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Doctoral Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences Information
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Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Courses
Doctoral Studies in Inorganic Chemistry
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
529-0169-00LInstrumental AnalysisE-0 credits2SD. Günther
AbstractGroup seminar on elemental analysis and isotope ratio determinations using various plasma sources
Objective
ContentDevelopments in plasma mass spectrometry and alternative plasma sources
529-0198-00LMain Group Element and Coordination ChemistryE-0 credits2SH. Grützmacher
Abstract
Objective
529-0199-00LInorganic and Organometallic ChemistryE-0 credits2KC. Copéret, H. Grützmacher, D. Günther, M. Kovalenko, A. Mezzetti, A. Togni
Abstract
Objective
529-0455-00LLaser for Micro- and Nanostructuring Information W2 credits2VT. Lippert
AbstractIntroduction to the fundamentals of lasers and their applications with an emphasis on micro- and nano-structuring. Several applications which are still in the research state, will be discussed together with industrial applications, such as microlithography and laser welding. Other aspects are the materials that are applied in these applications, e.g. photoresists, and their functioning.
ObjectiveIntroduction to the fundamentals of lasers and their applications with an emphasis on micro- and nano structuring. Several applications which are still in the research state, e.g. non-optical lithographies, will be discussed together with industrial applications, such as microlithography and laser welding. Other aspects are the materials that are applied in these applications, e.g. photoresists, and their functioning.
ContentIntroduction to lasers, Overview of micro- and nanotechnology, microlithography, photoresists: classical types and new developments, laser cutting and welding, laser cleaning, laser ablation, polymer ablation: designed polymers, lasers and surfaces, laser spectroscopy, laser chemical vapor deposition, pulsed laser deposition (PLD), special materials by PLD, alternative structuring methods.
Lecture notesThe script (a copy of the slides) will be handed out during the first lecture.
Literature• D. Bäuerle, Laser Processing and Chemistry, 3rd ed., Springer Verlag 2000.
• D. B. Chrisey, G. K. Hubler, Pulsed Laser Deposition of Thin Films, John Wiley & Sons 1994.
• D. Schuöcker, High Power Lasers in Production Engineering, Imperial College Press 1999.
• E. Beyer, Schweissen mit Laser : Grundlagen, Springer Verlag 1995.
• L. F. Thompson, C. G. Willson, M. J. Bowden, Eds., Introduction to Microlithography, 2nd ed., American Chemical Society 1994.
• J. Mazumder, A. Kar, Theory and Application of Laser Chemical Vapor Deposition, Plenum Press 1995.
• W. Demtroeder, Laser Spectroscopy: Basic Concepts and Intrumentation, 3rd ed., Springer 2003.
• F.K. Kneubühl, M. W. Sigrist, Laser, Teubner Taschenbücher Physik, Stuttgart-Leipzig 1999
• FSRM, CD-ROM: An Introduction to the World of Microsystems, Neuchatel.
• Arbeitskreis Lasertechnik R. Poprawe, CD-ROM: Lasertechnik, Aachen.
• J. Gobrecht, Vorlesungsskript: Grundlagen der Mikro- und Nanotechnik, ETH Zuerich, WS 2001/2002.
Doctoral Studies in Organic Chemistry
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
529-0280-00LAnalytical Chemistry SeminarE-0 credits1KR. Zenobi
AbstractAnalytical Chemistry Seminar
ObjectivePresentation and discussion of current research topics in analytical chemistry
ContentPresentation and discussion of current research topics in analytical chemistry
529-0290-00LOrganic Chemistry (Seminar) Restricted registration - show details E-0 credits2SE. M. Carreira, J. W. Bode, P. S. Dittrich, D. Hilvert, H. Wennemers, R. Zenobi
Abstract
Objective
529-0299-00LOrganic ChemistryE-0 credits1.5KJ. W. Bode, E. M. Carreira, P. Chen, P. S. Dittrich, D. Hilvert, H. Wennemers, R. Zenobi
Abstract
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529-1100-00LFragrance ChemistryW1 credit1VP. Kraft
AbstractThe lecture provides a journey into the molecular world of scents from the chemical secrets behind Chanel N°5 to structure-odor relationships, industrial processes, and total synthesis of terpenoids. Each subunit is centered on one odorant family and highlights a certain class of chemical reactions, illustrated by prominent perfumery examples.
ObjectiveAfter completion of this lecture module the students know all the major perfumery materials of the important odor families with their academic and industrial syntheses, their olfactory properties, their usage, their historic perspective, and today's economic importance. The students can explain the significance of important building blocks and industrial transformations, and can estimate how attractive chemical processes are on large scale. They can retrosynthetically plan academic and industrial syntheses of fragrant compounds and terpenoids, and the acquired knowledge on structure-odor relationships enables them to predict and design new odorants. The students can approximate the conformational space of odorants and especially macrocycles on the basis of simple rules, and know how olfactophore models are used. The students understand and can explain the molecular mechanism of smell, the biosynthesis of terpenes, and the basics of perfumery composition. The latter enables them to further their education in perfumery at specialized Universities such as the ISIPCA in Versailles; yet, the student also knows about the links of Fragrance Chemistry with Pharmaceutical Chemistry and the Specialty Chemicals business in general.
LiteratureGünther Ohloff, Wilhelm Pickenhagen, Philip Kraft, 'Scent and Chemistry - The Molecular World of Odors', Verlag Helvetica Chimica Acta, Zurich, and Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2012, 418 pages, ISBN 978-3-90639-066-6.
