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Ingmar Bösing

Ingmar Bösing, Chemical Process Engineering Group (CVT), Center for Environmental Research and Sustainable Technology (UFT), University of Bremen

Modeling of Electrochemical Oxide Film Growth

Ingmar Bösing, Jorg Thöming, Fabio La Mantia

Our civilization would not be possible without stable oxide films on metal surfaces. These oxide films, also known as passive films, can slow down corrosion about three orders of magnitude, and thus passive…

Monica Santamaria, Dipartimento di Ingegneria of Università di Palermo

Interplay between electronic properties and corrosion resistance of passive films on different stainless steel grades

Stainless steels (SSs) are a class of iron-based alloys containing different elements, such as Cr, Ni, Mo, Mn, etc.. According to European Standard, a steel can be considered…


Robert Meißner, Hamburg University of Technology / Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon

Atomistic simulations of the electrochemical solid/liquid interface

The electrified solid-liquid interface represents a challenging system for both ab initio and molecular dynamics simulations. Topics relevant to the upcoming energy transition, such as corrosion, energy storage and power…

Marika Kokko

Marika Kokko, Affiliation Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Tampere University

Bioelectrochemical systems and technologies

In bioelectrochemical systems (BES), micro-organisms are used as catalysts at anode and/or cathode electrodes. In the past two decades, many applications for BES have emerged, including recovery of nutrients from wastewaters and conversion of CO2 into…

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Two novel setups published within SPP 2045 for particle separation with dielectrophoresis.

In numerous of studies, dielectrophoresis (DEP) has proven that its high selectivity and versatility make it a promising separation technique in a variety of fields.

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New publication by Professor Sarah Bishop with support from ZeMKI

"A Story to Save Your Life: Communication and Culture in Migrants' Search for Asylum" by Professor Sarah Bishop (2020 ZeMKI fellow) illuminates the harrowing reality of pursuing asylum in the United States.


Still Haven’t Received a Place at University – What to Do?

Haven’t got a place at the University of Bremen? Two digital events on August 26, 2022, from 10 a.m. to noon, and September 6, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., will provide information about what opportunities are still available to get a place at university for the winter semester.

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New Insights into Huntington’s Disease

Huntington’s chorea is a hereditary disease that leads to cognitive and motor impairments and death. Scientists at the University of Bremen have worked with international partners to elucidate the mechanism by which the mutated huntingtin protein can be kept at bay.

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New PostDoc Anke Reinschlüssel

The digital media lab has a new PostDoc among its members: Dr. Anke Reinschlüssel!

Anke successfully defended in June her thesis "Empowering Surgeons - A Multimodal Interaction Approach to Improve Computer-Assisted Surgical Planning and Interventions", which summarises her research efforts to…

Kamyar Javanmar

New member in our working group

We welcome a new colleague to our PHD program EDM. Kamyar Javanmardi studied computer science and obtained a master's degree in Computational Linguistics. His research interests include natural language processing (NLP), formal semantics and machine learning models in languge processing. He is…