News in brief

2017

Professor Bettina Lotsch was awarded the EU-40 Materials Prize 2017 of the European Materials Research Society "for her outstanding contributions to nanomaterials for energy conversion, energy storage and sensing". Find more here.

2016

Bettina Lotsch selected as "Young Elite – the Top 40 under 40 in Economy, Politics, and Society" by CAPITAL. She was named one of the Top Talents in the category "Public sector and Society" 2016. More can be found in the 12/2016 edition of CAPITAL.

2015

Bettina selected as "Young Elite – the Top 40 under 40 in Economy, Politics, and Society" by CAPITAL. She was named one of the Top Talents in the category "Public sector and Society". More can be found in the 11/2015 edition of CAPITAL.

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2017

Top downloaded paper
A new fabrication method for single-layer nanosheets by silver-assisted exfoliation,
P. Ganter, C. Ziegler, A.T. Friedrichs, V. Duppel, C. Scheu, B.V. Lotsch in ChemNanoMat 2017, 3, 411–414 was one of the top downloaded paper in May 2017.

Research Highlight
Artificial photosynthesis: Lights off, gas on!
Nature Reviews Materials, Published online 4 Jan 2017.
DOI: 10.1038/natrevmats.2016.102

Press releases
CHEMIE.DE and other news outlets for our publication Dark photocatalysis: Storage of solar energy in carbon nitride for time-delayed hydrogen generation in Angew. Chem. 2017, 56, 510–514.
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201608553,
V.W.-h. Lau et. al.

Awards
Katalin Szendrei won a silver Graduate Student Award of the Material Research Society (MRS) at the Spring Meeting 2017, Phoenix USA. Find more here.

2016

Top downloaded paper
Soft photocatalysis: Organic polymers for solar fuel production,
V. Vyas, V.W.-h. Lau, B.V. Lotsch in Chemistry of Materials 2016, 28, 5191–5204 was one of the top downloaded paper in July 2016.

Awards
Katalin Szendrei won the best poster prize on the NIM (Nanoinitiative Munich) summer retreat 27.-29. July 2016, Herrsching.

Katalin Szendrei won the best student paper presentation award at SPIE's Photonics Europe International Symposia. 3-7 April 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. DOI: 10.1117/12.2227431

2015

A tunable azine covalent organic framework platform for visible light-induced hydrogen generation  Max-Planck-Gesellschaft  Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München  GDCH Wochenschau 2015/KW51

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A tunable azine covalent organic framework platform for visible light-induced hydrogen generation



Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
GDCH Wochenschau 2015/KW51

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Chemistry Meets Physics (CMP) at the Ringberg Castle March 18th to March 21th 2015

Scope of the Meeting

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.

Confirmed Speakers


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