Dr. Daniela Täuber, born in Nürnberg, Germany, birth name März, four children.
1991 Graduation: „First Examination of State in Mathematics and Physics“ from Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany in Mathematics and Physics.
1992–1994 Education and Assistant Teaching in Mathematics and Physics at German Gymnasium (High School/College Level), Second Examination of State, title: „Lehramtsassessorin.“
1994–2006 Births and Child Care, Honorary Work in support of talented Primary School Students.
10/2006 Return to University for PhD project in Single Molecule Spectroscopy, including one term (10/2006 - 02/2007) of Studies of Computational Science (exercises in Java) at Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany.
2007–2011 Scientific Research, Teaching Undergraduates & PhD project in Optical Spectroscopy and Molecular Physics Group of Christian von Borczyskowski, Institute of Physics, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany. Dissertation: Characterization of heterogeneous diffusion in confined soft matter. Magna cum laude.
2011–2014 Postdoctoral Research & Teaching at Institute of Physics, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany.
2014–2017 Postdoctoral Research in Single Molecule Spectroscopy Group of Ivan Scheblykin, Chemical Physics, Lund University, Sweden.
since 10/2017 Head of Group Biopolarisation, Dept. Quantum Detection, Leibniz Institute of Photonics Technology, Jena, Germany.
since 04/2018 Teaching & further Research at Institute of Solid State Physics, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany.
2009–2010 Joint research project DAAD/MinCyT DA0807: Controlling Dynamic Properties of Ultra-thin Polymer Films via Photoactive Molecules with Photochemistry Group, Chemistry Department, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, including 4 months research visit in Buenos Aires.
2007–2014 Co-worker in Research Project Group: DFG-FOR 877: From Local Constraints to Macroscopic Transport (1st period and extension), involving research groups from TU Chemnitz, University of Leipzig and TU Dresden, Germany.
10/2014-03/2016 Personal Research Grant from the German Science Foundation (DFG-TA 1049/1-1): 2D polarisation resolved optical spectroscopy on macromolecules (conjugated polymers and proteins) in different environments for investigation of conformation, aggregation and energy transfer with the intention to improve organic solar cells, for research in Single Molecule Spectroscopy Group of Ivan Scheblykin, Chemical Physics, Lund University, Sweden. Continuation until 09/2017 with Scholarship from Lund University.
08/2016 Host institution for Laserlab Europe Access Grant LLC002269: Characterization of photoluminescence spectra and local polarization properties of YMnO3 thin films on substrates with and without metallic bottom electrode and spectral investigation of luminescence from resistively switched YMnO3 in collaboration with Heidemarie Schmidt, Nanospintronics, TU Chemnitz, Germany. Receiving funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 654148 Laserlab-Europe (wrote also the proposal).
05-06/2018 Laserlab Europe Access Grant LLC002451: Investigation of apical f-actin aggregation in healthy and cholestatic liver tissue using 2D polarisation imaging to Lund Laser Center SMS group of Ivan Scheblykin together with Adrian Press, head of Nanophysiology Group, Friedrich-Schiller-University Hospital Jena. Receiving funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 654148 Laserlab-Europe.
2013 Suggestion & organization of a focussed session Van der Waals at soft matter interfaces: structure and dynamics at the spring conference of the german physical society (DPG) in Regensburg together with Karin Jacobs, Saarland University.
2014–2017 Representative from Sweden in European Union Cost Action MP1302 Nanospectroscopy (Member since 2013).
2008-2017 Intitiating Board Member of the Regensburger Symposium: Wissenschaft im Kontext gesellschaftlicher Entscheidungen und Weltanschauungen (academia in the context of societal decisions and world views), Speaker: Christiane Thim-Mabrey, Deutsche Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Regensburg.
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