Andreas Wolf graduated from the Julius Maximilian University Wuerzburg in 2020 with a Master of Science degree in Functional Materials. Experiences in industry and abroad include one year at the University of New Mexico (2016-2017) as well as internships at the BMW Group (2018-2019, department for adhesives) and the Norwegian Institute for Energy Technology (2020, silicon anodes). He has been a research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research since 2014 and contributed to different projects in the field of lithium-ion batteries and particle technologies.
In his PhD thesis he focuses on interactive magnetic supraparticles in dynamic fluidic environments and their application as smart sensors in water purification and battery recycling processes. A key to his research is the innovative use of magnetic particle spectroscopy for live-analysis of magnetic nanoparticle relaxation phenomena.