Group Photo of the team with Bernhard Bayer

© Bernhard Fickl

Principal Investigator (PI)

For up-to-date overview of Dr. Bayer’s published work see his Google Scholar profile: http://scholar.google.at/citations?user=zbm4vKoAAAAJ, opens an external URL in a new window

To date Dr. Bayer's work has resulted in >65 peer-reviewed international journal publications including ACS Nano, Adv. Funct. Mater., Appl. Phys. Lett., J. Phys. Chem. C, Chem. Mater. and Nano Lett. with >3800 citations and an h-index of 34 (Google-Scholar).

Before joining the Institute of Materials Chemistry at the TU Wien as junior research group leader, Dr. Bayer held a Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship from the European Commission at the Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Austria and prior to this he was a College Research Fellow at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK. He holds a PhD degree and a Master degree from the University of Cambridge, UK as well as a Bachelor degree from the Graz University of Technology, Austria.

To date Dr. Bayer has acquired a total of ~900k EUR third-party funding as PI incl. from FFG (Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft/Austrian Research Promotion Agency), European Commission/ Marie-Sklodowska-Curie-Actions, OeAD (Agentur für Bildung und Internationalisierung) and TU Wien’s competitive Innovative Projects programme.

For an overview of funded projects please see the Funding , opens an external URLpage.

For latest news follow us on Twitter (@nanobayer): https://twitter.com/nanobayer, opens an external URL in a new window

To get in touch please use bernhard.bayer-skoff@tuwien.ac.at.

Short-URL: www.nanobayer.com, opens an external URL in a new window

 

 

Co-Supervision of Bachelor's and Master's students with Prof. Dominik Eder

Presently funded by projects:

  • Bernhard Fickl, Doktorand, gefördert durch die FFG HARD2D: Zweidimensionale Materialien als ultradünne Korrosionsbarrieren auf Stählen durch Adaption industrieller Oberflächenhärtungsprozesse (Förderung)
  • Markus Hofer, Doktorand, gefördert durch die FFG SolarSulfide2D: Skalierbare Herstellung von zweidimensionalen Sulfiden für nachhaltige photokatalytische Anwendungen (Förderung)
  • Martin Nastran, Doktorand, gefördert durch die FFG DekoSchirm: Graphen/TiO2-Beschichtungen zur gleichzeitigen photokatalytischen Selbstdekontamination und elektromagnetischen Abschirmung (Förderung)

Present co-supervision of non-2D work (TU Wien funded with Prof. Dominik Eder):

  • Jakob Rath, Doktorand, Atomlagenabscheidung von metallorganischen Gerüsten (ALD MOFs)

Alumni-PhD students and post-docs:

Present and alumni Master and Bachelor students:

  • Njomza Isufaj
  • Markus Hofer
  • Daniel Matulka
  • Samuel Heinzle
  • Paul Peschek
  • Johannes Jeryczynski
  • Jakob Steinwandter
  • Viktor Fortin
  • Nicole Rosza
  • Tanja Steger
  • Alexander Holzer
  • Michael Löv

Present and alumni academic visitors:

The Nanomaterials Synthesis and Integration junior research group is gratefully placed within the Molecular Materials Division, Institute of Materials Chemistry, TU Wien (Prof. Dominik Eder).

Group photo of the team with Dominik Eder and Bernhard Bayer

© Bernhard Fickl