Christoph Rameshan

Archmage & Money Conjurer

ResearcherID: G-3564-2015

Career

Since 2021

2020–2021 

2013–2019


2012–2013

2011–2012


2008


2001–2003

Associate Professor
Insitute of Materials Chemistry, TU Wien (Austria)

Assistant Professor
Tenure Track within the Excellence Programm of the TU Wien (Austria)

University Assistant and Research Group Leader
TU Wien, Institute of Materials Chemistry (Austria)
(parental leave Februar–October 2017)

Senior Post Doc
University Innsbruck, Institute of Physical Chemistry (Austria)

Post Doc
Lawrence Berkely National Laboratory, Berkely, CA (USA)
Erwin Schöringer Fellowship funded by the FWF

IASTE Internship
National Institute of Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba (Japan)
Organic Nanomaterials Centre

Branch Manger
OVB Holding AG, Innsbruck (Austria)

Education

2019


2011


2007

2001

Habilitation in Physical Chemistry
Title: Model Catalysis — Bridging the Gap from UHV to Atmospheric Pressure by in situ Synchrotron Studies
Institute of Materials Chemistry, TU Wien (Austria)

PhD in Chemistry (Advisors: B. Klötzer & R. Schlögl)
Max Planck Fellowship, Inorganic Chemistry Department, Fritz-Haber-Institute, Berlin (Germany) and
Institute of Physical Chemistry, University Innsbruck (Austria)

Master Degree in Chemistry
Institute of Physical Chemstry, University Innsbruck (Austria)

Certified Financial Advisor

Teaching

General Teaching

Since 2013, bachelor and master level:

  • “Physical Chemistry 1” (mandatory course of the bachelor study programme “Technical Chemistry”)
  • “Physical Chemistry, Laboratory Course” (mandatory lab course of the bachelor study programme “Technical Chemistry”, headed since 2018)
  • “Physical Chemistry for Environmental Engineering” (mandatory course of the bachelor study programme “Environmental Engineering”)
  • “Physicochemical Methods of Materials Characterization” (elective in different masters programmes)
  • Elective lab exercies both in bachelor and master programmes

Student (Co-)Supervision

ongoing

4 PhD students:
Thomas Haunold (co-supverised with Günther Rupprechter),  Harald Summerer (co-supverised with Alexander K. Opitz)
Lorenz Lindenthal, Florian Schrenk

completed

5 PhD students:
Harald H. Holzapfel, Hao Li, Kreshimir Anic, Matteo Roiaz, Verena Pramhaas (co-supervised)
5 Master students:
Kresimir Anic, Thomas Haunold (co-supervised)
Janko Popovic, Lorenz Lindenthal, Florian Schrenk
11 Bachelor students:
Lorenz Lindenthal, Janko Popovic, Harald Summerer, Elischa Ellersdorfer, Richard Buchinger, Christian Melcher, Tobias Berger, Tobias M. Berger, Patrick Tapler, Tina Navratil, Gabriele Urban

Community Efforts and Administrative Responsibilities

Community

ongoing


Since 2020

Since 2019

Since 2018

2018

Since 2017

Reviewer for scientific Journals (i.a. ACS Nano, Applied Energy, Applied Surface Science, Catalysts, ChemCatChem, Chemical Monthly, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Journal of Inustrial and Engineering Chemistry, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Journal of Power Sources, Materials)

EFCATS / IACS Council Member for Austria
Leader of the AG Katalyse & Oberflächenchemie for GÖCH (Society of Austrian Chemists)

Reviewer of OeAD Scientific Exchange Proposals

Science Mentor (Editorial Board Member) for Frontiers for Young Minds

Reviewer for Horizon 2020 Marie-Curie Action “InterTalentum” (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Proposal reviewer for the Advanced Light Source (ALS) of the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA (USA)

Admininstration

ongoing

2020-2021

2019-2021

2016-2019

Since 2015

2014-2020

Comission member in habilitation committees and in committees for appointments of professorships

“Kuriensprecher des Mittelbaus” (speaker of non-professorial teaching staff), Faculty of Technicals Chemistry, TU Wien
Member of the study commissions for “Chemical Engineering” and the PhD programme, TU Wien

Member of the Senate of TU Wien

Member of the study commissions for “Technical Chemistry”, TU Wien

Member of the Faculty Board, Faculty of Technical Chemistry, TU Wien

Organiser of the Institute Seminar, Institute of Materials Chemistry, TU Wien

Awards

2021

2019

2017

2014

2010

Best Teaching Award, TU Wien, Category: Best Teacher
ERC PoC-Grant “TUCAS-CO2” (150.000 €)

Best Teaching Award, TU Wien, Category: Best Teacher

Theodor Körner Förderpreis 2017
ERC Starting Grant “TUCAS” (2 Mio. €)

Gerhard Ertl Young Investigator Award 2014 for Excellence of Research in Surface Science

Dr. Otto Seibert Wissenschafts-Förderungspreis 2010, University Innsbruck