Eduard Arzt receives award at Technion in Haifa

Three to four times a year, outstanding lecturers and internationally recognized scientists, who do extraordinary and excellent research and development work, are invited by the Technion to this series of lectures.

Eduard Arzt is one of the few awardees of a German, non-university research institute. Most of the awardees teach at large American universities. „For me, it is both personally and scientifically a great honor to have the opportunity to give a talk at the Technion“, says Eduard Arzt, the Scientific Director at INM. „INM hopes that this will promote new top-class cooperations with this Israeli Excellence Institute“, continues Arzt.

In the course of this series of lectures, he delivered insight into how the size of various surface structures have an effect on material properties, how such properties can be switched on and off, and which concepts from nature are suitable for this.

With financial support by the Edith and Israel Pollak Fund, the „Israel Pollak Distinguished Lecture series“ was initiated at the Technion in 1996 in order to advance scientific and industrial cooperations with international partners.

Contact:
Eduard Arzt
INM – Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien gGmbH
Tel.: +49 681 9300 500
e-mail: eduard.arzt@inm-gmbh.de
INM is focused on the research and development of materials – for today, tomorrow and the future. Chemists, physicists, biologists, materials and engineering scientists shape the work at INM. From molecule to pilot production, they follow three essential questions: Which material properties are new, how can they be investigated and how can they be used for industrial and true-to-life applications in the future?

INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials, situated in Saarbrücken/Germany, is an internationally leading centre for materials research. It is a scientific partner to national and international institutes and a provider of research and development for companies throughout the world. INM is an institute of the Scientific Association Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and employs around 190 collaborators. Its main research fields are Chemical Nanotechnology, Interface Materials, and Materials in Biology.

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