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Encouraging high-risk research: DFG approves funding for 2 new Reinhart Koselleck projects
Date:2/17/2009

arefully controlled doping sufficiently in order for them to be usable in electronic components. The problems that need to be solved in relation to the preparation and the characterisation of the structures are extremely complex, in particular the realisation of doping profiles with well-defined and homogeneous transitions at the nanoscale. Margit Zacharias studied physics, obtained her doctorate in engineering, and then went on to qualify as a university lecturer in physics. With this interdisciplinary education, her extensive and internationally renowned work and the ideas put forward in her funding proposals, she is ideally suited to addressing this difficult project at the interface between physics, chemistry and engineering, which goes far beyond the scope of typical DFG-funded projects, successfully.

All eight researchers who have been awarded funding under the DFG's Reinhart Koselleck Projects programme are invited to attend the DFG's New Year's reception in Berlin on Monday, 9 February, where they and their research projects will be briefly introduced to the representatives from science, politics, business and society. "This also goes to show the great importance we attach to the Reinhart Koselleck Projects and the promotion of bold ideas," concluded DFG President Kleiner.


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Contact: Marco Finetti
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