Daniel Felder, M.Sc.
Daniel Felder's research deals with the coupled charge transport of ions and electrons in structures of conductive polymers, electrolytes and polyelectrolytes and its application in neuromorphic devices similar to the structure of the human brain. Electrochemical methods and direct numerical simulations are used to gradually understand the properties of these devices and optimize them for future applications. The aim of the research is to develop possibilities to process information in soft polymeric systems.
Daniel Felder is part of the RG Wessling.