Testing organic solar cells.

Members of the CEEC Jena

Testing organic solar cells.
Prof. Dr. Andrea Balducci Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Technical and Environmental Chemistry
Philosophenweg 7a
07743 Jena

Andrea.Balducci@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48464
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48402

Curriculum Vitae [pdf, 295 kb] de

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Areas

  • Electrochemistry
  • Supercapacitors
  • Lithium-Sodium batteries
  • Ionic liquids

Selected Publications

  1. F. Béguin, V. Presser, A. Balducci, E. Frackowiak "Carbons and Electrolytes for Advanced Supercapacitors" Advanced Materials, 2014, 26, 2219-2251.
  2. C. Schütter, T. Husch, M. Korth, A. Balducci "Toward New Solvents for EDLCs: From Computational​ Screening to Electrochemical Validation" Journal of Physical Chemistry Part C 2015, 119, 13413-13424.
  3. S. Menne, J. Pires, M. Anouti, A. Balducci "Protic ionic liquids as electrolytes for lithium-ion batteries" Electrochemistry Communications 2013, 31, 39-41.
  4. A. Krause, A. Balducci "High voltage electrochemical double layer capacitor containing mixtures of ionic​ liquids and organic carbonate as electrolyte" Electrochemistry Communications 2011, 13, 814–817.
  5. X. Zhang, R.-S Kühnel, H. Hu, D. Eder, A. Balducci "Going nano with protic ionic liquids – the synthesis of​ carbon coated Li3V2(PO4)3 nanoparticles encapsulated in a carbon matrix for high power lithium-ion batteries" Nano Energy 2015, 12, 207-214.

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Dr. Patrick Bräutigam Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Technical and Environmental Chemistry
Philosophenweg 7a
07743 Jena

Patrick.Braeutigam@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48458
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48402

Curriculum Vitae [pdf, 51 kb] de

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Publications

  1. P. Braeutigam, M. Franke, R. J. Schneider, A. Lehmann, A. Stolle, B. Ondruschka "Degradation of carbamazepine in environmentally relevant concentrations in water by Hydrodynamic-Acoustic-Cavitation (HAC)" Water Res. 2012, 46, 2469.
  2. M. Dietrich, M. Franke, M. Stelter, P. Braeutigam "Degradation of endocrine disruptor Bisphenol A by ultrasound-assisted electrochemical oxidation in water" Ultrason. Sonochem. 2017, 39, 741.
  3. P. Finkbeiner, M. Franke, F. Anschuetz, A. Ignaszak, M. Stelter, P. Braeutigam "Sonoelectrochemical degradation of the anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac in water" Chem. Eng. J. 2015, 73, 214.
  4. Y.-Z. Ren, M. Franke, F. Anschuetz, B. Ondruschka, A. Ignaszak, P. Braeutigam "Sonoelectrochemical degradation of triclosan in water" 2014, 21, 2020.
  5. P. Braeutigam, M. Franke, B. Ondruschka "Effect of ultrasound amplitude and reaction time on the anaerobic fermentation of chicken manure for biogas production" Biomass Bioenerg. 2014, 63, 109.

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Prof. Dr. Benjamin Dietzek Show content

Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Physical Chemistry
Helmholtzweg 4
07743 Jena

benjamin.dietzek@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48360
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48302

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Gräfe Show content

Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Physical Chemistry
Helmholtzweg 4
07743 Jena

s.graefe@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48330
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48302

Dr. Martin Hager Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
Humboldtstr. 10
07743 Jena

martin.hager@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48227
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48202

Curriculum Vitae [pdf, 216 kb] de

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Areas

  • Self-healing materials
    Self-healing polymers based on reversible interactions (supramolecular interactions as well as reversible covalent bonds) and self-healing functional materials (i.e. restoration of properties beyond mechanical properties, e.g., restoration of the absorption after photooxidation)
  • Redox-active polymers for battery applications
    Synthesis and characterization of redox-active polymers for organic radical batteries as well as polymer redox-flow batteries
  • Conjugated polymers for solar cells
    Synthesis and characterization of conjugated donor-acceptor polymers

