Chemistry PhDs in Germany | International Max Planck Research School for Chemistry and Physics of Quantum Materials


International Max Planck Research School for Chemistry and Physics of Quantum Materials

By working together, we can create a highly attractive overall package of PhD level research on materials chemistry and physics including access to world-leading facilities, a large range of graduate level courses across both disciplines, and specially designed skills training (both academic and non-academic).

The goal of the International Max Planck Research School for Chemistry and Physics of Quantum Materials program of the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids is to recruit PhD students from all over the world, and offer them an internationally leading PhD programme. In short, we want to create a cohort of lively, enthusiastic PhD students who relish international opportunities and the chance to work at the cutting edge of our field.

Programme Structure

Examples of potential research subjects:

  • Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy of delafossites
  • Charge carrier control in 2D Quantum Materials
  • Chemistry with covalent intermetallic compounds
  • Chiral and non-linear photo-induced electronic transport in Weyl semi-metals
  • Development of a Faraday magnetometer based on piezoresistors for very high magnetic fields
  • Electrochemical catalysis and asymmetric synthesis on the surface of topological crystals

Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

English requirements

We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.

Other requirements

General requirements

  • A cover letter describing your motivation for applying to IMPRS-CPQM and a statement discussing the projects you are most interested in (if you have priorities regarding the selected projects, please discuss them in the cover letter),
  • A CV with complete description of your academic career,
  • A transcript of courses taken and grades obtained,
  • If you would like to submit further documents in support of your applications, you can do so via our online form as well.
  • Tuition Fee
  • Tuition fees at the University of St Andrews are covered by IMPRS-CPQM. The semester fee at TU Dresden includes, for example, free access to public transport.

  • Living costs for Dresden
  • 756-1,107 EUR/month
  • Living costs
  • The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.

  • Funding
  • Studyportals scholarships
  • Studyportals Scholarship
  • Apply and win up to €10,000 to cover your tuition fees.

  • Studyportals Tip: Students can search online for independent or external scholarships that can help fund their studies. Check the scholarships to see whether you are eligible to apply. Many scholarships are either merit-based or needs-based.
  • Work Permits

    Find out all you need to know about work permit regulations for studying part-time (during studies) and full-time (after studies) in this country.

    Work while studying in Germany

    If you’re from India you will need a work permit if you want to combine studying with working in Germany.

    Here you see the rules for getting a part-time work permit.

    If you are a full-time student you do not need an official document to work part-time in Germany.

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