PhD Students

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Simon Albers

Research topic:

Interface engineering to enable aqueous processing of Ni-rich layered oxide cathodes.

Team:

Simon Albers works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

  • Publications

    Theresa Jaster, Simon Albers, Armin Leonhard, Mena-Alexander Kräenbring, Heiko Lohmann, Barbara Zeidler-Fandrich, Fatih Özcan, Doris Segets, Ulf-Peter Apfel (2023) Enhancement of CO2RR product formation on Cu-ZnO-based electrodes by varying ink formulation and post-treatment methods DOI 10.1088/2515-7655/acb8db

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Baris Cem Alpay

Research topic:

Synthesis and characterization of compositionally complex Ni-rich cathode active materials.

Team:

Baris Cem Alpay works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

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Linus Altemöller

Research topic:

Supramolecular and Macromolecular Concepts for Redox-Flow Battery Systems.

Team:

Linus Altemöller works in the group of  Prof. Dr. Bart Jan Ravoo, Institute for Organic Chemistry of University of Münster.

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Chinwendu Nancy Anabaraonye

Research topic:

Application of machine learning techniques in the simulation of electrolytes.

Team:

Chinwendu Nancy Anabaraonye works in the group of Prof. Dr. Andreas Heuer, Institute for Physical Chemistry of University of Münster.

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Anindityo Arifiadi

Research topic:

Composite Cathode Concepts for High-Energy Lithium-based Batteries.

Team:

Anindityo Arifiadi works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

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Lisa Balke

Research topic: 

Development of analytical imaging methods for the analysis of electrode-electrolyte interphases in lithium-ion batteries.

Team:

Lisa Balke performs her research in the group of Prof. Dr. Uwe Karst, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of University of Münster.

  • Publications

    Laura Pérez-Martínez, Lisa Balke, Angel Cuesta (2021), Reactive and inhibiting species in the electrocatalytic oxidation of glycerol on gold. A study combining in-situ visible reflectance and ATR-SEIRAS, Journal of Catalysis 394: 1–7
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcat.2020.12.010

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Thorben Böger

Research topic: 

Conduction mechanisms in sodium superionic conductors (NASICONs) by experimental and computational analysis.

Team:

Thorben Böger works in the group of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry at the University of Münster.

  • Publications

    Tim Bernges, Thorben Böger, Oliver Maus, Paul S. Till, Matthias T. Agne, Wolfgang G. Zeier (2022) Scaling Relations for Ionic and Thermal Transport in the N+ Ionic Conductor Na3PS4
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsmaterialslett.2c00846?ref=pdf

    Matthias T. Agne, Thorben Böger, Tim Bernges, and Wolfgang G. Zeier*, PRX Energy 1, 031002 – Published 22 December 2022, Importance of Thermal Transport for the Design of Solid-State Battery Materials.
    https://journals.aps.org/prxenergy/abstract/10.1103/PRXEnergy.1.031002

    Thorben Böger, Tim Bernges, Yuheng Li, Pieremanuele Canepa, and Wolfgang G. Zeier, ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2023, Thermal Conductivities of Lithium-Ion-Conducting Solid Electrolytes
    https://doi.org/10.1021/acsaem.3c01977

    V. Faka, M.T. Agne, M.A. Lange, D. Daisenberger, B. Wankmiller, S. Schwarzmüller, H. Huppertz, O. Maus, B. Helm, T. Böger, J. Hartel, J.M. Gerdes, J.J. Molaison, G. Kieslich, M.R. Hansen, W.G. Zeier (2024) Pressure-Induced Dislocations and Their Influence on Ionic Transport in Li+-Conducting Argyrodites, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2024, 146, 2, 1710-1721, DOI: 10.1021/jacs.3c12323

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Julius Buchmann

Research topic: 

Comprehensive analytical investigations and sustainable approaches for battery waste management and recycling.

Team:

Julius Buchmann works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

 

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Simon Buyting

Research topic: 

Investigation of molecular dynamics in battery polymer electrolytes by electrophoretic and other NMR methods.

Team:

Simon Buyting works in the group of Prof. Dr. Monika Schönhoff, Institute of Physical Chemistry of the University of Münster.

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Ankita Das

Research topic: 

Strategic design and synthesis of small organic molecules to act as electrolyte additives for improved Solid Electrolyte Interface (SEI) formation in Lithium-ion Batteries.

