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Current team members:

Team leader

Thomas Konegger, Dipl.Ing. Dr.techn.

 

After completing his diploma studies in Technical Chemistry at Vienna University of Technology with a focus on chemistry and technology of materials in 2007, Thomas received his PhD in 2010, with a research focus on polymer-derived ceramics. He has worked as a university assistant until 2017. Since 2018, he is Assistant Professor.

Publications and CV

PhD student

Christina Drechsel, Dipl.-Ing. BSc.

 

Christina initially joined us for her master thesis in May 2015 where she worked on multiscalar polymer-derived ceramic layer structures. After her graduation in September 2016, she has continued working in our group for her PhD project, where she investigates the generation of microporosity in polymer-derived ceramics in the framework of the MICROPORE project funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).

Master student

 

Richard Obmann, BSc.

 

In 2015, Richie had already worked in our group for a short-term individual lab on porous polymer-derived ceramic structures. Since June 2017, he has been working on his master thesis project, again dealing with pore tailoring in polymer-derived ceramics.

 

Master student

 

Johannes Rauchenecker, BSc.

 

Johannes first joined our group for his bachelor thesis in 2016, working on the control of porosity in SiCN-based ceramics. In October 2017, Johannes became part of our group again for his master thesis, which he conducts as a project assistant in the FWF-funded MICROPORE project. In his work, he explores new methodologies to create ceramic structures with asymmetric porosity.

 

 

Master student

 

Matthias Nebel, BSc.

 

In his Master thesis, Matthias explores new ways to modify the structure of preceramic polymers in order to tailor structural changes during the polymer-to-ceramic conversion process.

 

Master student

 

Gregor Mikl, BSc.

 

Gregor explores new approaches towards aligned pore structures in polymer-derived ceramics.

 

Bachelor student

 

Deniz Akgün

 

In her bachelor thesis, Deniz investigates the freeze templating technique to generate porous structural ceramics.

 

Bachelor student

 

Eva Szoldatits

 

Having started in February 2018, Eva investigates methods to control ice crystal growth in water-based ceramic suspensions in order to tailor the pore morphology in freeze-cast ceramics.

 

Bachelor student

 

Samuel Stelzl

 

Samuel joined us in April 2018 to work on his bachelor thesis project involving the preparation of nano-scaled oxide powders through a freeze-drying approach.

 


 

Former members and visitors:

Dominik Brouczek (2018, Diploma thesis: Casting of open-porous Si3N4-based structures with tubular geometry)

Yiji Lin (2018, Bachelor thesis: Mesoporous polysilazane-derived ceramics)

Georg Ebmer (2018, Bachelor thesis: Preparation and characterization of an amperometric oxygen sensor)

Thomas Prochaska (2017, Diploma thesis: Porous Si3N4-based Support Materials with tailored Gas Permeability)

Julian Leiner (2017, Bachelor thesis: Pore modification in alumina ceramics)

Toni Bakovic (2017, Bachelor thesis: Fabrication of porous ceramics by phase separation)

Lucille Bornowsky (2017, Visiting student from IUT Bordeaux 1; Deposition of polymer-derived ceramic layers on porous substrates)

Barbara Osinger (2017, Joint Bachelor thesis with Nanomaterials Group: Preparation and characterization of porous metal/ceramic composites)

Elisabeth Rauchenwald (2016, Diploma thesis: Process development in additive manufactured ceramics (collaboration with Lithoz); 2013, Bachelor thesis: Polysilazane-derived supports)

Johannes Rauchenecker (2016, Bachelor thesis: Porosity control in SiCN ceramics)

Yann Rakotomalala (2016, Visiting student from IUT Bordeaux 1; Mechanical properties of advanced ceramics)

Arne Ziebell (2012-2015, Project member in collaboration project with SKF Österreich GmbH)

Marko Schefberger (2015, Bachelor thesis: Development of open-porous PDC structures)

Solenn Oudin (2015, Visiting student from IUT Bordeaux 1; PDC processing)

Anna Winiwarter (2013, Bachelor thesis: Open-porous cellular structures based on polysilazane)

Dominik Brouczek (2013, Bachelor thesis: Influence of the reaction bonding process in mullite-based cellular structures)

Peter Schneider (2013, Diploma thesis: Surface modification of fillers in PDCs)

Clément Robillard (2013, Visiting student from IUT Bordeaux 1; Fiber-reinforced PDCs)

Birgit Achleitner (2013, Bachelor thesis: Macrocellular mullite-based ceramics from preceramic polymers)

Bernhard Kohlhauser (2013, Bachelor thesis: Investigation of filler-matrix-interactions in macrocellular polymer-derived ceramics)

Klaus Kirschbaum (2012, Diploma thesis, cooperation with Rath AG)

Viktor Bauer (2012, Bachelor thesis: Development of processing strategies for the preparation of PDC/filler composites)

Saskia Kührer (2012, Bachelor thesis: Preparation and characterization of AZS-ceramics with preceramic binders)

Lukas Veiter (2012, Bachelor thesis: Material property evaluation of ceramics using the impulse excitation technique)

Valentin Sireyx (2012, Visiting student from IUT Bordeaux 1; Macrocellular ceramics)

Ralph Ranzinger (2012, Bachelor thesis: Filler pretreatment in PDCs)

Stefan Marschnigg (2011, Bachelor thesis: Preparation and characterization of SiOC/Al2O3 and SiOC/ZrO2 ceramics)

Miriam Singer (2011, Bachelor thesis: Preparation and characterization of SiAlON-reinforced PDCs)

Aleksandr Mikhalskiy (May 2011, Visiting Scientist from OVGU Magdeburg)

Silke Kütäubel (2010, Diploma thesis: Microparts from polysilazane-derived ceramics)

Alexander Schmid (2010, Bachelor thesis: Polysiloxane-based macrocellular ceramics)

Christoph Buchegger (2009, Bachelor thesis: Processing optimization of PDCs)

Mario Lessiak (2009, Bachelor thesis: Development and optimization of a slip-casting technique for obtaining PDCs)