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


15. March 2021

Congratulations Zhibin

Congrats to Zhibin for his successful PhD defence Congratulations to Zhibin for having succefully finished his PhD. We wish you all the best for your future.
17. February 2021

Available PhD positions

The graduate school “Confinement-controlled Chemistry“ is looking for top-class graduate students (m/f/d) with an interest in exploring the influence of geometrical confinement on reactions. Twelve PhD positions with 19,91 hours/week E13 TV-L for 3 years are available in the fields of supra-molecular chemistry, synchroton X-ray spectroscopy, advanced vibrational spectroscopy, single molecule imaging, and free energy simulations.
For further details please refer to the website of confinement-controlled-chemistry.de or Stellenwerk Bochum
New publication
18. September 2020

Implications of resistance and mass transport limitations on the common Tafel approach at composite catalyst thin-film electrodes

Niclas Blanc, Christian Rurainsky, Kristina Tschulik
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2020, 872, 114345
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3. September 2020

Kristina Tschulik is selected for ERC Grant

We are very happy that our project “Microfluidic Tuning of Individual Nanoparticles to Understand and Improve Electrocatalysis” was selected for the Starting Grant of the European Research Council (ERC).
There is a (german only) article on the news.RUB site which gives a nice summary of the project and its contents and an english article on the RESOLV website.
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New publication
20. August 2020

Ultrafast Construction of Oxygen-Containing Scaffold over Graphite for Trapping Ni2+ into Single Atom Catalysts

Zhibin Liu, Shaofeng Li, Juan Yang, Xinyi Tan, Chang Yu, Changtai Zhao, Xiaotong Han, Huawei Huang, Gang Wan, Yijin Liu, Kristina Tschulik, and Jieshan Qiu
ACS Nano, 2020, 14, 9, 11662-11669
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New publication
18. August 2020
TOC of Electrochemical Dealloying as a Tool to Tune Porosity, Composition and Catalytic Activity of Nanomaterials

Electrochemical Dealloying as a Tool to Tune Porosity, Composition and Catalytic Activity of Nanomaterials

Christian Rurainsky, Alba Garzón Manjón, Felix Hiege, Yen-Ting Chen, Christina Scheu, Kristina Tschulik
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2020, accepted manuscript
This article is Open Access and can be accessed without subscription.
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1. July 2020

Welcome Pouya

We are very happy that today Pouya H. Yazdeli joins our team for a postdoc position after doing his PhD at the university in Oldenburg.