Micro, meso and macroporous non-metallic Materials - Fundamentals and Application is offered at University of Bremen. Ceramic materials are particularly distinguished by their corrosion and high-temperature resistance. However, they are far more demanding to manufacture and condition than metals or polymers.
The robustness of ceramics is a promising approach to a highly sustainable technological use which has the potential of enabling completely new applications other material classes are denied.
- Plasmonic Porous Ceramics
- Polymer- derived Ceramics with graded structures for phase separation and catalysis
- NMR Methods for a comprehensive and fast characterization of mass transport and catalytic reactions in porous materials
- Detection of colloid motion in deep bed filtration processes by means of Fast-X-Ray-Tomography (at TU Dresden)
- Investigation of dielectrophoretic effects in porous structures
- Mass transport in graded monolithic catalyst supports for strong exothermal gas phase and multiphase reactions
- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
DisciplinesMaterials Science & Engineering Sustainable Development Natural Sciences View 4 other PhDs in Materials Science & Engineering in Germany
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- a motivation letter reasoning your interest for a specific research project described on our webpage (max. 1 page),
- a full CV (max. 2 pages) including contact details of 2 references,
- copies of university certificates incl. transcripts and
- a brief summary of your thesis and previous research projects (max. 2 pages)
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