Congratulations to Dr. Richard Kerber to his PhD. Richard handed in his thesis „Numerical Study of the Interaction between Orbital Angular Momentum and Plasmonic Nanostructures“ last year and defended in January 2019. He will be awarded his PhD in the official ceremony on February 1st, 2019. During his PhD studies Richard has published three papers in high-ranked journals, performed research in London, gave tutorials, organized the PhD-student-seminar and much more. We wish Richard all the best for his future!
The Bachelor-Master Day is supposed to bring you students in contact with the working groups at the department and thus show you the possible subject areas for bachelor and master theses.
At first, a brief talk by the Student Council gives an overview of the rules in the exam regulations and the compulsory optional modules in the master's programm. After that, the main part of the event takes place: the poster sessions in the IG1 foyer. There, all working groups have the opportunity to present their group, areas of work and possible topics for bachelor and master theses.