The Working Group of German University Professors for Chemistry promotes science and research in the field of chemistry as well as the formation of suitable young scientists. The tasks and activities of the ADUC include statements on the development of chemistry in research and teaching at universities, the planning and organization of the chemistry lecturers' conference, the awarding of the Chemiedozententagung ADUC and the coordination of courses with the conference of the chemistry departments.
The ADUC was founded in 1897 as an association of laboratory boards at German universities and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1997. The ADUC has been a Working Group in the GDCh since 1999.
Short link to this page: www.gdch.de/aduc
Anyone who supports the tasks and goals of the ADUC and holds a C4 / C3 or W3 / W2 professorship in the field of chemistry at universities, technical universities or comprehensive universities can become a member of the ADUC.
Joint statement by GDCh, DBG, MNFT, ADUC, KFC and KMathF on the establishment of teaching professorships or lecturer positions (June 2007)
Recommendation for the establishment of structured doctoral programs in chemistry - A joint recommendation by ADUC, KFC and GDCh (March 2007)
Habilitation or junior professorship - what do those affected say? A survey by the German Chemical Society among post-doctoral candidates and recently post-doctoral candidates in chemistry
The junior professorship and the train of time. Editorial by Klaus Funke (Bunsen-Magazin 03/2002)
Chair: S. Herres-Pawlis
dr Carina Kniep
Phone: +49 69 7917-499
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