Selected Publications

  1. T. Janoschka, N. Martin, U. Martin, C. Friebe, S. Morgenstern, H. Hiller, M. D. Hager, U. S. Schubert "Aqueous, polymer-based redox-flow battery using non-corrosive, safe and low-cost materials" Nature 2015, 527, 78-81.
  2. J. Ahner, M. Micheel, R. Geitner, M. Schmitt, J. Popp, B. Dietzek*, M. D. Hager* "Self-healing functional polymers: Optical property recovery of conjugated polymer films by uncatalyzed imine metathesis" Macromolecules 2017, 50, 3789-3795.
  3. N. Kuhl, M. Abend, S. Bode, U. S. Schubert*, M. D. Hager* "Oxime crosslinked polymer networks: Is every reversible covalent bond suitable to create self-healing polymers?" J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2016, 133, 44168.
  4. N. Kuhl, S. Bode, R. K. Bose, J. Vitz, S. Hoeppener, S. J. Garcia, S. van der Zwaag, M. D. Hager*, U. S. Schubert* "Acylhydrazones as reversible covalent crosslinkers for self-healing polymers" Adv. Funct. Mater. 2015, 25, 3295-3301.
  5. S. Bode, R. Geitner, M. Abend, M. Siegmann, M. Enke, N. Kuhl, M. Klein, J. Vitz, S. Gräfe, B. Dietzek, M. Schmitt, J. Popp, U. S. Schubert, M. D. Hager* "Intrinsic self-healing polymers with high E-modulus based on dynamic reversible urea bonds" NPG Asia Mater. 2017, 9, e420.

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PD Dr. Harald Hoppe Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
Humboldtstr. 10
07743 Jena

harald.hoppe@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48995
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48202

Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Publications

  1. Kästner, K. Vandewal, D. A. M. Egbe, H. Hoppe, Advanced Science 2017, 4, 1600331.
  2. O. Synooka, K. R. Eberhardt, J. Balko, T. Thurn-Albrecht, G. Gobsch, W. Mitchell, S. Berny, M. Carrasco-Orozco, H. Hoppe, Nanotechnology 2016, 27, 254001.
  3. R. Roesch, T. Faber, E. von Hauff, T. M. Brown, M. Lira-Cantu, H. Hoppe, Advanced Energy Materials 2015, 5, 1501407.
  4. O. Synooka, K. R. Eberhardt, H. Hoppe, RSC Advances 2014, 4, 16681-16685.
  5. R. Roesch, K.-R. Eberhardt, S. Engmann, G. Gobsch, H. Hoppe, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 2013, 117, 59-66.
Dr. Michael Jäger Show content

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
Humboldtstr. 10
07743 Jena

michael.jager.iomc@uni-jena.de 
Phone: +49 3641 9-48221
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48202

Dr. Isabel Kinski Show content

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS
Michael-Faraday-Str. 1
07629 Hermsdorf

E-Mail
Phone: +49 36601 93 01-3931
Fax:      +49 351 255-4128

Dr. Ralf Kriegel Show content

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS
Michael-Faraday-Str. 1
07629 Hermsdorf

