Prof. Dr. Florian Hausen: Junior Professorship for Applied Interfaces ElectrochemistryCopyright: © Hausen
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We investigate interfaces of energy materials and electrocatalysts by means of electrochemical Atomic Force Microscopy. Our Aim is to contribute to a better fundamental understanding of processes under electrochemical load on a process relevant scale.
On the following pages you will find many information about our research, our team and possibilities to contact us.
Prof. Dr. Florian Hausen
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Fourth quarter 2021:
A new paper about the structure of ionic liquids at electrical interfaces was published involving the participation of our group. More information can be found here.
Three PhD positions and two master theses are currently vacant. We are looking forward to meet you, if you are skilled with the handling of small electrochemical cells, and if you enjoy experimental work with the scanning probe microscope. For more information visit us here or directly contact our employees.
The competence cluster for solid state batteries ‘FestBatt’ of the federal ministry of education and research is entering the second stage of funding and is supported with 23 million euros. In the joint project FestBattII-Char, our group analyses the electrical and ionic conductivity of electrode materials via advanced scanning probe microscopies.
Nino-Schön-Blume successfully defended his doctoral thesis on the analysis of solid state electrolytes via electrochemical strain microscopy (ESM). Congratulations!
Kai Fries and Patric Keister started their research internship in our group. They work on the conductivity of carbon nanofibers and the elementary deposition of lithium on copper. Good luck and a warm welcome!
Gleb Bobrov, University of Calgary, Canada, joins our group as a visiting researcher. He develops and characterises composite electrolytes based on poly(ethylene oxide) and nanocellulose.
Further news from our group.
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