Senior Scientist


Michaela Wilhelm, Dr.rer.nat.

Am Biologischen Garten 2
IW3, Room 2210
28359 Bremen
Tel. 0421 218 64944

Orcid ID: 0000-0001-8651-1546
Scopus Author ID: 23974070200
Google Scholar

Research Interests

  • Polymer derived ceramics and functional hybrid materials
  • Hierarchically structuring of ceramics
  • Sol-gel chemistry and surface functionalisation
  • Hybrid ceramic catalysts and electrocatalysts
  • Highly porous adsorbents with adjusted surface characteristic
  • Electron or ion conducting membranes for batteries or fuel cells


09/1997 – 11/2001

PhD in Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry,

Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg (Germany)

New Organomercury complexes wit thiolate and thioether ligands – Structures, Reactivities and bioinorganic aspects.


Diploma in Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg (Germany)

Synthesis and testing of new chitosan derivatives for immobilisation and separation of Cu (II) and Sn (II).

Positions and Work Experience

since 2013

Coordinator and Scientist of the DFG research training group MIMENIMA (GRK 1860), University of Bremen (Germany)

since 2009

Senior Scientist, Faculty of Production Engineering, Advanced Ceramics (Prof. K. Rezwan), University of Bremen (Germany)


Coordinator and Scientist of the DFG research training group PoreNet (GRK 1375), Faculty of Production Engineering, University of Bremen, Germany

2002- 2009

Postdoctoral research fellow, Faculty of Production Engineering, Advanced Ceramics (Prof. G. Grathwohl), University of Bremen (Germany)


PhD student (Chemistry), Bioinorganic Chemistry (Prof. H. Strasdeit), Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany


Diploma student (Chemistry), Inorganic Chemistry (Prof. Pohl), Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany

Awards and Fellowships

2003-2006 Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, University of Bremen, Germany


  1. Infuence of the 3D architecture and surface roughness of SiOC anodes on bioelectrochemical system performance: a comparative study of freeze-cast, 3D-printed, and tape-cast materials with uniform composition.
    Braun, P.H.dR., Kuchenbuch, A., Toselli, B., Rezwan, K., Harnisch, F., Wilhelm, M.,
    Materials for Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 2024
    Volume: n/a, Nr. (n/a), p. n/a

  2. Photocatalytic and antifouling performance of titania-coated alumina membranes produced using a facile sol-gel dip-coating approach.
    Coelho, L.L., Vieira, J.S., Hissanaga, A.M., Rosseti, M., Wilhelm, M., Hotza, D., Moreira, F.P.M.R.,
    Environmental Technology, 2023
    Volume: n/a, Nr. (n/a), p. 1-16

  3. Quantitative analysis of colloid retention and pore fluid flow in monolithic, open-porous media by X-ray computed microtomography and magnetic resonance velocimetry.
    Ilzig, T., Ricke, A., Siebert, J.M.U., Wilhelm, M., Dreher, W. Odenbach, S.
    Chemical Engineering Science, 2024
    Volume: 283, Nr. (n/a), p. 119299

  4. Iron, Cobalt, and Nickel Phthalocyanine Tri-Doped Electrospun Carbon Nanofibre-Based Catalyst for Rechargeable Zinc–Air Battery Air Electrode.
    Muuli, K., Kumar, R., Mooste, M., Gudkova, V., Treshchalov, A., Piirsoo, H.-M., Kikas, A., Aruväli, J., Kisand, V., Tamm. A., Krumme, A., Moni, P., Wilhelm, M., Tammeveski, K.
    Materials, 2023
    Volume: 16, Nr. (13), p. 4626

  5. SiOC Screens with Aligned and Adjustable Pore Structure for Screen Channel Liquid Acquisition Device
    da Rosa Braun, P. H., Shukla, P., Rezwan, K., Dreyer, M., Wilhelm, M.,
    Materials, 2023
    Volume:  16 , Nr. ( 3), p. 1063

  6. Monometallic and bimetallic SiC (O) ceramic with Ni, Co and/or Fe nanoparticles for catalytic applications
    Kaur, S., Silveira Fiates, A., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Nanocomposites, 2022
    Volume:  8 , Nr. ( 1 ), p. 1-10

  7. Ultrafiltration membrane bio‐fuel cell as an energy‐efficient advanced wastewater treatment system
    Bhowmick, G. D., Ghangrekar, M. M., Zekker, I., Kibena Põldsepp, E., Tammeveski, K., Wilhelm, M., Banerjee, R.,
    International Journal of Energy Research, 2022
    Volume:  46 , Nr. ( 9 ), p. 12

  8. Photocatalytic microfiltration membranes produced by magnetron sputtering with self-cleaning capabilities
    Coelho, L., Grao, M., Pomone, T., Ratova, M., Kelly, P., Wilhelm, M., Moreira, R,
    Thin Solid Films , 2022
    Volume:  747 , Nr. ( . ), p.