Doctoral Studies in Physical Chemistry
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
529-0490-00LSpecial Topics in Theoretical ChemistryE-0 credits1SM. Reiher
AbstractWeekly seminar programme on special topics in theoretical and quantum chemistry. Talks delivered by PhD students and PostDocs as well as by external speakers.
Objectiveadvanced course for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows
Contentcurrent research topics in theoretical chemistry
Lecture notesnone
529-0460-00LComputer SimulationE-0 credits1SP. H. Hünenberger, S. Riniker
Abstract
Objective
Prerequisites / NoticeGroup meeting
529-0427-00LElectron Spectroscopy Restricted registration - show details W1 credit2SF. Merkt
AbstractGroup seminar on electronic spectroscopy, photoelectron spectroscopy, vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopy.
Objective
ContentGroup seminar on electronic spectroscopy, photoelectron spectroscopy, vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopy.
Prerequisites / NoticeParticipation to this seminar must be discussed with the lecturer.
529-0479-00LTheoretical Chemistry, Molecular Spectroscopy and DynamicsW1 credit2SF. Merkt, M. Reiher, J. Richardson, R. Signorell, H. J. Wörner
AbstractSeminar on theoretical chemistry, molecular spectroscopy and dynamics.
Objective
529-0480-00LNuclear Magnetic Resonance Seminar Restricted registration - show details E-0 credits3SB. H. Meier
AbstractResearch seminar on current problems in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
Objective
529-0489-00LIntroduction to the Construction of Measurement Devices in Physical Chemistry Restricted registration - show details W2 credits2PB. H. Meier
AbstractBasic concepts of the construction of instrumentation in physical chemistry. Practical execises in mechanical construction and electronic circuits.
ObjectiveKennenlernen der Grundlagen der Konstruktion von physikalisch-chemischen Messinstrumenten. Praktische Übungen in mechanischer Konstruktion. Befähigung zum selbstständigen Arbeiten (Drehen, Fräsen, Bohren).
Einführung in die elektronische Messtechnik, die Radiofrequenz- und Mikrowellentechnologie und in die Digitalelektronik.
Lecture notesUnterlagen in der ersten Stunde verteilt.
Prerequisites / NoticeZugang mit Bewilligung des Dozenten
529-0499-00LPhysical ChemistryW1 credit1KB. H. Meier, G. Jeschke, F. Merkt, M. Reiher, J. Richardson, R. Riek, S. Riniker, T. Schmidt, R. Signorell, H. J. Wörner
AbstractInstitute-Seminar covering current research Topics in Physical Chemistry
Objective
529-0491-00LSeminar in Computational Chemistry C4E-0 credits2SM. Reiher, P. H. Hünenberger, J. Richardson, S. Riniker
AbstractResearch seminar with invited lecturers
Objective
402-0551-00LLaser SeminarE-0 credits1ST. Esslinger, J. Faist, J. Home, A. Imamoglu, U. Keller, F. Merkt, H. J. Wörner
AbstractResearch colloquium
Objective
529-0481-00LAdvanced High Resolution Molecular SpectroscopyW1 credit1VS. Albert
AbstractThe course teaches advanced topics in molecular spectroscopy: techniques for analysing rotationally and rovibrationally resolved spectra will be discussed, the basics of FTIR spectroscopy will be reviewed, and the sources which may be used in high resolution infrared spectroscopy will be described. The fields in which high resolution infrared /THz spectroscopy is applied will also be reviewed.
ObjectiveThe students will understand how to use the tools needed to analyze simple highly resolved spectra. They will become familiar with experimental techniques in high resolution molecular spectroscopy and will understand how molecular spectroscopy can be applied to solve problems with respect to atmospheric pollutants and the detection of molecules in interstellar space.
ContentThe students will learn how to record rotationally and rovibrationally resolved spectra in the THz and IR frequency range. For that purpose state-of-the-art sources like synchrotrons, FELs and other THz sources will be discussed. In this context, the basics of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy will also be reviewed. The analysis of such spectra with interactive programs will then be explained. Finally, applications of high resolution molecular spectroscopy in the field of atmospheric and interstellar chemistry will be discussed. The identification and the quantitative determination of atmospheric pollutants will be discussed in detail. In addition, the identification of interstellar molecules in the context of the origin of life will be reviewed. The question of the identification of the interstellar unidentified infrared bands and of the interstellar diffuse bands will also be addressed. Finally, high resolution molecular spectroscopy of chiral molecules in the context of molecular parity violation will be discussed
LiteratureWill be given in the lecture
529-0470-00LLiterature Seminar in Theoretical Chemistry Information Z0 credits2SM. Reiher
AbstractIn depth study of selected recent papers on theoretical chemistry
ObjectiveDoktorats- und Mitarbeiterschulung
ContentVariiert nach aktuellem Stand der Forschung
LiteratureWill be announced on Link
529-0485-00LCalculating Free Energy Differences from Molecular Simulation: Theory and Practical ApplicationsW1 credit1VN. Hansen
AbstractTheoretical analysis as well as issues of practical implementation of state of the art free energy methods.
ObjectiveRecognition of the concepts that underlie the different approaches devised for the determination of free energies
ContentA wide variety of fundamental chemical quantities such as binding or equilibrium constants, solubilities, partition coefficients, and adsorption coefficients are related to the difference in free energy between particular (non)physical states of a system. A maze of computational techniques to calculate free energies is nowadays available that differ in efficiency and accuracy. However, most of them are rooted in a few basic ideas. In the lecture state of the art methods are discussed in light of these basic ideas.
Lecture notesHandouts will be provided
LiteratureC. Chipot, A. Pohorille, Free Energy Calculations, Springer, Berlin-Heidelberg, 2007
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