Our research is done with colleagues all over the world. Previous and current cooperation partners include:

Peter Amman, Department of Physics, Stockholm University, Sweden
High Pressure in-situ XPS Spectroscopy

Sven Barth, Heisenberg Position, Physics Institute, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Functionlised Gallium and Indim Alkoxides in Materials Synthesis

Noelia Barrabes, Institute of Materials Chemistry, TU Wien, Austria
Nanocatalysts and nanocluster catalysts for sustainable processes, asymmetric heterogeneous catalysis with chiral nanoclusters

Peter Blaha, Institute of Materials Chemistry, TU Wien, Austria
Density Functional Theory calculations of solids with WIEN2k (stability of perovskites, molecules on surfaces…)

Hendrik Bluhm, Fritz-Haber-Institute, Berlin, Germany
Water interaction with surfaces, in-situ characterization (Advanced Light Source, Berkeley Lab, CA, USA)

Andrey V. Bukhtiyrov, Boreskov Institue of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, Russia
In-situ spectroscopy of surface sructure during catalytic reactions

Karin Föttinger, Institute of Materials Chemistry, TU Wien, Austria
Environmental catalysis and “green chemistry”, selective oxidation reactions

Bernhard Klötzer, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Catalytic and structural investigations on model catalysts

Andreas Limbeck, Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, TU Wien, Austria
Inorganic Trace Analysis

Alexander Karl Opitz, Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, TU Wien, Austria
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – Surface structure and electrochemistry

Gareth Parkinson, Institute of Applied Physics, TU Wien, Austria
Physics and chemistry of metal oxide surfaces, single-atom catalysts