E-Mail
Phone: +49 36601 9301-4870
Fax:      +49 36601 9301-3921

Selected Publications

  1. P. Gaczynski, J. Boer, A. Harpf, R. Kircheisen, R. Kriegel, K.-D. Becker "High-temperature 57Fe Mössbauer study of (Ba0.5Sr0.5)(Co0.8Fe0.2)O3-δ." Solid State Ionics 2018, S. 59 – 65.
  2. R. Kiebach, K. Engelbrecht, K. Kwok, S. Molin, M. Søgaard, P. Niehoff, F. Schulze-Küppers, R. Kriegel, J. Kluge, P. V. Hendriksen "Joining of ceramic Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3 membranes for oxygen production to high temperature alloys" J. Membr. Sc. 2016, 506, S. 11 – 21.
  3. A. Michaelis, M. Stelter, H. Klemm, I. Voigt, R. Kriegel “Current Trends in ceramic Technologies and Systems" in: T. Ohji, M. Singh (Eds.), Engineered Ceramics: Current Status and Future Prospects., Wiley VCH 2016, S. 383 - 414, ISBN 978-1-119-10040-9.
  4. U. Pippardt, J. Böer, L. Kiesel, R. Kircheisen, R. Kriegel, I. Voigt "Co-firing technology for preparation of asymmetric oxygen transporting membranes based on BSCF and Zr-doped BSCF" AIChE Journal 2014 60, 1, S. 15 - 21.
  5. M. Schulz, U. Pippardt, L. Kiesel, K. Ritter, R. Kriegel "Oxygen permeation of various archetypes of oxygen membranes based on BSCF" AIChE Journal 2012 58, 10, S. 3195 ‑ 3202.
Prof. Dr. Falko Langenhorst Show content

Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Geosciences
Burgweg 11
07749 Jena

falko.langenhorst@uni-jena.de 
Phone: +49 3641 9-48731
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48702

Dr. Alexandra Lex-Balducci Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
Humboldtstr. 10
07743 Jena

a.lex-balducci@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48237
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48202

Curriculum Vitae [pdf, 221 kb] de

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Publications

  1. V. Sharova, G.-T. Kim, G. A.Giffin, A. Lex-Balducci*, S. Passerini* "Quaternary polymer electrolytes containing an ionic liquid and a ceramic filler" Macromolecular rapid communications 2016, 37, 1188.
  2. S. D. Tillmann, P. Isken, A. Lex-Balducci* "Lithium coordination in cyclic-carbonate-based gel polymer electrolyte" The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2015, 119, 14873.
  3. S. D. Tillmann, P. Isken, A. Lex-Balducci* "Gel polymer electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries comprising cyclic carbonate moieties" Journal of Power Sources 2014, 271, 239.
  4. M. Schroeder, P. Isken, M. Winter, S. Passerini, A. Lex-Balducci*, A. Balducci* "An Investigation on the Use of a Methacrylate-Based Gel Polymer Electrolyte in High Power Devices" Journal of The Electrochemical Society 2013, 160, A1753.
  5. P. Isken, Winter, M.M. Winter, S. Passerini, A. Lex-Balducci* "Methacrylate based Gel Polymer Electrolyte for Lithium-Ion Batteries" Journal of Power Sources 2013, 225, 157.

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Prof. Dr. Frank A. Müller Show content

Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Otto Schott Institute of Materials Research
Löbdergraben 32
07743 Jena

frank.mueller@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-47750
Fax:      +49 3641 9-47702

Curriculum Vitae

Research Areas

  • bio-inspired materials (biomineralization, biomimetic surfaces, structural hybrids) and laser materials processing (nanoparticle synthesis, surface modification, additive manufacturing processes, coatings) for applications in the fields of biomaterials, energy and environmental technology

Selected Publications

  1. A. Tesch, C Wenisch, K.H. Herrmann, J.R. Reichenbach, P. Warncke, D. Fischer, F.A. Müller "Luminomagnetic Eu3+- and Dy3+-doped hydroxyapatite for multimodal imaging" Mater. Sci. Eng. 2017, C 81, 422-431.
  2. S. Engel, D. Smykalla, B. Ploss, .S Gräf, F.A. Müller "Effect of (Cd:Zn)S particle concentration and photoexcitation on the electrical and ferroelectric properties of (Cd:Zn)S/P(VDF-TrFE) composite films" Polymers 2017, 9, 650.
  3. F.A. Müller, C. Kunz, S. Gräf "Bio-inspired functional surfaces based on laser-induced periodic surface structures" Materials 2016, 9, 476.
  4. J.F. Bartolome, A. Smirnov, H.D. Kurland, J. Grabow, F.A. Müller "New ZrO2-Al2O3nanocomposite fabricated from hybrid nanoparticles prepared by CO2 laser co-vaporization" Sci. Rep. 2016, 620589.
  5. C. Stolze, T. Janoschka, S. Flauder, F.A. Müller, M. Hager, U.S. Schubert "Investigation of Ice-templated Porous Electrodes for Application in Organic Batteries" ACS Appl. Mater. Inter. 2016, 8, 23614-23623.

