Dr. Samaresh Sau (Postdoc)
Julian Hauda (Master’s thesis)
Chris Burdenski (Master’s thesis)
Lars Kohle (Bachelor’s thesis)
Robin Esken (Master’s thesis)
Annika Behnke (Bachelor‘s thesis)
Levin Burghardt (Bachelor’s thesis)
Ricardo Ferreira (Bachelor’s thesis)
Daniel Kösters (Bachelor’s thesis)
Simon Karnbrock (Bachelor’s thesis)
We are currently looking for highly motivated students (Bachelor, Master or PhD). The research will combine experimental work from Organic and Inorganic chemistry and focus on the application of electro-chemistry, photo‑chemistry, new main-group reagents and catalysts in Organic chemistry.
!New PhD positions available!
In collaboration with the research groups Theatό (KIT) and Bresser (Helmholtz Ulm) we received funding for the development of organic polymer batteries DFG funding program SPP 2248. For this highly interdisciplinary project (synthesis of small radicals, polymer synthesis and battery assembly) we are currently looking for a suitable PhD candidate to join our team. In case you are interested in organic synthesis, redox-chemistry, paramagnetic compounds, please consider applying.
Bachelor and Master students
Students who wish to join the group for a bachelor- or master thesis should contact me either directly (office C2-04-503) or via e-mail.
Applications from qualified and highly motivated students who would like to join the group for a PhD should send their applications including CV to me by postal services or via email.
Students from the TU Dortmund can contact me directly at the office (C2-04-503). At the moment I have a funded position for a PhD student available. In addition, I would be happy to assist with the application process for a PhD scholarship.
Applications from qualified and highly motivated PhD students who would like to join the group as a Postdoc should send their applications including CV to me by postal services or via email.