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Here we cover all sorts of events and news from the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics

The IMPRS was successfully renewed until 2028

After a successful first period, the International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) at the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics has been positively evaluated and extended for another six years. It will support up to 35 Ph.D. students in the field of novel atomically engineered materials… more

Grundsteinlegung für Forschungsneubau in Halle

Das Max-Planck-Institut für Mikrostrukturphysik legt den Grundstein für den Erweiterungsbau und schafft somit neue Arbeitsplätze. more

Zhiyong Wang receives CGCA Young Researchers Award

Zhiyong Wang was honored with the CGCA Young Researchers Award 2022 for his excellent PhD work on the synthesis of organic two-dimensional (2D) materials. more

Prof. Stuart Parkin awarded a JSAP Fellow International

The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) announced Prof. Stuart Parkin as International Fellow for 2022 more

Experience science at first hand: Pupils from the Saaleschule Halle visit the MPI

Pupils visited the MPI in Halle as part of a science practical week. more

Multi-million euro grants from Brussels

12 Max Planck researchers win coveted ERC Advanced Grants more

Prof. Stuart Parkin stands in front of scientific equipment.

The European Research Council (ERC) has announced its new Advanced Grants for the year 2022. One of these coveted grants is awarded to Stuart Parkin. His ERC grant “SUPERMINT” will explore the science that could allow for a novel cryogenic racetrack memory that relies on the interplay between… more

Jagannath Jena receives the Otto Hahn Medal

Jagannath Jena receives the Otto Hahn Medal for advances in chiral spintronics more

Physicists show how frequencies can easily be multiplied without special circuitry

New publication in Science by Max Planck Fellow Georg Woltersdorf more

Female scientists at the Institute

The 8th of March marks the United Nations' International Women's Day. The Max Planck Institute celebrates the event by highlighting female researchers and their work. more

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