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Prof. Dr. Martin Oschatz Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Technical and Environmental Chemistry
Philosophenweg 7a
07743 Jena

martin.oschatz@uni-jena.de 
Phone: +49 3641 9-48400
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48402

 

 

 

 

Research Areas

  • Synthesis of nanostructured, heteroatom-doped carbon materials from molecular precursors
  • Structure-performance-relationships of porous carbon materials in thermal catalysis and electrocatalysis
  • Investigation of fundamental adsorption phenomena on porous materials
  • Porous carbon materials in heterogeneous catalysis and electrochemical energy storage/conversion

Selected Publications

  1. „From Molecular Precursors to Nanoparticles-Tailoring the Adsorption Properties of Porous Carbon Materials by Controlled Chemical Functionalization“ M. Perovic, Q. Qin, M. Oschatz, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2020, 1908371.
  2. „Porous nitrogen-doped carbon/carbon nanocomposite electrodes enable sodium ion capacitors with high capacity and rate capability“ R. Yan, K. Leus, J. P. Hofmann, M. Antonietti, M. Oschatz, Nano Energy 2020, 67, 104240.
  3. „Enhanced electrocatalytic N2 reduction via partial anion substitution in titanium oxide-carbon composites“ Q. Qin, Y. Zhao, M. Schmallegger, T. Heil, J. Schmidt, R. Walczak, G. Gescheidt-Demner, H. Jiao, M. Oschatz, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2019, 58, 13101-13106.
  4. „Toward the Experimental Understanding of the Energy Storage Mechanism and Ion Dynamics in Ionic Liquid Based Supercapacitors“ R. Yan, M. Antonietti, M. Oschatz, Adv. Energy Mater. 2018, 8, 1800026.
  5. „A search for selectivity to enable CO2 capture with porous adsorbents“ M. Oschatz, M. Antonietti, Energy Environ. Sci. 2018, 11, 57-70.
Prof. Dr. Kalina Peneva Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
Jena Center of Soft Matter
Lessingstr. 8
07743 Jena

kalina.peneva@uni-jena.de 
Phone: +49 3641 9-48790
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48792

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Areas

  • Rylene-based ligands for [FeFe]-hydrogenase model systems
  • Design and preparation of organic chromophores for energy storage and conversion
  • Synthesis, characterization and evaluation of fluorophores, small therapeutically active molecule and chemically defined carriers that find application in drug delivery, nanomedicine and biosensing

Selected Publications

  1. S. Kaloyanova, Y. Zagranyarski, S. Ritz, M. Hanulova, K. Koynov, A. Vonderheit, K. Muellen, K. Peneva "Water-Soluble NIR-Absorbing Rylene Chromophores for Selective Staining of Cellular Organelles" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138(9), 2881-2884.
  2. M. Lelle, S. Kaloyanova, C. Freidel, M. Theodoropoulou, M. Musheev, C. Niehrs, G. Stalla, K. Peneva "Octreotide-Mediated Tumor-Targeted Drug Delivery via a Cleavable Doxorubicin-Peptide Conjugate" Mol. Pharmaceutics 2015, 12(12), 4290-4300.
  3. Abul-Futouh, H., Y. Zagranyarski, C. Muller, M. Schulz, S. Kupfer, H. Gorls, M. El-Khateeb, S. Grafe, B. Dietzek, K. Peneva, W. Weigand "[FeFe]-Hydrogenase H-cluster mimics mediated by naphthalene monoimide derivatives of peri-substituted dichalcogenides" 2017. Dalton Trans 46(34): 11180-11191.
  4. I. Tabujew, M. Lelle, K. Peneva "Cell-penetrating peptides for nanomedicine – how to choose the right peptide" Bionanomaterials 2015, 16(1), 59-72.
  5. [1] C. Freidel, S. Kaloyanova, K. Peneva "Chemical tags for site-specific fluorescent labeling of biomolecules" Amino Acids 2016, 48(6), 1357-1372.

