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


6. May 2020

Kristina Tschulik has been elected into the NRW-Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts

Portrait picture Kristina TschulikWe are very happy to announce that Kristina Tschulik has been elected into the NRW-Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts. She was honored with this position in the division engineering and economics as one out of 15 outstanding scientists.

You can find the full article in German on the NEWS.RUB page.
1. May 2020

Julia Linnemann re-joins our Team

We warmly welcome Julia Linnemann at the NanoEC research group. She will establish a junior research group focusing on shape-dependent electrochemistry in the context of energy storage and conversion.
10. March 2020

Invitation to the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Kannasoot with his own developed device and software We are happy for Kannasoot who has been selected to attend this year’s 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Here, he will meet around 70 Nobel Laureates from interdiciplinary topics which matches very nicely his current research on merging engineering and scientific knowledge to develop fundamental tools for deeper understanding in single-entity electrochemistry.
19. February 2020

Team event: Escape room

Group picture in the escape-room This time our groupevent was in an escape room in the Bochum city-center. Luckily all teams managed to solve the riddles and could leave the rooms.
Team photo in the escape room Team photo in the escape room
New publication
18. February 2020

Metal‐Rich Chalcogenides for Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution – Activity of Electrodes and Bulk Materials

Daniel Siegmund, Niclas Blanc, Mathias Smialkowski, Kristina Tschulik, Ulf-Peter Apfel
ChemElectroChem, 2020, Vol. 7, 7, 1514-1527
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New publication
17. December 2019

Operando Studies of the Electrochemical Dissolution of Silver Nanoparticles in Nitrate Solutions Observed with Hyperspectral Dark- Field Microscopy

Kevin Wonner, Christian Rurainsky, Kristina Tschulik
Frontiers in Chemistry, 2019, Vol. 7, 912
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11. December 2019

New EU Project

Kristina Tschulik, Tobias Vöpel und Nicolas Plumeré (von links) gehören zum Projektteam. © RUB, KramerGreat news: our joint EU project with the University of Maastricht, Garlock and Yookr has been granted. Looking forward to an exciting cooperation on the production of smart sensors for the process industry! Further information:news.RUB.de
New publication
15. November 2019

Enhanced antibacterial performance of ultrathin silver/platinum nanopatches by a sacrificial anode mechanism

Adham Abuayyash, Nadine Ziegler, Hajo Meyer, Michael Meischein, Christina Sengstock, Julian Moellenhoff, Christian Rurainsky, Marc Heggen, Alba Garzón-Manjón, Christina Scheu, Kristina Tschulik, Alfred Ludwig, Manfred Köller
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine, 2019, Vol. 24, 102126
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New publication
16. October 2019

Enhanced dissolution of silver nanoparticles in a physical mixture with platinum nanoparticles based on the sacrificial anode effect

Marina Breisch, Kateryna Loza, Kevin Pappert, Alexander Rostek, Christian Rurainsky, Kristina Tschulik, Marc Heggen, Matthias Epple, Jörg C. Tiller, Thomas A. Schildhauer, Manfred Köller, Christina Sengstock
Nanotechnology, 2019, Vol 31, 5
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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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