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.
Leopoldina appoints Prof. Dr. Anke Weidenkaff
Prof. Dr. Anke Weidenkaff appointed as member of the National Academy of Sciences
The Presidium of the Leopoldina has appointed Prof. Dr. Anke Weidenkaff as a member of the German National Academy of Sciences. The appointment is considered one of the most prestigious awards for natural scientists.
New Publication on The Role of Interstitial Cu on Thermoelectric Properties of ZrNiSn Half-Heusler Compounds
Lecture Series Sustainable Engineering SoSe 2023
International School of Materials for Sustainable Development and Energy – 3rd Course “Materials for Energy and Sustainability -X
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Dr. Andreas Hütten
Imaging microstructural impact on magnetic behavior
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Moataz Attallah
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Dr. Heike Herper
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Dr. Manfred Fiebig
Seeing is believing: Nonlinear optics on ferroic materials
SFB270 Kolloquium talk by Prof. Jun Cui