  9. Influence of the Pyrolysis Temperature and TiO2-Incorporation on the Properties of SiOC/SiC Composites for Efficient Wastewater Treatment Applications
    Fontão, N. C., Ferrari, L. N., Sapatieri, J. C., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Membranes, 2022
    Volume:  12 , Nr. ( 2 ), p. 175

  10. One-dimensional polymer-derived ceramic nanowires with electrocatalytically active metallic silicide tips as cathode catalysts for Zn–air batteries
    Moni, P., Mooste, M., Tammeveski, K., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    RSC Advances , 2021
    Volume:  11 , Nr. ( 63 ), p. 39707-39717

  11. Impact of a tert-butyl alcohol-cyclohexane system used in unidirectional freeze-casting of SiOC on compressive strength and mass transport
    da Rosa Braun, P. H., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Materials and Design , 2021
    Volume:  212, Nr. ( 2 ), p. 110186

  12. Effect of MgO on the microstructure and properties of mullite membranes made by phase-inversion tape casting
    Nishihora, R. K., Rudolph, E., Quadri, M. G. N., Hotza, D., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Journal of Asian Ceramic Societies , 2021
    Volume:  9, Nr. ( 2 ), p. 1-11

  13. Image data analysis of high resolution uCT data for the characterization of pore orientation and pore space interconnectivity in freeze cast ceramics
    Ilzig, T., Schumacher, D., Wilhelm, M., Günther, S., Odenbach, S.,
    Materials Characterization , 2021
    Volume: 174, Nr. (), p.110966

  14. Impact of surface properties of porous SiOC-based materials on the performance of Geobacter biofilm anodes
    da Rosa Braun, P. H., Canuto de Almeida e Silva, T., Rodrigo Quejigo, J., Kuchenbuch, A., Rezwan, K., Harnisch, F., Wilhelm, M.,
    ChemElectroChem , 2021
    Volume: 8, Nr. ( 5 ), p.850-857

  15. Tailoring asymmetric Al2O3 membranes by combining tape casting and phase inversion
    Coelho, L. L., Di Luccio, M., Hotza, D., Moreira, R. de F. P. M., Moreira, A. C., Fernandes, C. P., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Journal of Membrane Science , 2021
    Volume: 623, Nr. (), p.119056

  16. Porous asymmetric microfiltration membranes shaped by combined alumina freeze and tape casting
    Silva, A. O., Hotza, D., Machado, R., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Journal of the European Ceramic Society , 2020
    Volume: 41, Nr. (1), p. 871-879

  17. Asymmetric polysiloxane-based SiOC membranes produced via phase inversion tape casting process
    Fontão, N.C., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Materials and Design , 2021
    Volume: 198, Nr. (), p.109328

  18. Premix membrane emulsification using flat microfiltration inorganic membranes with tailored structure and composition
    Nishihora, R. K., Luhede, L., Fritsching, U., Quadri, M. G. N., Hotza, D., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Journal of Membrane Science, 2020
    Volume: 608, Nr. (1), p.118124

  19. Silicon carbide filters and porous membranes: A review of processing, properties, performance and application
    Hotza, D., Di Luccio, M., Wilhelm, M., Iwamoto, Y., Bernard, S., Diniz da Costa, J. C.,
    Journal of Membrane Science, 2020
    Volume: 610, Nr. (1), p.118193

  20. A New Silicon Oxycarbide Based Gas Diffusion Layer for Zinc-Air Batteries
    Moni, P., Deschamps, A., Schumacher, D., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2020
    Volume: 577, Nr. (1), p.494-502

  21. Tape casting of polysiloxane-derived ceramic with controlled porosity and surface properties
    Nishihora, R., Quadri, M., Hotza, D., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 2018
    Volume: 38, Nr. (15), p.4899-4905

