Julia Wind

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Room Ø 134
Visiting address Sem Sælands vei 26 Kjemibygningen 0371 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 1126 Blindern 0318 OSLO
Other affiliations The International Summer School (Student)

Academic interests

Solid state ionic conduction (Li, Na, O, H), structure-property relationships, crystallography, neutron scattering (diffraction, spectroscopy - INS & QENS), DFT, molecular dynamics


  • PhD (Chemistry) University of Sydney 2017
  • MSc (Mathematics) University of Vienna 2013
  • MSc (Chemistry) University of Vienna 2012
  • BSc (Chemistry) University of Vienna 2009
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J. Wind, J. Polt, Z. Zhang, D. Blom, T. Vogt, R. Whiters and C. Ling; “Rational design of a commensurate (3+3)-D modulated structure within the fast-ion conducting stabilized δ-Bi2O3 series”; Chemistry of Materials 2017.

J. Wind, R. Mole, D. Yu and C. Ling; “Liquid-like ionic diffusion in solid bismuth oxide revealed by coherent quasielastic neutron scattering”; Chemistry of Materials 29 (17), 7408-7415, 2017.

J. Wind, P. Kayser, Z. Zhang, I. Radosavljevic Evans and C. Ling; “Stability and range of the type II Bi1-xWxO1.5+1.5x solid solution”; Solid State Ionics 308, 173-180, 2017.

J. Wind, J. Auckett, R. Withers, R. Piltz, A. Malyuk, C. Ling; “Type II Bi1-xWxO1.5+1.5x: a (3+3)-D commensurate modulation that stabilizes the fast-ion conducting delta phase of bismuth oxide”; Acta Crystallographica B71, 679-687, 2015.

J. Wind, O. Romaniv, G. Schöllhammer, J. Bursik, H. Michor, G. Giester, P. Rogl; “The Systems Tantalum (Niobium)-Cobalt-Boron”; Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion, 35(1), 43-85, 2014.

E. Bogel-Łukasik, J. Wind, R. Bogel-Łukasik, M. Nunes da Ponte; “The influence of hydrogen pressure on the heterogeneous hydrogenation of beta-myrcene in a CO2-expanded liquid”; The Journal of Supercritical Fluids, 54(1), 46-52, 2010.

Published Oct. 5, 2017 6:16 PM - Last modified Apr. 9, 2018 9:32 AM