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Technical University of Munich Faculty in ATUMS

Professor Bernhard Rieger

The WACKER-Chair of Macromolecular Chemistry, Institute for Silicon Chemistry, in the Department of Chemistry at TUM, this researcher is also the ATUMS German Lead. His research expertise lies in the areas of catalysis and polymer chemistry, silicon chemistry, and chemistry of CO2 as a renewable C1 feedstock.

Professor Thomas Fässler

The Chair of Inorganic Chemistry with a Focus on Novel Materials, in the Department of Chemistry at TUM, this researcher is an expert in molecular and solid-state chemistry as well as the electronic and magnetic properties of soluble main group element clusters, tullerides, and intermetallic compounds.

Professor Ulrich Heiz

A researcher in the Department of Chemistry, at TUM, he specializes in gas-phase and surface cluster chemistry and reactivity, and physical methods for their investigation.

Professor Paolo Lugli

Chair of Nanoelectronics, Department of Electrical Engineering, at TUM, he specializes in the design, fabrication, and testing of optoelectronic devices (e.g., photovoltaics, OLEDs, PLEDs, photodetectors, sensors) based upon nanomaterials and polymers.

Professor Peter Müller-Buschbaum

Chair of Experimental Physics, in the Department of Physics at TUM his research interests include the properties and applications of nano-structured functional polymer materials and interfaces.

Professor Tom Nilges

A researcher in the Department of Chemistry, at TUM, he specializes in the chemistry of main group elements as well as materials for thermoelectric and energy applications.

Professor Martin Stutzmann

Chair of Experimental Semiconductor Physics II, in the Department of Physics, at TUM, this researcher is a member of the Walter Schottky Institut and an expert in semiconductor physics, photovoltaics, surface functionalization, laser processing, and sensor applications.

Professor Marc Tornow

This researcher from the Department of Molecular Electronics, at TUM, is an expert in nano-devices and nanomaterials for electric, opto/magnetoelectronic and biosensing applications.

Job Boekhoven

Professor Job Boekhoven

This researcher from the Department of Chemistry, at TUM, aims at developing conceptually new supramolecular materials through non-equilibrium self-assembly.