Those Who Can, Teach: Janina Kneipp and Katharina Schultens
In part three of our series on analytical science education, we talk to one of the professors and the managing director of the School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof (SALSA), about their multidisciplinary teaching program – which combines analytical sciences with data analysis, statistics, risk assessment, and science communication.
SALSA began in November 2012 as a graduate school funded as part of the German Excellence Initiative, and currently has 52 doctoral fellows working on co-supervised research projects. So far, 22 students have graduated from the program and 20 more are about to graduate; plus, there are several postdoctoral fellows completing short- and longer-term research projects within the SALSA framework. The school’s international partners include ETH Zurich in Switzerland, Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Rehovot, Israel, and Universidad de Oviedo, Spain.
Janina Kneipp is a co-founder and one of the two co-speakers of SALSA and a professor of Physical Chemistry at Humboldt Universität, Berlin. Katharina Schultens is managing director of SALSA.
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