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Esser Lab @ Ulm University

The Esser Lab is located at the Institute of Organic Chemistry II and Advanced Materials at Ulm University. You can find us in M25 in rooms 3401 to 3410, in O25/O26 and at the POLiS Cluster of Excellence building, Lise-Meitner-Straße 16 in Ulm.

- News -

14.05.2024

Congratulations Gauthier!

Gauthier Studer successfully defended his PhD thesis with the title "Synthesis and Electrochemical Investigation of Organic Electrode Materials for Aluminum and Magnesium Batteries".

Congratulations!


01.04.2024

Three new PhD/Masters students!

After finishing his master thesis in the group Lars Hinrichs rejoined us for his PhD. Welcome back! We also welcome Yannik Hansmann, who joined the group as a PhD student and Elias Hofmann, who joined for a Master thesis.


18.03.2024

New Bachelor student!

Lisa Neige joined the group for her Bachelor thesis. Welcome and good luck!


01.02.2024

New PhD student!

Isabel Morhenn joined the group for her PhD. Welcome and good luck!


01.12.2023

New PhD student!

After finishing his master thesis in the group Tobias Wasserrab rejoined us for his PhD. Welcome back!


07.11.2023

New master students!

Eva Bräutigam and Nico Kokott recently started their master thesis. Welcome to the group!


01.09.2023

New PhD student and new bachelor student!

Alexander Tombrink just started his PhD and Sarah Rieger started her bachelor thesis in the group. Good luck!


14.08.2023

Two new bachelor students

Levin Göttinger and Moritz Podiebrad startet their bachelor thesis in the group. Good luck!


05.06.2023

ERC Consolidator Grant

Birgit receives an ERC Consolidator grant. Excited to embark on project NanOBatt! PhD and postdoc positions will be available soon. Check out the press release here.


01.06.2023

Two new group members

Daniel Baumgarten (PhD student) and Lars Hinrichs (Master Thesis) recently joined our group. Welcome and good luck!


25.05.2023

Paper accepted

Gauthier's paper on an high capacity aluminum battery featuring a two-electron redox phenothiazine polymer cathode was accepted in Energy & Environmental Science! Check it out here.


08.05.2023

Three new Group Members

Álvaro Martínez (visiting scientist), Michael Keis (Master Thesis) and Bernd Schulz (Bachelor Thesis) recently joined our group. Welcome and good luck!


06.03.2023

New Master Student

Tobias Wasserrab just started his Master Thesis in the group. Good luck!


07.02.2023

Two papers online

Mathias's work on perfluorophenyl-substituted thioether-dibenzopentalenes, which lead to a tighter solid-state packing, with theoretical calculations performed by David.

Find it here, published in Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry.

 

Collaborative work with Oliver Dumele's group on antiaromatic dibenzopentalene-based COF: First example of DBPs as battery electrode materials, measurements done by Manik, published in J. Am. Chem. Soc..

Find it here.


23.01.2023

Paper Accepted!

Immobilizing poly(vinylphenothiazine) in Ketjenblack is a great strategy to boost its cycling stability: Check it out in Advanced Functional Materials.

 

Find it here.


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