At the Institute for Molecules and Materials, we are directly involved in Bachelor's and Master's programmes in physics and (bio)chemistry and we employ and educate more than 150 PhD candidates. Our students work side by side with the top scientists at our institute and make use of our state-of-the-art facilities.
Bachelor's and Master's programmes
We're involved in the teaching activities of the Education Institute for Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy (WiNSt) and of the Education Institute for Molecular Sciences (MW).
By doing an internship at one of our research departments you can experience what it is like to do research. You will work together with top scientists at our institute and make use of our state-of-the-art facilities. Our research ranges from fundamental to industrially relevant science and from experimental to theoretical research.
The research field of the institute for Molecules and Materials is broad, and so are the subjects of related courses and research projects. The behaviour of materials in the strongest magnetic fields on earth, manipulation of single atoms with the tip of an atomic force microscope, the construction of lifelike chemical reaction networks are just a few examples of the multidisciplinary research that is done within the institute.
IMM employs more than 150 PhD candidates, who are directly involved in our multidisciplinary research and can make use of our unique research facilities. Our Graduate School provides an educational environment for talented young researchers, consisting of courses, colloquia and symposia.