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December 3rd, 2009

Professur (W3) für Experimentalphysik - Nanomaterialien und Energieumwandlung

Abstract:
Zur Stärkung und Ergänzung der Nanowissenschaften an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München ist an der Fakultät für Physik zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine zu besetzen. Die Professur vertritt das Fach in Forschung und Lehre in seiner ganzen Breite.

Mögliche Arbeitsgebiete umfassen alle grundlegenden Fragestellungen zur effizienten Umwandlung, Speicherung, Einsparung und Nutzbarmachung von Energie mit Hilfe von Nanomaterialien. Bevorzugte Schwerpunkte sind die Entwicklung und Untersuchung neuartiger Konzepte für die Umwandlung von Lichtenergie in elektrische oder chemische Energie, für die elektrochemische Speicherung von Energie und/oder für effiziente lichtemittierende Materialien auf der Basis hybrider Nanosysteme. Neben der Herstellung und Charakterisierung von Nanomaterialien sind grundlegende Forschungsarbeiten zum Verständnis der entsprechenden mikroskopischen Prozesse von besonderem Interesse.

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