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Saturday, 01 October 2011

Start-up of the Young Investigators Group "ENano"

On October 1st, the newly established interdisciplinary young investigators group "ENano" has started at the Chair of Materials Science and Nanotechnology. The "Nanoanalytics for Energy Technology" (ENano) is an research group of eight young scientists that bundles eight research projects that are related to advanced nanoanalytical methods. The projects utilize different physical and chemical nanoanalytical methods which synergetically cover the multi-disciplinary analysis of the investigated material systems. These new methods will enable the efficient development and research in the field of energy technology. The methods target on the analysis of electrochemical processes at the nanoscale and utilize electron and x-ray tomography, electron holography, microcapillary cells, scanning force microscopy and tunneling microscopy. During the development the nanoanalytic methods are applied to specific problems, including solar cells, thermochemical energy storage, alkaline hydrolysis, energy efficient actuators and lithium ion batteries. The ENano time-line runs from October 2011 to December 2013. Further goals are defined for an additional time-line until September 2014.

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