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PD Dr. Martin Presselt Show content
Porträt Dr. Martin Presselt Porträt Dr. Martin Presselt Image: Dr. Martin Presselt

Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Physical Chemistry
Lessingstraße 8
07743 Jena

martin.presselt@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48359
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48302

Curriculum Vitae [pdf, 86 kb]

 

 

 

Research Areas

  • Supramolecular chemistry:

Investigation of the relationships between molecular form, functiona­li­zation and supramolecular geometries

This addresses the following fields of research: Thermodynamic stability and self-healing of molecular monolayers, membranes and thin filmso

Control of selectivity and permeability of thin membranes for electrochemical and sensory applicationso   

Development of novel carbon-based 2D materials for mechanical (e.g. filtration) and/or optoelectronic/electrochemical applications·       

  • Supramolecular photonics and electronics:

Studies on how photonic and electronic material properties depend on supramolecular structures

Control of interface morphologies in optoelectronic devices or model layers for a more detailed understanding of photo-excited processes at interfaces

Photo-switchable nano- and micro-environments for controlling analyte binding and permeability 

Selected Publications

  1. Das, S. K.; Fiedler, J.; Stauffert, O.; Walter, M.; Buhmann, S.; Presselt, M.*,
    Macroscopic Quantum Electrodynamics and Density Functional Theory Approaches to Dispersion Interactions between Fullerenes.
    Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2020., DOI: 10.1039/D0CP02863K
  2. Hupfer, M. L.; Kaufmann, M.; May, S.; Preiss, J.; Weiss, D.; Dietzek, B.; Beckert, R.; Presselt, M.*
    Enhancing the supramolecular stability of monolayers by combining dipolar with amphiphilic motifs: a case of amphiphilic push-pull-thiazole.
    Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2019, 21 (24), 13241-13247.
  3. Hupfer, M. L.; Herrmann-Westendorf, F.; Kaufmann, M.; Weiss, D.; Beckert, R.; Dietzek, B.; Presselt, M.*
    Autonomous Supramolecular Interface Self-Healing Monitored by Restoration of UV/Vis Absorption Spectra of Self-Assembled Thiazole Layers.
    Chemistry 2019, 25 (36), 8630-8634.
  4. Das, S. K.; Plentz, J.; Brückner, U.; von der Lühe, M.; Eckhard, O.; Schacher, F. H.; Täuscher, E.; Ritter, U.; Andrä, G.; Dietzek, B.Presselt, M*.
    Controlling Intermolecular Interactions at Interfaces: Case of Supramolecular Tuning of Fullerene's Electronic Structure.
    Advanced Energy Materials 2018, 8 (32), 1801737.
  5. Sachse, T.; Martinez, T. J.; Dietzek, B.; Presselt, M*.
    A Program for Automatically Predicting Supramolecular Aggregates and Its Application to Urea and Porphin. J. Comput. Chem. 2018, 39 (13), 763-772.
Prof. Dr. Markus Rettenmayr Show content

Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Otto Schott Institute of Materials Research
Löbdergraben 32
07743 Jena

M.Rettenmayr@uni-jena.de 
Phone: +49 3641 9-47790
Fax:      +49 3641 9-47792

Curriculum Vitae [pdf, 181 kb] de

Selected Publications

  1. D. Siegismund, A. Undisz, S. Germerodt, S. Schuster, M. Rettenmayr "Quantification of the Interaction of Biomaterial Surfaces and Bacterial Pathogens by 3D Modeling" Acta Biomaterialia 2014, 10, 267-275.
  2. D.M. Liu, J. Stötzel, M. Seyring, M. Drüe, X.Z. Li, R. Schmechel, M. Rettenmayr "Anisotropic n-type Bi2Te3-In2Te3 Thermoelectric Material Produced by Seeding Zone Melting and Solid State Transformation" Crystal Growth and Design 2016, 16, 617-624.
  3. D.M. Liu, X.Z. Li, P.M. de Castro Borlido, S. Botti, R. Schmechel, M. Rettenmayr "Anisotropic Layered Bi2Te3-In2Te3Composites: Control of Interface Density for Tuning of Thermoelectric Properties" Scientific Reports 2017, 7, 43611.
  4. M. Seyring, A. Simon, I. Voigt, U. Ritter, M. Rettenmayr "Quantitative Crystallographic Analysis of Individual Carbon Nanofibers Using High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy" Carbon 2017, 116, 347-355.
  5. M. Drüe, M. Seyring, M. Rettenmayr "Phase Formation And Microstructure in Lithium-Carbon Intercalation Compounds During Lithium Uptake and Release" Journal of Power Sources 2017, 353, 58-66.