  22. Characterization of functionalized zirconia membranes manufactured by aqueous tape casting
    da Silva, B. A., de Souza Godim de Oliveira, V., Di Luccio, M., Hotza, D., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Ceramics International, 2020
    Volume: 46, Nr. (10, Part B), p.16096-16103

  23. Porous SiOC monoliths with catalytic activity by in situ formation of Ni nanoparticles in solution-based freeze casting
    Schumacher, D., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 2020
    Volume: 103, Nr. (5), p.2991-3001

  24. Solution based freeze cast polymer derived ceramics for isothermal wicking - relationship between pore structure and imbibition
    Schumacher, D., Zimnik, D., Wilhelm, M., Dreyer, M. E., Rezwan, K.,
    Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, 2019
    Volume: 20, Nr. (1), p.1207-1221

  25. Unidirectional solution-based freeze cast polymer-derived ceramics: influence of freezing conditions and templating solvent on capillary transport in isothermal wicking
    Schumacher, D., Braun, P., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Journal of Materials Science, 2020
    Volume: 55, Nr. (10), p.4157-4169

  26. Porous polymer derived ceramic (PDC)-montmorillonite-H3PMo12O40/SiO2 composite membranes for microbial fuel cell (MFC) application
    Ahilan, V., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Ceramics International, 2018
    Volume: 44, Nr. (16), p.19191-19199

  27. Metal-Containing Ceramic Composite with In-Situ Grown Carbon Nanotube as a Cathode Catalyst for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell and Rechargeable Zinc-Air Battery
    Moni, P., Pollachini, M., Wilhelm, M., Lorenz, J., Harms, C., Murshed, M., Rezwan, K.,
    ACS Applied Energy Materials, 2019
    Volume: 34, Nr. (34), p.6078-6086

  28. Tailoring hydrophilic and porous nature of polysiloxane derived ceramer and ceramic membranes for enhanced bioelectricity generation in microbial fuel cell
    Ahilan, V., Bhowmick, G., Ghangrekar, M., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Ionics, 2019
    Volume: 25, Nr. (12), p.5907–5918

  29. Microbial fuel cell performance of graphitic carbon functionalized porous polysiloxane based ceramic membranes
    Ahilan, V., de Barros, C., Bhowmick, G., Ghangrekar, M., Murshed, M., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Bioelectrochemistry, 2019
    Volume: 129, Nr. (1), p.259-269

  30. SiOC-based polymer derived-ceramic porous anodes for microbial fuel cells
    Canuto de Almeida e Silva, T., Bhowmick, G., Ghangrekar, M., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Biochemical Engineering Journal, 2019
    Volume: 148, Nr. (1), p.29-36

  31. Asymmetric mullite membranes manufactured by phase-inversion tape casting from polymethylsiloxane and aluminum diacetate
    Nishihora, R., Rudolph, E., Quadri, M., Hotza, ., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Journal of Membrane Science, 2019
    Volume: 581, Nr. (1), p.

  32. Polymer-derived Co/Ni–SiOC(N) ceramic electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reaction in fuel cells
    Canuto, T., Mooste, M., Kibena-Põldsepp, E., Matisen, L., Merisalu, M., Kook, M., Sammelselg, V., Tammeveski, K., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Catalysis Science & Technology, 2019
    Volume: 9, Nr. (3), p.854-866

  33. Polysiloxane microspheres encapsulated in carbon allotropes: A promising material for supercapacitor and carbon dioxide capture
    Moni, P., Chaves, W. F., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2019
    Volume: 542, Nr. (), p.91-101

  34. Novel tape-cast SiOC-based porous ceramic electrode materials for potential application in bioelectrochemical systems
    Canuto de Almeida e Silva, T., Fernandes Kettermann, V., Pereira, C., Simões, M., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Journal of Materials Science, 2019
    Volume: 54, Nr. (8), p.6471-6487

  35. Nickel-containing hybrid ceramics derived from polysiloxanes with hierarchical porosity for CO2 methanation
    Macedo, H., Medeiros, R., Ilsemann, J., Melo, D., Rezwan, K., Wilhelm, M.,
    Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2019
    Volume: 278, Nr. (), p.156-166

  36. Modified solution based freeze casting process of polysiloxanes to adjust pore morphology and surface functions of SiOC monoliths
    Schumacher, D., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Materials & Design, 2018
    Volume: 160, Nr. (), p.1295-1304