Team:

Ankita Das works in the group of Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius, Institute for Organic Chemistry of University of Münster.

  • Publications

    Subhabrata Dutta, Johannes E Erchinger, Felix Schäfers, Ankita Das, Constantin G Daniliuc, Frank Glorius (2022) Chromium/Photoredox Dual-Catalyzed Synthesis of α-Benzylic Alcohols, Isochromanones, 1,2-Oxy Alcohols and 1,2-Thio Alcohols, https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.202212136

    Linda Quach, Egy Adhitama, Valentin Göldner, Ankita Das, Feleke Demelash, Martin Winter, Uwe Karst, Tobias Placke, Frank Glorius (2023) Molecular Design of Film-Forming Additives for Lithium-Ion Batteries: Impact of Molecular Substrate Parameters on Cell Performance ACS Applied Energy Materials 2023 6 (19), 9837-9850, https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsaem.3c01109

    Mowpriya Das, Conor Hogan, Robert Zielinski, Milan Kubicki, Maximilian Koy, Canan Kosbab, Simone Brozzesi, Ankita Das, Mike Thomas Nehring, Viktoria Balfanz, Juls Brühne, Mario Dähne, Martin Franz, Norbert Esser, Frank Glorius, (2023) N-Heterocyclic Olefins on a Silicon. Surface, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2023, 62, e202314663, https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.202314663

    Florenz Buß, Mowpriya Das, Daniel Janssen-Müller, Alexander Sietmann, Ankita Das, Lukas F. B. Wilm, Matthias Freitag, Michael Seidl, Frank Glorius, Fabian Dielmann (2023) Photoswitchable Electron-rich Phophines: Using Light to Modulate the Electron-Donating Ability of Phosphines. Chem. Commun. 2023, 59, 12019-12022, https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlepdf/2023/cc/d3cc04050j

    Huamin Wang, Huiling Shao, Ankita Das, Subhabrata Dutta, Hok Tsun Chan, Constantin Daniliuc, K. N. Houk, Frank Glorius (2023) Dearomative ring expansion of thiophenes by bicyclobutane insertion. Science 2023, 381, 75-81,
    https://www.science.org/doi/epdf/10.1126/science.adh9737

    Huamin Wang, Zhao Liu, Ankita Das, Peter Bellotti, Sebastian Megow, Friedrich Temps, Xiaotian Qi, Frank Glorius, (2023) Radical thioesterification via nickel-catalyzed sensitized electron transfer. Nature Synth. 2023, 2, 1116-1126
    https://www.nature.com/articles/s44160-023-00353-z

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Insa de Vries

Research topic: 

Analysis of ion transport and thermal conductivity in solid-state electrolytes using (ab initio) molecular dynamics.

Team:

Insa de Vries performs her research in the group of Prof. Dr. Nikos Doltsinis, Institute of Solid State Theory of University of Münster.

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Jignesh Dhumal

Research topic: 

Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Polymer Electrolytes used in Batteries.

Team:

Jignesh Dhumal performs his research in the group of Prof. Dr. Andreas Heuer, Institute for Physical Chemistry of University of Münster.

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Julia Dressler

Research topic: 

Investigation of the environmental impact of battery materials through single cell analysis.

Team:

Julia Dressler performs her research in the group of Prof. Dr. Uwe Karst, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of University of Münster.

  • Publications

    Julia Monika Dressler, Andrea Raab, Silvia Wehmeier, Jörg Feldmann (2023) Arsenic, cadmium, and lead in rice and rice products on the Austrian market. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/19393210.2023.2194061

    Silvia Wehmeier, Marc Preihs, Julia Dressler, Andrea Raab, Jörg Feldmann (2023) Detection of inorganic arsenic in rice using a field-deployable method with Cola extraction DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00216-023-05041-7

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Maike Gnutzmann

Research topic:

Direct Recycling of Ni-rich Layered Oxide Cathodes.

