Research for the Environment

PhD Candidates

Currently, there are no offers.

Information on future activities:

Experimental Research

Theoretical Research

Student and Graduate Assistants

There are funds available for student and graduate assistent work in the laboratory and on some theoretical topics.

and also regarding laboratory work

and for theoretical work

Department News

Successful defences of doctoral theses

Two doctoral students of our department successfully defended their thesis at the TU Freiberg, Jana Mühlenberg on 16 Dec, and Weicheng Zhang on 18 Dec.

New third party projects

BfR Grant (2014-2016). Development of a computer based consensus model for the predictive assessment of the dermal and respiratory sensitisation potential of organic chemicals in the framework of REACH – CompuSens.

UBA Project (2014-2017). REACH - In silico screening for potential endocrine disruptors.


Updated Software

ChemProp - new download link

Important: The ChemProp download has been moved to a new server. The old location provides all necessary information. 

The current version is 6.2 (released on December 5 2014).

Be aware, older versions until 6.0 are expired already, and 6.1 will expire at the end of this year!

The change log is located here:

The license agreements as well as a poster about ChemProp (state of May 2012) are available for download:

Newest Publications

Brack et al. 2014. The SOLUTIONS project ...
Sci. Total Environ.

Ren et al. 2014. Sorption of chlorimuron-ethyl on montmorillonite clays ...
Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res.

Lombardo et al. 2014. Optimizing the aquatic toxicity assessment under REACH ...
Environ. Res.

Fenclová et al. 2014. Temperature dependence of limiting activity coefficients, ...
Fluid Phase Equilibr.

Caicedo et al. 2014. Comparison of heavy metal content ...
Ecol. Eng.

More information is available here:

News Feeds

Scheduled public department events, new ChemProp versions and new publications will be announced via news feeds.


Events

ChemProp

Publications

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