Teaching Profile for Catalysis

The German Catalysis Society (GeCatS) has published a teaching profile in the field of catalysis. It is a recommendation on how  the scientific basis of catalysis can be presented in master-of-science courses as well as in doctoral and postdoctoral training programs.

Key Topic Collection for Catalysis Teaching (Lehrprofil Katalyse) [PDF]
German Catalysis Society 2018

Nature Nano Workshop

Nature Nano Workshop
How Nature Indexing Helps You Find Nanotechnology Literature and Data Efficiently

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 – 11 am Tuesday, 20 March 2018 – 11 am
Building A, Library

nano.nature.com known as Nano was launched on 15 June 2016 as a non-journal type product under the Nature Research portfolio. It aims to provide highly indexed and structured information related to nanotechnology, including materials, properties, applications and preparation methods, derived from peer-reviewed journals at the article level and in manually curated nanomaterial summaries that compile data from multiple sources.
This talk will illustrate how Nano can aid nanotechnology research communities to obtain fast and precise insights into the wealth of nanotechnology based scholarly knowledge via use case scenarios and provide the latest developments.

Instructor
Simone Bartel (Database Research Group, Springer Nature)

If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library.

FHI Endnote Workshop

EndNote Workshop
Thursday, 23 March 2017 – 11 am
Building A, Library

EndNote is a popular and powerful reference management system for Windows and Mac. The course gives an overview of EndNote, shows the import of search results, demonstrates how to generate bibliographies and explains some special features of EndNote including how you can share references with others.

Instructors
Kati Dumke & Katrin Quetting

If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library.

Training Session on Scopus

Curious about Scopus?
October 6th, 2016 – 10.30 am – 12.00 pm New time: 2 pm
FHI Library (Building A)

Scopus is one of the largest abstract and citation databases of peer-reviewed literature. This course shows you how Scopus can support you to keep track of what’s happening in your research world and identify new trends and white spots to inspire your next research ideas.

Instructor
Eva Podgoršek
Elsevier

Bring your own laptop with you!
If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library.

Workshop on Open Access

Open Access Workshop
Thursday, 5th March 2015, 11 am
Building A, Library

The FHI is practicing open access to scientific results as stated in the “Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities” in two ways: Publication in Open Access Journals and institutional self-archiving on MPG.PuRe. The board of directors of the FHI recommends that researcher deposit a copy of their published journal articles on MPG.PuRe according to legal conditions and submit their work to Open Access journals.

The course gives an overview about Open Access in general and some special topics, e.g. right to secondary publication. It lasts 45 minutes.

Instructor
Bozena Langner-Staschok

If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library.