Team:

Maike Gnutzmann works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

  • Publications

    Aurora Gomez-Martin, Maike Michelle Gnutzmann, Egy Adhitama, Lars Frankenstein, Bastian Heidrich, Martin Winter, Tobias Placke (2022)‚ Opportunities and Challenges of Li2C4O4 as Pre-Lithiation Additive for the Positive Electrode in NMC622||Silicon/Graphite Lithium Ion Cells
    https://doi.org/10.1002/advs.202201742

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Matthias Hartmann

Research topic:

Synthesis and evaluation of alternative ion conductors for the implementation in solid-state ion batteries.

Team:

Matthias Hartmann works in the group of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the University of Münster.

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Marie Heidler

Research topic:

Recycling and Analysis of LFP based Batteries.

Team:

Marie Heidler works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

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Lukas Herbers

Research topic:

Designing of coated membranes for solid-state batteries.

Team:

Lukas Herbers works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

  • Publications

    Lukas Herbers, Verena Küpers, Martin Winter, Peter Bieker (2023) An ionic liquid- and PEO-based ternary polymer electrolyte for lithium metal batteries: an advanced processing solvent-free approach for solid electrolyte processing https://doi.org/10.1039/D3RA02488A

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Steffen Heuvel

Research topic: 

Design and Synthesis of Novel Active Materials for Lithium Batteries – From Cathode Materials to Electrolyte Solvents to Film-Forming Electrolyte Additives.

Team:

Steffen Heuvel works in the group of Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius, Institute for Organic Chemistry of University of Münster.

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Anne Hockmann

Research Topic:

Influence of Molecular Constituents in Localized High-Concentrated Electrolytes: Transport Behavior and Interfacial Processes.

Team:

Anne Hockmann works in the group of Prof. Dr. Monika Schönhoff, Institute of Physical Chemistry of University of Münster and Dr. Isidora Cekic-Laskovic, Helmholtz-Institute Münster of Forschungszentrum Jülich.

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Atif Javed

Research topic:

Design and Development of interface for positive active materials to enhance processability, performance, lifetime and safety for liquid and solid-state lithium-ion batteries.

Team:

Atif Javed works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

  • Publications

    Egy Adhitama, Frederico Dias Brandao, Iris Dienwiebel, Marlena M. Bela, Atif Javed, Lukas Haneke, Marian C. Stan, Martin Winter, Aurora Gomez-Martin, Tobias Placke (2022) Pre-Lithiation of Silicon Anodes by Thermal Evaporation of Lithium for Boosting the Energy Density of Lithium Ion Cells
    https://doi.org/10.1002/adfm.202201455

    Egy Adhitama, Stefan van Wickeren, Kerstin Neuhaus, Lars Frankenstein, Feleke Demelash, Atif Javed, Lukas Haneke, Sascha Nowak, Martin Winter, Aurora Gomez-Martin, Tobias Placke (2022) Revealing the Role, Mechanism, and Impact of AlF3 Coatings on the Interphase of Silicon Thin Film Anodes
    https://doi.org/10.1002/aenm.202201859

    Atif Javed, Ardavan Makvandi, Feleke Demelash, Egy Adhitama, Bastian Heidrich, Martin Peterlechner, Gerhard Wilde, Martin Winter, Markus Börner (2024) Interphase design of LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2as positive active material for lithium ion batteries via Al2O3 coatings using magnetron sputtering for improved performance and stability, Batteries and Supercaps 2024
    https://doi.org/10.1002/batt.202300580

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Lukas Ketter

Research topic:

Investigating transport properties of all-solid-state cathode composites.

Team:

Lukas Ketter works in the group of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the University of Münster.

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Jędrzej Kondek

Research topic:

Characterizing Cation Dynamics in Solid-State Electrolytes from Multinuclear NMR Spectroscopy.

Team:

Jędrzej Kondek works in the group of Prof. Dr. Michael Ryan Hansen, Institute for Physical Chemistry of University of Münster.

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Ibrahim Lawan

Research topic:

Solid state polymer electrolyte for Sodium-ion Battery.

Team:

Ibrahim Lawan works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

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Oliver Maus

Research topic:

Investigating the local structure of ionic conductors for solid state batteries.

Team:

Oliver Maus works in the group of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the University of Münster.

