CeNS Center for NanoScience LMU Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
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CeNS offers a wide range of activities and benefits for more than 270 CeNS associates (PhD and Master's students, as well as postdocs). Workshops, seminars, and colloquia are organized on a regular basis. Student initiated events like Science Rocks! are strongly encouraged and supported. International exchange programs and professional skills workshops complete the interdisciplinary program. 

International Diversity

CeNS coordinates an annual international call for applications for open PhD and postdoc 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 Germanys most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities. more...

Doctoral programs related to CeNS

There are several doctoral programs and graduate schools in the Munich area involving CeNS members and associates, ranging from nanoscience to quantitative bioscience and molecular life sciences.

Upcoming events & latest news for CeNS Associates

2022 PhD/Postdoc exchange with University of Cambridge
If you are interested in participating, please contact  Opens window for sending emailSusanne Hennig by November 29.
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Initiates file downloadCeNS Annual Report 2020 online! Read about research and events in 2020 or get your hard copy from Opens window for sending emailClaudia Leonhardt.

Theodor Hänsch PhD Award  for Isabella Graf (AG Frey). Congratulations!

The CeNS Student Representatives 2021 are: Simone Ezendam, Pauline Kolbeck and Michael Scheckenbach. Congratulations! We thank all candidates and all voters!

CeNS Travel Awards - next application deadline: January 15, 2022 more...