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The 1st International Workshop on 

Plasmon Enhanced Terahertz Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

Söllerhaus, Hirschegg, Kleinwalsertal, Austria
16 ‐ 20 June 2019


Schöntalweg 10, A‐6992 Hirschegg, Kleinswalsertal, Österreich
Hirschegg is officially in Austria but only reachable through Germany.

Travel information 


By car

• GPS: 47.346639N ,10.159506E = 47° 20' 47.9004"N, 10° 9' 34.2216"E
• SatNav: Österreich, 6992 Mittelberg, Schöntalweg 10
 Please do not drive to Hirschegg in Steiermark which is 7 hrs away (close to Graz).

By public transport

  • The closest train station is Oberstdorf in Germany. Use www.bahn.de/en for travel information to Oberstdorf. From Oberstdorf, take the bus number 1 to the Kleinwalsertal. Bus stop Kleinwalsertal, Hirschegg Adler, if you continue on foot (see map).
  • Bus stop Riezlern Post if you continue by bus. In that case take bus 5 to Kleinwalsertal Ifen, bus stop Kleinwalsertal Fuchsfarm.
  • Alternatively, take a taxi from Oberstdorf (10 km).

By air

Airports in Stuttgart, Munich, Zürich, Innsbruck are all 2‐3 hours away by car.

Job Available: We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the University of Stuttgart, starting immediately. The initial contract will be for 12 months. The project involves the testing and application of our novel THz EPR microscopy instrument. More information...

We offer: A 12-month contract according to the German TV-L E13 (100%) salary scale; state-of-the-art equipment dedicated to the project; multidisciplinary and vibrant surroundings. We ask: Candidates must have a Ph.D. degree in physics, chemistry, or similar, as well as experience with scanning probe and low-temperature methods. Experience with THz methods is desirable.

Applications by email (slageren@ipc.uni-stuttgart.de), including motivation for application and CV/publication list. The position is open until filled. 

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 767227.