Modern Physical Organic Chemistry
Currently our team consists of 6 PhD students from 3 different countries. Wanna be part of it? Drop me a line!
We love to understand chemistry in its very principles taking the dynamics into account. And we do so with a combination of experiments and simulations. For more info: Here you go!
Currently the counter is at 42 publications on mechanistic studies of various chemistry.
Communication is key, not only in science. Invited talks all over the world show how well mechanistic studies are recognized in the community. List of previous & furture lectures.
Lectures in catalysis, modern physical organic chemistry and computational chemistry. Supported by self-learning quizzes and screencasts.
We are currently part of the RTG 2620 'ion pairs' and the CRC 325 'assembly-controlled photocatalysis' both funded by the DFG. Our collaboration partners are all over Germany and beyond. Check out our recent publications!
DFG RTG 2620 'ion pairs' , 2 PhD positions, 1 shared post-doc
DFG and the CRC 325 1 PhD posittion
VCI (PhD stipend)
Via my personal assistent Barbara Bauer
Phone +49 941 943-4575
Fax +49 941 943-1717
or via e-mail!
Prof. Dr. Julia Rehbein
TU Dresden (Diplom), TU Dortmund (PhD), Cardiff University (Postdoc; Wales, UK), UHH (FCI- then Emmy-Noether-Fellow; Hamburg) University Regensburg (now)
Originally trained as a synthetic organic chemist and even doing natural product synthesis, I was - over the time - more and more intrigued by the chemistry that did not turn out as expected. That's how I got into the field of physical organic chemistry. Always seeking a greater unterstanding of the experiemetnal obersvation at a molecular or even electronic level.
NEWS NEWS NEWS
New manuscript published:
Copper(I) Photocatalyzed Bromonitroalkylation of Olefins: Evidence for Highly Efficient Inner-Sphere Pathways
Alexander Reichle, Magdalena Koch, Hannes Sterzel, Lea-Joy Großkopf, Johannes Floß, Julia Rehbein*, Oliver Reiser*
First published: 02 February 2023
New manuscripts accepted:
Within the IDK 1 PhD position in advanced computational chemistry
Starting date summer/autumn 2023
1 PhD position in synthetic organic chemsitry, deelopment of dual catalysis using photoredox (adjunct to IDK or CRC 325)
NEWNEWNEW! Within the RTG ion-pairs 1 PostDoc position in advanced computational chemistry
Starting anytime 2023; more info see here
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