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Freiburg Materials Scientist Wins Research Award in the Area of Semiconductor Radiation Detectors
Freiburg material researcher PD Dr. Michael Fiederle has been chosen to receive the „Room-Temperature Semiconductor Detector (RTSD) Award.“ The award honors extraordinary scientific contributions to the topic of semiconductor radiation detectors. Fiederle accepted the RTSD Award in November at ...
Merck KGaA and the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg announced the commencement of a project to develop and manufacture new battery materials. Fundamentally new conducting salts for lithium-ion batteries to power hybrid and electric vehicles are to be developed in the Merck Battery Materials ...
Researchers at the University of Freiburg are developing a microscope with illuminating beams that actively refocus in a light-scattering medium
It’s a familiar situation for all car drivers. In the autumn, when the roads are foggy, visibility drops below 50 metres. The light of the car’s headlights are scattered by the drops of fog, meaning we can’t see objects further away because the light can’t reach them. This everyday example ...
On-line Monitoring of Particle Growth in Catalytic Polyethylene Slurries
Real-time monitoring of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) production is now possible. In an article in the journal Macromolecular Reaction Engineering, Professor Rolf Mülhaupt and his student Rainer Xalter of Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg, Germany, describe how they use a combination of ...
Ever since the discovery of carbon nanotubes in the early 1990s, scientists and engineers have been fascinated by the possibilities for these little tubes made of organic materials in the fields of microelectronics, substance separation, and biomedicine. Freiburg researchers have now produced ...
Great things are expected from quantum dots: they are supposed to mark tumors, help improve large flat-screens, and be the foundation for the optical data processing of the future. Quantum dots are nanoscopic crystals, which are so small that their optoelectronic properties resemble those of ...