Prof. Dr. Florian Hausen: Junior Professorship for Applied Interfaces Electrochemistry

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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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Third quarter 2022:

A warm welcome to our new postdoc Dr. Inhee Park and our new doctoral candidate Niklas Scheer. Recently, Inhee successfully defended her doctoral thesis on „Atomic-scale friction study on Au(111) under electrochemical conditions“ in Bonn. Niklas Scheer joined us after finishing his masters in material science at the TU Darmstadt. For his Ph.D. he will work on the subject of batteries focusing on NMC cathode materials. Nicha studies chemistry at the RWTH Aachen and her research internship is about perovskite electrocatalysts.

At the GDCh Electrochemistry 2022 conference three talks are given by our group. On the subject of batteries, Philipp Veelken gives his talk on „Investigating the Interface between Ceramic Particles and Polymer Matrix in Hybrid Electrolytes by Electrochemical Strain Microscopy“ and Beatrice Wolff holds her presentation on „Electrodeposition of lithium metal - Influence of electrolyte additive vinylene carbonate on growth morphology“. Julian Borowec presents his talk „Nanoelectrical Mapping of Carbon Nanofibers by Means of PeakForce Tunneling Atomic Force Microscopy“.

Further news from our group.


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