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Carsten Streb

  • Prof. Dr.
  • Professor of Inorganic Chemistry
  • Universität Ulm
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Research interests

Water splittingWater PurificationSelf-AssemblyPolyoxometalatePhotocatalysisMetal OxideMaterials ScienceIonic LiquidsEnergy ConversionCatalysisBatteries

About

Our current research is focused on the synthesis of complex molecular materials where we tune the properties of a bulk compound depending on the molecular components employed. The aim is to develop functional precursors which can be used in a variety of fields, covering catalysis and photocatalysis, nanostructured materials design and electron storage and transfer systems.In addition, we are interested in the design of nanoporous functional materials which are important both in fundamental chemistry and material science as well as for industrial applications.

Co-authors (177)

  • Isolda Roger
  • bushra iqbal
  • Nicolas Meitinger
  • Pavel Abramov
  • Liu Frank

Recent publications

  • Aggregation of Giant Cerium–Bismuth Tungstate Clusters into a 3D Porous Framework with High Proton Conductivity

    • Liu J
    • Han Q
    • Chen L
    • et al.
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  • Cobalt Disulfide Nanoparticles Embedded in Porous Carbonaceous Micro-Polyhedrons Interlinked by Carbon Nanotubes for Superior Lithium and Sodium Storage

    • Ma Y
    • Ma Y
    • Bresser D
    • et al.
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    1Citations
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Professional experience

Professor of Inorganic Chemistry

Universität Ulm

August 2013 - Present

Habilitand / Liebig-Fellow

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

September 2009 - July 2013(4 years)

Postdoc

University of Glasgow

January 2008 - August 2009(2 years)

Education

Chemistry

University of Glasgow

January 2005 - December 2007(3 years)

Chemistry

TU Kaiserslautern

September 1999 - December 2004(5 years)