Collaborative Research Groups

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Collaborative Research Groups

This project combinatorially explores multi-component systems based on the concept of high entropy alloys (HEAs).This concept enables experimentally probing compositions that are multi-component in nature and are also located in the middle of phase diagrams. Eqilibrium and non-equilibrium phases can be found and identified for their crystal structures and their magnetic properties as a function of composition by employing multiple methods of combinatorial screening.

Combinatorial design of novel rare-earth free, high-entropy based permanent magnets

This project combinatorially explores multi-component systems based on the concept of high entropy alloys (HEAs).This concept enables experimentally probing compositions that are multi-component in nature and are also located in the middle of phase diagrams. Eqilibrium and non-equilibrium phases can be found and identified for their crystal structures and their magnetic properties as a function of composition by employing multiple methods of combinatorial screening. [more]
The focus of the research group is to investigate phase transformation phenomena that occur as a result of metal-gas reactions, which, in turn, generate stresses and lattice defects in the material.

Stress and defects driven phase transformations

The focus of the research group is to investigate phase transformation phenomena that occur as a result of metal-gas reactions, which, in turn, generate stresses and lattice defects in the material. [more]
The goal of this research group is to <em>understand the relationship between the chemical, electrical, and structural properties</em> for a series of interface-dominated solar cells (multicrystalline Si and thin-film solar cells).<br>This is achieved by performing correlative studies on specific regions using joint electron backscatter diffraction/transmission electron microsocpe, electron beam-induced current/cathodoluminescence, and atom probe tomography.

Nanocharacterization for Advanced Functional Materials

"Cooperation with RWTH Aachen University"

The goal of this research group is to understand the relationship between the chemical, electrical, and structural properties for a series of interface-dominated solar cells (multicrystalline Si and thin-film solar cells).
This is achieved by performing correlative studies on specific regions using joint electron backscatter diffraction/transmission electron microsocpe, electron beam-induced current/cathodoluminescence, and atom probe tomography. [more]
 
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