  • Publications

    Tim Bernges, Thorben Böger, Oliver Maus, Paul S. Till, Matthias T. Agne, Wolfgang G. Zeier (2022) Scaling Relations for Ionic and Thermal Transport in the N+ Ionic Conductor Na3PS4
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsmaterialslett.2c00846?ref=pdf

    Oliver Maus, Matthias T. Agne, Till Fuchs, Paul S. Till, Björn Wankmiller, Josef Maximilian Gerdes, Rituraj Sharma, Michael Heere, Niina Jalarvo, Omer Yaffe, Michael Ryan Hansen, and Wolfgang G. Zeier (2023) On the Discrepancy between Local and Average Structure in the
    Fast Na+ Ionic Conductor Na2.9 Sb0.9W0.1S4  https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.2c11803

    V. Faka, M.T. Agne, M.A. Lange, D. Daisenberger, B. Wankmiller, S. Schwarzmüller, H. Huppertz, O. Maus, B. Helm, T. Böger, J. Hartel, J.M. Gerdes, J.J. Molaison, G. Kieslich, M.R. Hansen, W.G. Zeier (2024) Pressure-Induced Dislocations and Their Influence on Ionic Transport in Li+-Conducting Argyrodites, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2024, 146, 2, 1710-1721, DOI: 10.1021/jacs.3c12323

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Maleen Middendorf

Research topic:

Determination of transport processes in neat protic ionic liquid as well as protic ionic Liquid-in-Li Salt electrolytes using electrophoretic and PFG NMR.

Team:

Maleen Middendorf works in the group of Prof. Dr. Monika Schönhoff, Institute of Physical Chemistry of University of Münster.

  • Publications

    Giselle de Araujo Lima e Souza, Maria Enrica Di Pietro, Franca Castiglione, Pedro Henrique Marques Mezencio, Patricia Fazzio Martins Martinez, Alessandro Mariani, Hanno Maria Schütz, Stefano Passerini, Maleen Middendorf, Monika Schönhoff, Alessandro Triolo , Giovanni Battista Appetecchi , Andrea Mele (2022) Implications of Anion Structure on Physicochemical Properties of DBU-Based Protic Ionic Liquids , The Journal of Physical Chemistry B  2022, 126, 36, 7006-7014, https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcb.2c02789

    Giselle de Araujo Lima e Souza, Maria Enrica Di Pietro, Franca Castiglione, Patricia Fazzio Martins Martinez, Maleen Middendorf, Monika Schönhoff, Carla Cecilia Fraenza, Phillip Stallworth, Steven Greenbaum, Alessandro Triolo, Giovanni Battista Appetecchi, Andrea Mele (2024) Unveiling the transport properties of protic ionic liquids: Lithium ion dynamics modulated by the anion fluorine reservoir, Electrochimica Acta, Volume 475, 20 Jan 2024, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electacta.2023.143598

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Elisabeth Muschiol

Research topic:

Hazard characterization of new battery materials in cell models to determine cytotoxic as well as genotoxic and mutagenic effects. In addition, the environmental compatibility of these materials will be assessed.

Team:

Elisabeth Muschiol works in the group of Prof. Dr. Melanie Esselen, Institute of Food Chemistry of University of Münster.

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Elina Nazmutdinova

Research topic:

Polymers for thiophosphate-based solid-state batteries.

Team:

Elina Nazmutdinova works in the group of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of University of Münster.

  • Publications

    E. Nazmutdinova, C. Rosenbach, C. Schmidt, S. Sarawutanukul, K. Neuhaus, A. Gröschel, N.M. Vargas-Barbosa (2023) On the Influence of Li3InCl6-PEDOT:PSS Hybrids in Solid-State Batteries Prepared via an Aqueous One-Pot Approach, Batteries and Supercaps 2023, DOI: 10.1002/batt.202300434

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Jan Pleie

Research topic:

Analysis and cell designs of polymer-based hybrid electrolytes.

Team:

Jan Pleie works in the group of Dr. Gunther Brunklaus, Helmholtz Institute Münster of Forschungszentrum Jülich.

  • Publications

    Egy Adhitama, Andam Deatama Refino, Tobias Brake, Jan Pleie, Christina Schmidt, Feleke Demelash, Kerstin Neuhaus, Steffen Bornemann, Simon Wiemers-Meyer, Erwin Peiner, Martin Winter, Hutomo Suryo Wasisto and Tobias Placke (2023) On the direct correlation between the copper current collector surface area and ‘dead Li’ formation in zero-excess Li metal batteries https://doi.org/10.1039/D3TA00097D

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Aleksei Sadykov

Research topic:

Polysulfide shuttling in lithium-organosulfur batteries.

