A new Doctor is born!

Christine Holzammer M.Sc. promoted to Doktor in Engineering (Dr.-Ing)

On October 18th, 2019, Christine Holzammer M.Sc. successfully defended her Doctoral thesis. As a consequence the title "Doctor Ingenieurin" was conferred on her by the Faculty 4 on behalf of the Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg. The title of her thesis is:

Raman Spectroscopic Study of the Effect of Aqueous Salt Solutions on the Formation and Dissociation Behavior of CO2 Gas Hydrates

Doctor Holzammer was carrying out her research within the frame of an ERC Starting grant project "Inhomogeneities" (637654). As a doctoral researcher she contributed significantly to the following high-class publications:

  1. Ch. C. Holzammer, A.S. Braeuer
    Raman spectroscopic study of the effect of aqueous salt solutions on the inhibition of carbon dioxide gas hydrates
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 123, 2354-2361 (2019)

  2. Ch. Holzammer, J. Schicks, S. Will, A.S. Braeuer
    Influence of Sodium Chloride on the Formation and Dissociation Behavior of CO2 Gas Hydrates
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 121, 8330-8337 (2017)

  3. Ch. Holzammer, A. Finckenstein, S. Will, A. Braeuer
    How Sodium Chloride Salt Inhibits the Formation of CO2 Gas Hydrates
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120, 2452–2459 (2016)

  4. G. Lipinski, Ch. Holzammer, M. Petermann, M. Richter
    Measurement of sorption phenomena near dew points of fluid mixtures: concept for the combination of gravimetric sorption analysis and Raman spectroscopy
    Measurement Science and Technology
    29, 105501-105506 (2018)

Dr. Holzammer has been working for BASF since July 2019.