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Einrichtungen >> Forschungseinrichtungen >> Exzellenzinitiative >>
Cluster of Excellence Engineering of Advanced Materials (EAM)
Anschrift: Nägelsbachstrasse 49b, 91052 Erlangen
Tel.:09131 85-20845Fax:09131 85-20860
E-Mail:eam-administration@fau.de
www:http://www.eam.uni-erlangen.de/

The Cluster "Engineering of Advanced Materials" (EAM) at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg is part of the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal and State Governments with the research topic "Hierachical Structure Formation of Functional Devices".

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Advanced materials with properties tailored on the molecular and mesoscales are expected to stimulate evolutionary advances and revolutionary breakthroughs in emerging key technology areas such as information and communication as well as catalysis, energy, and transportation. Hence, the ability to design novel materials and processes will have a strong impact on assuring industrial competitiveness, economic growth and a better quality of life. Based on the unique combination of the top-ranked Engineering and Natural Science Faculties at the FAU, the scientific concept of the proposed CE focuses on the science and engineering of hierarchical materials organised from the molecular to the macroscopic levels. Bridging the gap between materials design at the molecular level and macroscopic component and system engineering requires the development of adequate approaches capable of covering an extensive range of time and length scales in modelling and simulation, processing and manufacturing, as well as structure, property and process analytics. Based on a coherent methodological approach selected priority areas of research will be explored, including
engineering of nanoelectronic materials, engineering of photonic and optic materials, engineering of catalytic materials, engineering of lightweight materials.
Demonstrators will be developed in these research areas in close cooperation with external academic and industrial partners integrated in the CE. The vision of the CE is to bridge the gap between fundamental research and real-world applications of modern high-performance materials in key scientific and engineering areas.

Sekretariat
Michael Hartmann
Angelika Mach
Waltraud Meinecke

Wiss. Mitarbeiter: Area B
M.Sc.-Eng. Rameez Ahmad
M.Sc. Tugce Akdas
Dr. Loic Assaud
Derya Baran, M. Sc.
Sebastian Bosch
Dr. Pedro Brana Coto
Alexandra Burger
Ruben Casillas
Erin Chernick, Ph.D.
Dr. Stefanie Ditze
Sebastian Etschel, B. Sc.
Sebastian Feihl
Dipl.-Ing. Henning Förster
Dr.-Ing. Florentina Gannott
Bhasem Gharib
Bastian Gothe, M. Sc.
Karin Gotterbarm, M. Sc.
Dominik Hasenöhrl
Dr. rer. nat. Frank Hauke, Akad. Rat
Martin Held, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Ing. Timo Hensler
Constantin Hetzer, B. Sc.
Georgios Katsukis
Dipl.-Ing. Artöm Khassanov
Dipl.-Ing. Peter Kubis
Susanne Kuhri
Andreas Kunzmann
Oliver Langmar
Annkatrin Lennert
Ning Li, M. Sc.
Fabian Lodermeyer
Dipl.-Ing. Florian Machui
Johannes Margraf
Zeynep Meric, M. Sc.
Bernhard Meyer, M. Sc.
Dr. Andres Osvet
Luis Portilla, M. Sc.
Bianka Puscher
Benjamin Reif, M. Sc.
Armin Rumpel
Olga Schneider, M. Sc.
M.Sc. Julia Schornbaum
Christina Schubert
Dr. Vito Sgobba
Dmitriy Sharapa
Dipl.-Ing. Susanne Teurer
Dr. Selvam Thangaraj
Philipp Vecera
Chau Vinh
Dipl.-Phys. Sebastian Weis
Dipl.-Ing. Bettina Willinger
Lukas Zeininger

Wiss. Mitarbeiter: Area C
Dipl.-Phys. Christoph Bersch
Dr. Ana María Cubillas
Dr. Monica Distaso
Dipl.-Phys. Sabine Dobmann
Saeedeh Golkar, M. Sc.
Stefan Grimm, M. Sc.
Dr. rer. nat. Thorsten Kolb
Dipl.-Phys. Arian Kriesch
Michael Latzel
Dipl.-Ing. Daniel Ploss
Dr.-Ing. Cornelia Rauh
Dr. Sergei Romanov
Jennifer Schimcke
PD Dr. Ming Wang
Dr. Oleksandr Zhuromskyy

Wiss. Mitarbeiter: Area D
Dr. Arafat Toghan Ahmed
Dipl.-Chem. Max Amende
Teguh Ariyanto, M. Eng.
Udo Bauer, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Chem. Nicole Brückner
Dipl.-Chem. Olaf Brummel
Dr.-Ing. Florian Enzenberger
Konstantin Gärtner, M. Sc.
Stephan Glante
Dipl.-Ing. Jan Gläsel
Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Gleichweit
Karin Gotterbarm, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Gütlein
Dipl.-Ing. Veit Hager
Dipl.-Ing. Benjamin Hasse
Tobias Heidig
PD Dr. Andreas Heßelmann
Dipl.-Chem. Alexandra Inayat
Markus Kaiser, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Kern
Dipl.-Ing. Heiko Klefer
Dipl.-Chem. Marcus Koch
Dipl.-Ing. Veronika Kolb
Sandra Krick Calderón, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Krieger
Martin Lijewski, M. Sc.
Dr. Yaroslava Lykhach
Albert Machoke, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Chem. Tobias Müller
Dipl.-Chem. Ioannis Nikiforidis
Dipl.-Ing. Willi Peters
Daniel Pliquett, M. Sc.
Dr.-Ing. Cornelia Rauh
Dipl.-Chem. Florian Rietzler
Andreas Schönweiz, M. Sc.
Seulgi So, M. Sc.
Florian Späth, B. Sc.
Michelle Sternberg
Dr. Nicola Taccardi
Fan Tu, M. Sc.
Florian Vollnhals, M. Sc.
Alexander Weiß, M. Sc.
Jeong Eun Yoo
Dipl.-Ing. Yingxue Zhang

Wiss. Mitarbeiter: Area E
Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Böhm
Dr.-Ing. Tobias Fey, Akad. Rat
Ph.D. Joseph Harris
Dipl.-Ing. Tina Hausöl
Dr. Yvonne Liebold Ribeiro
Dipl.-Ing. Hung-Manh Nguyen
Steven Plötz
Dipl.-Technomath. Ulrike Schmidt
Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Wildner

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