking about "Advancing analytical sciences and biosensing" and Shirin Usmani from the sixth cohort will give a talk about "Wood protection with nanoparticles".

Dimitra Gkogkou,

photo: HU

Shirin Usmani,

photo: HU

Thanks for representing SALSA, Dimitra and Shirin!

Save the date/call for applications: Falling Walls Lab Adlershof

This year on July 5th the Humboldt-University is going to host a regional Falling Walls Lab prior to the international Falling Walls Conference which is to take place in Berlin in November. The event will take place in the Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum. The Falling Walls Lab is a new challenging, inspiring and interdisciplinary format for bright young minds. It offers the opportunity to excellent young academics and professionals to present their outstanding ideas, research projects and initiatives.

Each participant is asked to present his/her work in 3 minutes. A prestigious jury from science and business awards the best participant who qualifies directly for the Lab Finale in Berlin on November 8th, 2017 as one of about 100 international and interdisciplinary participants.

The FWLA organizational team is looking for outstanding talents and innovative thinkers. Especially encouraged are PhD students and postdocs from HU Berlin, Campus Adlershof, and postdocs at associated research institutes.

Closing date for applications: June 9th, 2017.

Please check the website of the Falling Walls Lab Adlershof, the HU-hosted website of the Falling Walls Lab or ask the Falling Walls Lab team for information via Email.

Save the date: Colloquium with Cecilia Noguez on „Plasmonic Modes in Nanoparticles and Radiative Heat Transfer”, 22.06.2017

On June 22nd, ISAS presents a Colloquium on the topic „Plasmonic Modes in Nanoparticles and Radiative Heat Transfer” with Cecilia Noguez from Universidad Nactional Autónoma de Mexico, Cd. México, MÉXICO.

The colloquium will start at 2 pm.

Location: ISAS-Berlin, Schwarzschildstraße 8, 12489 Berlin; Lecture Hall (room 218)

Please also check the invitation of ISAS to this colloquium.

Save the date: Career event for students in the field of optics/photonics

The career event "Working in Photonics in Berlin" will take place on June 20th, 2017 at Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum. This event encourages the exchange of information between students and companies/institutes in Berlin and fosters career planning. Short presentations will present fields of activity and career options related to optics and photonics. Students will then have the opportunity for an informal talk with representatives from industry, university and research institutes. The event is cost-free and addresses physics students (Bachelor, Master, and doctoral students) as well as postdocs and young professionals. Together with BerlinOptik as well as the OSA/SPIE Student Chapter, the event is organized by students and postdocs from HU and supported by Kompetenznetzwerks OpTecBB. Please also visit the call for applications to the career event until June 9th, 2017 and the website of Berlin Optik.

Colloquium with Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kristina Tschulik on „An Electrochemist’s Approach to Generate, Characterize and Apply Micro- and Nanoscale Materials”, 22.05.2017

On May 22nd, ISAS presents a Colloquium on the topic „An Electrochemist’s Approach to Generate, Characterize and Apply Micro- and Nanoscale Materials” with Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kristina Tschulik, Faculty of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ruhr-University Bochum.

The colloquium will start at 2 pm.

Location: ISAS-Berlin, Schwarzschildstraße 8, 12489 Berlin; Lecture Hall (room 218)

Please also check the invitation of ISAS to this colloquium and the abstract of Jun.-Prof. Dr. Tschulik of her topic.

15.05.2017: IP-Day Adlershof on intellectual property, licensing and patents, organised by IRIS Adlershof and Humboldt-Innovation

On May 15th, HU organizes an "IP Day" to inform researchers on intellectual property and patent rights. The program includes various talks by experts and will be held in German. Details can be found here.

The IP Day will start at 12:45 pm.

Location: Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum, Rudower Chaussee 26, 12489 Berlin; Lecture Hall (0'119).

12.-14.05.2017: I, Scientist - a conference on gender, career paths and networking for women (and men!) in science

SALSA is collaborating with the upcoming 'I, Scientist' event, a conference on gender, career paths and networking. Talks include a keynote by Prof. Dr. Emmanuelle Charpentier, Director at the Max Planck Institute of Infection Biology, Berlin,an open talk by Anke Domscheit-Berg, entrepreneur, activist and publicist, and various specialist talks and panels with female experts from all fields of science. Our SALSA speaker Prof. Dr. Janina Kneipp will also host an expert table during the networking dinner.

You can find the conference program here.

While parts of the program are exclusively for female scientists, we highly recoomend the section on why men should attend the open program.

The event takes place n Berlin-Dahlem (details on venues here).

