Hermann Staudinger Lectures
The Hermann Staudinger Lectures are a series of talks initiated by the School of Soft Matter Research in 2008. FRIAS invites international Nobel laureates to give a lecture in Freiburg two to three times a year. The lecture series is named after Nobel Laureate Hermann Staudinger who taught at the University of Freiburg from 1926–1951 and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1953.
Staudinger's groundbreaking elucidation of the nature of the high-molecular weight compounds he termed Makromoleküle paved the way for the birth of the field of polymer chemistry. Staudinger himself saw the potential for this science long before it was fully realized. He was appointed a Professor at Albert-Ludwig University Freiburg in 1926 and founded the first polymer chemistry journal in 1940. In 1953 Staudinger received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discoveries in the field of macromolecular chemistry.
|Title & Description||Date||Time||Location|
|22nd Hermann Staudinger Lecture with Nobel Laureate Paul Nurse “Controlling the Cell Cycle”||Dec 14, 2016||04:15 PM - 05:30 PM||Lecture Hall Pathology/Anatomy, Albertstr. 19|
|23rd Hermann Staudinger Lecture with Nobel Laureate Hiroshi Amano||Mar 16, 2017||04:15 PM - 05:30 PM||Lecture Hall Pathology/Anatomy, Albertstr. 19|