Young Investigator Groups
Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin offers outstanding young researchers from Germany and abroad the opportunity to form their own young investigator group. This imparts a great deal of responsibility for pursuing their own research topic and in qualification for an academic career.
The heads of the young investigator groups receive support through a tailored training and mentoring programme, among others at the Helmholtz Academy, and are assured long-term prospects at HZB. The young investigator groups also increase HZB’s networking with universities through joint appointments.
Young investigator groups can be funded through various programmes:
- BMBF Young Investigator Groups
- Emmy Noether Independent Junior Research Groups
- Helmholtz-Young Investigator Groups:
|Prof. Dr. Marcus Bär||BTU Cottbus||Interface Design|
|Prof. Dr. Christiane Becker||Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft||Nano -SIPPE|
|Prof. Dr. Kathrin Aziz-Lange||Universität Bielefeld||Operando Characterization of Solar Fuel Materials|
|Dr. Steve Albrecht||Perowskite Tandem Solar Cells|
|Dr. Robert Seidel||Humboldt Universität zu Berlin||Operando Interfacial Photochemistry|
|Dr. Antonio Abate||Active Materials and Interfaces for Stable Perovskite Solar Cells|
|Prof. Aleksandr Matveenko||Humboldt Universität zu Berlin||ERL simulation group|
|Dr. Eva Unger||Lund-Universität||Hybrid Materials Formation an Scaling|
|Dr. Matthew T. Mayer||Electrochemical conversion of carbon dioxide|