Team:

Aleksei Sadykov works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

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Bibek Samanta

Research topic:

Characterizing Cation and Anion Dynamics in Inorganic Solid-State Electrolytes.

Team:

Bibek Samanta works in the group of Prof. Dr. Michael Ryan Hansen, Institute for Physical Chemistry of University of Münster and in the group of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the University of Münster.

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Marcel Schumacher

Research topic:

Preparation of mesoporous gyroidal structures by well-defined block copolymers for electrochemical energy storage systems.

Team:

Marcel Schumacher works in the group of  Prof. Dr. Bart Jan Ravoo, Institute for Organic Chemistry of University of Münster.

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Karin Sowa

Research topic:

Electrochemical methods for a mechanistic understanding of electro(photo)synthetic reactions.

Team:

Karin Sowa works in the group of Dr. Mariano Grünebaum, Helmholtz Institute Münster of Forschungszentrum Jülich.

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Bärbel Tengen

Research topic:

Interface design for (quasi-)solid-state Li-S batteries.

Team:

Bärbel Tengen works in the group of Dr. Gunther Brunklaus, Helmholtz Institute Münster of Forschungszentrum Jülich.

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Anjumole P. Thomas

Research Topic:

Design and development of advanced direct recycling technologies for cathode materials from spent lithium ion batteries.

Team:

Anjumole P. Thomas works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

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Jesper Frost Thomsen

Research topic:

Techno-economic modeling of the battery value chain and sustainability of transport paths in the value chain.

Team:

Jesper Frost Thomsen works in the group of Prof. Dr. Simon Lux, Institute of Business Administration at the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy.

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Chirag Vankani

Research topic:

Design & development of an overall sustainable high energy positive electrode for Lithium Ion batteries.

Team:

Chirag Vankani works in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET Battery Research Center.

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Philipp Voß

Research topic:

Scale-up research and techno-economic analyses of sodium-ion and solid-state batteries.

Team:

Philipp Voß works in the group of Prof. Dr. Simon Lux, Institute of Business Administration at the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy.

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Björn Wankmiller

Research topic:

Characterization of lithium-ion dynamics in inorganic solid-state electrolytes for solid-state lithium-ion batteries.

Team:

Björn Wankmiller works in the group of Prof. Dr. Michael Ryan Hansen, Institute for Physical Chemistry of University of Münster and in the group of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the University of Münster.

  • Publications

    Bianca Helm, Roman Schlem, Björn Wankmiller, Ananya Banik, Ajay Gautam, Justine Ruhl, Cheng Li, Michael R. Hansen, Wolfgang G. Zeier (2021) Exploring Aliovalent Substitutions in the Lithium Halide Superionic Conductor Li3– xIn1– xZrxCl6 (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.5), Chemistry of Materials 33(12): 4773–4782
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.chemmater.1c01348

    Julia Wellmann, Jan-Paul Brinkmann, Björn Wankmiller, Kerstin Neuhaus, Uta Rodehorst, Michael R. Hansen, Martin Winter, Elie Paillard (2021) Effective Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation on Lithium Metal Anodes by Mechanochemical Modification, ACS Applied Materials Interfaces 13(29): 34227-34237
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsami.1c07490

    Tim Bernges, Riley Hanus, Bjoern Wankmiller, Kazuki Imasato, Siqi Lin, Michael Ghidiu, Marius Gerlitz, Martin Peterlechner, Samuel Graham, Geoffroy Hautier, Yanzhong Pei, Michael Ryan Hansen, Gerhard Wilde, G. Jeffrey Snyder, Janine George, Matthias T. Agne, and Wolfgang G. Zeier (2022) Diffuson-mediated thermal and ionic transport in superionic conductors, Materials Chemistry
    https://doi.org/10.26434/chemrxiv-2021-3zxh4   

    Tim Bernges, Riley Hanus, Bjoern Wankmiller, Kazuki Imasato, Siqi Lin, Michael Ghidiu, Marius Gerlitz, Martin Peterlechner, Samuel Graham, Geoffroy Hautier, Yanzhong Pei, Michael Ryan Hansen, Gerhard Wilde, G. Jeffrey Snyder, Janine George, Matthias T. Agne, and Wolfgang G. Zeier (2022) Considering the Role of Ion Transport in Diffuson-Dominated Thermal Conductivity, Advanced Energy Materials
    https://doi.org/10.1002/aenm.202200717

