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Angelika Beinert

Angelika Beinert

PhD student


Biography:

Angelika has graduated with a degree in Physics from the University of Freiburg i. Br. in Germany.  For her final thesis she has investigated the influence of additives on the degradation behaviour of Ethylenvinylacetate at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems in Freiburg. Previously she has spent 6 months at the Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems in Boston, MA. There she has contributed to the investigation of potential measurement methods of the EVA crosslinking degree. After obtaining her degree she has worked as a guest scientist at the Tsinghua University in Beijing.

At the MML Angelika works experimentally and computationally on the development of polymeric nanofoams. One of the objectives of her PhD is to gain a better understanding of the polymeric properties that enhance the development of nanofoams.

Keywords

  • Macromolecular Materials
  • Multiscale Modelling
  • Molecular Dynamics
  • Polymers

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Jan 28, 2017

A new paper by James A. Elliott and his Turkish collaborators Elif Ozden-Yenigun and Canan Atilgan is published in Computational Materials Science

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Jan 28, 2017

A new paper by John S. Bulmer, Thurid S. Gspann, Jon S. Barnard and James A. Elliott is published in Carbon.

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Dec 23, 2016

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High thermal conductivities of carbon nanotube films and micro-fibres and their dependence on morphology

Dec 12, 2016

A new paper by Thurid S. Gspann, Stefan M. Juckes, John F. Niven, Michel B. Johnson, James A. Elliott, Mary Anne White, Alan H. Windle is published in Carbon.

A summer tea time and farewell to Segio

Jul 22, 2016

The MML group had a nice tea time in the department on the hottest day of this summer. Dr Sergio Estravís has successfully finished his current research associate position in this summer. We wish Sergio has a greater success in the future.

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