The Materials & Resources Group focus on the synthesis and characterization of novel energy conversion materials.
Our research interest is driven by the application of advanced synthesis techniques including microwave-heated, plasma-based, and soft chemistry methods as well as the development of (self-)regenerative properties of the materials during dynamic energy conversion processes. The within the group designed energy conversion materials cover the fields of thermoelectrics, power-to-X, and photo(electro)catalysis.
The intensive cooperation between the team members at TU Darmstadt and Fraunhofer IWKS allows faster innovation processes by having a comprehensive view on energy conversion materials.
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Manfred Albrecht
Ferrimagnetic Tb(Gd)-Fe based heterostructures: From THz emitters to skyrmions
FLAME-inars - Online Seminar Series on Antiferroelectric Materials
Talk 10: Dr. Pedro B. Groszewicz, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Dr. Igor Barsukov
Controlling magnetic dissipation at nanoscale via magnon scattering
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Dr. Claire Donnelly
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Andreas Michels
Magnetic Small-Angle Neutron Scattering-A Probe for Mesoscale Magnetism Analysis
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Dr. Lin Zhou
Applications of TEM imaging and analysis to alnico magnets