Projects of the SPP 1599/1



A1: Novel caloric materials by mastering hysteresis: a material science approach, Oliver Gutfleisch, TU Darmstadt

A2: Novel caloric materials by mastering hysteresis: Conventional and Inverse caloric effects in systems with narrow thermal hysteresis, Mehmet Acet and Michael Farle, University Duisburg-Essen

A3: Novel Caloric Materials by Mastering Hysteresis: Combinatorial Development of Magnetocaloric Materials, Alfred Ludwig, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

A4: Novel caloric materials by mastering hysteresis: microscopic understanding by element-specific studies, Heiko Wende, University Duisburg-Essen

A5: A high frequency magnetocooling cycle and direct Delta T measurements in ferroic thin films and low volume samples, Daniel Hägele, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

A6: Investigation of coupling phenomena in multilayered Heusler alloys aiming for maximization of the magnetocaloric effect, Andreas Hütten, Bielefeld University

A7: In-situ XRD for studying the effects of external fields on the structure of magnetocaloric materials, Anja Waske, IFW Dresden

A8: Ab initio study on the coupling of lattice and magnetic degrees of freedom and the role of interfaces in magneto-caloric materials, Tilmann Hickel, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Düsseldorf

A9: Coarse grained models for large scale atomistic simulations of spin and lattice dynamics, Ingo Opahle, Georg Madsen and Ralf Drautz, ICAMS, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

A10/B1: Understanding magnetocaloric and electrocaloric effects using epitaxial films, Sebastian Fähler and Ruben Hühne, IFW Dresden

A11/B2: First-principles simulation of magnetocaloric and electrocaloric effects in nanostructured films, Peter Entel and Claude Ederer, University Duisburg-Essen, ETH-Zürich

B3: Modeling the electrocaloric effect in lead-free relaxor ferroelectrics, Karsten Albe and Baixiang Xu, TU Darmstadt

B4: Electrocaloric effect in lead-free relaxor ceramics, Doru C. Lupascu and Vladimir V. Shvartsman, University Duisburg-Essen

B5: Development of perovskite-type ceramics and device structures for electrocaloric applications, Sylvia Gebhardt and Andreas Schönecker, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems (IKTS) Dresden

B6: Electrocaloric multilayer and radial cooling device concepts, Gerald Gerlach and Gunnar Suchaneck, TU Dresden

B7: Methodological Development and Design of Electrocaloric Cooling Systems for Electric Vehicle Applications, Annika Raatz, TU Braunschweig

C1: Compositional and Microstructural Optimization and Microstructural, Thermal and Mechanical Assessment of NiTi Shape Memory Alloys for Ferroelastic Cooling, Gunther Eggeler and Jan Frenzel, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

C2: Development and Validation of a Finite Element Simulation Tool for NiTi-Based Ferroelastic Cooling Devices, Stefan Seelecke, Saarland University

C3: Development and Validation of a NiTi-Based Ferroelastic Cooling Demonstrator, Andreas Schütze, Stefan Seelecke, Saarland University

C4: Elastocaloric Ti-Ni based Films and Devices - Materials, Eckhard Quandt, CAU Kiel

C5: Elastocaloric TiNi-based Films and Devices - Engineering, Manfred Kohl, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Z1: Coordination of SPP 1599 FerroicCooling, Sebastian Fähler, IFW Dresden