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Mainz University receives approval for an Alexander von Humboldt Professorship in Physics
Date:10/30/2013

uster of Excellence PRISMA and the Graduate School of Excellence MAINZ. The award thus also confirms the global relevance of our scientists in this research area, something that has already been apparent for years in view of their publications, prizes, and excellent results in national and international rankings," stated University President Professor Georg Krausch. "For Mainz University, it is a particular pleasure and honor to have been successful for the second year in a row in obtaining one of the renowned Humboldt Professorships." Last year, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation awarded a professorship to Professor Wolfram Ruf, renowned in blood coagulation research, who transferred from the Scripps Institute in La Jolla, USA to Mainz University Medical Center.

Professor Jairo Sinova is a recognized authority in the field of magnetism and the use of magnetic properties for the development of micro-electronic components. He has written some groundbreaking publications, particularly on the theoretical functioning of magnetic materials. Sinova is seen as an extremely creative and effective researcher who has acted as a trailblazer in initiating new developments and has thus inspired both experimental and theoretical working groups. This has resulted in pioneering work, such as the prediction and discovery of the intrinsic Spin Hall Effect.

"The ability to work with experimental groups is very important for us here in Mainz and for our graduate school. Professor Jairo Sinova and his team will provide theoretical contributions to the already important experimental work being undertaken at our university, thus ideally supplementing this," emphasized the Director of the MAINZ Graduate School of Excellence, Professor Mathias Klui, who coordinated the JGU application to the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

Over the next five years, the Humboldt Foundation will be providing up to EUR 3.5 million in funding to the Humboldt Center for Emerge
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Contact: Dr. Mathias Kläui
klaeui@uni-mainz.de
49-613-139-23633
Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz
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