CENIDE: Scientist in Residence

The interview with Prof. Yi Cui and the video from the public lecture „The Energiewende – how can Nanomaterials help?“ are available here:

Interview

„The Energiewende – how can Nanomaterials help?“

High Quality pictures without watermarks are available on request (birte.vierjahn@uni-due.de, 0203 379-8176).


Projector image of the poster

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Radtke, Rector of the UDE, Professor Yi Cui and Prof. Dr. Axel Lorke (left to right).

Prof. Yi Cui during his public lecture „The Energiewende – how can Nanomaterials help?“.

Auditorium at the public lecture „The Energiewende – how can Nanomaterials help?“.

Prof. Yi Cui during his public lecture „The Energiewende – how can Nanomaterials help?“.

The expert for nanomaterials is a rousing speaker.

Prof. Dr. Axel Lorke moderates the discussion following the presentation.

Prof. Dr. Angelika Heinzel during the discussion.

Reception in the foyer of the chemistry building on campus Essen.

Hot spiced wine (not only) for the guest.

Whether still studying or already professor: Many of the listeners use the reception to get in contact with the guest.

Departure after a long day.

With his presentation Prof. Yi Cui opens the symposium "Nanomaterials for Energy Conversion and Storage".

With his presentation Prof. Yi Cui opens the symposium "Nanomaterials for Energy Conversion and Storage".

Dr. Hartmut Wiggers, head of the working group "Nanoparticle Synthesis" at the Institute for Combustion and Gas Dynamics of the UDE, speaks on the topic "Gas Phase Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Battery Applications".

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Carius from the Institute of Energy and Climate Research (IEK) at Forschungszentrum Jülich during his lecture "Binary Compound Nanoparticles for Thin Film Photovoltaics."

Dr. Ekaterina Nannen, head of the junior research group "White Light Emitting Devices Using Nanoparticles" at the UDE, presents her topic "Semiconductor Nanocrystals for Solid State Lighting Applications".

 

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