These new books have just arrived in the library:
|Hasbun, Javier E. …||Introductory solid state physics with MATLAB applications||2019||26 B 149|
|Cohen-Tannoudji, Claude …||Quantum mechanics, 3: Fermions, bosons, photons, correlations, and entanglement||2019||8 A 84-Vol. 3|
|Wrabetz, Sabine||Chemistry meets art||2019||70 H 100|
|Lykknes, Annette [Ed.] …||Women in their element||2019||70 K 148|
|Max-Planck-Gesellschaft||Evaluation||2019||70 H 99|
|Inoue, Yoshihisa [Ed.] …||Chiral photochemistry||2004||36 E 47|
You find the books in the library’s new acquisition section.
We have added a new group for energy in our shelf classification:
C Conference Proceedings
E Climate and Politics
F Energy Storage
G Energy Sources
You find the books on the left side of the reading room.
How to Get the PDF?
How to Find E-Books?
How to Find the Appropriate Database?
How to Create an Alert?
Find out more in our introductory courses to the library’s electronic information resources.
Monday, November 11, 2019 – 3 pm
Friday, November 29, 2019 – 11 am
The lesson will be held in the FHI library. Please register and
inform us about your focus of interest. In addition, individual
appointments are possible.
Creative Commons Licenses – Important for Open Access Publishing
Every author has heard of Creative Commons licenses, especially when it comes to Open Access publications. But which one is the right one? CC-BY or one of the many other? What do all the abbreviations mean and what effects do they have?
Thursday, 7 November 2019
Coffee & Tea for free
Max. 10 minutes talk
The Berlin Science Week is taking place from 1-10 November. It is an international festival that brings together people from innovative scientific institutions and the public. The following event is part of the science week:
Mind the Lab. Wissenschaft in der U-Bahn
7 November 2019
2 pm – 8 pm
U-Bahnhof Rathaus Steglitz