Förderperiode 2004-2008

Förderperiode 2004 – 2008

Group A: Molecular architectures for molecule activation
Project Group Leader Subject
A1 Prof. L. Dahlenburg Platinum complexes with optically active P-, N- and O-donor-ligands: Catalysts for the stereoselective reduction of ketones
A2 Dr. A. Grohmann The activation of small molecules on redox-active metal complexes with concave coordination spheres
A3 Dr. N. Jux Novel functional metalloporphyrins
A4 Prof. H. Kisch Metal-complex-modified semiconductors for the solar detoxification of water
A6 Prof. D. Sellmann Activation and stabilization of molecules with redox-active metal-sulfur complexes that are relevant to nitrogenase
A7 Prof. U. Zenneck Catalytically active arene-ruthenium complexes in two different redox-states
A9 Prof. H.-P. Steinrück Adsorption und Reaktivität redoxaktiver Metalloporphyrine
Group B: Molecular architectures for charge transfer
Project Group Leader Subject
B1 Dr. R. Alsfasser Redox-active metal-complexes with chelating amino acid-ligands
B2 Prof. J. Gladysz Redox-active metal-centers bridged by sp-carbon chains
B3 Prof. A. Hirsch Iron porphyrin dendrimer architectures as abiotic models for globular haeme-proteins
B4 Prof. R. Saalfrank Redox and magnetic properties of supramolecular clusters
Group C: Physical and theoretical quantification of functionality
Project Group Leader Subject
C1 Prof. T. Clark Theoretical studies on electron-transfer catalysis
C2 Prof. J. Gasteiger Modeling metal-complexes on the basis of data-analysis
C3 Prof. B. Heß Structure, energetics and spectroscopy of redox-active metal-complexes
C4 Prof. P. Müller Metal-atoms in chemical traps: Control of the magnetic and electronic properties of metal-complexes
C6 Prof. S. Schneider,
Dr. G. Brehm
Raman-spectroscopic and spectroelectrochemical investigations of selected metal complexes
C7 Prof. R. van Eldik Mechanistic determination of the structure-activity relationship of redox-active metal-complexes by high pressure spectroscopic and thermodynamic