Faculty of Chemistry

Research

Chemistry, Food Chemistry and Materials Science.

Research

The faculty consists of eight institutes (the research foci of the institutes you can find on their individual homepages). The three big institutes of Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry represent the classical areas of research and teaching within chemistry. The areas of research and the academic offerings are supplemented by activities of the five smaller institutes of the faculty (Institute of Biochemistry and Technical Biochemistry, Institute of Material Science, Institute of Polymer Chemistry, Institute of Technical Chemistry as well as the Institute of Theoretical Chemistry). The research of the faculty of chemistry is focused on the following topics:

  • Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis
  • Materials and Functional Molecules
  • Biochemistry and Biotechnology
  • Theory and Simulation in Chemistry

 

Interdisciplinarity

An essential characteristic of the research at the institutes of the faculty of chemistry is the versatile and close cooperation with other subjects within the natural sciences and engineering at the Universität Stuttgart, e.g.

Further Projects are the Projecthouse NanobioMater.

ERC Grants

  • Prof. Blazej Grabowski, Materials 4.0 (2020) (Consolidator Grant)
  • Prof. Peer Fischer, Holographic acoustic assembly and manipulation (Holoman) (2018) (Advanced Grant)
  • Prof. Johannes Kästner, Atom-Tunneling in Chemistry (Tunnelchem) (2015) (Consolidator Grant)
  • Prof. Blazej Grabowski, Time-scale bridging potentials for realistic molecular dynamics simulations (TIME-BRIDGE) (2015) (Starting Grant)
  • Prof. Hans-Joachim Werner, Advancing computational chemistry with new accurate, robust and scalable electronic structure methods (2013) (Advanced Grant)
  • Prof. Peer Fischer, Chiral Nanostructured Surfaces and Colloidal Microbots (CHIRALMICROBOTS) (2012) (Starting Grant)

Office of the Dean

Isabella Waldner
Dr.

Isabella Waldner

Faculty Manager

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