  37. The influence of carbon nanotubes and graphene oxide sheets on the morphology, porosity, surface characteristics and thermal and electrical properties of polysiloxane derived ceramics
    Moni, P., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    RSC Advances, 2017
    Volume: 7, Nr. (60), p.37559-37567

  38. Wicking into porous polymer-derived ceramic monoliths fabricated by freeze-casting
    Grebenyuk, Y., Zhang, H., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K., Dreyer, M. E.,
    Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 2017
    Volume: 37, Nr. (5), p.1993-2000

  39. Surfactant assisted syntheses of monolithic hybrid ceramics with hierarchical porosity
    Schlüter, F., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 2015
    Volume: 35, Nr. (11), p.2963-2972

  40. Adapted MR velocimetry of slow liquid flow in porous media
    Huang, L., Mikolajczyk, G., Küstermann, E., Wilhelm, M., Odenbach, S., Dreher, W.,
    Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 2017
    Volume: 276, Nr. (), p.103-112

  41. Preparation of novel adsorbents based on combinations of polysiloxanes and sewage sludge to remove pharmaceuticals from aqueous solutions
    Simões dos Reis, G., Sampaio, C. H., Lima, E. C., Wilhelm, M.,
    Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2016
    Volume: 497, Nr. (), p.304-315

  42. The influence of the pyrolysis temperature on the material properties of Cobalt and Nickel containing precursor derived ceramics and their catalytic use for CO2 methanation and Fischer-tropsch synthesis
    Schubert, M., Wilhelm, M., Bragulla, S., Sun, C., Neumann, T., Gesing, T., Pfeifer, P., Rezwan, K., Bäumer, M.,
    Catalysis Letters, 2016
    Volume: , Nr. (), p.1-11

  43. The use of design of experiments for the evaluation of the production of surface rich activated carbon from sewage sludge via microwave and conventional pyrolysis
    dos Reis, G. S., Wilhelm, M., Silva, T. C., Rezwan, K., Sampaio, C. H., Lima, E. C., de Souza, S. M. A. G. U.,
    Applied Thermal Engineering, 2016
    Volume: 93, Nr. (), p.590-597

  44. Hierarchical emulsion based hybrid ceramics synthesized with different siloxane precursor and with embedded nickel nanoparticles
    Schlüter, F., Wilhelm, M., Meyer, J., Rezwan, K.,
    Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2016
    Volume: 492, Nr. (), p.190-196

  45. Hierarchically ordered micro/meso/macroporous polymer-derived ceramic monoliths fabricated by freeze-casting
    Zhang, H., D’Angelo Nunes, P., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 2016
    Volume: 36, Nr. (1), p.51-58

  46. Tailoring surfaces of hybrid ceramics for gas adsorption – From alkanes to CO2
    Prenzel, T., de Macedo Guedes, T. L., Schlüter, F., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Separation and Purification Technology, 2014
    Volume: 129, Nr. (), p.80-89

  47. Generation of Pt- and Pt/Zn-containing ceramers and their structuring as macro/microporous foams
    Adam, M., Bäumer, M., Schowalter, M., Birkenstock, J., Wilhelm, M., Grathwohl, G.,
    Chemical Engineering Journal, 2014
    Volume: 247, Nr. (0), p.205-215

  48. Assessment of three oxide/oxide ceramic matrix composites: Mechanical performance and effects of heat treatments
    Volkmann, E., Tushtev, K., Koch, D., Wilhelmi, C., Göring, J., Rezwan, K.,
    Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 2015
    Volume: 68, Nr. (0), p.19-28

  49. Influence of fiber orientation and matrix processing on the tensile and creep performance of Nextel 610 reinforced polymer derived ceramic matrix composites
    Volkmann, E., Tushtev, K., Koch, D., Wilhelmi, C., Grathwohl, G., Rezwan, K.,
    Materials Science and Engineering: A, 2014
    Volume: 614, Nr. (0), p.171-179

  50. Controlled hierarchical porosity of hybrid ceramics by leaching water soluble templates and pyrolysis
    Prenzel, T., Döge, K., Motta, R. P. O., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 2014
    Volume: 34, Nr. (6), p.1501-1509

  51. New Electrocatalysts with Pyrolyzed Siloxane Matrix
    Harms, C., Adam, M., Soliman, K.A., Wilhelm, M., Kibler, L.A., Jacob, T., Grathwohl, G.,
    Electrocatalysis, 2014
    Volume: 5, Nr. (3), p.301-309

  52. Influence of the Matrix Composition and the Processing Conditions on the Grain Size Evolution of Nextel 610 Fibers in Ceramic Matrix Composites after Heat Treatment
    Volkmann, E., Barros, M. D., Tushtev, K., Pritzkow, W., Koch, D., Göring, J., Wilhelmi, C., Grathwohl, G., Rezwan, K.,
    Advanced Engineering Materials, 2014
    Volume: , Nr. (), p.

