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We congratulate Sebastian on his doctoral scholarship of the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU) and look forward to his research on electroanalytical approaches for redox flow battery materials. The DBU supports up to 60 doctoral projects per year to qualify environmental experts from all disciplines, enabling highly motivated doctoral students to gain scientific knowledge and develop new approaches to solutions for envionmental protection and nature conservation.

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We are at the 15th International Workshop on Impedance Spectroscopy in Chemnitz, Germany. Julia is excited to serve as a jury member for the TUC International Science Hackathon and about her first plenary talk tomorrow on “Elucidating operando-transformations of nanoparticulate electrocatalysts by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy”. Sebastian has used his chance to ask experts about the meaning of fractional derivations at the Advanced School on Impedance Spectroscopy held beforehand.

New PhD position available

Keen to understand how electrocatalytic nanoparticles function? So, here is your opportunity to learn advanced techniques like differential electrochemical mass spectrometry (DEMS) and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), and tackle green energy solutions together with the groups of the collaborative research center for heterogeneous oxidation catalysis.

New PhD position available

Green Hydrogen Workshop

Green Hydrogen Workshop

We participated in the MINT TANK Summer School of the Dr. Hans Riegel Foundation and identified – with young Hans Riegel-awardees – which aspects of water electrolysis must be better understood to aim for a sustainable hydrogen economy by an interactive lab demonstration and an experimental setup we are currently using in research.

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Besides the presents for their 70th birthday (no information on single-entity level available), Kristina and Julia are really happy to receive funding for their new CRC tandem-subproject on electroanalytics of nanocatalyst transformations during electrochemical oxidation reactions as part of the for 4 years extended Collaborative Research Centre / Transregio 247 Heterogenous Oxidation Catalysis in the Liquid Phase.