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Dr. Jochen Kammerer

Research Fellow

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Brief Curriculum Vitae
since 06/2021 Postdoctoral researcher under supervision of Prof. Christopher Barner-Kowollik, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane and Prof. Rasmus R. Schröder, Heidelberg University, Germany
since 02/2019 Member of the HEiKA Graduate School on Functional Materials of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Heidelberg University, Germany, part of the DFG excellence strategy 3DMM2O (EXC 2082/1 – 390761711)
since 05/2017 Ph.D. studies in the cryo electron microscopy group of Prof. Rasmus R. Schröder, AG Pfannmöller, Heidelberg University, Germany;

Thesis: “Electron microscopy on nanostructured energy materials”

11/2016 – 03/2017 Student Assistant at the Institute of Plastics Technology (IKT), University of Stuttgart, Germany; Computational fluid dynamics of polymer melts
11/2014 – 07/2015 Student Assistant at Robert Bosch GmbH, Feuerbach, Germany; Fatigue behaviour and influence of heat treatments of 100Cr6 camshafts
10/2014 – 03/2017 Double Masters Degree M.Sc. Materials Science and M.Sc. Materials Engineering at the University of Stuttgart, Germany and the Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden.

Thesis: “TEM characterization of carbides in white layers induced during hard turning of AISI 52100”; supervision: Prof. Uta Klement, Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Chalmers University of Technology

10/2011 – 10/2014 Bachelor Degree in Materials Science at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. Thesis: “Polymer fiber composites through novel one component systems”; supervision: Prof. M. R. Buchmeiser, Institute of Polymer Chemistry
10/2010 – 06/2011 Civil service
2001 – 2010 Secondary school (Abitur), Königin-Charlotte-Gymnasium, Stuttgart, Germany

Research Interests
  • Transmission (TEM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM): Electron spectroscopy and electron spectroscopic imaging
  • Machine learning on hyperspectral datasets and for image analysis
  • Functional nanostructures and low contrast hybrid materials

2017 Arthur-Fischer Award for outstanding academic achievement by the Faculty of Chemistry, University of Stuttgart, Germany
[01] Morphology of NFA organic photovoltaic blends by automated segmentation of spatially resolved electron spectra

J. A. Kammerer, R. R. Schröder, P. Perkhun, O. Margeat, J. Ackermann, I. Wacker, M. Pfannmöller, nanoGe Fall Meeting, November 2019, Berlin, Germany

[05] Stabilizing γ‐MgH2 at Nanotwins in Mechanically Constrained Nanoparticles

J. A. Kammerer, X. Duan, F. Neubrech, R. R. Schröder, N. Liu, M. Pfannmöller; Adv. Mater., 2021, 2008259.

[04] Molecular Donor–Acceptor Dyads for Efficient Single‐Material Organic Solar Cells

S. Lucas, J. Kammerer, T. Leydecker, Y. He, E. Mena Osteritz, M. Pfannmöller, P. Samorì, C. J. Brabec, and Peter Bäuerle; Sol. RRL 2021, 5, 1, 2000653.

[03] Visualizing Morphological Principles for Efficient Photocurrent Generation in Organic Non-Fullerene Acceptor Blends

W. Köntges, P. Perkhun, J. Kammerer, R. Alkarsifi, U. Würfel, O. Margeat, C. Videlot-Ackermann, R. R. Schröder, J. Ackermann, M. Pfannmöller; Energy Environ. Sci. 2020, 13, 1259.

[02] Statistical Analysis of Secondary Electron Spectroscopic Images Using Ultra-Low Energies Reveal Nanoscale Surface Morphology of Functional Organic Blends

J. Kammerer, R. Alkarsifi, C. Videlot-Ackermann, O. Margeat, B. Schindler, I. Wacker, J. Ackermann, R. R. Schröder, M. Pfannmöller; Microsc. Microanal., 2018, 24 (Suppl 1).

[01] Latent CO2-Protected N-Heterocyclic Carbene-Based Single-Component System-Derived Epoxy/Glass Fiber-Composites

M. R. Buchmeiser, J. A. Kammerer, S. Naumann, J. Unold, R. Ghomeshi, S. K. Selvarayan, P. Weichand, R. Gadow; Macromol. Mater. Eng., 2015, 300, 937-943.


Fantastic work by Hendrik - SCNPs meet peptide chemistry @PolymChem

Block copolymers with light responsive main chain units - hot off the press from Linh's, Thiago's and @HatisMutlu's bench in @PolymChem https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2022/py/d2py00994c Excellent work, building on our earlier studies with Jean-Marie Lehn and @GrebGroup @QUTmaterials @QUT @KITKarlsruhe

We have developed a simple sunlight driven synthetic path to polymer microspheres - just out in @NatureComms https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-32429-3 Excellent teamwork by Dr. Laura Delafresnaye, Dr. @FlorianFeist1 and Dr. Jordan Hooker. Find out more below @QUT @QUTmaterials @KITKarlsruhe