Research Group Leopold
Dezember 2022: Dominic Iannitto (Bachelor) and Riccarda Müller (Master) recieve the Studienpreis Analytische Chemie from the GDCh. Congratulations Dominic and Riccarda!
July 2022: The study info film "Everything is Chemistry" is now ONLINE. We especially thank the many contributors of the IABC. Have fun watching it!
July 2021: We congratulate Dominic Brucker for his successful PhD defense!
April 2021: We congratulate Maria Schalthauer for her successful PhD defense!
January 2021: Dominik Blaimer receives the "Absolventenpreis 2020" of Fachgruppe Analytische Chemie of GDCh. Congratulation Dominik!
October 2019: The Editorial Board of Spectrochimica Acta B has awarded the paper entitled "Investigation of the atomization mechanism of gold nanoparticles in graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry“ by Anja Brandt and Kerstin Leopold with 2nd Best Paper Award 2018. The award was given at the Special SAB session at SciX2019 in Palm Springs, CA, USA.
September 2019: Dominic Brucker receives the 2. Poster Award at the CANAS meeting in Freiberg. Congratulation Dominic!
March 2019: Anja Brand receives the 2. poster award at the ANAKON 2019 meeting in Münster. The title of the awarded poster is "Investigation of the atomization mechansim of gold nanoparticles in graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry". Congratulation Anja!
March 2018: Alexander Przewodnik receives the 2. Poster Award at the CANAS/ESAS meeting in Berlin. Congratulation Alex!
June 2017: We congratulate Jessica Huber for her successful PhD defense!
April 2017: The latest research on "Sizing gold nanoparticles using graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry“ is featured on the Cover of JAAS (Leopold et al., J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 32 (2017) 723–730)
Juli 2016: Anja Brandt receives the 3. Poster Award at the ISEAC 39 (International Conference Series on Environmental and Food Monitoring) in Hamburg. Congratulation Anja!
Februar 2016: Kerstin Leopold has been awarded the Mileva Einstein-Maric Price for her outstanding involvement in the fields of Research, Teaching and University Self-Administration and at the same time reconciling her work with family life. Congratulations!
June 2015: Maria Schlathauer was awarded a 3-year doctoral grant from the Deutschen Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU). Her subject is the "Development of Test Stripes with catalytic active Nano Gold Layers for the identification of Mercury Traces with Atom Fluorescence Spectrometry and Plasmon Resonanz Spectrometry". Congratulation Maria!