Materials Science and Engineering

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering (WW) currently has eight chairs, 18 professorships  and roughly 150 research assistants, thus occupying an outstanding position when compared nationally as well as internationally. What makes the department exceptional is its complete coverage of the subject both in research and teaching.

Futher information regarding the Department WW can be found on its website.


Chairs / Institutions and Professorships:

WW 1: General Materials Properties
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Mathias Göken
WW 2: Materials Science and Engineering for Metals
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Carolin Körner
WW 3: Glass and Ceramics
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Peter Greil
WW 4: Surface Science and Corrosion
Prof. Dr. Patrik Schmuki
WW 5: Polymer Materials
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dirk W. Schubert
WW 6: Materials for Electronics and Energy Technology
Prof. Dr. Christoph J. Brabec
WW 7: Biomaterials
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Aldo R. Boccaccini
WW 8: Materials Simulation
Prof. Dr. Michael Zaiser
WW 9: Micro- and Nanostructure Research
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Erdmann Spiecker

Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Surface Science and Corrosion)
Prof. Dr. Sannakaisa Virtanen
Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Glass and Ceramics)
Prof. Dr. Dominique de Ligny
Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Glass and Ceramics)
Prof. Dr. Kyle G. Webber
Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Polymer Materials)
Prof. Dr. Marcus Halik
Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Materials Simulation)
Prof. Dr. Erik Bitzek
Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Materials for Electronics and Energy Technology)
Prof. Dr. Peter Wellmann
Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Biomimetic Materials and Processes)
Prof. Dr. Stephan Wolf
Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Materials for Electronics and Energy Technology)
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Heiss
Professorship for Materials Science and Engineering (Atom Probe Tomohraphy and 3D Nanoanalytics)
Prof. Dr. Peter Felfer