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Rudnik, Julian

Julian Rudnik

Chemistry Education


phone +49-(0)431-880-2445
address Olshausenstraße 62, D-24118 Kiel
room 238


2007 -2012 Studies in Chemistry at Kiel University (diploma)

Professional Activity

since 4/2013 Research Scientist at the Department of Chemistry Education, Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN) at the University of Kiel
since 10/2012 Member of PerLe - Projekt für erfolgreiches Lehren und Lernen - at the University of Kiel, Education Assistance of Chemistry

Research Interests

Development of conceptual educational offerings for the transition school - university
Investigation of learning progressions for university entrants

Current Projects

PerLe (Projekt erfolgreiches Lehren und Lernen)

Selected Publications

Rudnik, J. (2016). How to develop an understanding for chemistry? Investigating learning progressions for university entrants. In: Simon, S., Ottander, C. & Parchmann, I. (Eds.). Narratives of Doctoral Studies in Science Education. Making the transition from educational practitioner to researcher (Chapter 9, pp. 106-114). Abingdon: Routledge.
Naggert, H., Rudnik, J., Kipgen, L., Bernien, M., Nickel, F., Arruda, L. M., Kuch, W., Näther, C. & Tuczek, F. (2015). Vacuum-evaporable spin-crossover complexes: physicochemical properties in the crystalline bulk and in thin films deposited from the gas phase. J. Mater. Chem. C, 3, 7870-7877.
Parchmann, I., Broman, K., Busker, M., Rudnik, J. (2015). Context-Based Learning at School and University Level. In: Garcia-Martinez, J., Serrano-Torregrosa, E. (Eds.). Chemistry Education: Best Practices, Innovative Strategies and New Technologies (Chapter 10, pp. 259-278). Berlin: Wiley-VCH Verlagsgesellschaft.
Rudnik, J., Naggert, H., Schwarzer, S., Tuczek, F. & Parchmann, I. (2014). Artificial Blood Synthesis of a magnetic and in terms of Colour Switchable Iron Complex. Chemie konkret (CHEMKON; Forum für Unterricht und Didaktik), 21(2), 85-88.

Publications in the research information system

all publications recorded in PURE