Research Groups

Overview of 16 research groups at the Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)

ElectrochemistryMaterialsTheorySystemsMethods
Prof. Dr. Stefano Passerini Electrochemistry for Batteries The research group "Electrochemistry for Batteries" conducts research on a wide-ranging portfolio of topics associated with electrochemical energy storage units as part of the goal of handling resources, the environment, and the economy in a sustainable manner. View research group
Electrochemistry
Prof. Dr. Maximilian Fichtner Solid-State Chemistry The research group Solid State Chemistry is concerned with the newest battery systems to follow today's lithium-ion battery. It develops and studies new materials to be used in electrochemical energy storage units of the next generation and subsequently. View research group
Materials
Prof. Dr. Arnulf Latz Electrochemical Multiphysics Modeling The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is represented by a research group at the HIU. View research group
Theory
T.T.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Helge S. Stein Applied Electrochemistry The research group "Applied Electrochemistry" develops an autonomous material synthesis, high-throughput characterization and data mining techniques with the aid of artificial intelligence (AI) methods. View research group
Electrochemistry
Dr. Dominic Bresser Electrochemical Energy Storage Materials The group "Electrochemical Energy Storage Materials" researches a variety of materials and technologies for electrochemical energy storages. The group tries to create a fundamental understanding of the electrochemical reactions and mechanisms. View research group
Electrochemistry
Prof. Dr. Helmut Ehrenberg Nanoscale Hybrid Materials The research group "Nanoscale Hybrid Materials" is working on the development of nanoscale functional materials for lithium-ion batteries. View research group
Materials
Prof. Dr. Axel Groß Elementary Processes The processes and structures that take place at the atomic level in batteries, especially at interfaces, are studied by the group Elementary Processes, who use modern quantum chemical procedures, in particular those based on density functional theory. View research group
Theory
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst Hahn Solid State Electrolytes The research group Solid Electrolytes is working on the development of nanocrystalline and amorphous solid-state electrolyte materials for lithium-ion batteries, primarily by means of gas-phase (and aerosol) techniques. View research group
Materials
Prof. Dr. Timo Jacob Basics of Electrochemistry The research group "Basics of Electrochemistry" studies the fundamental aspects of electrochemical processes in electrochemical storage units. One of the tasks is to study the changes taking place between the surface of the electrodes and the electrolytes during the processes of charging and discharging. View research group
Theory
Prof. Dr. Carsten Streb Molecular Metal Oxide Composites The research group "Molecular Metal Oxide Composites" at HIU is engaged in the development of high-performance battery electrodes for lithium-ion batteries and post-lithium systems. View research group
Materials
Prof. Dr. Jens Tübke System Architecture The research group System Architecture develops novel procedures for electrode and electrolyte preparation and investigates the interplay of the components inside half and full cells by calorimetric methods. View research group
Systems
Dr. Marcel Weil Resources, Recycling, Environment & Sustainability Technical, ecological and economic system analysis. View research group
Systems
Dr. Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens Composites & Hybrid Materials The aim of the research group "Composites / Hybrid Materials" is the (further) development of innovative electrode materials for the next battery generation. View research group
Materials
Dr. Roswitha Zeis Electrochemical Energy Conversion The research group "Electrochemical Energy Conversion" tests new materials and methods for the development of Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries (VRFBs) and high temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (HT-PEMFCs). View research group
Electrochemistry
Dr. Olaf Böse Battery Management and Monitoring The aim of the research group "Battery Management & Monitoring" is the development of model-based algorithms for battery management systems (BMS). View research group
Systems
Dr. Holger Geßwein Research Group Dr. Holger Geßwein Research group of Dr. Holger Geßwein at HIU View research group
Methods
Prof. Dr. Christian Kübel Research Group Prof. Christian Kübel The aim of the research group is to research the structure and morphology of novel battery materials and components. View research group
Methods
Dr. Reiner Mönig Research Group Dr. Reiner Mönig The research group of Dr. Reiner Mönig develops microscopic and mechanical methods in order to be able to specifically research the developed batteries with these analysis techniques. View research group
Methods