RG Dr. Wolfgang Zeier
- Current notice
We are moving. You can soon find us at the University of Münster.
Contact: wzeier at uni-muenster.de
- Welcome to Zeier Research Group
Our group investigates structure-property relationships in inorganic solids for the development of clean-energy storage and harvesting technologies. Specifically, we focus on thermoelectric and all-solid-state-battery applications. The core of our research approach employs materials synthesis and structural characterization and is complemented with measurement and modeling of ionic, electronic and thermal transport properties.
- Dr. Wolfgang Zeier
Tel.: +49 641 99 34508
Tel.: +49 641 99 34501 (Secretary)
Fax.: +49 641 99 34509
For current news follow us @ZeierLab on Twitter.
November 2019: Congrats to Ajay. His first paper on kinetic freezing of disorder in lithium argyrodites is out in Chem. Mater.
October 2019: Congrats to Roman on his lithium argryodite work, out in ACS Appl. Energy Mater.
September 2019: Congrats Georg on developing the step-wise CV for lithium thiophosphatzes. In Chem. Mater. doi:10.1021/acs.chemmater.9b01550
July 2019: Congrats to Mike for his review on the solution chemistry of lithium thiophosphates in JMCA doi:10.1039/c9ta04772g
June 2019: Congrats to Saneyuki on finding further evidence for energy landscape flattening! doi:10.1021/acs.chemmater.9b01857
May 2019: Congrats to Roman in this stellar collaboration. Using lattice dynamics descriptors for finding new superionic materials out in iScience doi:10.1016/j.isci.2019.05.036
April 2019: Congrats to Nicolò: his first PhD paper on lithium diffusion in the this-LISICONS out in Chem. Mater.
April 2019: Congrats to Saneyuki. Our first paper on Li-S solid-state batteries has been accepted at Chem. Mater.
January 2019: Congrats to Roman and Paul! Their work on NTPS, a sodium thiophosphate analogue of the NASICON has been accepted at Chem. Eur. J. doi:10.1002/chem.201805569
December 2018: The group gets highlighted as one of the Emerging Investigator groups in Solid-State Inorganic Chemistry. Virtual Issue
December 2018: Marvins work on the argyodites got highlighted by C&EN News
November 2018: Congrats Marvin! Inducing high ionic conductivity in lithium argyrodites up to 18 mS/cm. Finally fast enough for solid-state batteries with thick electrodes. Just accepted in J. Am. Chem. Soc. doi:10.1021/jacs.8b10282
October 2018: Congrats Thorben! Comparing descriptors for lattice dynamics showing the interaction of phonons with mobile ions, just accepted in J. Am. Chem. Soc. doi:10.1021/jacs.8b09340
July 2018: Suppressing atomic motion and metal plating in superionic thermoelectrics. May help pushing the device integration. @Nature Communications doi:10.1038/s41467-018-05248-8
June 2018: Raimunds work on the chemomechanical effects in solid-state batteries and how to mitigate them is out! Energy Environ. Sci. doi:10.1039/C8EE00907D. Congrats!
May 2018: Our perspective on the structural chemistry of thiophosphate ionic conductors is out at Chem. Mater. 10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b01293
Congrats to Sean, Raimund and Thorben for this nice piece of work.
April 2018: Thorbens work on the local structure of ionic conductors was just accepted at Inorg. Chem. Seems like ball-milling has a large effect!
March 2018: Congrats Manuel for the work on the structural chemistry and novel synthesis of LAGP. Just accepted at ACS Appl. Mater. Int.
February 2018: Great work by Thorben on inductive effects on ionic transport just accepted at Chem. Mater. Congrats!