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Dr. Hannes Richter Show content

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS
Michael-Faraday-Str. 1
07629 Hermsdorf

E-Mail
Phone: +49 36601 93 01-1866
Fax:      +49 351 255-4369

Prof. Dr. Felix Helmut Schacher Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
Jena Center of Soft Matter
Lessingstr. 8
07743 Jena

felix.schacher@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48250
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48252

Curriculum Vitae [pdf, 21 kb] de

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Areas

  • Polymer synthesis (controlled/living methods)
  • block copolymers
  • self-assembly
  • nanostructured and/or hierarchically structured materials
  • responsive membranes
  • hybrid particles

Selected Publications

  1. T. Press, A. Ramoji, A. C. Rinkenauer, M. vd Lühe, J. Hoff, M. Butans, C. Rössel, C. Pietsch, U. Neugebauer, F. H. Schacher, M. Bauer, "Cargo-Carrier Interactions Significantly Contribute to Micellar Conformation and Biodistribution", NPG Asia Materials 2017, 9, e444.
  2. Wendler, K. R. A. Schneider, B. Dietzek, F. H. Schacher, "Light-Responsive Terpolymers Based on Polymerizable Photoacids", Polym. Chem. 2017, 8, 2959-2971.
  3. Rudolph, M. v. d. Lühe, M. Hartlieb, S. Norsic, U. S. Schubert, C. Boisson, F. D'Agosto, F. H. Schacher, "Towards anisotropic hybrid materials: Directional crystallization of amphiphilic polyoxazoline-based triblock terpolymers", ACS Nano 2015, 9, 10085-10098.
  4. Hörenz, T. Rudolph, M. J. Barthel, U. Günther, F. H. Schacher, “Amphiphilic polyether-based block copolymers as crosslinkable ligands for Au nanoparticles", Polym. Chem. 2015, 6, 5633-5642.
  5. C. Rinkenauer, A. Schallon, U. Günther, M. Wagner, E. Betthausen, U. S. Schubert, F. H. Schacher, “A paradigm change: Efficient transfection of human leukemia cells by stimuli-responsive multicompartment micelles“, ACS Nano 2013, 7, 9621-9631.

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Prof. Dr. Ulrich S. Schubert Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
Humboldtstr. 10
07743 Jena

ulrich.schubert@uni-jena.de

Phone: +49 3641 9-48201
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48202

Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Areas

  • Metallo-supramolecular polymers, conjugated polymers
  • Tailored functional macromolecules and nanoparticles
  • Drug delivery systems & bio-compatible materials
  • High-throughput experimentation, (co)polymer characterization
  • Inkjet printing functional materials
  • Energy creation and storage (batteries), OLED’s, sensors
  • Nanolithography and nanochemistry

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Prof. Dr. Michael Stelter Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Technical and Environmental Chemistry
Philosophenweg 7a
07743 Jena

Michael.Stelter@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48430
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48402

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS
Michael-Faraday-Str. 1
07629 Hermsdorf

E-Mail
Phone: +49 36601 93010-3031
Fax:      +49 351 255-4208

Prof. Dr. Andrey Turchanin Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Physical Chemistry
Lessingstraße 10
07743 Jena

andrey.turchanin@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-48370
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48302

