Our IMPRS SusMet students

27 students of IMPRS SusMet and 2 students of the previous IMPRS-SurMat are working towards their PhD in cooperative research groups at the Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, the Ruhr-Universität Bochum and the Universität Duisburg-Essen.

from Ethiopia. Working on “Comprehending the electrochemical reduction of iron oxides by first-principles methods”. [more]
from Iran. Working on “Development of Detailed Modeling and Diagnostics for the Direct Reduction of Iron Ore Particles”. [more]
from India. Working on "Ab initio investigations of field ion microscopy (FIM)". [more]
from China. Working on “Mixed Fe2+/ Fe3+ iron oxides from first-principles”. [more]
from Egypt. Working on “Efficient process-optimized potentials for mechanochemistry and long timescales”. [more]
from Iran. Working on “Development of Detailed Modeling and Diagnostics for the Direct Reduction of Iron Ore Particles”. [more]
from China. Working on “Atomic insight into the effects of interfaces on the dynamics of hydrogen-based iron reduction”. [more]
from Brazil. Working on “Hydrogen embrittlement of additively manufactured austenitic stainless steels”. [more]
from Turkey. Working on “Design and Fabrication of Nanoporous Ruthenium Using Cryo-APT”. [more]
from Egypt. Working on “Modelling of solid-liquid interfaces with the atomic cluster expansion”. [more]
from India. Working on “Hydrogen plasma-based reduction of dilute minerals”. [more]
from Germany. Working on “Sustainable thermoelectric materials: Atomic scale characterization of their defects and stability”. [more]
from Brazil. Working on “Modelling electrified solid/liquid interfaces by grand-canonical DFT”. [more]
from Israel. Working on “Microstructure evolution of anode materials during redox cycles of iron-air batteries”. [more]
from Israel. Working on “Understanding the effect of hydrogen at interfaces by combining novel micromechanical testing during hydrogen charging with modeling (H2int)”.
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from Pakistan. Working on “First Principles investigation of mechanisms of hydrogen adsorption, incorporation and reduction of iron oxide phases”. [more]
from Germany. Working on “Interfacial diffusion in thin-film iron oxide multiphase systems (DiffOx)”. [more]
from Germany. Working on “Sustainable NiTi Shape Memory Metallurgy” [more]
from Turkey. Working on “Role of gangue elements in hydrogen-based direct reduction of iron ores”. [more]
from Germany. Working on “On the influence of trace elements on the high temperature properties of single crystal Ni-base superalloys”.
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from Turkey. Working on “Characterization of hydrogen in materials: bringing the Kelvin probe approach to
another level”. [more]
from Turkey. Working on “Interaction of hydrogen with local inhomogeneities in relation to hydrogen embrittlement of steels: correlating simulations and experiments”. [more]
from India. Working on “Redox behavior of transition metal and alloy catalysts monitored by in situ characterization methods”. [more]
from Germany. Working on “Identifying non-equilibrium surface processed during iron oxide reduction by high performance hydrogen plasmas”. [more]
from Colombia. Working on “Making sustainable steel from low-grade iron ores through hydrogen plasma reduction”. [more]
from India. Working on “Reinforcement Learning and Phase-Field for Impurity Tolerant Microstructure Design”. [more]
from China. Working on "New mechanochemical pathways to sustainable metals – MechMet". [more]
from India. Working on "Exploring anodic oxidation reactions to facilitate the hydrogen production via water splitting". [more]
from India. Working on "High Entropy Alloy Catalysis Fundamentals" [more]

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