    Bianca Helm, Nicolò Minafra, Bjoern Wankmiller, Matthias T. Agne, Cheng Li, Anatoliy Senyshyn, Michael Ryan Hansen and Wolfgang G. Zeier (2022) Correlating Structural Disorder to Li+ Ion Transport in Li4−x Ge1−x SbxS4 (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.2)
    https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.chemmater.2c00608

    Stefan O. Kilian, Björn Wankmiller, Anna Margarete Sybrecht, Jonas Twellmann, Michael Ryan Hansen, and Hartmut Wiggers (2022) Active Buffer Matrix in Nanoparticle-Based Silicon-Rich Silicon Nitride Anodes Enables High Stability and Fast Charging of Lithium-Ion Batteries
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/admi.202201389

    Björn Wankmiller, Michael R. Hansen (2023) Observation of Li+ jumps in solid inorganic electrolytes over a broad dynamical range: A case study of the lithium phosphidosilicates Li8SiP4 and Li14SiP6
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmro.2023.100098

    Oliver Maus, Matthias T. Agne, Till Fuchs, Paul S. Till, Björn Wankmiller, Josef Maximilian Gerdes, Rituraj Sharma, Michael Heere, Niina Jalarvo, Omer Yaffe, Michael Ryan Hansen, and Wolfgang G. Zeier (2023) On the Discrepancy between Local and Average Structure in the
    Fast Na+ Ionic Conductor Na2.9 Sb0.9W0.1S4
    https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.2c11803

    Johannes Hartel, Ananya Banik, Josef Maximilian Gerdes, Björn Wankmiller, Bianca Helm, Cheng Li, Marvin A. Kraft, Michael Ryan Hansen, and Wolfgang G. Zeier (2023), Understanding Lithium-Ion Transport in Selenophosphate-Based Lithium Argyrodites and Their Limitations in Solid-State Batteries. Chem. Mater. 2023, 35, 12, 4798–4809
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.chemmater.3c00658

    V. Faka, M.T. Agne, M.A. Lange, D. Daisenberger, B. Wankmiller, S. Schwarzmüller, H. Huppertz, O. Maus, B. Helm, T. Böger, J. Hartel, J.M. Gerdes, J.J. Molaison, G. Kieslich, M.R. Hansen, W.G. Zeier (2024) Pressure-Induced Dislocations and Their Influence on Ionic Transport in Li+-Conducting Argyrodites, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2024, 146, 2, 1710-1721, DOI: 10.1021/jacs.3c12323

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Henry Woolley

Research topic:

Working on the synthesis and characterization of sulfur based solid state electrolytes in all solid-state batteries alongside studying the interfaces and connections between electrodes and electrolytes in solid state cells.

Team:

Henry Woolley works in the group of Dr. Nella Vargas-Barbosa, Helmholtz Institute Münster of Forschungszentrum Jülich.

  • Publications

    Henry Michael Woolley, Nella Marie Vargas-Barbosa (2022) Hybrid solid electrolyte-liquid electrolyte systems for (almost) solid-state batteries: Why, how, and where to? https://doi.org/10.1039/D2TA02179J

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Tong Zhao

Research topic:

Synthesis and characterization of sodium-ion halide solid electrolyte alongside studying the interfaces between electrolytes and electrodes in sodium solid-state cells.

Team:

Tong Zhao works in the group of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry at the University of Münster.

  • Publications

    Tong Zhao, Alexander N. Sobolev, Roman Schlem, Bianca Helm, Marvin A. Kraft, and Wolfgang G. Zeier*, ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2023, 6, 8, 4334–4341, Synthesis-Controlled Cation Solubility in Solid Sodium Ion Conductors Na2+xZr1–xInxCl6.
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsaem.3c00277

    Tong Zhao, Marvin A. Kraft, and Wolfgang G. Zeier*, Inorg. Chem. 2023, 62, 30, 11737–11745, Synthesis-Controlled Polymorphism and Anion Solubility in the Sodium-Ion Conductor Na3InCl6–xBrx (0 ≤ x ≤ 2).
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.3c01579