Massenspektroskopie Seminar: Prof.em. Dieter Gerlich: "Recent applications of low temperature ion traps"


Mittwoch 17. Mai 2017

16:00, Neuer Hörsaal

Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie, Bremen


Prof.Em. Dieter Gerlich, Technische Universität Chemnitz

Recent applications of low temperature ion traps in spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, and cold chemistry



Dieter Gerlich is a world-renowned scientist in the field of physics and chemistry of trapped ions and ion-molecule reactions ( ). He received his Diploma in Physics as well as his Ph.D. from the Albert Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (C. Schlier). After a Post-Doctoral appointment at the University of California at Berkely, USA (Y. T. Lee), and Habilitation in Freiburg, he accepted a professor position at the TUC in 1993. Since his retirement in 2009, he is actively engaged in several laboratories, especially in Prague, Basel, and Köln. In 2012 he was awarded the SASP Erwin Schrödinger Gold Medal 2012 for his outstanding contributions to ion chemistry and astrophysics. An important foundation for his scientific achievements has been the development of innovative instruments using radiofrequency ion guides and cryogenic ion traps.

There will be a small reception with wine and cheese after the seminar (sponsored by Bruker Daltonics and Thermo Fisher Scientific).

The Bremen Mass Spectrometry Seminar hosts monthly talks on mass spectrometry technology and applications. For more information about the Seminar and upcoming speakers, please visit here


Bremen Mass Spectrometry Seminar is an open seminar with monthly invited talks on mass spectrometry covering both technology and applications. The aim of the Seminar is to establish a discussion and networking platform in the Bremen area and to strengthen reputation of Bremen as the capital of mass spectrometry.





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