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research topics

  • Tailored synthesis of novel two-dimensional (2D) materials: organic monolayers and thin films, graphene, carbon nanomembranes, lateral free-standing heterostructures, van der Waals heterostructures, biofunctional surfaces, and interfaces
  • Spectroscopic and microscopic characterization of organic and inorganic nanomaterials on the nanometer scale, investigation of growth mechanisms, electronic and optical properties and biocompatibility
  • Use of 2D functional materials in novel devices: Electrochemical sensors for highly specific and highly sensitive detection of biomarkers, carbon-based field effect transistors for, e.g., flexible electronics, biofunctional nanomembranes for high-resolution transmission electron microscopy of proteins, photoactive nanomembranes for artificial photosynthesis, nanophotonic structures

Selected Publications

  1. Babu, C. Neumann, M. Enke, A. Lex-Balducci, A. Turchanin, U. S. Schubert, A. Balducci, Aging processes in high voltage lithium-ion capacitors containing liquid and gel-polymer electrolytes. J. Power Sources 496 (2021) 229797.
  2. Griffin, L. Mogg, G. P. Hao, K. Gopinadhan, C. Bacaksiz, G. Lopez-Polin, T. Y. Zhou, V. Guarochico, J. Cai, C. Neumann, A. Winter, M. Mohn, J. H. Lee, J. Lin, U. Kaiser, I.V. Grigorieva, K. Suenaga, B. Ӧzyilmaz, H. M. Cheng, W. C. Ren, A. Turchanin, F. M. Peeters, A.K. Geim, M. Lozada-Hidalgo, Enhanced proton and Li-ion permeation through graphene with eight-atom-ring defects. ACS Nano 14 (2020) 7280–7286.
  3. Brehm, A. L. Santhosha, Z. Zhang, C. Neumann, A. Turchanin, A. Martin, N. Pinna, M. Seyring, M. Rettenmayr, J. R. Buchheim, P. Adelhelm, Copper thiophosphate (Cu3PS4) as electrode for sodium-ion batteries with ether electrolyte. Adv. Func. Mater. 30 (2020) 1910583.
  4. Wang, Y. Fu, F. Wang, Z. Liao, C. Neumann, A. Turchanin, G. Nam, E. Zschech, J. Cho, J. Zhang, X. Feng, Confined growth of porous nitrogen-doped cobalt oxide nanoarrays as bifunctional oxygen electrocatalysts for rechargeable zinc–air batteries. Energy Stor. Mater. 26 (2020) 157-164.
  5. Neumann, D. Kaiser, M. J. Mohn, M. Füser, N.-E. Weber, O. Reimer, A. Gölzhäuser, T. Weimann, A. Terfort, U. Kaiser, A. Turchanin, Bottom-up synthesis of graphene monolayers with tunable crystallinity and porosity. ACS Nano 13 (2019) 7310-7322.
Prof. Dr. Ingolf Voigt Show content

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS
Michael-Faraday-Str. 1
07629 Hermsdorf

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Phone: +49 36601 93 01-2618
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Dr. Roland Weidl Show content
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Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS
Michael-Faraday-Str. 1
07629 Hermsdorf

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Phone: +49 36601 9301-5013
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Research Areas

  • System concepts
  • Validation
  • Mobile Energy Storage Systems (Current research: Development of high-energy electrodes for bipolar lithium-ion batteries, Electrolyte filling of lithium-ion batteries: "optilyt")
  • Stationary Energy Storage Systems (Current research: cerenergy - low-cost ceramic high temperature battery, Ceramic alkali-ion conductors for electrochemical energy storage systems and converters, cerenergy® – the high-temperature battery for stationary energy storage)
  • Thin-Film Technology (Current research: Surface-conformal powder coating using ALD and CVD processes, Current research: Functional thin films by atomic layer deposition (ALD), CVD hard coatings, Aligned carbon nanotubes, Nanoscale ALD and sol-gel coatings)
Prof. Lothar Wondraczek Show content
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Otto Schott Institute of Materials Research
Fraunhoferstraße 6
07743 Jena

lothar.wondraczek@uni-jena.de 
Phone: +49 3641 9-48504
Fax:      +49 3641 9-48502

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