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Materials Research

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Short Description

The Campus Research Focus “Materials Research” is excellently networked on both a regional and an international scale. Scientists at the Universities of Giessen and Marburg and the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen University of Applied Sciences are conducting joint interdisciplinary research with other universities and non-university partners in Germany and abroad, applying theoretical, experimental and application-oriented approaches. Apart from basic research on the storage of chemical and electrochemical energy, research is focusing on the exploration of substitution concepts for sustainable and resource-efficient materials and the further development of semiconductors, other functional materials and microelectronic devices for the operation of  future photonics, optoelectronics and electronics technologies, for example. The researchers are establishing the scientific basis required for applications and are exploring the production and the utilisation of innovative materials. In doing so, they are making a decisive contribution towards the development and research of promising technologies.

Successful Joint Research
  • LOEWE Research Cluster „SynChemBio“
    Funding since 2014
  • LOEWE Research Cluster BAMP! Building with Paper
    Funding period: 2017 to 2020 (participation)

  • LOEWE Project „SimPlex - Development of a computational methodology for the simulation of acryl glass under impact loading“
    Funding period: 2017 to 2019 (coordination)

  • German Federation of Industrial Research Associations (AiF) project „Stochastic fracture behaviour of windshields during head impact tests for pedestrian protection“
    Funding period: 2016 to 2018 (coordination

  • Funding by German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (GIF)

  • Numerous industrial cooperations (e.g., with Actiol, BASF, Dockweiler Chemicals, NAsPIII/V, Osram, Toyota, Umicore), projects funded by the Federal Ministy of Education and Research (Junior Research Training Group within NanoMatFutur, collaborative projects: ANSPARKON, MehrSi, TBAforPV, BMWi T-AGE) and the European Union (e.g., DOTSENSE, ERMP, PROMIS)
  • DAAD Exchange programmes with numerous international partners. 
Research Infrastructure
  • Center for Materials Research (LaMa), Justus Liebig University Giessen: Core facility at JLU, supported by the departments of chemistry and physics
    • Micro- and Nanofabrication Laboratory (MiNa) with electron beam lithography
    • Electrochemistry and Interface Laboratory (ElCh)
    • Large-Scale Facilities: Time-of-Flight Mass-Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS), Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS/UPS), high resolution scanning electron microscopy, molecular beam epitaxy facility, atomic layer deposition facility, scanning probe microscopy
  • Materials Science Center (WZMW), Philipps-Universität Marburg: Core facility of UMR, supported by the faculties physics, chemistry and biology
    • Structure and Technology Research Laboratory (STRL) with focus on semiconductor epitaxy and quantitative structure characterization
    • Large-Scale Facilities: several MOVPE (metal organic gas phase epitaxy) machines, several transmission electron microscopes, FIB-SEMs, high resolution X-ray diffraction, scanning probe microscopy, photoluminescence spectroscopy
  • Competence Center for Nanotechology and Photonics (NanoP), THM University of Applied Sciences
    • Laboratory for organic electronics with inkjet material printer
    • Cluster and software for numerical process and device simulation in the field of micro and nano electronics

       

Research Environment
Participating Researchers
  • Prof. Dr. Klaus Behler, Faculty of Mathematics, Life Sciences and Computing, THM
  • Prof. Dr. Sangam Chatterjee, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, I. Physics Institute, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Stefanie Dehnen, Faculty of Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Carsten von Hänisch, Faculty of Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Florian Kraus, Faculty of Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Leitis, Faculty of Electircal Engineering and Information Technology, Mechatronics, THM
  • PD Dr. Angelika Polity, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, I. Physics Institute, JLU
  • Dr.-Ing. Ubbo Ricklefs, Faculty of Electircal Engineering and Information Technology, THM
  • Prof. Dr. Bernhard Roling, Faculty of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Andreas Seubert, Faculty of Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Jörg Sundermeyer, Faculty of Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Tallarek, Faculty of Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Dürr, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, Institute for Applied Physics, JLU
  • Dr. Matthias Elm, Centre for Materials Research (LaMa), JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Florian Gebhard, Faculty of Physics, Many Particles Physics, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Gottfried, Faculty of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Richard Göttlich, Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, Institute of Organic Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Norbert Hampp, Faculty of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Heiliger, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, Institute of Theoretical Physics, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Wolfram Heimbrodt, Faculty of Physics, Experimental Semiconductor Physics, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Detlev Hofmann, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, I. Physics Institute, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Höfer, Faculty of Physics, Surface Physics, UMR Prof. Dr. Peter Jakob, Faculty of Physics, Surface Physics, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Jürgen Janek, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, Institute of Physical Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Peter J. Klar, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, I. Physics Institute, JLU
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alexander Klös, Faculty of Electircal Engineering and Information Technology, THM
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Koch, Faculty of Physics, Experimental Semiconductor Physics, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Stephan Koch, Faculty of Physics, Theoretical Semiconductor Physics, UMR
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Stefan Kolling, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Energy Technology, THM
  • Prof. Dr. Slobodan Mitic, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, I. Physics Institute, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Doreen Mollenhauer, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, Institute of Physical Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Wolf Eckhard Müller, Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Herbert Over, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, Institute of Physical Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Siegfried Schindler, Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Schippers, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, I. Physics Institute, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. André Schirmeisen, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, Institute for Applied Physics, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Derck Schlettwein, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, Institute for Applied Physics, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Peter R. Schreiner,  Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, Institute of Organic Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Bernd Smarsly, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, Institute of Physical Chemistry, JLU
  • Dr. Wolfgang Stolz, Faculty of Physics, Experimental Semiconductor Physics, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Sure, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Energy Technology, THM
  • Prof. Dr. Markus Thoma, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics, Geography, I. Physics Institute, JLU
  • Dr. Ralf Tonner, Faculty of Chemistry, Theoretical Chemistry, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Volz, Faculty of Physics, Experimental Semiconductor Physics, UMR
  • Prof. Dr. Hermann Wegner, Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, Institute of Organic Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Mathias Wickleder, Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, JLU
  • Prof. Dr. Gregor Witte, Faculty of Physics, Molecular Solid State Physics UMR