We now have an open experimental PhD position in the H2Demo project on the realisation of high-efficiency water splitting by photoelectrochemical interface modification approaches at the University of Tübingen. To be filled as soon as possible, more details in this document.
If you're excited about excited states - be it computational or experimental - of challenging electrochemical systems that have an application perspective in the field of sustainable energies: Feel free to contact us, we will have further opportunities every now and then!
We are looking for a student assistant (HiWi) for website and computer administration, 10 hours per month. If you're interested, please contact Matthias May.
M.Sc. and B.Sc. projects
We are always looking for motivated students to start an - computational or experimental - M.Sc. or B.Sc. project in the field of (photo)electrochemical energy conversion. Just contact Matthias May.
An incomplete selection of current topics to be covered: "Combining climate models with electrochemical models for estimating the global potential of renewable energy pathways", "Optical spectroscopy on single-crystals in electrolytes", "Computational spectroscopy of metal electrodes in aqueous electroytes".