Armin Gölzhäuser received his Ph.D. in 1993 from the University of Heidelberg. He then was a Feodor Lynen Fellow at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 2001, he received his habilitation (Heidelberg) and in 2003 he became a professor of physical chemistry at Marburg University. In the same year, he became a professor of physics at Bielefeld University. His research is focused on the fabrication, characterization and application of low dimensional nanostructures and functional materials, and he has a strong interest in the technological application of nanostructures. He is a founder of the Bielefeld Institute for Nanoscience (BINAS) and he is Associate Editor of the Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology.
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Xianghui Zhang obtained his B.Sc. from Xi’an Jiaotong University (2002), Shaanxi, China. He received his M.Sc. from Peking University (2005) at Beijing under the guidance of Prof. Dapeng Yu and then worked as a research engineer in Beijing Hannayuan Nanotechnology Co. Ltd. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Bielefeld in 2010 under the guidance of Prof. Armin Gölzhäuser. He is currently working on the fabrication of graphene and carbon nanomembranes for nanofiltration applications. His research interests also include nanomechanics, carbon-based nanocapacitors and nanolithography. read more
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Natalie Frese joined the research group in 2014 and finished her PhD in June 2019. Her current research focuses on fabrication and functionalization of carbon nano membranes, helium ion microscopy of insulating materials and on the synthesis and analysis of carbon nanofoam. She is also a member of the nanophysics group of Prof. Sattler at University of Hawaii at Manoa.
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Yang Yang joined the group of Prof. Armin Gölzhäuser in October 2014 and obtained her Ph.D. in May 2019. In 2019, she received a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship for a research stay at Imperial College London. Her research interests are nanofluidics, molecular separation, 2D materials and molecular self-assembly.
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Raphael Dalpke is a PhD student who joined the group in October 2016. He obtained his bachelor as well as his master degree in Chemistry from Bielefeld University. His bachelor thesis treated different influences on the thermoresponsive behaviour of core-shell microgels. His master thesis on the other hand was concerned with the application of a gas chromatograph in order to analyse the online separation of isomers in combustion processes. His current research focuses on gas permeation through carbon nanomembranes. Within this topic he is working on the DFG-founded project "Carbon nanomembranes as scaffold for studying nanoscale heterogeneity and vectorial functionality of protein assemblies" in cooperation with the group of Prof. Dr. Dietz, Biochemistry and Physiology of Plants, Bielefeld University.
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Le Hoang Linh joined the group in 2017 as a PhD student. She focuses on Carbon Nanomembranes for nanofiltration. She obtained her Master degree in Materials Science in 2016 from Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and she previously studied the fabrication of graphene membranes for liquid filtration.
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Qi, M.Sc. Yubo
Yubo Qi is a PhD student who joined the group in February 2019. He is working on Carbon Nanomembranes for Nanofiltration. He obtained his Master degree of Materials Science and Engineering from Tianjin Polytechnic University (Tianjin, China) in June 2018, where he worked on electrocatalytic membrane reactor for organic systems.
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Patrick Stohmann is a PhD student investigating the structure of SAMs on gold with scanning tunneling microscopy. He joined this group in 2014. He received his Master degree from Bielefeld University under the guidance of Prof. Andreas Hütten in the field of applied microfluidics.
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Micheal Westphal is currently working on his PhD about "Characterization, modification and fabrication of dielectric thin-film systems". Further investigations include the helium ion microscope to analyze samples on the nanometer scale.
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