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Welcome to the Research Group of
Electrocatalysis & Functional Materials

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kristina Tschulik



New Publication

A materials driven approach for understanding single entity nano impact electrochemistry

Stevenson, Keith J.; Tschulik, Kristina

Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, 2017, Accepted Article.

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New Publication

Time-resolved impact electrochemistry for quantitative measurement of single-nanoparticle reaction kinetics

Saw, En Ning; Kratz, Markus; Tschulik, Kristina

Nano Research, 2017, Accepted Article.

Free read-only version: http://rdcu.be/t3CG

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New Publication

A Unified Interdisciplinary Approach to Design Antibacterial Coatings for Fast Silver Release

A. El Arrassi, P. Bellova, S. M. Javid, Y. Motemani, C. Khare, C. Sengstock, Köller, A. Ludwig, K. Tschulik

ChemElectroChem, 2017, Early View

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Kristina Tschulik receives an invited guest professorship of Université Paris Diderot

This allows her to join the ITODYS laboratory for 6 weeks, experience the vibrant electrochemistry community in Paris and visit the many world-leading electrochemistry research groups located in and around Paris.

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New Publication

Antibacterial activity of microstructured sacrificial anode thin films by combination of silver with platinum group elements (platinum, palladium, iridium)

Manfred Köller, Petri Bellova, Siyamak Memar Javid, Yahya Motemani, Chinmay Khare, Christina Sengstock, Kristina Tschulik, Thomas A. Schildhauer, Alfred Ludwig

Materials Science and Engineering: C, 2017, 74 536–541.

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New Publication

Detection of individual nanoparticle impacts using etched carbon nanoelectrodes

Jan Clausmeyer, Patrick Wilde, Tobias Löffler, Edgar Ventosa, Kristina Tschulik, Wolfgang Schuhmann

Electrochemistry Communications, 2016, 73, 67–70.

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Kristina Tschulik receives Joachim-Walther-Schultze Prize

Nanoparticles can be the key to sustainable energy technologies. These are investigated by Kristina Tschulik. She has been awarded for her work. Read more in the news section of the Ruhr-University Bochum: RUB-Forscherin erhält Joachim-Walther-Schultze-Preis

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