10./11.05.2017: Innovation Workshop Transfer Lab

On an interdisciplinary level and by offering an instructed creative process, the Innovation Workshop Transfer Lab develops innovations in Berlin society and economy. Lateral thinking is being instructed for 1.5 days. Participants develop ideas and concepts and learn more about various creative techniques and problem-solving strategies. They are based on concrete problems presented by the local company GEFOMA GmbH, an engineering consultant who is specialized in the planning and construction of greenhouses.

Especially encouraged to participate are scientists and Master students from HU Berlin (all fields of study).

The event takes place on

May 10th, 2017  from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and

on May 11th  from 10:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

at IRI Life Sciences,

Philippstr. 13, House 18,

Maud-Menten-Saal (3rd floor),

10115 Berlin.

Please also check the website for further information about the innovation workshop.

25.04.2017: Upcoming event: Lecture with Dr. Mark Lohmann, Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) on April 25th

On April 25th, SALSA presents a Lecture on the topic „Risk Perception and Risk Assessment - an important bundle for scientific policy advice” with Dr. Mark Lohmann, Unit Risk Research, Perception, Early Detection and Impact Assessment at the Department Risk Communication, Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR).

The lecture will start at 3 pm.

Location: Lecture Hall 0'101 at Erwin Schrödinger Zentrum, Rudower Chaussee 26, 12489 Berlin.

Details on the event including an abstract can be found here.

20.04.2017: SALSA Fellow Christian Heck publishes in ACS Photonics

Many of our SALSA Fellows are currently publishing their first (or subsequent) papers. We like to acknowledge as many as we can, and today, we can proudly report that SALSA Fellow Christian Heck just published his first paper on "Gold Nanolenses Self-Assembled by DNA Origami" in ACS Photonics.

Christian's research is a collaborative project between University of Potsdam, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; his PIs at SALSA are Prof. Ilko Bald (University of Potsdam, BAM) and Prof. Janina Kneipp (Department of Chemistry at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin). The paper can be found here.

Congrats, Christian!

07.04.2017: SALSA and the group for Micro- and Nanoanalytics are looking for personnel

We are currently advertising two positions.

The SALSA-affiliated group for Micro- and Nanoanalytics is looking for a technical assistant. Please apply until 10.05.2017 (deadline has been extended!) and refer to the job advertisement (in German).

The SALSA office is looking for an office assistant. Please apply until 28.04.2017 and refer to the  to the job advertisement (in German). For this position, you can also apply via Email (please attach all necessary documents in one pdf) to salsa@hu-berlin.de.

30.03.2017: Congratulations to Wan-Ing Lin, the first SALSA Fellow to defend her thesis at Humboldt-Universität!

On March 28th, our Fellow Wan-Ing Lin successfully defended her thesis "Enhanced Raman Scattering of Molecular Monolayers ".

Wan-Ing has done her doctoral research at the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences at ETH Zurich and at the  Department of Physics at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

She graduated with magna cum laude with a doctoral degree from Humboldt-Universität, Department of Chemistry, Analytical and Environmental Chemistry. Her SALSA supervisors were Prof. Renato Zenobi and Prof. Jürgen Rabe.

Congratulations!

29.03.2017: Best Poster Award for our SALSA Fellow Youngeun Choi

Spring is here and conference season in full swing. We are sure there'll be more to come, but the first one this spring to congratulate upon a poster award is Youngeun Choi! She won an award at the First European/10th German BioSensor Symposium for her poster on "Using DNA origami nanostructures for amplifying signals generated in microbead-based assay for microRNA detection".

Youngeun's research is a collaborative project between University of Potsdam und Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg.

Her PIs at SALSA are Prof. Ilko Bald from University of Potsdam and Dr. Ute Resch-Genger from Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM).

Congrats, Youngeun!

28.03.2017: Writing Clinic with Prof. Renato Zenobi, ETH Zurich

On March 28th, our PI Prof. Renato Zenobi will visit SALSA to give a lecture for SALSA Fellows on how to effectively write a paper. Prof. Zenobi has been associated editor of the ACS Journal Analytical Chemistry since 2010 and will offer advice on the eternal questions we face when writing papers: How do you effectively write a good paper? What should you be careful with? What is the editor perspective of the publishing mechanism?

The lecture will take place in room 219/220, Albert-Einstein-Str. 5-9, 12489 Berlin-Adlershof, at 4:30 pm.

28.03.2017: Upcoming event: Colloquium with Prof Dr. Jörg Bettmer: „Recent developments in single particle/ cell ICP-MS

On March 28th, BAM presents a Colloquium on the topic „Recent developments in single particle/ cell ICP-MS” with Prof Dr. Jörg Bettmer, Universidad de Oviedo, Departemento de Quimica Fisca y Analitica.

The colloquium will start at 2 pm.

