List is filtered with:

reset filter

On the way to Green Ammonia

September 19, 2022

Researchers of the Kohlenforschung participate in an international project. They are funded by the European Union with 300,000 euros.  more

Andre Pommerin, Ferdi Schüth and Wolfgang Schmidt perform the Experimental Lecture.

The audience is enthralled by Prof. Schüth’s spectacular Experimental Lecture.  more

Experimental Lecture at the Freilichtbühne

Ferdi Schüth and his team perform an entertaining science lesson for the general public more

Ben List receives the Grand Federal Cross of Merit in Berlin from German Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

Benjamin List is awarded the Federal Cross of Merit at Bellevue Palace more

Laila Sahraoui and the new apprentices.

Seven young men and women start their career at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung more

Technicians of the Ritter group are supervising a number of pupils from a local school in the labs of the institute. 

Ritter group participates in a special project with a local school. more

New podcast of the Max Planck PhD Network with Ferdi Schüth takes a look at the “Energy System in the Near Future”

The topic is more complex than ever: How do we succeed in moving away from fossil fuels and to renewable energies and, what role will hydrogen play in a future infrastructure. more

Ben List being interviewed by Mai-Thi Nguyen-Kim

Fascinating talk at the annual meeting of the Max Planck Society.  more

Julius Hillenbrand

Max Planck Society honours Dr. Julius Hillenbrand more

“All-rounder hydrogen" - Heat storage unit starts demonstration operation

Hydrogen plays a key role in our future energy supply, which is to be based on renewable energies. Everyone is talking about hydrogen - but there are also challenges yet to be solved on the way to a hydrogen infrastructure. For example, heat storage is a key issue that needs to be addressed. A team from the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung (MPI), together with other partners, has developed a promising approach here, which is now entering demonstration operation.

Show more
Go to Editor View