SFB 1249



Dr. Sergej Tretiak

Center for Nonlinear Studies and Center for integrated Nanotechnologies,
Los Alamos, USA

"Coherent Exciton-Vibrational Dynamics and Energy Transfer in Conjugated Organics"
2.2.2018, 13:15 Uhr
INF 252, Kleiner Hörsaal



Prof. Dr. Inke Siewert

Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Universität Göttingen

"Electrochemically Driven Redox Catalysis - Applications in the CO2 Reduction Reaction and Organic Synthesis"

05.02.2018, 14 Uhr c.t.,
INF 252, Kleiner Hörsaal

Chemische Gesellschaft



Dienstag, 6.2.2018, 17:15 Uhr,
Hörsaal West, INF 252

N-Heteropolyzyklen als Funktionsmaterialien
The joint research lab of Heidelberg University and BASF for homogene catalysis
Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR). With the HGS Mathcomp as an important part of IWR


The focus of research at the Inorganic Chemistry Institute is in the fields of complex chemistry and molecular catalysis, the modeling of complex molecules, bioanorganic chemistry and the chemistry of nanoscale clusters. In addition, there are also research activities in applied quantum chemistry, the chemistry of functionalized polymers and the synthesis of new materials as well as the special research area SFB 1249 (N-heteropolycycles as functional materials) under the management of Prof. Gade.
Currently, the following research groups (including junior research groups) are working at the Inorganic Chemistry Institute.


Prof. Dr. Peter Comba

Prof. Dr. Lutz H. Gade

Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Jörg Himmel

Prof. Dr. Roland Krämer

Prof. Dr. Gerald Linti

Prof. apl. Dr. Markus Enders

Prof. apl. Dr. Hubert Wadepohl

Dr. Joachim Ballmann

Dr. Lutz Greb

Dr. Matthias Hofmann


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