We study membrane materials for power-to-X technologies in order to elucidate their atomic structures, defects and transport properties.
We investigate novel high strength and light weight materials for transportation and mobility.
We investigate materials for Li-ion batteries on all length scales and help to optimise their properties with respect to charge density, ageing and reliability.
New paradigms in computing involve filamentary switching in oxide materials for memristive devices and non-von-Neumann architectures such as neuromorphic computing.
We study materials and devices with micro-Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopy and correlate their optoelectronic properties with their structural and functional characteristics.
We develop techniques to improve the understanding of material structures imaged with electrons allowing the determination of material properties on the atomic scale.