Dr. Thomas Pancur receives Familie Schindler Förderpreis for outstanding Ph.D. thesis
Bordesholm, 8 July 2005:
Photo: Kieler Nachrichten
Thomas obtained his Ph.D. at the end of 2004 with a thesis on "Investigations of the Isomerization Dynamics of Azobenzenes and the Radiationless Deactivation of Nucleobases by Femtosecond Fluorescence Spectroscopy". His work was instrumental for the birth of the Collaborative Research Centre SFB 677 "Function by Switching" in 2007. He also layed foundations for our on-going research on the photophysics and photochemistry of DNA bulding blocks.
See newspaper article here: Dr. Thomas Pancur receives Familie Schindler Förderpreis for outstanding Ph.D. Thesis