Bachelor Theses

The topics are designed for a processing time of 3 months. Special knowledge is not necessarily required. Further information can be obtained at the chair.

  1. Perovskite solar cells for space applications
  2. Milk Froth Batteries – Towards Green and Efficient Energy Storage
  3. X-ray Scattering Data for Machine Learning of Neural Networks
  4. Degradation mechanism of quasi-2D perovskites under external stimuli
  5. Cathode materials for commercial Li-ion batteries
  6. Thermal stability of green-solvent based organic solar cells
  7. Environmentally friendly perovskite materials for solar cells
  8. High voltage lithium metal batteries for electric vehicles
  9. Green solvent for printed organic solar cell
  10. Multi-Localized-High-Concentration Lithium ion Electrolytes Improve the Interface of Electrode/Electrolyte

Master Theses

The topics are designed for a processing time of 9 months. Special knowledge is not necessarily required. Further information can be obtained at the chair.

  1. High efficiency next generation organic solar cells
  2. Novel nanostructured thermoelectric hybrid materials
  3. Smart nano-sensors made of stimuli-responsive polymers in solution and in thin films
  4. Silicon-Germanium based anode coatings for Lithium-ion batteries
  5. Perovskite Solar Cells for Space Applications
  6. Printed polymer-based thin film batteries
  7. Lightweight Organic Solar Cells as Alternative to Nuclear Batteries for Deep Space Power Generation
  8. Near-infrared Quantum Dot Solar Cells for Space Application

PhD-Studentships

For a period of 2.5 to 3 years a payment by TV-L is offered, including all the usual benefits. The funding is project-based for the subjects offered. Previous experience in one of the following subjects are desirable: Polymer Physics, X-ray scattering, neutron scattering, AFM or optical microscopy. When interested a stay abroad is possible.

Research Scientists/Postdoctoral Positions

We offer contracts on a time scale of 1 up to 3 years, depending on the topic of work. The remuneration will be according to the German rate TV-L. Applicants should have research experience in experimental scattering techniques using x-ray or synchrotron radiation. Knowledge in polymer physics will be of particular value.

Presently there is no vacancy in this field.

Practical Work in Labs

Physics Department E13, TU Munich

In the term holidays and for a duration of 6 - 12 weeks we offer several students the possibility of paid practical work on one of our research projects, so as to get to know the daily routine in laboratories and to make their own experimental experiences.

Please contact Prof. Dr. Müller-Buschbaum or a head of the individual sub groups if possible several months before the beginning of the practical work.

Practical Work Abraod

For undergraduates we can offer practical work at international research centers such as

in the areas solid state and bio physics with neutron and synchrotron radiation. Usually these practical work positions are financed for a duration of 2 to 3 months.

Please contact Prof. Dr. Müller-Buschbaum or a head of the individual sub groups if possible at least half a year in advance