University of Oldenburg research magazine Einblicke (German for „Insights”) published an article about the work of our group. See details on page 18 here.
Dmitry Momotenko and Julian Hengsteler published a new article about 3D printing at the nanoscale!
The text is available from Swiss journal Chemie Pharma Innovation (in German only): www.chemiepharma-innovation.ch/chemieindustrie/metall-3d-druck-im-nanobereich
Popular designer and youtuber Artemii Lebedev is mentioning our work in high resolution 3D printing on his Youtube channel: youtu.be/C-eeqSCJX7k?t=1262
A new article in Nordwest Zeitung describes our recent contribution in bringing electrochemical 3D printing to nanoscale dimensions.
Our paper "Bringing Electrochemical Three-Dimensional Printing to Nanoscale" (freely available here) is attracting enormous attention across internet in blogs, news and now - even on a radio! You can listen to the episode in German language on the program webpage (see Thema 3: „Nano 3d Drucker“ or scroll to 2 h:17 min of the recording).
Thanks to the UOL Press-center an article about our recent work on 3D printing of metal with nanoscale resolution is now available across internet!
An interview with Dmitry Momotenko about our research focus on nanoscale additive manufacturing and 3D batteries is published in Uni-INFO! (see page 5 here).
TV "Vektor" located in Gubkinsky, Russia, has put together a series of interviews "Our people" with famous residents of the town, especially those who made contributions to arts&sciences. The show is made for the 35th anniversary of the town's history.
Dmitry Momotenko, who grew up in Gubkinsky, is taking part in the show and talks about how he grew up in the town, got interested in chemistry and how his life brought him into science.
[currently available only in Russian]
The journal CHEmanager mentions us in the context of future batteries
Article "The Batteries of the Future” published on the University of Oldenburg website:
This article was also published in the Nordwest Zeitung on 26.03.2021
"Listening to the whispers of individual cells”
"Honey, I shrunk Michelangelo’s David”
"Nobel Laureates Mentor the Next Generation of Young Scientists"