Curriculum Vitae - Dr. Jürgen Fleig

Education

2002                Venia Legendi, Physical Chemistry, University of Ulm, Germany

1995                PhD, Chemistry, University of Tübingen, Germany

1991                Diploma, Physics, University of Tübingen, Germany

Current Position

2005 –              Professor of Electrochemistry, Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, Faculty of Chemistry, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

Previous Positions

2003 – 2005     Research Scientist, Max Planck Institute of Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany

2002 – 2003     Guest Scientist, Massachusetts Inst. of Technol., Dept. Mat. Sci. & Eng., Cambridge, USA

1995 – 2002     Research Scientist, Max Planck Institute of Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany

1992 – 1995     PhD student, Max Planck Institute of Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany

Awards

2022                C. F. Schönbein Gold Medal of Honour, European Fuel Cell Forum, Switzerland

2017                Wilhelm Jost Memorial Lectures, Academy of Science, Göttingen, Germany

2017                Corresponding Member of Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

2016                 Fellow of The Electrochemical Society, USA

2006/08/10       Pro Didactica Awards for Best Lecture in Chemistry (TU Wien, Student organization)

2005                Edward C. Henry Award of American Ceramic Society, USA

2004                Tajima Prize of International Society of Electrochemistry, Switzerland

2004                Edward C. Henry Award of American Ceramic Society, USA

2002 – 2007     Karl Winnacker Scholarship of Aventis Foundation, Germany

2002                Edward C. Henry Award of American Ceramic Society, USA

Teaching Activities

2005 –             Professor – Electrochemistry, Ceramics, Physical Chemistry, TU Wien, Austria

2002 – 2005     Privatdozent (Venia Legendi) – Electrochemistry, University of Ulm, Germany

2003                Guest Professor – Electrochemistry, University of Rome, Tor Vergata, Department of Sciences and Chemistry

Institutional Responsibilities

2019 –             Head of Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, Technische Universität Wien

2014 – 2020     Head of the Curriculum Commission in Chemistry, Technische Universität Wien

2014 – 2017      Board Member of German Society of Physical Chemistry (Bunsengesellschaft)

2009 – 2013      Councilor for Europe, International Society for Solid State Ionics

Editorial Activities

2020 –             Advisory Board Materials Advances

2020 –             Advisory Board Journal of Materials Chemistry A

2006 –             Editorial Board Electroceramics

2009 – 2014     Editorial Board Monatshefte der Chemie

Main Research Interests

Kinetics of electrochemical reactions on solid ion conductors, defect chemistry of oxides, mass and charge transport in ionic solids, impedance spectroscopy, electroceramics, solid oxide cells, interfaces.

Designing and establishing novel experimental methods and developing novel theoretical approaches in solid state electrochemistry are among the main strengths of the research group.