- Shape controlled synthesis of titania nanoparticles (100-200 nm) for the application as custom designed high toughness hierarchical nanocomposite material.
- Preparation of 2d multilayer nanocomposite thin film consisting of varying organic/inorganic building blocks (titania, dicarboxylic acids, graphene oxide...).
- Characterization of mechanical properties via bulge experiments using atomic force microcopy and interferometric measurements of nanometer thin 2d nanocomposites.
"Dynamic and Static Mechanical Properties of 2D Nanocomposites"
This work is part of the Collaborative Research CenterSFB 986 – Tailor-Made Multi-Scale Materials Systems – M3” (Project Area A1) in cooperation with the Hamburg University of Technology, the Helmholtz Centre for Materials and Coastal Research in Geesthacht and the DESY, financially supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG). For preceding achievements and further reading visit https://www.tuhh.de/sfb986 or the website of Dr. Tobias Vossmeyer.
10/2010 – 07/2013B.Sc. in Nanoscience, University of Hamburg, Thesis with Prof. Wolfgang Hansen: "Das Talbot-Interferometer als Spinwellen-Filter" ("The Talbot-Interferometer as Spin Wave Filter")
M.Sc. in Nanoscience, University of Hamburg, Thesis with Prof. Horst Weller: "Electromechanical Actuators based on Cross-Linked Gold Nanoparticle Membranes"
since 01/2016Ph.D. candidate at the University of Hamburg, Institute of Physical Chemistry with Prof. Horst Weller and Dr. Tobias Vossmeyer