Klaus Meerholz

Curriculum Vitae von Prof. Dr. Benjamin List

Professional Activities

 

  • since 2011 Director Center of Organic Production Technologies (COPT) in NRW e.V.
  • since 2009 Managing Director, Center for Organic Electronic Cologne (COEC) gGmbH
  • 2008 - 2013 Director of the Chemistry Department, University of Cologne
  • since 2007 Technology Transfer Officer of the Rectorate, University of Cologne
  • since 2006 Editorial Board member of the Macromolecular Physical Chemistry
  • 2006 - 2009 President of the Photochemistry division within the GDCh
  • 2002 - 2005 Board member of the Photochemistry division within the GDCh  

Employment History

 

  • since 02/02 W3-Professor (Chair), Physical Chemistry Department, University of Köln
  • 09/99 – 01/02 Privatdozent (Associate Professor), Physical Chemistry Dept., LMU Munich
  • 10/98 – 08/99 C3-Professor of Physical Chemistry, LMU Munich
  • 09/98 Habilitation, Physical Chemistry Dept., (Prof. Christoph Bräuchle, LMU Munich), “Multifunctional Polymers with Photorefractive and Electroluminescent Properties”.
  • 09/95 – 09/98 Habilitant (Assistant Professor), Physical Chemistry Dept., LMU Munich
  • 09/93 - 08/95 Research Assistant Scientist, Optical Sciences Center, University of Arizona (Prof. Nasser Peyghambarian)
  • 02/93 - 08/93 Postdoc, State University of New York at Buffalo (Prof. Paras N. Prasad)
  • 08/91 - 02/93 Material Research Center, University of Freiburg, Germany
  • 04/91 - 08/91 Centre d’Energie Atomique de Grenoble, France (Prof. Eric Vieil)

Education

 

  • 06/92 Ph.D.-Thesis, University of Freiburg (Prof. Jürgen Heinze) “Conjugated Oligomers - Model Compounds for the Understanding of Charge Storage and Conductivity Mechanism in Conducting Polymers”, summa cum laude
  • 03/85 - 08/87 University of Freiburg, Germany, Master of Chemistry (Diploma)
  • 10/82 - 02/85 University of Bielefeld, Germany, Bachelor of Chemistry (Vordiplom)

Awards and Nominations

 

  • Max-Dellbrück Award, University of Cologne 2014
  • Willstätter Lecture (GDCh / Hebrew University) 2013
  • Albertus-Magnus Award (category “Research”), University of Cologne 2011
  • Nominee for the German Future Award (Deutscher Zukunftspreis) 2011
  • Innovation Award of Nordrhein-Westfalen 2010
  • Olympus Award 2009
  • DSM Innovation Award 2009
  • Innovation platform “Solution-Processed Organic Electronics” sponsored by the German Ministry of Science & Education (BMBF) 2007
  • Innovation Award Cologne 2004
  • Erich-Schott award 2002
  • Visiting professor, Université Luis Pasteur, Strasbourg/France (2001 / 2002)
  • Nernst-Haber-Bodenstein-Preis, Deutsche Bunsengesellschaft for Physical Chemistry 2000
  • Award for best Habilitation, University of Munich 1999

zuletzt geändert am: 15.02.2017 - 13:33 Uhr von M.Bräutigam