Location: Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung- und prüfung, Richard-Willstätter-Str. 11, 12489 Berlin, Building 8.05/ Lecture Hall

Please also check the announcement of BAM of this colloquium.

07.03.2017: Upcoming event: Colloquium with Prof Dr. Michael Kumke: „L³-Luminescence, Lanthanides and Life Science Applications

On March 7th, BAM presents a Colloquium on the topic „L³-Luminescence, Lanthanides and Life Science Applications” with Prof Dr. Michael Kumke, Universität Potsdam, Departement of Chemistry.

The colloquium will start at 2 pm.

Location: Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung- und prüfung, Richard-Willstätter-Str. 11, 12489 Berlin, Building 8.05/ Lecture Hall

Please also check the announcement of BAM of this colloquium.

15.02.2017: First Lecture by Prof. Kannan Balasubramanian, new SALSA W3-professor in Micro- and Nanoanalytics

On February 8, 2017, SALSA-associated professor in Micro- and Nanoanalytics, Prof. Kannan Balasubramanian, held his first lecture at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Prof. Balasubramanian gave a talk on "Label-free electronic (bio)sensing using carbon nanotubes and graphene", introducing one research focus of his group at the Department of Chemistry and SALSA, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Kannan has already moved into our lab building with members of his group, Dr. Laura Zuccaro and doctoral fellows Anur Yadav and Nur Selin Kaya. We are thrilled to have Kannan working with us permanently and are looking forward to welcoming more members of his group in the coming months and years.

For more information on the research interests of Kannan Balasubramanian's group please visit the group webpage of Micro- and Nanoanalytics.

15.02.2017: Best Poster Award for our SALSA Fellow Gisa Meißner
Another award for one of our SALSA Fellows! This one goes to Gisa Meißner: She received the Best Poster Award at the 23rd winter fluorine conference 2017 in Clearwater, Florida, USA.

Her research topic and the distinguished poster discuss the C−F bond cleavage that can be regarded as a challenging reaction step which opens up new reaction pathways for the synthesis of chemical building blocks. New catalytic processes for the C-F bond functionalization of otherwise hardly accessible substrates are presented using nanoscopic aluminium chloro fluorides (ACF, AlClxF3-x x = 0.05 – 0.3). Interaction of HSiEt3 with the Lewis-acidic surface presumatly generates a silylium-like species, which activates the C-F bond to induce Friedel-Crafts type reactions. In contrast, when HGeEt3 is used as hydrogen source a dehydrofluorination occurs by C=C bond generation. A first insight on the modified ACF surfaces was obtained by MAS NMR spectroscopy and Pulse thermal analysis.

Gisa is doing her research at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin at the group of Prof. Erhard Kemnitz and the group of Prof. Thomas Braun.

14.02.2017 Upcoming Event: Lecture by Dr. Freek Ariese on "Depth analysis of non-transparent samples using time-resolved Raman spectroscopy"

Dr. Freek Ariese from LaserLab, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands will present a lecture about "Depth analysis of non-transparent samples using time-resolved Raman spectrocopy".

Date

Tuesday 14th February 2017

starting at 3:30pm

Location

Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum

Rudower Chaussee 26

12489 Berlin

Lecture Hall (Hörsaal) 0'119

Please also check our invitation to this lecture.

All guest are warmly invited to attend!

08.02.2017 Upcoming event: Colloquium with Prof. Kannan Balasubramanian on "Label-free electronic (bio)sensing using carbon nanotubes and graphene"

Prof. Kannan Balasubraminian will present a colloquium on the topic of "Label-free electronic (bio)sensing using carbon nanotubes and graphene" within the lecture series of the HU Department of Chemistry. This event will be his first public lecture at HU ("Antrittsvorlesung"). Prof. Balasubramanian holds a professorship in "Micro and Nanoanalytical Sciences" which has been recently established at the HU Department of Chemistry in cooperation with SALSA.

The colloquium will take place on Wednesday, February 8th, 3 pm.

Location: Lecture hall 0'07 in Walter-Nernst-Haus (Lehrraumgebäude, Newtonstr. 14, 12489 Berlin)

For further details on the colloqium, please check our announcement.

Best Poster Award for SALSA Fellow Carlos Zapata

Another award for another one of our SALSA Fellows! This one goes to Carlos Zapata: He received the Best Poster Award at the 4th International Conference on Molecular Simulation (ICM 2016) in Shanghai, China.

His results demonstrate counterion effects on the synthesis of molecularly imprinted polymers for fluorescent sensory microparticles.

Carlos is doing his research at the Zuse Institut Berlin in cooperation with the Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing (BAM).

