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Engineering and the Environment
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Dr Denis Kramer 

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Dr Denis Kramer is Lecturer within Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton.

Denis Kramer graduated with a Dipl.-Ing. (FH) from the University of Applied Sciences Zwickau (Germany) in 2002. He was awarded a PhD in mechanical engineering (summa cum laude) from the Technical University in Freiberg (Germany) in 2007 for his work on "Mass transport aspects of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells under Two-Phase Flow Conditions" carried out at the Electrochemistry Laboratory of the Paul Scherrer Institut (Switzerland). Being awarded a Fellowship of the German Academic Exchange Service, he spend two years at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) studying Li-Ion batteries based on Density-Functional-Theory. He relocated to the UK in 2009 after taking up a position as Researcher Co-Investigator at Imperial College London to study the properties of Core-Shell nano-particles as catalysts for low temperature fuel cells in an collaborative effort seeking to combine Density-Functional-Theory with advanced experimental characterisation. He joined the School of Engineering Sciences in 2010 as a lecturer and is currently on sabbatical at Imperial College London.

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His research interests focus on electrochemical energy conversion technologies such as fuel cells and batteries. He mainly works at the interface between theory and experiment, combining state-of-the-art computational materials design (based on DFT) with advanced electrochemical characterisation and synthesis techniques to discover technology-enabling materials for these devices. His current interests include the electrochemistry of oxide surfaces, the thermodynamics of binary nano-particles, and phase stability of multi-component systems in aqueous environments.

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Engineering Materials

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Silicon Doped Boron Carbide: A New Super-hard Material?

Corrosion Resistant Catalyst Supports

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Dr Denis Kramer
Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 30/1093

Telephone: (023) 8059 8410
Email: D.Kramer@soton.ac.uk

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