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About Anja V. Mudring

Mudring is currently the Glenn Murphy Professor in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at Iowa State University and a Faculty Scientist at the Ames Laboratory, a US Department of Energy National Laboratory (US DOE). She is also a member of the Critical Materials Institute, an Energy Innovation Hub of the US DOE. She studied at the Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms Universität Bonn, Germany, and graduated with a doctoral dissertation carried out at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany. She was a Feodor Lynen fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Society at Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory before she started her independent scientific career with a Liebig Fellowship at the Universität zu Köln, Germany. She was Chair of Inorganic Chemistry and headed the Materials Synthesis and Characterization group at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum before returning to Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory. Her research interest focus on exploring ionic liquids as a transformational platform for creating new materials – ranging from complex intermetallic systems with unusual structural and magnetic properties, over unique luminescent materials to novel soft inorganic-organic hybrid materials. Her philosophy following Iowa State´s motto is to combine theory with practice to provide green technology solutions for society.  

Positions

Present Glenn Murphy Professor, Iowa State University Department of Materials Science and Engineering
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Present Faculty Scientist, Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University
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Present Director of Graduate Education, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Iowa State University, Iowa State University
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Present Vice-Chairman, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Iowa State University, Iowa State University
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403 Spedding
2416 Pammel Dr
Ames, IA 50011-2416
515-509-5616

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