His primary areas of investigation include Microbial fuel cell, Anode, Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry and Electrochemistry. His Microbial fuel cell research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nanotechnology, Microbial Biofilms, Geobacter sulfurreducens and Electrolysis. His research integrates issues of Cathode and Analytical chemistry in his study of Anode.
His Cathode research includes themes of Electrolyte and Oxygen. In his work, Wastewater, Electron transfer and Cyclic voltammetry is strongly intertwined with Biofilm, which is a subfield of Chemical engineering. Falk Harnisch has included themes like Electrocatalyst and Platinum, Catalysis in his Inorganic chemistry study.
His main research concerns Microbial fuel cell, Chemical engineering, Anode, Electrochemistry and Biofilm. His Microbial fuel cell study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Microbial Biofilms, Nanotechnology, Electrolysis, Wastewater and Sewage treatment. Falk Harnisch combines subjects such as Geobacter sulfurreducens, Geobacter, Analytical chemistry, Redox and Cyclic voltammetry with his study of Chemical engineering.
The concepts of his Anode study are interwoven with issues in Cathode and Electron transfer. The various areas that he examines in his Electrochemistry study include Inorganic chemistry, Formate, Selectivity and Electrolyte. His Biofilm research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bacterial nanowires, Microorganism, Microbiology, Biosensor and Environmental chemistry.
Falk Harnisch spends much of his time researching Chemical engineering, Anode, Biofilm, Electrochemistry and Geobacter. Falk Harnisch has researched Chemical engineering in several fields, including Electron transport chain, Methylobacterium extorquens, Green chemistry and Bioreactor. His research on Anode focuses in particular on Microbial fuel cell.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrothermal carbonization and Microbial population biology in addition to Microbial fuel cell. His Biofilm research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental chemistry, Extracellular and Anaerobic digestion. Falk Harnisch usually deals with Electrochemistry and limits it to topics linked to Formate and Electrocatalyst, Selectivity, Electrolyte and Polymer.
Chemical engineering, Electrochemistry, Biochemical engineering, Electrosynthesis and Geobacter are his primary areas of study. The Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Electrocatalyst, Formate, Electrochemical engineering, Electrolyte and Selectivity. His research in Electrochemistry intersects with topics in Biosensor, Geobacter anodireducens, Biofilm and Anaerobic digestion.
His study in Biochemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Characterization methods and Membrane, Biofouling. His Electrosynthesis research incorporates elements of Biocatalysis, Aqueous reaction, Green chemistry and Renewable energy. His work carried out in the field of Geobacter brings together such families of science as Working electrode, Cyclic voltammetry and Voltammetry.
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Application of pyrolysed iron(II) phthalocyanine and CoTMPP based oxygen reduction catalysts as cathode materials in microbial fuel cells
Feng Zhao;Falk Harnisch;Uwe Schröder;Fritz Scholz.
Electrochemistry Communications (2005)
Challenges and Constraints of Using Oxygen Cathodes in Microbial Fuel Cells
Feng Zhao;Falk Harnisch;Uwe Schröder;Fritz Scholz.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
On the use of cyclic voltammetry for the study of anodic electron transfer in microbial fuel cells
Katja Fricke;Falk Harnisch;Uwe Schröder.
Energy and Environmental Science (2008)
Microbial electrochemistry and technology: terminology and classification
Uwe Schröder;Falk Harnisch;Largus T. Angenent.
Energy and Environmental Science (2015)
From MFC to MXC: chemical and biological cathodes and their potential for microbial bioelectrochemical systems
Falk Harnisch;Uwe Schröder.
Chemical Society Reviews (2010)
Electrospun and solution blown three-dimensional carbon fiber nonwovens for application as electrodes in microbial fuel cells
Shuiliang Chen;Haoqing Hou;Falk Harnisch;Sunil A. Patil.
Energy and Environmental Science (2011)
Subcritical Water as Reaction Environment: Fundamentals of Hydrothermal Biomass Transformation
Maria Möller;Peter Nilges;Falk Harnisch;Uwe Schröder.
Is there a Specific Ecological Niche for Electroactive Microorganisms
Christin Koch;Falk Harnisch.
Improvement of the anodic bioelectrocatalytic activity of mixed culture biofilms by a simple consecutive electrochemical selection procedure
Ying Liu;Falk Harnisch;Katja Fricke;Rabea Sietmann.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2008)
The suitability of monopolar and bipolar ion exchange membranes as separators for biological fuel cells.
Falk Harnisch;Uwe Schröder;Fritz Scholz.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
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