Chemistry Master

 

Prerequisite for the Master of Science degree program is a recognized degree in Bachelor of Science Chemistry. The classes in the Master's degreee programm do base on the content of the classes of the Bachelor's degree program. The aim of the Master's degree program is the deepening of the professional competence and the preparation for research and scientific work.

The regular study period is four semesters, with the fourth semester devoted to the master's thesis. Each of the chairs at the ITMC offers
appropriate topics . In the first three semesters, lectures are held and research placements are held.

The Master's degree in Chemistry at RWTH Aachen University is characterized by a very high degree of flexibility in the choice and sequence of lectures and lectures. At the beginning of the Master's program, two out of four possible deepening directions are chosen, which focus on thematic and interdisciplinary topics and, in addition to compulsory lectures, also open up further options. The four recesses offered are:

SYN - Bioactive compounds and synthetic methods
CAT - Catalysis
MES - Materials and Mesoscopic Systems: Solids, Polymers and Nanostructures
COS - Computer Chemistry and Spectroscopy

You will find detailed information and information about the course selection and study planning on the page of the organization of the lectures.

You will find a list of the lectures offered as well as the lecture shifts to be considered on the pages
Lecture timetable

The individual choice possibilities resulting from the high flexibility adapt themselves to the interests of the students, promote an interdisciplinary understanding and excellent, interdisciplinary research.

 

List of all Chemistry Master Lectures

Title of class (in German) lecturing person
Angewandte molekulare Katalyse Prof. Dr. Leitner
Angewandte molekulare Katalyse Prof. Dr. Klankermayer
Biomaterialien und Bioaktive Peptide apl. Prof. Dr. Klee
Biomaterialien und Bioaktive Peptide Priv.-Doz. Dr. Fabry
Charakterisierungsmethoden in der heterogenen Katalyse Dr. Rose
Exotische Spektroskopie über 30 Größenordnungen - vom Universum zum Atom Prof. Dr. Appelt
Heterogene Katalyse und Katalyse in der Umwelttechnik Prof. Dr. Palkovits
In-situ Spektroskopie zur Prozessführung Prof. Dr. Liauw
Instrumentelle Polymeranalytik Prof. Dr. Blümich
Katalysatorimmobilisierung und Mehrphasenkatalyse Prof. Dr. Leitner
Katalysatorimmobilisierung und Mehrphasenkatalyse Prof. Dr. Klankermayer
Mechanismen der molekularen Katalyse Prof. Dr. Klankermayer
Nachhaltige industrielle Chemie Prof. Dr. Klankermayer
Nanostruktuierte Katalysatoren: Herstellung, Charakterisierung, Anwendung Prof. Dr. Palkovits
NMR in Materialforschung und chemischer Verfahrenstechnik Prof. Dr. Blümich
Proteinchemie Priv.-Doz. Dr. Fabry
Reaktionstechnik Prof. Dr. Liauw
Reaktormodellierung und Prozesssimulation Prof. Dr. Liauw
Soft Matter Nanotechnology Prof. Dr. Möller
Strukturen und Eigenschaften von Makromolekülen und Polymermaterialien Prof. Dr. Blümich
Theorie der magnetischen Resonanz Prof. Dr. Appelt
Chemie, Technologie und Anwendungen technischer Kunststoffe Prof. Dr. Möller
Stand der Technik in der Industrie PD Dr Buskens
Modeling of Complex Reaction Networks Prof. Dr. Liauw