CeNS offers a wide range of activities and benefits for more than 200 CeNS associates. Workshops, seminars, colloquia and lecture series are organized on a regular basis. Student initiated events like Science Rocks! are strongly encouraged and supported. International exchange programs and soft-skill workshops complete the interdisciplinary program.
CeNS coordinates an annual international call for applications for open PhD positions within CeNS and gives students from all around the world the exciting opportunity to earn their PhD in an international environment of nanoscientists. Approximately 20% of the PhD students come from outside of Germany. In addition to the excellent offer of multidisciplinary research and education, they also enjoy being in one of Germany’s most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities. more...
PhD programs related to CeNS
There are several PhD programs in the Munich area involving CeNS members and associates, ranging from nanoscience to quantitative bioscience and molecular life sciences.
In addition, CeNS administrated the International Doctorate Program NanoBioTechnology (IDK-NBT) that ended in 2012. IDK-NBT was an international doctoral excellence program in NanoBioTechnology, funded by the Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB).
Upcoming events & latest news
CeNS meets Industry and CeNS summer party: July 11
Don't miss five fascinating insights into job opportunities outside of academia! more...
Physics of Living Systems Meeting, July 21-24
Grab your chance and apply for a CeNS Travel Award. Next application deadline: July 15, 2014. In 2013, twelve CeNS associates received a CeNS travel award. more...
The CeNS Student Representatives 2014 are: Klara Malinowska, Jochen Müller and Sonja Westermayer. Congratulations! We thank all candidates and all voters (voter turnout 51%)!