Katalyse ist eine Schlüsseltechnologie der chemischen Industrie. Gezielte Verbesserungen an bekannten Katalysatoren und das Design neuartiger Katalysen können somit grundlegend dazu beitragen, Ressourcen optimal zu nutzen. Ansatzpunkt dafür im neuen Sonderforschungsbereich 1333 ist die dirigierende Wirkung synthetischer Poren.
Professor Bettina Lotsch was awarded the EU-40 Materials Prize 2017 from the European Materials Research Society "for her outstanding contributions to nanomaterials for energy conversion, energy storage and sensing".
Publication by P. Ganter, C. Ziegler, A.T. Friedrichs, V. Duppel, C. Scheu, B.V. Lotsch in ChemNanoMat2017, 3, 411–414 was one of the top downloaded articels in recent publication history of ChemNanoMat.
Dr. Alberto Jiménez-Solano was awarded one of the prizes for the best thesis presented in 2017 organized by the specialized group of Nanoscience and Molecular Materials of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry and Spanish Royal Society of Physics.
Publication by C. Lermer, S.P. Harm, S.T. Birkhold, J.A. Jaser, C.M. Kutz, P. Mayer, L. Schmidt-Mende, B.V. Lotsch in Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem. 2016, 642, 1369–1376 was one of the journal’s top 20 most downloaded recent papers.
The “Chemistry meets Physics“ workshop at Schloss Ringberg is an interdisciplinary forum to foster exchange between experimentalists and theorists working in the fields of condensed matter science, with a dual focus on quantum materials and materials for energy. The meeting intends to not only provide a platform for discussing cutting edge research in those fields, but also to carve out current trends and concepts relevant to both chemists and physicists working at the materials interface. Therefore, speakers are encouraged to keep their talks reasonably general and to seize the synergies where chemistry and physics meet. Click more to see the confirmed speakers.