Center for Materials and Processes

Eine neue Art von Research Governance an der Universität Bremen mit dem Ziel:

  • ein Kompetenznetzwerk im Bereich der Materialwissenschaften, Werkstofftechnik und Werkstoffverarbeitung aufzubauen
  • die Sichtbarkeit der MAPEX Forschungslandkarte erhöhen
  • Drittmittelprojekte zu beantragen und durchzuführen
  • die kooperativen wissenschaftlichen Aktivitäten von Nachwuchswissenschaftlern zu unterstützen
  • die interdisziplinäre Doktorandenausbildung zu unterstützen
  • der gemeinsamen Beschaffung und Verwendung von wissenschaftlicher Ausstattung
  • MaterialsMaterials
  • Hybrid MaterialsHybrid Materials
  • MetalsMetals
  • NanomaterialsNanomaterials
  • Porous MaterialsPorous Materials
  • SemiconductorsSemiconductors
  • TechnologiesTechnologies
  • Engery-related technologiesEngery-related technologies
  • Manufacturing EngineeringManufacturing Engineering
  • EngineeringEngineering
  • PhotonicsPhotonics
  • Process engineeringProcess engineering
  • MethodsMethods
  • CharacterizationCharacterization
  • SynthesisSynthesis
  • Material ModellingMaterial Modelling
  • Process ModellingProcess Modelling
  • System IntegrationSystem Integration



Erfolgsquote 100 Prozent: DFG bewilligt alle drei Anträge der Universität Bremen für Graduiertenkollegs

Pressemitteilung der Universität Bremen Nr. 138 / 24. Mai 2016 MM

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Impressions from the 2. MAPEX Young Scientists Workshop - 11 April 2016

Building bridges across the boarders defined by the faculties and institutes.

Direct link to the picture gallery here.

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„Doping“ für Nanopartikel: Bremer Verfahrenstechniker machen Material verträglicher für Mensch & Umwelt

Pressemitteilung der Universität Bremen Nr. 110 / 27. April 2016 RO

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MAPEX Symposium June 2016 - Registration is open

The yearly MAPEX Symposium will take place on June 6th and 7th 2016.

This year we will have the pleasure of hosting for the first time our five International Advisory Board members. We will present a selection of our latest scientific results and of our cooperations with the private sector in the MAPEX fields. A get-together dinner is open to all...

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Research Highlights


Growth and characterization of epitaxially stabilized ceria(001) nanostructures on Ru(0001)


Jan Ingo Flege, Jan Höcker, Björn Kaemena, T. Onur Mentes, Alessandro Sala, Andrea Locatelli, Subhashis Gangopadhyay, Jerzy T. Sadowski, Sanjaya D. Senanayake and Jens Falta.


Nanoscale (2016) 8, 10849-10856.



We have studied (001) surface terminated cerium oxide nanoparticles grown on a ruthenium substrate using physical vapor deposition. Their morphology, shape, crystal structure, and chemical state are determined by low-energy electron...

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Decrease of the required dopant concentration for δ-Bi2O3 crystal stabilization through thermal quenching during single-step flame spray pyrolysis


Jochen A. H. Dreyer, Suman Pokhrel, Johannes Birkenstock, Miguel G. Hevia, Marco Schowalter, Andreas Rosenauer, Atsushi Urakawa, Wey Yang Teoh and Lutz Mädler.  


CrystEngComm (2016) 18, 2046-2056.



δ-Bi2O3 is one of the best oxygen ion conductors known. However, due to its limited thermal stability and complicated synthesis techniques, its applications are limited. Here, the synthesis of stable nano-sized δ-Bi2O3 using versatile and rapid...

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Controlling Heteroepitaxy by Oxygen Chemical Potential: Exclusive Growth of (100) Oriented Ceria Nanostructures on Cu(111)



Jan Höcker, Tomáš Duchoň, Kateřina Veltruská, Vladimír Matolín, Jens Falta, Sanjaya D. Senanayake and J. Ingo Flege.


The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2016) 120, 4895−4901.



A novel and simple method is presented for the preparationof a well-defined CeO2(100) model system on Cu(111) based on theadjustment of the Ce/O ratio during growth. The method yieldsmicrometer-sized, several nanometers high, single-phase CeO2...

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