Nele Müller

Nele Müller

PIER Helmholtz Graduate School

A Graduate Education Program of Universität Hamburg in Cooperation with DESY

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Nele Müller

Name: Nele Müller

Nationality: German

PIER research field: Photon Science

Research topic of PhD project: Electron diffraction and controlled molecules

Research group of PhD project: Controlled Molecule Imaging Group

Supervisor/s of thesis: Jochen Küpper and Henry Chapman

Special features about the research group:
Research at the interface of string theory and cosmology

Dissertation completed: 2016

Current job: Scientific assistant to the Head of Division, DESY Photon Science since 15 July 2016

Benefits from PIER for my career (Cooperation of DESY and Universität Hamburg): Getting to know students and scientists from various fields and learning about their research.

My personal advice for all PhD students: Participate actively at conferences. It’s worth it scientifically and can be very motivating – you are not struggling alone!


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