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Co-Workers

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We are always looking for highly motivated students and co-workers to join our team. There are always projects in all our research areas available ranging from computational to mechanistic studies as well as method development and total synthesis. Please, apply directly to Professor Wegner.
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Postdocs
Dr. Longcheng Hong
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Postdoc, Research Associate, More

Phone:
0641 / 99 34332 (laboratory)


Room: B 228a

Field of work:
Boron based Lewis acid catalysis, Synthesis of carbon-rich molecules
Doctoral Candidates
Sebastian Ahles
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Ph.D. Student, Research Associate

Phone:
0641 / 99 34332 (laboratory)


Room: B 228a

Field of work:
Synthesis of carbon-rich molecules, Boron based Lewis acid catalysis
Sebastian Schmalisch
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Ph.D. Student, Research Associate, More

Phone:
0641 / 99 34332 (laboratory)


Room: B 228a

Field of work:
Boron based Lewis acid catalysis and rearrangements
Marcel Strauß
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Ph.D. Student, Research Associate

Phone:
0641 / 99 34332 (laboratory)


Room: B 228a

Field of work:
Azo switches, Macrocyclic azobenzenes
Andreas Heindl
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Ph.D. Student, Research Associate, More

Phone:
0641 / 99 34333 (laboratory)


Room: B 233a

Field of work:
Synthesis of macrocyclic azobenzenes
Sebastian Beeck
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Ph.D. Student, Research Associate, More

Phone:
0641 / 99 34333 (laboratory)


Room: B 233a

Field of work:
Catalysis with boron based bidentate Lewis acids
Julia Ruhl
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Ph.D. Student, Research Associate, More

Phone:
0641 / 99 34332 (laboratory)


Room: B 228a

Field of work:
Catalysis with boron based bidentate Lewis acids, B,N-acenes
Jan Griwatz
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Ph.D. Student, Research Associate, More

Phone:
0641 / 99 34332 (laboratory)


Room: B 228a

Field of work:
Cycloparaphenylenes, flow-chemistry
Apprentice
Katinka Grimmeisen
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Apprentice

Phone:
0641 / 99 34333 (laboratory)


Room: B 233a

M. Sc. Students
The following students are currently working in the Labs of the Wegner group on on up-to-date research topics as part of their Master thesis. If you are interested in preparing your Master or Bachelor thesis in the Wegner group, please contact our co-workers or Prof. Hermann A. Wegner for possible research topics.
Daniel Kohrs
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Daniel Kohrs master

During his master thesis, Daniel Kohrs from Holzminden in Lower Saxony is working in the Wegner group on a research project with the aim to synthesize cycloparaphenylenes and investigate their properties.

Anne Kunz
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Anne Kunz master

Anne Kunz from Medenbach near Herborn joined the Wegner Group for her Bachelor thesis in June 2017. For her Bachelor project, she synthesized and investigated the properties of macrocyclic azobenzenes for their potential use in Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage Systems (MOST). Since November 2018 until May 2015, she continued her studies on this topic during an internship. As part of her Master thesis, Anne will investigate photoswitchable molecules, which are based on a combination of norbonadienes and azobenzenes. These molecules are new promising candidates for MOST systems.

Interns
The following students are currently working in the labs of the Wegner group on up-to-date research topics in the context of a study project or an internship.
Jannis Volkmann
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Jannis Volkmann internship

In october 2018, Jannis Volkmann from Langgoens near Giessen joined the Wegner group during his internship to investigate and optimize new synthetic pathways for substituted cycloparaphenylenes.

B.Sc. Students
The following students are currently working in the Labs of the Wegner group on on up-to-date research topics as part of their Bachelor thesis. If you are interested in preparing your bachelor thesis in the Wegner group, please contact our co-workers or Prof. Hermann A. Wegner for possible research topics.
Conrad Averdunk
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Conrad Averdunk Bachelor

In April 2019, Conrad Averdunk from Johannesburg in South Africa joined the Wegner group for his Bachelor thesis. He will synthesize and investigate meta-trisazobenzenes as a molecular triple photoswitch with selectively and independently switchable subunits.

Student Research Assistants
Student research assistants are employed to participate in the design, execution, analysis and evaluation of research projects. Such employments when available are sometimes offered to excellent students. People who are currently working in the Wegner group on such kind of projects are listed below.
Saskia Lehr
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Saskia Lehr assistant

In May 2019, Saskia Lehr from Dietzenbach joined the Wegner group as a student research assistant. For a research project she will synthesize formazan-based heterocycles.