2010 Trends in Solid State Chemistry

2010 Trends in Solid State Chemistry

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2010 Solid State Chemistry

  • Fundamental structural chemistry; functionalization and modeling on all dimensional scales; applied research in energy sciences. Solid state chemistry offers a broad spectrum of ideas and approaches from fundamental aspects to application-oriented solutions for the energy problems of the future.

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Tom Nilges, born 1971, studied chemistry at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and Siegen, Germany, where he also did his PhD in the field of solid state chemistry. In 2001 he moved to the University of Regensburg, Germany, to begin his habilitation. In the autumn of 2004 he accepted an invitation by the University of Münster, Germany, to continue his work on ion conductors and thermoelectric materials in the local SFB 458. After a temporary professorship in Münster and a guest professorship at the University of Bordeaux, France, he was appointed to the Technical University Munich, Germany, in the course of the initiative of electromobility and in conjunction with the elite course Advanced Material Science of the Elite Network of Bavaria, Germany.

There he will address questions of energy conversion and storing from the fields of thermoelectric materials, electrode materials for lithium batteries and solid-state ionic conductors to develop and optimize new materials and synthesis concepts for energy applications.

Wolfgang G. Bessler
studied chemistry in France and Germany at the Universities of Freiburg, Montpellier and Heidelberg. He did his PhD under Jürgen Wolfrum after stays at Stanford University, USA. Subsequently he moved to Jürgen Warnatz’ group at the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing of the University of Heidelberg, where he habilitated in 2008. Since 2008 he has been a group leader at the German Aerospace Center in Stuttgart as well as private lecturer at the University of Stuttgart. Since February 2010, he has headed a Helmholtz-University Young Investigator Group at the German Aerospace Center and the University of Stuttgart.

The group is occupied with modeling, simulation and in-situ diagnostics of solid oxide fuel cells, polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells as well as lithium batteries.


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