Within the study of analytical chemistry, our working group looks after various teaching tasks.

Attending courses of the Institute of Analytical Chemistry

Seminar and practical course to „Molecular spectroscopy“,

Chemistry Bsc. 4. sem. "Characteristics of soft and hard ionization in mass spectrometry" within the module  "Problem-oriented instrumental analytics".

Master study Chemistry

In the master's programme, Dr. Birkemeyer gives the lecture series: "Mass Spectrometry in Modern Quantitative Analytical Chemistry" (1 SWS in the module "Special Analytical Methods") on basics of quantitative analytical work using the example of hyphenated techniques with mass spectrometry.

The current script is available in Almaweb under the corresponding lecture.

Master thesis and practical courses

Are you interested in a scientific project in the field of mass spectrometry?

For students we offer to work on projects on structure elucidation and analytical method development using mass spectrometry. Depending on the level of education, we want to teach the use of analytical techniques as early as possible. For further information about the available projects, please contact Dr. Birkemeyer.

Postgraduate study "Analytics and Spectroscopy", Course 5 "Structural Analysis II"

The University of Leipzig offers graduate students of natural science (i.e. also doctoral students of natural sciences) the opportunity to further qualify in chemical analysis by participating in individual or all cources of the postgraduate programm "Analytics and Spectroscopy": course 5 of this qualification program is dedicated to mass spectrometry. Please contact Mrs. Zeller if you are interested to register.

Postgraduate study "Toxicology and Environmental Protection"

In the postgraduate study "Toxicology and Environmental Protection", Dr. Birkemeyer holds the lecture on "mass spectrometry" in the course "Analytical Chemistry".

last modified: 09.03.2021


Head of the service group
Dr. Claudia Birkemeyer
Raum 211
Linnéstr. 3
04103 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 97 - 36092
Fax: +49 341 97 - 36115