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Research Topics

A list of all research topics of the Research Group Caro,
including the subgroups Caro, Feldhoff and Dorfs.

Solid state research

Shape control of nanocrystals

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr. Feldhoff

Brief description:

Nanoscopic crystals may deviate in their crystal structure as well as in their shape from their macroscopic counterparts. It is of importance to elucidate the three-dimensional shape of the nanocrystals in a powder by an (electron) microscope technique.

 

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CO2-tolerant oxide membranes

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr. Feldhoff

Brief description:

High-flux oxygen membranes with improved tolerance against carbon dioxide

 

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Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr. Feldhoff

Brief description:

Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting using solid state devices based on oxide materials

 

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Under the roof of „Functional Layers and Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage, Separation and Catalysis” we are active in the following Research Projects

Perovskite membranes

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr. Caro

Brief description:

Perovskite membranes for oxygen separation and catalysis in membrane reactors.

 

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MOF membranes

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr. Caro

Brief description:

Next generation of zeolite membranes are MOF membranes. MOFs are metal-organic frameworks with a huge variety of structures.

 

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Zeolite synthesis

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr. Caro

Brief description:

One of the innovative synthesis targets is the cation-free and hydrophobic LTA structure.

 

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Multi-component nanocrystals

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Supervisor:

Dr. Dorfs

Brief description:

Taylor made multi-component nanocrystals with plasmon-exciton interactions for fluorescence enhancement and sensing

 

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