Catalytic Processes and Materials (CPM)
CPM’s work aims to bridge the gap between new discoveries in heterogeneous catalytic reactions and materials on the one hand and their application in practical processes on the other hand.
Computational Chemical Physics Group (CCP)
CCP is a computational research group in the field of electronic structure theory that focuses on the methodological development of accurate approaches for investigating the electronic properties of materials.
Complex Photonic Systems (COPS)
COPS performs advanced research on the propagation and emission of light in complex nanophotonic metamaterials.
Computational Materials Science (CMS)
The CMS group focuses on understanding the relationship between the magnetic, optical, electrical and mechanical properties of condensed matter and its chemical composition and atomic structure.
IM research encompasses both macroscale and microscale phenomena in the development of new membrane materials, a better fundamental understanding of transport mechanisms and the design of membrane processes and membrane reactors.
Laser Physics and Nonlinear Optics (LPNO)
LPNO explores the physics and technology of nonlinear optical processes with an emphasis on nanophotonics. The research currently covers three main themes: nano-structured photonics, linear and nonlinear optics, and extreme nonlinear optics.
Mathematics of Computational Science
The chair of Mathematics of Computational Science is part of the Applied Analysis and Computational Science (AACS) research programme, which is concerned with the thorough integration of mathematical modelling, applied analysis and numerical methods.
Membrane Science & Technology (MST)
MST focuses on the separation of molecular mixtures and selective mass transport.
Multi Scale Mechanics (MSM)
MSM deals with fluids and solids, particles and their contacts, granular materials and powders, micro-fluid systems, self-healing materials and a variety of multi-scale theory and modelling approaches.
PhotoCatalytic Synthesis (PCS)
The research activities of PCS target the development of innovative materials and concepts to produce high-efficiency photocatalytic reactions.
Physics of Fluids (POF)
POF is studying various flow phenomena, in particular those related to bubbles. Their main research areas are Turbulence and Two-Phase Flow, Granular Flow, Micro and Nanofluidics and Biomedical Application of Bubbles.
Quantum Transport in Matter (QTM)
QTM’s research addresses quantum aspects of electronic transport in novel materials and devices.
Science, Technology and Policy Studies (STəPS)
STəPS takes the assessment and governance of innovations and emerging technologies as the central theme of its teaching and research.