Opportunity for PhD

WACKER Chemie is seeking a PhD candidate to work in the area of electrochemical conversion of CO2. Cooperating with the Institute of Technical Chemistry of the University of Stuttgart, the project will deal with the development and optimization of electrocatalysts and electrochemical cells (more details below).

If you are interested in this exciting tandem project, which combines academic and industrial research, please feel free to apply. 

Looking for Students

The Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics of German Aerospace Center (DLR) is seeking motivated Master’s students for projects related to the  Energy and Material Storage for Offshore Production of PtX Products, as well as the
Fleet Supply for Road-based Heavy-duty Transport in Germany

If you are interested in working on the challenging tasks regarding our future, we encourage you to apply! 

CHEMampere Colloquium 06.03.2023 with Prof. Herdrich

We are happy to invite you to our next CHEMampere Colloquium on Monday, March 6th at 13:00 PM.
Prof. Herdrich will welcome us at the IRS (Institut für Raumfahrtsysteme) and give us an overview of the research activities of the IRS as well as insights into the Plasma Technology conducted in his group.
After the talk and the discussion there is the possibility to visit the facilities of the IRS.

I am very happy about the offer and I want to thank Prof. Herdrich and Hendrik Burghaus for their invitation and the possibility to learn about the research at the IRS.

If you are interested and want to join the CHEMampere Colloquium to learn more about our Research initiative feel free to contact our scientific coordinator Paul Rößner ([email protected])

CHEMampere Colloquium
 06.02.2023 with Kristina Fürst

Producing products with CO2 as a raw material

Some microorganisms can do that. This dossier examines biotechnological approaches to CO2 utilization and presents relevant economic actors, research projects and funding initiatives on the way to climate-neutral industrial production.

ēQATOR project started recently.

Electrically heated catalytic reforming reactors will help EU reach its climate target.