Professor Gerhard Wilde, Director of the Institute of Materials Physics at the University of Münster, will succeed Professor Thomas Schimmel from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Professor Thomas Schimmel has served as Editor-in-Chief of the Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology since it was established in November of 2010. His participation and commitment were essential for the journal’s development. As Founding Editor-in-Chief, he will continue to advise the Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology and support the Editorial Board. “We thank Professor Schimmel for his continuous dedication and appreciate that he will continue to contribute his valuable expertise to our journal,” acknowledges Dr. Wendy Patterson, Board Member of the Beilstein-Institut.
Professor Gerhard Wilde has been appointed as Professor Schimmel’s successor and will assume his new role on November 20, 2022. Wilde has been professor and director of the Institute of Materials Physics at the University of Münster since 2006. “We warmly welcome the new Editor-in-Chief of the Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology and are very much looking forward to working with Professor Wilde,” says Dr. Barbara Hissa, Managing Editor of the Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology.
We are looking for an active researcher who is interested in a unique opportunity with a non-profit diamond open access journal.
The Beilstein Bozen Symposium 2022 - "Simulation and AI in the Future of Science" will be held hybrid, i.e. in presence and online. The scientific programme has been prepared and is now available.
Selected Beilstein Talks are now available open access in the video portal of the Technische Informationsbibliothek Hannover in a section dedicated to the Beilstein Talks series.
The Beilstein Talks are the latest addition to the Beilstein-Institut’s projects to support communication and information in science. Invited experts present an overview and latest research results on selected topics in organic chemistry, biochemistry and nanotechnology.
More talks to come soon! Check out our talks website.
The registration is now open for the Beilstein Bozen Symposium "Simulation and AI in the Future of Science" from May 17 to 19, 2022 in Rüdesheim, Germany. Call for papers for the poster presenation is open, too.
The Beilstein Bozen Symposium “Simulation and AI in the Future of Science” will take place in Rüdesheim, Germany, in May 17-19, 2022.
Co-organizers are Lee Cronin, Tim Clark, and Christian Kramer.
10 December 2021
Registration is open for Beilstein Symposium on Stereoselective Alkene Functionalizations
Registration is now open for the Beilstein Organic Chemistry Symposium "Stereoselective Alkene Functionalizations" from April 26 to 28, 2022 in Rüdesheim, Germany
This year we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Beilstein-Institut as a non-profit foundation.
Since 1951, when we were founded by the Max Planck Society, our mission is to support the scientific community by disseminating high-quality publications and information in the chemical and related science.
We would like to thank our authors, editors, board members, speakers and participants of our talks and symposia, and last but not least, our employees for supporting us in fulfilling the foundation’s mission to advance the chemical and related sciences.