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Department of Physics
open chemistry
KVL / Klausuren / MAP 1st HS: 02.11  2nd HS: 21.12 01.03  begin SS: 12.04

4020205068 Nanospectroscopy for energy relevant materials  VVZ 

Wed 15-17
weekly nV or digital (0) Simone Raoux, Tristan Petit

Digitaler Kurs

In this seminar, we want to discuss methods and techniques for the fabrication and characterization of energy-relevant materials. In particular we will study spectroscopic and microscopic methods used at synchrotron radiation sources. The application of these methods for in situ/operando studies of new materials for energy storage and conversion are discussed.

In the seminar, students will prepare presentations the production, characterization and use of new / current energy-relevant functional materials using synchrotron-based spectroscopic and microscopic methods.

Also the following topics will be discussed:
How do I give a scientific presentation?
How do I do a scientific literature research?
Scientific ethics, good scientific conduct
How do I write a scientific publication? Authorship
How do I plan a project (experiment, theory, software, funding)?
What are scientific career opportunities?

Interest in synchrotron radiation sources, nanospectroscopy, and energy-related materials.
Structure / topics / contents
*Synchrotron-based X-ray microscopy
* Synchrotron-based X-ray spectroscopy
* In situ/operandocharacterization of energy materials
* New materials for photovoltaic applications
* New 2-D materials
* New materials for photovoltaic applications
* Multilayer materials for electrochemical energy storage
* Nanostructured thermoelectric materials
The participants of the seminar shape the topic selection and depth themselves.
Assigned modules
Amount, credit points; Exam / major course assessment
2 SWS, 6 SP/ECTS (Arbeitsanteil im Modul für diese Lehrveranstaltung, nicht verbindlich)
2 SWS, 6 SP/ECTS. Regular attendance and preparation of a presentation.
Prof. Dr. Simone Raoux, +49 (0)30 8062 12936,, Dr. Tristan Petit, +49 (0)30 8062 15805,
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