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Professorship for Experimental Solid State Physics - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Molecular Spectroscopy

Prof. Dr. Roland Böhmer

Department of Physics
Otto-Hahn-Str. 4a
44227 Dortmund

Room: CP-03-175
E-Mail: roland.bohmertu-dortmundde
Tel.: +49 (0)231 755-3514

Portrait of Roland Böhmer © Roland Böhmer​/​TU Dortmund


"The research work of our group pursues the goal of characterizing and elucidating the properties of technologically relevant solids and soft-matter systems by studying atomic motion processes. The materials we study usually do not have an ordered, crystalline structure. However, structural and dynamical disorder is crucial to the function of these materials, which we explore simultaneously using nuclear magnetic resonance, linear and nonlinear shear rheology, and electrical impedance spectroscopy, as well as complementary computer simulations. Our current research projects focus on charge transport, mechanical stability, and atomic hopping processes in lithium-containing solid-state electrolytes, in ionic and molecular liquids, in polymer melts and glass-forming pharmaceuticals, and in exotic ice phases."

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