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.
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Dr. Ulrich Nowak
MaWi-Kolloquium: Assoc. Prof. Kaveh Edalati
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Dr.Claudia Felser
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Mark Easton
Microstructure control in metal alloy LPBF