Informations & Contacts - Working groups "Solid State Ionics" & "Electrochemical Energy Conversion"
Thesis opportunities in the research groups Solid State Ionics E164-04-3 and Electrochemical Energy Conversion E164-04-1:
The practical work takes 6 weeks. Afterwards, the written paper has to be completed within 6 weeks. In the course of the bachelor thesis, the corresponding bachelor seminar must also be attended. (LU 164.230 Bachelorarbeit + SE 164.251 Bachelorseminar)
The research groups Solid State Ionics (Prof. Jürgen Fleig) and Electrochemical Energy Conversion (Dr. Alexander Opitz) regularly offer master theses on various topics.
The exact questions are continuously adapted to the current status of the ongoing projects and the availability of the supervising assistants. Requirements for a successful collaboration are interest in interdisciplinary (physico-chemical or material science) questions, enthusiasm, pleasure in intensive teamwork as well as the ability to act and develop own ideas independently.
If you are interested in a thesis, simply contact the appropriate group leader:
- Solid State Ionics: Univ.Prof. Dr. Jürgen Fleig firstname.lastname@example.org
- Electrochemical Energy Conversion: Assistant Prof. Dr. Alexander Opitz email@example.com
- Assistant Prof. Dr. Markus Kubicek firstname.lastname@example.org
Informations & Contacts - Working group "Electrochemical Methods & Corrosion"
Thesis opportunities in the research group Electrochemical Methods and Corrosion E164-04-2:
If you are interested in a thesis, simply contact the group leader: Ao.Univ.Prof. Dr. Günter Fafilek email@example.com