Markus Jäckle

Markus Jäckle
DNV Energy Systems Germany

Dr. rer. nat.

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Citations since 2016
5 Research Items
515 Citations
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Additional affiliations
December 2020 - July 2022
TransnetBW GmbH
Position
  • Engineer for Fields and Emissions
Description
  • - Clarification of science-related basic issues with respect to electrical engineering with an emphasis on emissions, immissions, inductive coupling, and earthing - Principal responsibility for ensuring EMF and EMC compliance in the whole network in the backdrop of the introduction of the overhead line temperature monitoring - Calculation of acoustic emissions and emissions caused by electrical- and/or magnetic fields and calculation of thereof caused immissions - Standardization contributions
April 2020 - November 2020
Univativ
Position
  • Project assitant
Description
  • Working in the basic issues unit of the technical department of TransnetBW GmbH: - Introductory training in the electromagnetic field theory and further education in the field of electrical engineering. - Clarification of science-related basic issues with respect to electrical engineering - Calculation of acoustic emissions and emissions caused by electrical- and/or magnetic fields and calculation of thereof caused immissions ... - Coordination of external service providers ...
May 2019 - November 2019
Ulm University
Position
  • Cand. rer. nat.

Publications

Publications (7)
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Lithium and magnesium exhibit rather different properties as battery anode materials with respect to the phenomenon of dendrite formation which can lead to short-circuits in batteries. Diffusion processes are the key to understanding structure forming processes on surfaces. Therefore, we have determined adsorption energies and barriers for the self...
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Dendrite formation is one of the most pressing issues in nowadays battery research. Lithium based batteries are prone to forming short-circuit causing dendrites, while magnesium based batteries are not. Recently it was proposed that the tendency towards dendrite growth is related to the height of the self-diffusion barrier with high barriers leadin...
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Based on the results of periodic density functional theory calculations, we have recently proposed that the height of self-diffusion barriers can serve as a descriptor for dendrite growth in batteries [M. Jäckle et al., Energy Environ. Sci. 11, 3400 (2018)]. However, in the determination of the self-diffusion barriers, the electrochemical environme...
Thesis
Changes in ecological policies in the last few months have made it obvious, that a change in energy generation, and -storage is necessary. One crucial technology facilitating this change is battery technology. Currently, Li-ion batteries are dominant, however, in the future batteries with a higher energy density are necessary. One such battery type...
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The combination of sulfur (S) as cathode with a Mg anode is a promising approach for batteries because of the high theoretical capacity (1,672 mAh g-1) as well as the abundance and relatively low cost of these elements. However, up to now Mg/S batteries face serious drawbacks like a large overpotential between charge/discharge cycles, rapid capacit...
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In spite of the strong relevance of electrochemical energy conversion and storage, the atomistic modeling of structures and processes in electrochemical systems from first principles is hampered by severe problems. Among others, these problems are associated with the theoretical description of the electrode potential, the characterization of interf...

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