2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
Martin Oschatz spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Porosity, Carbon, Carbide-derived carbon and Electrolyte. In general Nanotechnology study, his work on Carbon nanotube and Aerogel often relates to the realm of Cathode and Biochemical engineering, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Martin Oschatz has included themes like Nitrogen, Nanostructure, Adsorption and Specific surface area, Catalysis in his Porosity study.
Martin Oschatz regularly links together related areas like Supercapacitor in his Carbon studies. His research in Carbide-derived carbon focuses on subjects like Mesoporous material, which are connected to Inorganic chemistry, Carbide, Ceramic and Microporous material. His Electrolyte research incorporates elements of Ionic liquid, Electrochemistry and Lithium.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Carbon, Nanotechnology, Porosity, Mesoporous material and Catalysis. His Carbon research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electrolyte, Microporous material, Adsorption and Lithium. The study incorporates disciplines such as Electrochemistry and Anode in addition to Electrolyte.
His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electrocatalyst, Polymer and Electrical conductor. His Porosity research incorporates themes from Nanostructure, Nanomaterials, Nanoporous carbon and Nitrogen. His Mesoporous material research integrates issues from Inorganic chemistry and Carbide.
His main research concerns Carbon, Porosity, Lithium, Adsorption and Anode. The Carbon study combines topics in areas such as Hybrid material, Microporous material, Porous medium and Solubility. He has included themes like Nanocomposite, Nanotechnology and Catalysis in his Porosity study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electrical conductor, Reinforced carbon–carbon and Solid-state chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Graphite and Sodium as well as Lithium. The Adsorption study which covers Surface modification that intersects with Heteroatom, Selective adsorption, Enantioselective synthesis, Ionic liquid and Enantiomer.
His primary scientific interests are in Adsorption, Surface modification, Heteroatom, Carbon and Microporous material. His Adsorption study incorporates themes from Citrazinic acid, Nanoparticle, Chemical functionalization, Porous carbon and Specific surface area. Specific surface area and Porosity are commonly linked in his work.
His Carbon research includes elements of Lithium–sulfur battery, Lithium, Polysulfide and Sulfur.
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Direct prediction of the desalination performance of porous carbon electrodes for capacitive deionization
S. Porada;Lars Borchardt;Martin Oschatz;Marek Bryjak.
Energy and Environmental Science (2013)
Sulfur‐Infiltrated Micro‐ and Mesoporous Silicon Carbide‐Derived Carbon Cathode for High‐Performance Lithium Sulfur Batteries
Jung Tae Lee;Youyang Zhao;Soeren Thieme;Hyea Kim.
Advanced Materials (2013)
Hierarchical micro- and mesoporous carbide-derived carbon as a high-performance electrode material in supercapacitors.
Marcus Rose;Marcus Rose;Yair Korenblit;Emanuel Kockrick;Lars Borchardt.
ZnO Hard Templating for Synthesis of Hierarchical Porous Carbons with Tailored Porosity and High Performance in Lithium-Sulfur Battery
Patrick Strubel;Sören Thieme;Tim Biemelt;Alexandra Helmer.
Advanced Functional Materials (2015)
Carbon Materials for Lithium Sulfur Batteries-Ten Critical Questions.
Lars Borchardt;Martin Oschatz;Stefan Kaskel.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2016)
A search for selectivity to enable CO2 capture with porous adsorbents
Martin Oschatz;Markus Antonietti.
Energy and Environmental Science (2018)
Fungi-based porous carbons for CO2 adsorption and separation
Jiacheng Wang;Andreas Heerwig;Martin R. Lohe;Martin Oschatz.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2012)
Highly porous nitrogen-doped polyimine-based carbons with adjustable microstructures for CO2 capture
Jiacheng Wang;Irena Senkovska;Martin Oschatz;Martin R. Lohe.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2013)
Tailoring porosity in carbon materials for supercapacitor applications
L. Borchardt;L. Borchardt;M. Oschatz;S. Kaskel.
Materials horizons (2014)
Nickel cobalt oxide hollow nanosponges as advanced electrocatalysts for the oxygen evolution reaction
Chengzhou Zhu;Dan Wen;Susanne Leubner;Martin Oschatz.
Chemical Communications (2015)
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