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At the recent event for Alexander von Humboldt Fellows, the German President got a chance to meet Prof. Ali Hussain, who is currently working at the Institute of Glass and Ceramics. Prof. Hussain is research more sustainable lead-free materials for solid state energy storage devices. These systems a...

Dr. Stephan E. Wolf, Privatdozent am Lehrstuhl für Glas und Keramik des Departments Werkstoffwissenschaften, ist in das prestigeträchtige Heisenberg-Programm der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) aufgenommen worden. In seinem Heisenberg-Projekt widmet sich Stephan Wolf amorphen, also „ungeor...

In the recently published paper in physica status solidi (b) basic solid state physics on "Stress and Deformation Behavior of 2D Composite Cellular Actuator Structures of Ceramic Building Blocks and Epoxy Resins" from Dr. Fey's group in collaboration with Prof. Kakimoto from Naygoya Institute of Tec...

Dr.-Ing. habil. Tobias Fey received his teaching qualification for the subject of materials science and is now allowed to use the title "Privatdozent". He is now a member of the university and authorized to examine PhD students. Congratulations PD Dr. -Ing. habil. Tobias Fey!

This is the latest paper on the characterization of auxtic honeycomb structures within the framework of the GRK 2495. In this paper we demonstrate as a new concept the determination of the mechanical strength of opaque ceramic structures by the use of non-destructive, stress-optical measurements on ...

Am 11. März 2022 erhielt Dr.-Ing. Tobias Fey die Habilitationsbescheinigung für seine erfolgreich abgeschlossene Habilitation zum Thema "Zelluläre Keramik" vom Dekan Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Fröba. Er ist nun berechtigt, den Grad eines habilitierten Arztes (Dr. habil.) zu verwenden. Glückwun...

Dr. Tobias Fey is the leading Guest Editor for the Special Issue on Porous Ceramics in Open Ceramics. Porous ceramics have a wide range of technical and medical applications. They are used as high-temperature insulation materials, support structures, filters, adsorbers, sensors or bone graft subs...