  53. Intracellular Degradation of Diorganomercury Compounds by Biological Thiols—Insights from Model Reactions
    Strasdeit, H., von Döllen, A., Saak, W., Wilhelm, M.,
    Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2000
    Volume: 39, Nr. (4), p.784-786<784::AID-ANIE784>3.0.CO;2-Z

  54. Coordination chemistry of lipoic acid and related compounds. Part 4. Experimental and theoretical studies on the 1:2 proton complex of N-(1-adamantyl)lipoamide
    Wilhelm, M., Koch, R., Strasdeit, H.,
    New Journal of Chemistry, 2002
    Volume: 26, Nr. (5), p.560-566

  55. Crystal structure of 7-(p-toluenesulfonyl)-7-aza-1,4-dithiacyclononane, (Ts[9]aneNS2), C13H19NO2S3
    Wilhelm, M., Strasdeit, H.,
    Kristallographie - New Crystal Structures, 2003
    Volume: 218, Nr. (), p.

  56. Phenylmercury Chloride: Its Single-Crystal X-Ray Structure and Some Aspects of its Biological Chemistry
    Wilhelm, M., Saak, W., Strasdeit, H.,
    Naturforsch., 2000
    Volume: 55b, Nr. (), p.

  57. Coordination Chemistry of Lipoic Acid and Related Compounds V [1]. New Heteroditopic Ligands Derived from Monoazacrown Ethers and Lipoic Acid
    Wilhelm, M., Berssen, E., Koch, R., Strasdeit, H.,
    Monatshefte für Chemie / Chemical Monthly, 2002
    Volume: 133, Nr. (8), p.1097-1108

  58. Development of a novel zinc/air fuel cell with a Zn foam anode, a PVA/KOH membrane and a MnO2/SiOC-based air cathode
    Drillet, J.-F., Adam, M., Barg, S., Herter, A., Koch, D., Schmidt, V. M., Wilhelm, M.,
    ECS Transactions, 2010
    Volume: 28, Nr. (32), p.

  59. Hierarchically ordered foams derived from polysiloxanes with catalytically active coatings
    Adam, M., Kocanis, S., Fey, T., Wilhelm, M., Grathwohl, G.,
    Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 2014
    Volume: 34, Nr. (7), p.1715-1725

  60. Polysiloxane-Derived Ceramics Containing Nanowires with Catalytically Active Tips
    Adam, M., Vakifahmetoglu, C., Colombo, P., Wilhelm, M., Grathwohl, G.,
    Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 2014
    Volume: 97, Nr. (3), p.959-966

  61. Oxidation-induced microstructural changes of a polymer-derived Nextel™ 610 ceramic composite and impact on the mechanical performance
    Volkmann, E., Evangelista Lima, L., Tushtev, K., Koch, D., Wilhelmi, C., and Rezwan, K.,
    Journal of Materials Science, 2014
    Volume: 49, Nr. (2), p.710-719

  62. Tailoring amine functionalized hybrid ceramics to control CO2 adsorption
    Prenzel, T., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Chemical Engineering Journal, 2013
    Volume: 235, Nr. (), p.198-206

  63. Polysiloxane derived hybrid ceramics with nanodispersed Pt
    Adam, M., Wilhelm, M., Grathwohl, G.,
    Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2012
    Volume: 151, Nr. (), p.195-200

  64. Pyrolyzed polysiloxane membranes with tailorable hydrophobicity, porosity and high specific surface area
    Prenzel, T., Wilhelm, M., Rezwan, K.,
    Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2013
    Volume: 169, Nr. (), p.160-167

  65. Protein adsorption on colloidal alumina particles functionalised with amino-, carboxyl-, sulfonate- and phosphate-groups
    Meder, F., Daberkow, T., Treccani, L., Wilhelm, M., Schowalter, M., Rosenauer, A., Mädler, L., Rezwan, K.,
    Acta Biomaterialia , 2012
    Volume: 8, Nr. (), p.1221-1229

