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Prof. Dr. Frank Schreiber

KFN candidate 2020
FS-150 Institut für Angewandte Physik
Universität Tübingen
Auf der Morgenstelle 10
72076 Tübingen

Tel. ++49-7071-29-78663 / 76058 (Sekr.)
Fax. ++49-7071-29-5110

frank.schreiber@uni-tuebingen.de
Website:
http://www.soft-matter.uni-tuebingen.de
Research ID:
http://www.researcherid.com/rid/J-3311-2014
ORCID:
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3659-6718

Current research topics:

  • Adsorption of organic molecules at interfaces
  • Protein aggregation and protein crystallisation
  • Phenomena beyond the equilibrium
  • Kinetics of structure formation
  • Dynamics of molecules in solution

 

In the KFN, I would stand up for:

  • Introduction of students to research with neutrons
  • Promotion of young researchers
  • Securing the strong position of instrumentation in Europe
  • Balance between the interests of research centres and university users
  • Public Relations
  • Relationship with user communities in Central and Eastern Europe


Scientific career:

seit 2004:

C4 Professor of Experimental Physics, University of Tübingen (successor to Prof. W. Prandl), physics of molecular and biological matter

2002-2004:

University Lecturer and Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford

1997-2001:

Head of the research group "Organic Layers" in the department of Prof. Dosch (MPI-MF and University of Stuttgart)

1996-1997:

Postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University with Prof. P. Eisenberger and Prof. G. Scoles

1995:

Doctoral Prize of the Ruhr University Bochum. Research stays in Paris (ESPCI) and Prague (CAS)

1995:

PhD with Prof. J. Pelzl and Prof. H. Zabel on magnetic thin films

1993-1995:

Doctoral scholarship according to the Graduate Scholarship Act of the State of NRW

1992:

Diploma with Prof. J. Pelzl

1987:

Start of studies in physics at the Ruhr-Universität

 

Honours, awards and committee work (selection)

  • Reviewer for the Czech neutron organisations within the Central European Network CENI (Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary)
  • Reviewer for numerous foundations and funding organisations (DFG, NSF, EPSRC, ANR, FWF, etc.)
  • Reviewer for numerous journals; including Editorial Board Nature Reports
  • Reviewer for the BMBF / collaborative research
  • Coopted member of the KFN since 2015
  • Partnership for soft condensed matter (PSCM) in Grenoble
  • Member of the Scientific Council ILL (2008-2013)
  • Memberships in expert panels of research centres (ILL, HZB, Rutherford Labs, ESRF, DESY, ...)
  • Visiting professor at the Nano Science Centre in Suzhou, China (since 2016)
  • Visiting professor at ILL / Grenoble (2015)
  • Visiting professor at Rutherford Laboratory / ISIS (2009)
  • Visiting professor at Beijing Institute of Technology (2007)
  • Initiator and Dean of Studies of the Nanoscience Programme / Tübingen (since 2011)
  • Dean of studies physics / Tübingen (2006-2013)
  • Professor of the Year (Student Prize) in Physics in Tübingen (2008/2009)
  • Prize for the best lecture (compulsory optional subject in physics) 2001/2002 in Stuttgart
  • Distinguished Post-Doc of Princeton University (1996-1997)
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship of the DFG for the Princeton University
  • Doctoral Prize of the University of Bochum
  • PhD „summa cum laude“
  • Graduate Scholarship "Graduate Funding NRW"