14.12.2016 Upcoming event: Colloquium with Dr. Rüdiger Schmidt-Grund: „Ellipsometry in Leipzig - examples for applications and technical developments - special focus: magnetic Spinel's”

On December 14th, ISAS presents a Colloquium on the topic „Ellipsometry in Leipzig - examples for applications and technical developments - special focus: magnetic Spinel's” with Dr. Rüdiger Schmidt-Grund, Universität Leipzig, Faculty of Physics and Earth Sciences.

The colloquium will start at 2 pm.

Location: Lecture Hall ISAS-Berlin (Room 218), Schwarzschildstraße 8, 12489 Berlin

Please also check further information of ISAS on this colloquium.

06.12.2016 Upcoming event: Colloquium with Prof. Dr. Joachim Heberle: „Novel IR spectroscopic techniques to study proteins

On December 6th, ISAS presents a Colloquium on the topic „Novel IR spectroscopic techniques to study proteins” with Prof. Dr. Joachim Heberle, Freie Universität Berlin, Departement of Physics.

The colloquium will start at 3 pm.

Location: ISAS, Schwarzschildstr. 8, 12489 Berlin; Room 218

Please also check the further information of ISAS on this colloquium.

05.12.2016 Upcoming event: Colloquium with Dr. Christoph Cobet: „Quantitative detection of adsorbates at the solid-liquid interface during electro-catalytic reactions

On December 5th, ISAS presents a Colloquium on the topic „Quantitative detection of adsorbates at the solid-liquid interface during electro-catalytic reactions” with Dr. Christoph Cobet, Center of Surface and Nanoanalytics (ZONA), Johannes Kepler University Linz.

The colloquium will start at 2 pm.

Location: ISAS, Schwarzschildstr. 8, 12489 Berlin; Room 218

Please also check the further information of ISAS on this colloquium.

23.11.2016 Upcoming event: The Young Chemists Forum (JCF)  is hosting a session on possible career paths at German universities

On November 28th, JCF presents a session on possible career paths at German universities („Berufsbild Chemiker 'Juniorprofessor'”) with JProf Ilko Bald and JProf Thomas Körzdörfer, Universität Potsdam, Departement of Chemistry. The event will be held in German.

After the presentation you are welcome to talk to both presenters about their career paths and seek advice they might have for young researchers.

The event will start at 4:15 pm.

Location: Campus Potsdam-Golm, Haus 25, Room F.1.01

Please also check the German invitation of the JCF.

18.11.2016 SALSA is looking for a doctoral candidate in „Electrochemical (Bio)Sensing using Graphene with Integrated Microfluidics“, deadline November 30th

The closing date for applications on our doctoral fellowship is extended up to November, 30 2016. We decided to extent the closing due to the complexity of the required documents.

Further information about the group can be found on the homepage of Micro & Nano Analytical Sciences. Refer to the original annoucement for details.

A successful season for SALSA Fellows

Many of our Fellows attended their first big conference or published their first paper last summer.

Just two of many highlights:

Oleksandra Kuzmich got to present her research at the 21st International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC 2016) in Toronto, Canada. She gave a talk on metal labelling as a detection functionality for tri-functional capture compounds to detect protein targets of small molecules.

Oleksandra is doing her research in the group of Prof. Michael Linscheid at the Department of Chemistry, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, in cooperation with caprotec bioanalytics.

Seyed Mohsen Jebreiil Khadem published his first paper as first author in PHYSICAL REVIEW (E 94, 022407 (2016)). His paper asks: What information is contained in the fluorescence correlation spectroscopy curves, and where?

Seyed Mohsen is doing his research in the groups of Prof. Igor Sokolov at the Department of Physics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and of Prof. Hans-Gerd Löhmannsröben at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Potsdam.

02.11.2016 Congratulations to Yanlong Xing, our third SALSA Fellow to defend her thesis!

02.11.2016 Congratulations to Elena Pavlenko, our second SALSA Fellow to defend her thesis!

01.11.2016 Upcoming event: Colloquium with Prof Dr. Hans-Gerd Löhmannsröben: „Laser-Spectroscopy and Ion-mobility Spektrometry for (Bio)Chemical Sensors

On November 1st, BAM presents a Colloquium on the topic „Laser-Spectroscopy and Ion-mobility Spektrometry for (Bio)Chemical Sensors” with Prof Dr. Hans-Gerd Löhmannsröben, Universität Potsdam, Departement of Chemistry.

The colloquium will start at 2 pm.

Location: Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung- und prüfung, Richard-Willstätter-Str. 11, 12489 Berlin, Building 8.05/ Lecture Hall

Details in German can be found here.

26.10.2016 SALSA is looking for a doctoral candidate

SALSA is announcing a doctoral fellowship. We offer a structured, 3-year period of multidisciplinary research with an integrated curriculum in Analytical Sciences.

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