Welcome to the chair of Analytical Chemistry II – Research Group of Electrochemistry & Nanoscale Materials
Prof. Dr. Kristina Tschulik
Group foto of the research group


5. September 2019

Teambuilding event – beach volleyball

NanoEC teambuilding 2019 Because of the weather we had to change our teambuilding event from the planned canoeing trip to an afternoon in the beach-club. Here we played beach volleyball, dodgeball and badminton in the sand.
New publication
16. July 2019
q&more article: Light plus current: The formula for researching what happens to individual nanoparticles

q&more article: “Light plus current: The formula for researching what happens to individual nanoparticles”

Now you can find our newest research results on the ractivity of single nanoparticles easy to read on the ChemEurope.com website.

Deutsche Version: Unsere neuesten Forschungsergebnisse zur Reaktivität einzelner Nanopartikel sind jetzt auch allgemein verständlich nachzulesen auf chemie.de.
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1. July 2019

Gordon Research Conference, Switzerland

Kevin at the Gordon Research Conference in Les Diablerets, Switzerland That’s what makes Gordon Conferences so special…
At the conference with the topic “New Perspectives of Nanostructured Devices and High-Resolution Characterization Techniques” in Switzerland, Kevin presented his research on a poster and Kristina gave her invited talk. In between the sessions there was time for coffee & discussion while enjoying the stunning view.
New publication
30. May 2019
Intrinsic activity of oxygen evolution catalysts probed at single CoFe2O4 nanoparticles

Intrinsic activity of oxygen evolution catalysts probed at single CoFe2O4 nanoparticles

El Arrassi, Abdelilah; Liu, Zhibin; Evers, Mathies V.; Blanc, Niclas; Bendt, Georg; Saddeler, Sascha; Tetzlaff, David; Pohl, Darius; Damm, Christine; Schulz, Stephan; Tschulik, Kristina
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2019, Accepted Manuscript
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27. May 2019

ECHEMS meeting in Oléron

Kristina and Julia at the ECHEMS meetingLast week, Kristina and Julia traveled to the French island of Oléron to attend the 13th ECHEMS Meeting. Here, electrochemistry for symmetry breaking in molecules, materials and processes was discussed in the pleasant and personal atmosphere of a conference with 67 participants from 17 countries.
New publication
11. April 2019
Muffins — having low-coverage deposition of gold nanoparticles for efficient taste

Piece by Piece – Electrochemical Synthesis of Individual Nanoparticles and their Performance in ORR Electrocatalysis

Evers, Mathies V.; Bernal, Miguel; Roldan Cuenya, Beatriz; Tschulik, Kristina
Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed., 2019, Accepted manuscript
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20. March 2019

PhD position – “Heterogeneous Oxidation Catalysis in the Liquid Phase”

We are looking for a PhD student / postgraduate researcher (m/f/d) for project A2 within the collaborative research Center Transregio 247 (SFB TRR 247) “Heterogeneous Oxidation Catalysis in the Liquid Phase”, which is funded by the German Research Foundation DFG.

Please find all information about the position and the application process on the project homepage.
27. February 2019

Two new RUB-News articles

Kristina Tschulik in RUB-News Twice we made it to the news page of our university this week.
In the articles “Silbernanopartikel – ein Problem für die Umwelt?” and “Den Star unter den Nanopartikeln finden” new results of our nanoparticle research are shown.
The articles are only available in german.
New publication
2. February 2019

The electrochemical dissolution of single silver nanoparticles enlightened by hyperspectral dark-field microscopy

Wonner, Kevin; Evers, Mathies V.; Tschulik, Kristina
Electrochimica Acta, 2019, 301, 458-464
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New publication
21. December 2018

Single entity electrochemistry for the elucidation of lithiation kinetics of TiO2 particles in non-aqueous batteries

Löffler, Tobias; Clausmeyer, Jan; Wilde, Patrick; Tschulik, Kristina; Schuhmann, Wolfgang; Ventosa, Edgar
Nano Energy, 2018, 57, 827-834
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