The Fresenius-Lectures are lecture series that were implemented in 2011 during the 'International Year of Chemistry'. After the five, very successful lectures in 2011 the GDCh decided to continue the program and to promote modern aspects of analytical chemistry at Universities with at least one lecture per year. The lectures take place in the german speaking part of Europe and include events in Germany, Austira and Switzerland. The lecturers are nominated by the 'Fachgruppe Analytische Chemie' of the GDCh.

SCS, ETH and the DAS are proud to announce two Fresenius-Lectures as follows:

160610 Matysik PortraitProf. Frank-Michael Matysik, University of Regensburg
27. Oktober 2016, 16.15h, ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg 
«Electrochemistry – the flexible tool box for the construction of hyphenated instrumental analytical systems»


160610 Zimmermann PortraitProf. Ralf Zimmermann, Universität Rostock and Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany
12. Januar 2017, 16.15h, ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg
«Anthropogenic aerosols and dusts: Chemical composition, physical properties and biological effects»





David Spichiger, SCS