  66. Functionalized mesoporous materials used as proton conductive additives for high temperature PEM fuel cell membranes
    Marschall, R., Wark, M., Jeske, M., Wilhelm, M., Grathwohl, G., Caro, J.,
    Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 2007
    Volume: 170, Nr. (), p.1540-1545

  67. Influence of PDMS chain length on proton conductivity in polysiloxane based membranes for HT-PEMFC application
    Harms, C., Wilhelm, M., Grathwohl, G.,
    Journal of Membrane Science, 2011
    Volume: 383, Nr. (1-2), p.135-143

  68. Detection of Homogeneous Distribution of Functional Groups in Mesoporous Silica by Small Angle Neutron Scattering and in Situ Adsorption of Nitrogen or Water
    Sharifi, M., Marschall, R., Wilhelm, M., Wallacher, D., Wark, M.,
    Langmuir, 2011
    Volume: 27, Nr. (9), p.5516-5522

  69. Polysiloxane Based Membranes for High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells (HT-PEMFC)
    Harms, C., Wilhelm, M., Grathwohl, G.,
    ECS Transactions , 2009
    Volume: 25, Nr. (1), p.1669-1675

  70. Colloidal Nanoparticles Embedded in Ceramers: Toward Structurally Designed Catalysts
    Sonström, P., Adam, M., Wang, X., Wilhelm, M., Grathwohl, G., Bäumer, M.,
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2010
    Volume: 114, Nr. (33), p.14224-14232

  71. Detailed Simulation and Characterization of Highly Proton Conducting Sulfonic Acid Functionalized Mesoporous Materials under Dry and Humidified Conditions
    Marshall, R., Cavalcanti, W.L., Tölle, P., Wilhelm, M., Köhler, C., Fraunheim, T., Wark, M.,
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2009
    Volume: 113, Nr. (44), p.19218–19227

  72. New proton conducting hybrid membranes for HT-PEMFC systems based on polysiloxanes and SO3H-functionalized mesoporous Si-MCM-41 particles
    Wilhelm, M., Jeske, M., Marschall, R., Cavalcanti, W., Tölle, P., Köhler, C., Koch, D., Frauenheim, T., Grathwohl, G., Caro, J., Wark, M.,
    J. Membrane Science , 2008
    Volume: 316 , Nr. (1-2), p. 164-175

  73. Synthesis and properties of porous hybrid materials containing metallic nanoparticles
    Wilhelm, M., Adam, M., Baumer, M., Grathwohl, G.,
    Advanced Engineering Materials, 2008
    Volume: 10, Nr. (3), p.241-245

  74. Textural investigations on highly proton conductive functionalized mesoporous SiO2 nanoporous materials
    Marschall, R., Rathousky, J., Wilhelm, M., Wark, M.,
    Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium - Singapore, 2008
    Volume: , Nr. (), p.159-168

  75. Synthesis of poysiloxane based proton conducting membranes for the HT-PEMFC and their use in Membrane-Electrode-Assemblies
    Jeske, M., Ellenberg, Ch., Soltmann, Ch., Wilhelm, M., Koch, D., Grathwohl, G.,
    J. New Mat. Electrochem Systems , 2008
    Volume: 11, Nr. (1), p.31-36

  76. Nanostructured praseodymium oxide: Preparation, structure, and catalytic properties
    Borchert, Y., Sonstrom, P., Wilhelm, M., Borchert, H., Bäumer, M.,
    Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2008
    Volume: 112, Nr. (8), p.3054-3063

  77. The first structurally authenticated organomercury(1+) thioether complexes - Mercury-carbon bond activation related to the mechanism of the bacterial enzyme organomercurial lyase
    Wilhelm, M., Deeken, S., Berssen, E., Saak, W., Lutzen, A., Koch, R., Strasdeit, H.,
    European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2004
    Volume: , Nr. (11), p.2301-2312

  78. Ceramers - Functional Materials for Adsorption Techniques
    Wilhelm, M., Soltmann, Ch., Koch, D., Grathwohl, G.,
    J. Europ. Ceram. Soc. , 2005
    Volume: 25, Nr. (2-3), p.271-276

  79. Poröse Hybridkeramiken für die Adsorption von Kohlenwasserstoffen
    Wilhelm, M., Soltmann, Ch., Koch, D., Grathwohl, G.,
    Chemie Ingenieur Technik , 2006
    Volume: 78, Nr. (9), p.1329

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