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04.07.2018
14:15-18:15
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Auftakt: Gebäude H, H0.016
Zentrale Studienberatung

04.07.2018
17:00
Mobilitäts- und Kraftsstoffstrategie – Beitrag der Wissenschaft zum Klimaschutz im Verkehr
Dr. Wolfgang Schade | M-Five – Mobility, Futures, Innovation,
Economics; Karlsruhe
Hörsaal 0506, Gebäude K
Sebastian Timmerberg

04.07.2018
17:00-18:00
"Materialwissenschaftliches Kolloqium des SFB 986"
Frau Prof. Dorota Koziej
Center for Hybrid Nanostructures
Institute for Nanostructure and Solid State Physics
University of Hamburg, Germany

From nanoparticles synthesis in solution to functional devices - a perspective based on in situ synchrotron studies

Over the past years we have developed various approaches to fabricate materials with sophisticated chemical and structural complexity. We have focused on synthesis in non-aqueous solution since this approach is not limited to one particular class of materials. Thus, it gives us flexibility to tailor the composition and properties of materials in respect to the application.
In this talk, I will present how X-ray synchrotron methods, far from merely providing new tools, are extending the ways we study, understand and design such complex structures. Particularly, combination of spectroscopic and scattering methods and rapid data acquisition help to uncover the complex chemical world behind the synthesis of functional materials. It gives complementary information about chemical reaction in solution and nucleation, growth and crystal phase transition of nanoparticles.[1-2]
Moreover, I will discuss how the possibility to select with high-energy resolution the incident and emission X-ray energies offers unprecedented site selectivity and give access to determine structure – function relationship of electrochemical materials. [3,4,5]
TUHH, Gebäude H - SBC5, Raum H0.09
Sommer

04.07.2018
17:15-18:15
"Materialwissenschaftliches Kolloqium des SFB 986"
Prof. Dorota Koziej
Center for Hybrid Nanostructures
Institute for Nanostructure and Solid State Physics
University of Hamburg, Germany

From nanoparticles synthesis in solution to functional devices – a perspective based on in situ synchrotron studies

Over the past years we have developed various approaches to fabricate materials with sophisticated chemical and structural complexity. We have focused on synthesis in non-aqueous solution since this approach is not limited to one particular class of materials. Thus, it gives us flexibility to tailor the composition and properties of materials in respect to the application.
In this talk, I will present how X-ray synchrotron methods, far from merely providing new tools, are extending the ways we study, understand and design such complex structures. Particularly, combination of spectroscopic and scattering methods and rapid data acquisition help to uncover the complex chemical world behind the synthesis of functional materials. It gives complementary information about chemical reaction in solution and nucleation, growth and crystal phase transition of nanoparticles.[1-2]
Moreover, I will discuss how the possibility to select with high-energy resolution the incident and emission X-ray energies offers unprecedented site selectivity and give access to determine structure – function relationship of electrochemical materials. [3,4,5]

References
[1] Staniuk M., Hirsch O., Kränzlin N., Böhlen R., van Beek W., Abdala P. M., and Koziej D. Chem. Mater. 26, 2014, 2086.
[2] Kränzlin N., van Beek W., Niederberger M. and Koziej D., Adv. Mater. Interfaces 2015, 2,1500094.
[3] Hirsch O., Kvashnina K.O., Luo L., Süess M.J., Glatzel P., and Koziej D. PNAS, 2015, 112, 15803.
[4] Hirsch O., Kvashnina K., Willa C., D Koziej, Chem.
TUHH, Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 5, Raum H 009
Sommer

04.07.2018
19:00
TUHH goes music: Klassikkonzert
Erleben Sie, wie sich das Audimax I in einen Konzertsaal verwandelt! In Zusammenarbeit mit der Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg präsentieren wir das zweite Konzert im Sommerhalbjahr.

Werke von van Beethoven, Rameau, Debussy und Liszt
mit Ji-Min Sung (Klavier)

Werke von Barrière, Offenbach, Saint-Saëns, Glière und Kummer
mit Caroline Eychmüller (Violoncello)
und Rafael Menges (Violoncello)

Sie sind herzlich eingeladen!
Der Eintritt ist frei.

Weitere Konzerte:
05.07.2018 SymphonING, 20 Uhr, Friedrich-Ebert-Halle
07.07.2018 SymphonING, 18 Uhr, Freilichtmuseum Kiekeberg
TUHH, Audimax I, Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 5
Nadine Rosenblatt

04.07.2018
19:00
Klassikkonzert
Gerne informieren wir Sie darüber, dass es am 04.07.2018 um 19.00 Uhr ein weiteres Klassikkonzert im Audimax I geben wird.


Weitere Informationen folgen.
TUHH, Audimax I, Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 5
Nadine Rosenblatt