Our Mission: The core scientific goal of the MPI CPfS is to work at the forefront of modern solid state chemistry and physics. A particular focus is on the interface between the two fields of research. Key open questions include understanding the interplay of topology and symmetry in modern materials, maximizing control in materials synthesis, understanding the nature of intermetallic compounds, and studying giant response functions at the boundary between the metallic and superconducting states. This fundamental research provides the basis for future application-oriented work.
Claire Donnelly has been awarded a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). She is the Lise Meitner Group Leader of Spin3D at the MPI CPfS and will use the grant to explore the effects of three dimensionality on quantum nanomaterials.
Organizers: Liu Hao Tjeng (MPI CPfS), Bernhard Keimer (MPI FKF, Stuttgart), Dirk Manske (MPI FKF, Stuttgart) September 26, 2023 - September 29, 2023 Location: Max-Planck-Institute f. Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden
The local gender equality officers are elected for four years by the employees of the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids. According to the MPGs’ working council agreement, they are committed to gender equality and gender sensititvity.
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In 2018 the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science received the Work-Life Balance Certificate for the fifth time (after 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015). The quality seal from the company berufundfamilie GmbH is valid for three years and honors family friendly employers.