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Sciences - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Astronomy
Introduction:As focus and themes of staff research are continuously evolving, the Sterrewacht does not offer a list of projects. Rather, specific projects may be defined at any time, depending on current staff research, student interest, and actual circumstances.

Evolutionary Genetics of Wild Vertebrate Populations

University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: Department of BioSciences and Environmental Sciences
Introduction:Our research group focuses on questions relating to the mechanisms and process of animal adaptation - or lack of it thereof - to local environmental conditions.

Collaboration with the workgroups of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry

Ruprecht Karls University - Heidelberg, Germany
Department: Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
Introduction:The work groups of the inorganic department offer short-term placements. Below, the individual groups are listed, along with their primary fields of research: Prof. Dr. Peter Comba- coordination chemistry, oxygen activation, molecular magnetism and computational chemistry.

Neural correlates of speech processing across age

Faculty of Medicine - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Neurosciences
Introduction:Ongoing research at the research group Experimental Oto-rhino-laryngology (Dept Neurosciences, KU Leuven) aims at investigating the processing of temporal envelope cues at different neural stages

Collaboration with a member of the Graduiertenkolleg 850 'Modeling of Molecular Properties'

Ruprecht Karls University - Heidelberg, Germany
Department: Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
Introduction:Students primarily concerned with experimental research to be familiarized with the current methods in computational chemistry: molecular mechanics, quantum mechanics with a focus on DFT methods,

Experimental investigation of damage processes in textile composites

KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Metallurgy and Materials Engineering
Introduction:Characterisation of damage initiation and progression in composite materials aims on identification of the following features of the damage processes: (1) damage initiation and development thresholds (DIDT),

Experimental high energy physics with the CMS detector at the LHC

Faculty of Science - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Physik Institut
Introduction:Research analyzing data and/or building detectors at the CMS experiment in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN.

Operando research in heterogeneous catalysis

Sciences - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Chemistry
Introduction:The nanoscale structure of a catalyst under reaction conditions determines its activity, selectivity, and stability. For the production of sustainable energy and materials, new catalysts are needed. By understanding the structure-activity relationships of catalysts under reaction conditions, insight in the development of these new catalysts can be obtained. Using in situ imaging techniques under industrial conditions, we are currently studying Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, NO reduction and oxidation, hydrodesulfurization, CO oxidation, and chlorine production.

Application of Modern Optimization Methods

Ruprecht Karls University - Heidelberg, Germany
Department: Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing
Introduction:This project focuses on numerical aspects of optimization of dynamic systems. It aims to introduce the junior researcher to modern optimization methods and software to enable her/him to employ these methods to a challenging real world problem.

Design, synthesis and application of activity-based probes for imaging and detection of proteases

Biomedical Sciences - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Cellular & Molecular Medicine
Introduction:Proteases are enzymes responsible for the cleavage of peptide bonds. They are not only involved in digestive processes and protein turnover, but also play a crucial role in regulatory processes, such as apoptosis, blood coagulation and antigen presentation.
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