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… and will proceed to address key issues using time-resolved techniques. Our ambitious goal is to tackle complex reacting systems in solution at the molecular level.  In this area, RESOLV will lay the foundation for developing innovative synthesis strategies for green chemistry. Expertise from Catalysis and Sustainable Reaction Engineering will be harnessed to address key challenges in renewable energy sources. Highlight Publications RESEARCH AREA II SOLVENT CONTROL OF CHEMICAL DYNAMICS AND REACTIVITY

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… Time Andrew Hodgson University of Liverpool, UK Surface Wetting of Metals Angelos Michaelides UC London, UK Ice and Water at Surfaces Sustainable Chemistry: From Biomimetics to Organic Approaches NameAffiliationTalk Title Ulf-Peter Apfel RUB, GER From Biological Inspiration towards Industrial Catalysis: Problems and Requirements for Future Power-to-X Technologies Ville Kaila TU Munich, GER Deciphering Molecular Mechanisms of Long-range Charge Transfer in Biological Systems Burkhard König University Regenburg, GER Visible Light Photocatalysis: Basic Concepts, Recent Advances and Future…

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… University of Liverpool, UK Surface Wetting of Metals Angelos Michaelides UC London, UK Ice and Water at Surfaces Download Poster Sustainable Chemistry: From Biomimetics to Organic Approaches NameAffiliationTalk Title Ulf-Peter Apfel RUB, GER From Biological Inspiration towards Industrial Catalysis: Problems and Requirements for Future Power-to-X Technologies Ville Kaila TU Munich, GER Deciphering Molecular Mechanisms of Long-range Charge Transfer in Biological Systems Burkhard König University Regenburg, GER Visible Light Photocatalysis: Basic Concepts, Recent Advances and Future…

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Jul 2018

… S. Dieckhöfer, D. Hiltrop, J. Masa, M. Muhler, and W. Schuhmann: Electrocatalytic 5-(hydroxymethyl)furfural oxidation using high surface area nickel boride, in: Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2018, DOI:10.1002/anie.201806298 Press release from RUB. Julia...

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… research consortium California explores Solvation (CALSOLV). Since 2014, Berkeley scientists address the intricate details of solvation in close collaboration with the researchers in Germany. The RESOLV/CALSOLV partnership thrives on topics such as X-ray spectroscopy of liquids and solutions, enzyme catalysis, and ab initio calculations of solvated structures and chemical reactions. The RuhrCal collaboration has started to produce multiple joint publications. California explores Solvation - CalSOLV “Collaboration between scientists from Berkeley and the RESOLV cluster would greatly expedite the…

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02
Dec 2019

… promising materials for the switch to renewable energies. But what works in the laboratory does not necessarily mean a breakthrough for industrial applications: a research team from the Center for Electrochemical Sciences (CES) at RUB discusses...

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… time dependent. The fourth call will open for applications in September 2021 for doctoral studies beginning in 2022. They will be funded by the DAAD for up to 4 years. For more information please read  here  . JOB AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES Early Career Research Group Leader Position "Catalysis" Currently, we are looking for an Early Career Research Group Leader to build up the independent Early Career Research Group “Catalysis”. Its thematic focus will be on understanding and rationally developing catalytic processes in liquids at the molecular level. This group will be initiated…

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08
Nov 2018

…JACS: In catalysis, nature is sometimes more efficient than artificial systems. Researchers have copied one of the tricks.

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… GER TBA Dietmar Stalke Universität Göttingen, GER Is the solid state structure of any help to determine the structure in solution? Jeehiun Lee Rutgers University, NJ, USA TBA Robert Mulvey University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK Alkali Metal Mediation in Synergistic Synthesis and Homogeneous Catalysis Ultrafast Spectroscopic Methods to Investigate solvation dynamics NameAffiliation                                                 …

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08
Feb 2018

… approaches. 2. What is its significance? In the last years, an increasing number of applications of halogen bonding has appeared in the literature. It is expected that this will establish itself as a further tool in molecular recognition, anion...

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