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
  • Energy-related technologiesEnergy-related technologies
  • Manufacturing EngineeringManufacturing Engineering
  • EngineeringEngineering
  • PhotonicsPhotonics
  • Process engineeringProcess engineering
  • MethodsMethods
  • CharacterizationCharacterization
  • SynthesisSynthesis
  • Material ModellingMaterial Modelling
  • Process ModellingProcess Modelling
  • System IntegrationSystem Integration



Schnelle Rauheitsmessung spiegelnder Oberflächen im Labormaßstab

Pressemitteilung der Universität Bremen Nr. 315 / 17. November 2016 SC

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Neighbor visit to OHB

Following up the presentation of Markus Rullich during the last Young Scientist Workshop, we have the chance to visit the OHB System AG, one of the three leading space companies in Europe and our neighbor in the "area of innovation".


Please register no later than 2 December 2016. The number of participants is limited to 25.

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Newsletter 03

The third MAPEX NEWSletter is available online.

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Development of High-Temperature Inorganic Thermochromic Compounds

Exploration Project via the Excellence Initiative for MAPEX members Anne Staubitz and Thorsten Gesing.

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Research Highlights


Observation of a hybrid state of Tamm plasmons and microcavity exciton polaritons


SK. Shaid-Ur Rahman, Thorsten Klein, Sebastian Klembt, Jürgen Gutowski, Detlef Hommel and Kathrin Sebald.


Scientific Reports (2016) 6, Article number 34392


We present evidence for the existence of a hybrid state of Tamm plasmons and microcavity exciton polaritons in a II-VI material based microcavity sample covered with an Ag metal layer. The bare cavity mode shows a characteristic anticrossing with the Tamm-plasmon mode, when...

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Repetitive Dosing of Fumed Silica Leads to Profibrogenic Effects through Unique Structure−Activity Relationships and Biopersistence in the Lung


Bingbing Sun, Xiang Wang, Yu-Pei Liao, Zhaoxia Ji, Chong Hyun Chang, Suman Pokhrel, Justine Ku, Xiangsheng Liu, Meiying Wang, Darren R. Dunphy, Ruibin Li, Huan Meng, Lutz Mädler, C. Jeffrey Brinker, André E. Nel, and Tian Xia


ACS Nano (2016) 10, 8054-8066


Contrary to the notion that the use of fumed silica in consumer products can “generally (be) regarded as safe” (GRAS), the high surface reactivity of...

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Self-Assembly and Shape Control of Hybrid Nanocarriers Based on Calcium Carbonate and Carbon Nanodots


Victor Lauth, Brigitta Loretz, Claus-Michael Lehr, Michael Maas, Kurosch Rezwan


Chemistry of Materials (2016) 28, 3796-3803


We describe a platform for the synthesis of functional hybrid nanoparticles in the submicrometer range with tailorable anisotropic morphology. Fluorescent carbon dots (CDs) and poly(acrylic acid) (PAA) are used to modify the crystallization and assembly of calcium carbonate (CaCO3)....

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