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Friedrich Schiller University Jena

OTTO SCHOTT INSTITUT OF MATERIALS RESEARCH – LABORATORY OF GLASS SCIENCE

Prof. Lothar Wondraczek
Prof. Wondraczek’s work evolves between the development and engineering of inorganic noncrystalline materials on system-scale, and the conception of fundamental tools for designing – on a molecular scale – dedicated macroscopic optical and mechanical properties. Since 2012, he holds the Chair of Glass Chemistry at the Otto Schott Institute of Materials Research, University of Jena. From 2008-2012, he was a professor of Materials Science at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. He holds a doctorate in engineering from Clausthal University of Technology (2003), and was a Senior Research Scientist at Corning’s European Technology Center (Avon, France) from 2005-2008. L. Wondraczek is founding chair of the technical committee TC08: Relaxation Phenomena in Glasses, and now chairing TC06: Mechanical Properties of Glasses of the International Commission on Glass (ICG), and also the committee “Glasses and Optical Materials” of the German Society of Materials Research (DGM). He is member of the council of the German Society of Glass Science and Technolgy (DGG) and member of the glass and optical materials devision of the American Ceramic Society (ACerS). He has a track record of more than 160 publications in international peer-reviewed scientific journals, and a number of international patents and patent applications. Among other activities, he has been primary organizer of the international symposia series on Glass & Entropy since 2007. At present, he is coordinating the priority program SPP 1594 “Topological Engineering of Ultrastrong Glasses” of the German Science Foundation (DFG), which is bringing together scientists on national and international levels to approach the problem of glass toughness, thereby linking the areas of “classical oxide glasses” and metallic glasses. He has received an ERC consolidator grant in 2016 for research into new routes for glass deposition and chemical design. His work has further been recognized with various national and international awards, among them the Adolf-Dietzel Industrial Award (2007), the Vittorio Gottardi Prize (2013) and the Woldemar A. Weyl International Glass Science Award (2013). He has been visiting professor at University of Lyon and at South China University of Technology. Since 2008, his work has attracted funding from third party sources of about 14 Mio €. Dr. Marie-Christin Langenhorst (female) Dr. Langenhorst’s work focuses on optical properties and structure-property relations in various types of technical glasses with a focus on technology exploitation and transfer into demonstration devices. She holds a doctorate (Dr.-Ing.) from the University of Bayreuth (2013), where she studied the refractory properties and Pt dissolution reactions in glass melting facilities. Dr. Sindy Fuhrmann (female) Dr. Furhmann received her Diploma in Mineralogy from Technical University – Bergakademie Freiberg in 2009, specializing in Applied Mineralogy. Her diploma thesis was on high-pressure studies of diffusion processes in the system Si-Al-O-N. She has subsequently obtained a Ph.D from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, focusing on methods for analyzing glass structure and crystallization. She has a track record of more than 10 international peer-reviewed scientific journals, for numerous of which she is also serving as regular reviewer. She now holds the position of deputy chair and is responsible of the institute’s laboratories of solid-state

Dr. Marie-Christin Langenhorst
Dr. Langenhorst’s work focuses on optical properties and structure-property relations in various types of technical glasses with a focus on technology exploitation and transfer into demonstration devices. She holds a doctorate (Dr.-Ing.) from the University of Bayreuth (2013), where she studied the refractory properties and Pt dissolution reactions in glass melting facilities.

Dr. Sindy Fuhrmann
Dr. Furhmann received her Diploma in Mineralogy from Technical University – Bergakademie Freiberg in 2009, specializing in Applied Mineralogy. Her diploma thesis was on high-pressure studies of diffusion processes in the system Si-Al-O-N. She has subsequently obtained a Ph.D from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, focusing on methods for analyzing glass structure and crystallization. She has a track record of more than 10 international peer-reviewed scientific journals, for numerous of which she is also serving as regular reviewer. She now holds the position of deputy chair and is responsible of the institute’s laboratories of solid-state spectroscopy.

 

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