Micro- and Nanoanalytics Group » Projects


2022 1-year LBNL/NCEM user proposal Cross-sectional (cryo-)preparation and nanoscopic characterization of modern PEM fuel cells and battery electrodes
2022 1-year LBNL/NCEM user proposal Atomic-scale characterization of extended defects in few-layer 2D-vdW dichalcogenides and their impact on the optical/electronic properties
2021 Reactive RF/DC sputter deposition system for transparent electrodes, insulators and contacts
(led by Prof. Butz & Prof. Haring Bolívar)
2021 Reactive evaporation system for oxides and nitrides
(led by Prof. Butz & Prof. Haring Bolívar)
2021 Evaporation system with glovebox for metals and reactive materials
(led by Prof. Butz & Prof. Haring Bolívar)
2021 EU/Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions co-fund project of Dr. Jean Marie Vianney Nsanzimana Abundant and highly efficient hybrid electrode materials for hydrogen generation by electrolysis
2020 µCT / X-ray tomograph (led by Prof. Brandt, major support by Prof. Butz/MNaF)
2020 (postponed due to Covid) GIAN 2-weeks EM workshop for IITs/NITs/univ.
Advanced Sample Preparation, Cryo- & in situ Nanoanalytics for Energy Research
NRW state funding2020 INCYTE Research Center
2020 Siegen Micro- and Nanoanalytics Facility MNaF(DFG webpage)
2019 Imaging Electron Energy-Loss Spectrometer(DFG webpage)
2018 GIAN 2-weeks EM workshop with around 60 participants from IITs/NITs/univ.
Advanced Electron Microscopy for Materials Science (original program)
2017 Environmental TEM for Micro- and Nanostructure Research(DFG webpage)

SFB953 Synthetic Carbon Allotropes
GRK1896 In Situ Microscopy with Electrons, X-Rays and Scanning Probes
Various minor industry projects

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