Curriculum Vitae

Daniela Täuber, born in Nürnberg, birth name März, four children
27.06.1986 Abitur (University entrance examination) at Emil-von-Behring Gymnasium, Spardorf near Erlangen
1986 - 1991 Studies of Physics and Mathematics at Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
09.12.1991 First Examination of State in Mathematics and Physics
02/1992 - 02/1994 Trainee Teaching, Second Examination of State, title: Lehramtsassessorin
04/1994 - 03/1995 Studies of Theology at Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
1994 - 2006 Births and Child Care (children born 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000), honorary work in support of talented Primary School Students
10/2006 - 02/2007 Studies of Computational Science, Technische Universität Chemnitz
2007 - 2011 Research Assistant in Optical Spectroscopy and Molecular Physics of Christian von Borczyskowski, Physics Department, TU Chemnitz, PhD 2011 on Characterization of heterogeneous diffusion in confined soft matter
11/2007 - 09/2014 Co-worker in DFG-FOR 877 From Local Constraints to Macroscopic Transport
06-07/2009 and 03-04/2010 Research at Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, Department of Photochemistry, within DAAD-Project DA0807 Controlling Dynamic Properties of Ultra-thin Polymer Films via Photoactive Molecules
01/2012 - 03/2013 Postdoc with Christian von Borczyskowski, Optical Spectroscopy and Molecular Physics, Physics Department, TU Chemnitz
15.03.2013 Organization of focussed session Van der Waals at soft matter interfaces: structure and dynamics at spring conference of the german physical society (DPG) in Regensburg together with Karin Jacobs, Saarland University
04/2013 - 08/2014 Postdoc with Michael Schulz, Experimental Sensorics, Physics Department, TU Chemnitz
09/2014 - 09/2017 Postdoc with Ivan Scheblykin, Single Molecule Spectroscopy group, Department of Chemical Physics, Lunds Universitet, Sweden. From 10/14 – 03/16 funded by personal research grant 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
since 10/2017 Head of the group Biopolarisation, Research Department Quantum Detection, Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Jena, Germany

Member of

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EPS logo European Physical Society
Regensburger Symposium Board of the Regensburger Symposium
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