2023 - Research.com Materials Science in Germany Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Germany Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Electrolyte, Inorganic chemistry, Electrochemistry, Lithium and Analytical chemistry. His research in Electrolyte intersects with topics in Cathode, Anode and Chemical engineering. He has researched Inorganic chemistry in several fields, including Oxygen, Polysulfide, Sodium superoxide and Sodium.
His Electrochemistry research incorporates elements of Transition metal and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His Lithium study which covers Composite material that intersects with Volume and Forensic engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dielectric spectroscopy, Diffraction, Conductivity, Voltage and Ion.
Jürgen Janek mainly focuses on Chemical engineering, Electrolyte, Lithium, Electrochemistry and Analytical chemistry. His study explores the link between Chemical engineering and topics such as Cathode that cross with problems in Composite material. His studies deal with areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Ionic bonding and Anode as well as Electrolyte.
The concepts of his Lithium study are interwoven with issues in Thiophosphate, Gas evolution reaction and Silicon. His research on Electrochemistry frequently links to adjacent areas such as X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His research investigates the link between Analytical chemistry and topics such as Conductivity that cross with problems in Ionic conductivity.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Cathode, Lithium, Electrolyte and Ion. The study incorporates disciplines such as In situ, Electrochemistry, Coating and Nickel in addition to Chemical engineering. He combines subjects such as Dielectric spectroscopy, Composite material, Lithium-ion battery and All solid state with his study of Cathode.
Much of his study explores Lithium relationship to Inorganic chemistry. The various areas that Jürgen Janek examines in his Electrolyte study include Anode, Thiophosphate and Conductivity. As a part of the same scientific family, Jürgen Janek mostly works in the field of Anode, focusing on X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and, on occasion, Surface coating.
Jürgen Janek mostly deals with Electrolyte, Cathode, Chemical engineering, Fast ion conductor and Anode. His Electrolyte study combines topics in areas such as Ion, Lithium, Thiophosphate and Microstructure. He has included themes like All solid state, Specific energy, Composite material, Efficient energy use and Process engineering in his Cathode study.
His study in the fields of Hydroxide under the domain of Chemical engineering overlaps with other disciplines such as Interphase. In his research, Particle size, Analytical chemistry, Solid state ionics and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is intimately related to Conductivity, which falls under the overarching field of Fast ion conductor. His Anode research integrates issues from Membrane and Nanotechnology.
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A solid future for battery development
Jürgen Janek;Jürgen Janek;Wolfgang G. Zeier.
Nature Energy (2016)
A rechargeable room-temperature sodium superoxide (NaO2) battery.
Pascal Hartmann;Conrad L. Bender;Miloš Vračar;Miloš Vračar;Anna Katharina Dürr.
Nature Materials (2013)
Tuning Transition Metal Oxide–Sulfur Interactions for Long Life Lithium Sulfur Batteries: The “Goldilocks” Principle
Xiao Liang;Chun Yuen Kwok;Fernanda Lodi‐Marzano;Quanquan Pang.
Advanced Energy Materials (2016)
Structure and dynamics of the fast lithium ion conductor “Li7La3Zr2O12”
Henrik Buschmann;Janis Dölle;Stefan Berendts;Alexander Kuhn.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2011)
Room-temperature sodium-ion batteries: Improving the rate capability of carbon anode materials by templating strategies
Sebastian Wenzel;Takeshi Hara;Jürgen Janek;Philipp Adelhelm.
Energy and Environmental Science (2011)
Direct Observation of the Interfacial Instability of the Fast Ionic Conductor Li10GeP2S12 at the Lithium Metal Anode
Sebastian Wenzel;Simon Randau;Thomas Leichtweiß;Dominik A. Weber.
Chemistry of Materials (2016)
Capacity Fade in Solid-State Batteries: Interphase Formation and Chemomechanical Processes in Nickel-Rich Layered Oxide Cathodes and Lithium Thiophosphate Solid Electrolytes
Raimund Koerver;Isabel Aygün;Thomas Leichtweiß;Christian Dietrich.
Chemistry of Materials (2017)
TEMPO: a mobile catalyst for rechargeable Li-O₂ batteries
Benjamin J. Bergner;Adrian Schürmann;Klaus Peppler;Arnd Garsuch.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Toward a Fundamental Understanding of the Lithium Metal Anode in Solid-State Batteries-An Electrochemo-Mechanical Study on the Garnet-Type Solid Electrolyte Li6.25Al0.25La3Zr2O12.
Thorben Krauskopf;Hannah Hartmann;Wolfgang G. Zeier;Jürgen Janek.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2019)
Degradation of NASICON-Type Materials in Contact with Lithium Metal: Formation of Mixed Conducting Interphases (MCI) on Solid Electrolytes
Pascal Hartmann;Pascal Hartmann;Thomas Leichtweiss;Martin R. Busche;Meike Schneider.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2013)
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