Following the completion of his PhD at London Metropolitan University,Professor Mark H Rümmeli spent several years working in the United States and the West Indies developing e-learning platforms for HealthCare education.Subsequent to this he joined the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) a joint research collaboration between the German SpaceAgency (DLR) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration(NASA). He then joined the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Science, in Germany, where he was responsible for founding the Molecular Nanostructures Group which he still oversees at present. He then worked in the Republic of South Korea as a professor in the Department of Energy Science at Sungkyunkwan University. While in the aforementioned role, he was concurrently appointed as the founder of the Structural Analysis Group within the Korean Institute of Basic Science. He currently works as a professor at the College of Physics, Optoelectronics and Energy, at Soochow University, in China where he is in the process of establishing a research group which will utilize state of the art transmission electron microscopy for the investigation of novel nano-materials and their structures. He is appointed as a guest-professor at Wuhan University. Professor Mark H Rümmeli as well heads a nano-sensorlaboratory at the Polish Academy of Sciences. He collaborates globally with many outstanding research universities and institutes such as: Peking University, the University of Oxford, NASA Ames Research Laboratories, Wuhan University, Cornell University, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) among others.To date, Professor Mark H. Rümmeli has published over 250 scientific papers with many appearing in leading journals such as Science and Nature Nanotechnology.
Main Research Areas
1. In-situTransmission Electron Microscopy of Nano and Energy Materials
2. Understanding the growth mechanisms of nano and energy materials
3. Structure-propertyrelationships of nano and energy materials
4. The useof nano and energy materials in devices
Awards and Honours
1. Fellow of the Royal Chemical Society（FRSC）
2. Fellow of the Institute for Materials，Minerals and Mining（FIMMM）
3. London Metropolitan University, H.c. D.Sc. 2015
4. Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Science, Germany. IFF Prize 2011
5. Deutsche Forschungsgemeinshaft Fellow, 2005
6. Chartered Scientist, Institute of Physics, UK 2004
7. Marie Curie Fellow, 2003
8. European Physicist, European Physical Society, The Netherlands 2003
9. Chartered Physicist, Institute of Physics, UK 2002
1.Huy T. Quang, Alicja Bachmatiuk, Arezoo Dianat,Frank Ortmann, Jiong Zhao, Jamie H. Warner, Jürgen Eckert, Gianaurelio Cunniberti,and Mark H. Rümmeli “In Situ Observations of Free-Standing Graphene-like Mono-and Bilayer ZnO Membranes” ACS Nano., (2015) DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.5b05355[Highlight inNanotechweb.org]
2.In Hyuk Son, Jong Hwan Park, Soonchul Kwon,Seongyong Park, Mark H. Rümmeli, Alicja Bachmatiuk, Hyun Jae Song, Junhwan Ku,Jang Wook Choi, Jae-man Choi, Seok-Gwang Doo &Hyuk Chang Silicon carbide-free graphene growth on silicon for lithium-ion battery with high volumetric energy density, Nature Comm. (2015) 6, 7393 [Highlight in PhysicsWorld]
3.Alicja Bachmatiuk, Jiong Zhao, Sandeep MadhukarGorantla, Ignacio Guillermo Gonzalez Martinez, Jerzy Wiedermann, Changgu Lee,Juergen Eckert, Mark H. Rümmeli, Low voltage transmission electron microscopyof graphene: A review, Small (2015) 11, 515
4.Jiong Zhao, Qingming Deng, Alicja Bachmatiuk, GorantlaSandeep, Alexey Popov, Jürgen Eckert, Mark H. Rümmeli, Free-standingsingle-atom thick iron membranes suspended in graphene pores, Science,(2014) 343, 1228 [Highlight in Physics World & Nature Materials]
5.J. Zhao, Q. Deng, S. M. Avdoshenko, L. Fu, J.Eckert, M H Rümmeli, Direct in-situ observations of single Fe atom catalytic processes and anomalous diffusion at graphene edges, PNAS, (2014) 111, 15641
6.In Hyuk Son, Hyun Jae Song, Soonchul Kwon, Alicja Bachmatiuk,Seung Jae Lee, Anass Banayad, Jang Hwang Park, Jae-Young Choi, Hyuk Chang, andMark H Rümmeli, CO2 Enhanced Chemical VaporDeposition Growth of Few-LayerGraphene over NOx. ACS Nano., (2014) 8, 9224
7.Ignacio G. Gonzalez-Martinez, Sandeep M. Gorantla,Alicja Bachmatiuk, Viktor Bezugly, Jiong Zhao, Thomas Gemming, Jens Kunstmann,Jürgen Eckert, Gianaurelio Cuniberti, Mark H. Rümmeli, Room temperature in situGrowth of B/BOx Nanowires and BOx Nanotubes, Nano Lett., (2014) 14, 79[Highlight in Nanowerk]
8.Alicja Bachmatiuk, Rafael G. Mendes, CordulaHirsch, Carsten J?hne, Martin R. Lohe, Julia Grothe, Stefan Kaskel, Lei Fu,Rüdiger Klingeler, Jürgen Eckert, Peter Wick and Mark H. Rümmeli, Few-LayerGraphene Shells and Nonmagnetic Encapsulates: A Versatile and Nontoxic Carbon Nanomaterial, ACS Nano., (2013) 7, 10552
9.F. B?rrnert, L. Fu, S. Gorantla, M. Knupfer, B.Büchner, M. H. Rümmeli, Programmable Sub-Nanometer Sculpting of Graphene with Electron Beams, ACS Nano., (2012), 6, 10327 [Highlight in Nanowerk]
10.F. B?rrnert, A. Barreiro,Daniel Wolf, M. Katsnelson, B. Büchner, L. M. K. Vandersypen, M. H. Rümmeli, LatticeExpansion in Seamless Bi-Layer Graphene Constrictions at High Bias, NanoLett., (2012) 12 4455-4459.
11.Barreiro, F.B?rrnert, M. H. Rümmeli, B. Buechner, L. Vandersypen, Graphene at high bias:cracking, layer by layer evaporation and switching behavior, NanoLett., 12 (2012) 1873.
12.M.H. Rümmeli, C.G.Rocha, F. Ortmann, I. Ibrahim, H. Sevincli, F. B?rrnert, J. Kunstmann, A.Bachmatiuk, M. P?tsche, M. Shiraishi, M. Meyyappan, B. Büchner, S. Roche, G.Cuniberti, Graphene: Piecing it together, Adv. Mater. ,23 (2011) 4471.
13.M. H. Rümmeli, A.Bachmatiuk, A. Scott, F. B?rrnert, J.H. Warner, V. Hoffmann, J.H. Lin, G.Cuniberti, B. Büchner, Direct low-temperature Nano graphene CVD synthesis overa dielectric insulator, ACS Nano., 4 (2010) 4206.
14.J.H. Warner, M.H.Rümmeli, L. Ge, T. Gemming, B. Montanari, N. M. Harrison, B. Büchner, A. G. Briggs,Structural transformations in graphene studied with high spatial and temporal resolution, Nature Nanotech., 4 (2009) 500.