Oliver Gutfleisch

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gutfleisch

+49 6151 16-22150
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Alarich-Weiss-Str. 16
64287 Darmstadt

Office: L2|07 111

Scientific profile

Prof. Oliver Gutfleisch is a full Professor for Functional Materials at TU Darmstadt and a scientific director at Fraunhofer IWKS Materials Recycling and Resource Strategies. He studied Material Science at TU Berlin, did his Phd in Birmingham, UK, and was a group leader at Leibniz Institute IFW Dresden. 2012 he joined TU Darmstadt. His scientific interests span from new permanent magnets for power applications to solid state energy efficient magnetic cooling, ferromagnetic shape memory alloys, magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications, and to solid state hydrogen storage materials with a particular emphasis on tailoring structural and chemical properties on the nanoscale. Resource efficiency on element, process and product levels as well as recycling of rare earth containing materials are also in the focus of his work.

He has published more than 320 papers in refereed journals, and has given more than 190 invited talks. In 2011 he was an IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecturer on the topic of Magnet Materials for Energy. He is on the Intl. Advisory Committees of JEMS, of the Int. Workshop on Rare Earth Permanent Magnets and their Applications and of the Magnetic Refrigeration Intl. Working Party, and of the TMS Magnetic Materials Committee. He is EU ERAMIN (Network on the Industrial Handling of Raw Materials for European Industries) advisor on substitution, a member of the EU ERECON (European Rare Earths Competency Network) Steering Committee and did hold visiting Professorships at Imperial College London and Chinese Academy of Science NIMTE Institute in Ningbo. He served on the IEEE Magnetics Society AdCom (2011-2013).

Lectures

  • Novel Materials for Energy Efficient Technology
  • Materials Science and Physics of Sports Equipment
  • Magnetic Materials
  • Materials Engineering
  • Funktionsmaterialien

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