Doctoral and microscopy seminars of the GDCh Division of the Chemistry of Construction Materials

PhD seminar 2023 (31.05.-02.06.2023 in Weimar)

registration form

The doctoral seminar BAUCHEMIE 2023 is open to all topics from the fields of chemistry, mineralogy and building materials. Contributions on the methodological approach, innovative models and effective strategies are welcome. The linking of chemical-mineralogical and engineering-technical questions serves as a basis for the identification of new research goals. The discussions about the short presentations should give suggestions for the progress of the doctoral project and for cooperation. Between the lectures there is space for intensive exchange and personal contact.

Date: 31.05.-02.06.2023
Venue: European Youth Education and Meeting Center in Weimar
Participation fees: 150 euros per person (flat rate for participation, accommodation, meals, supporting program, conference documents)
Participants: max. 15 people
Contact: Dr.-Ing. Stephan Partschefeld

microscopy seminars

Lichtmikroskopische Analyse eines WDV-
Putzsystems nach Impakttest

The aim of the microscopy seminars organized by the Division of the Chemistry of Construction Materials is to convey and apply qualitative and quantitative microscopic techniques to mineral raw materials, cement clinker, ceramics, binders, additives, concrete, mortar and composite systems.

2022: flyer/program

PhD seminar 2017


After the successful events from 2007 to 2011 in Weimar, the Division of the Chemistry of Construction Materials was able to hold a conference this year from 11.-13. May at the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences - Technology and Economics again offer a seminar for doctoral students. The focus of the 2.5-day meeting, in addition to the visit to the Sika headquarters in Stuttgart and the visit to the Stuttgart 21 construction site, was the seminar with specialist presentations on the current research topics of the participants.
After the lectures, there was time for an intensive exchange between the participants and with the supervising professors. In the final workshop, in addition to the first steps after the doctorate, career planning and application, the current area of conflict between scientific work and taking on teaching tasks during the doctorate was discussed and discussed with Dr. Saskia Oehmichen openly discussed as a representative of the "NextStep" platform of Deutsche chemistry of construction materials .
Organization & implementation: Prof. Dr. Karsten Schubert (Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences), Prof. Dr. Friedlinde Götz-Neunhoeffer (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg & Chairwoman of the Division of the Chemistry of Construction Materials).

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