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Philipp Muscher

Philipp’s research is centered on studying ionic motion in layered materials on atomic length and time scales. His work combines nanofabrication and electrochemistry with ultrafast diffraction techniques.
Prior to joining the Chueh group in 2016, Philipp worked on various research projects around the world, ranging from plasma physics (Germany), manufacturing optimization (South Africa) to electron holography and gas sensing (Japan); he holds a Diplom degree in Materials Science from TU Dresden. When not in the lab, Philipp likes to spend his time outdoors, hiking, mountain biking and backpacking.