Department of Bioenergetics

Teaching

Basic lectures in biophysical chemistry; advanced lectures in biological spectroscopy, bioenergetics, structural biology

Teaching elements

Basic lectures in Bioenergetics at the Bachelors level

 

  • Biophysical Chemistry for Biologists and Biochemists
  • Advanced Enzymology for Biologist and Biochemists - I. Physicochemical basics
  • Advanced Enzymology for Biologist and Biochemists - II. Cofactor Biochemistry and Biophysical Chemistry


 

Advanced Lectures in Bioenergetics at the Bachelors and Masters Levels

(most lectures are given in a two-year cycle)

 

  • Thermodynamics of Protein Structure and Folding
  • Protein Structural Motifs
  • Theory of Enzyme Cooperativity
  • Introduction to Statistical Thermodynamics for Biologists and Biochemists
  • Introduction to Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy for Biologists and Biochemists
  • Fluorescence Energy Transfer Theory - Applications to Photosynthesis and Flavoproteins
  • Quantum Mechanics for Biologists and Biochemists - I. Basic Theory
  • Quantum Mechanics for Biologists and Biochemists - II. Application to Spectroscopy
  • Advanced Spectroscopy for Biologists and Biochemists - Light-Scattering Theory, Raman and Vibrational Spectroscopy
  • Protein Dynamics - Advanced Theory for Biologists and Biochemists

 

Contact

 

Department of Bioenergetics, Institute of Biomaterials and Biomolecular Systems, University of Stuttgart

Pfaffenwaldring 57 , D-70569 Stuttgart, Germany

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