"Great things in business are never done by one person. They're done by a team of people." (Steve Jobs)
Our research activities are scientifically accompanied by the participating chairs. To assist us in our scientific activities, we are supported by a scientific executive committee. Together with the management, the strategic course for the scientific orientation of our work is set here.
Professorship for Chemistry of Solid State Electrolytes, TUM
Chair of Technical Electrochemistry, TUM
Chair of Inorganic Chemistry with focus on New Materials, TUM
Junior Research Group Leader
Moran Balaish, PhD
Topic: Screening and high-throughput synthesis of lithium-based solid-state electrolytes
Research Area M - Materials
Development of novel solid electrolytes
Jingwen Jiang, M.Sc.
Topic: Synthesis and scaling of novel Li-ion conductors
David Müller, M.Sc. (assoziiert)
Topic: Isovalent and aliovalent substitution of lithium phosphido tetrelates.
Samuel Merk, M.Sc.
Topic: Synthesis and scaling of novel lithium-ion conducting materials.
Marina Wittig, M.Sc.
Topic: Synthesis of single-ion conducting polymer electrolytes (SICPE)
Philipp Pfändner, M.Sc.
Topic: Polyvinylphosphone-containing solid-state electrolytes - a further development of PEO-based systems
Hana Gobena, M.Sc.
Topic: Material selection and design of solid state batteries
Anna Kirchberger, M.Sc.
Topic: Development of novel solid electrolytes
Research Area L – Laboratory/Diagnostics
Robin Schuster, M.Sc.
Topic: Industrializability of solid-state batteries
Tobias Kutsch, M.Sc.
Topic: Development of wet film methods for the production of ASSB cell components
Gioele Conforto, M.Sc.
Topic: Fabrication and characterization of anode electrodes for solid-state lithium-ion batteries (lithium metal, lithium-free, microcrystalline silicon).
Moritz Bohn, M.Sc.
Topic: Impedance and gassing diagnostics for solid-state electrolyte batteries
Research Area P - Production Processes
Production of large size cells up to 5Ah
Celestine Singer, M.Sc.
Topic: Layer manufacturing for sulfide-based components for near-industry production of solid-state batteries
Basic und Simulation Cluster
Stephan Sinzig, M.Sc.
Topic: Modeling of solid-state batteries with the finite element method
Jesse Hinricher, Assoc.
Topic: Lithium garnet development and advances for use in next-generation solid-state batteries
Jan Meyer, Assoc.
Topic: Structural and electrochemical investigation of phopshide-based electrode materials