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Mathias Christmann

Professor of Chemistry (Catalysis; Organic Chemistry; Biological and Medicinal Chemistry)

Berlin, Germany

Mathias Christmann was born in Peine, Germany. He received a chemistry diploma from TU Braunschweig in 1998, before completing a Ph.D. with Markus Kalesse at the Universität of Hannover (2001). Following a postdoctoral stint with Craig J. Forsyth at the University of Minnesota, he started his independent career in 2003 at the RWTH Aachen and obtained his habilitation in 2007. From 2008-2013, he has been an associate professor of organic chemistry at the TU Dortmund. In 2013, he accepted an offer from Freie Universität Berlin where he is a professor of organic chemistry. His research focus lies in the areas of catalysis, natural products synthesis, and sustainable chemistry.

Publications

  • https://www.bcp.fu-berlin.de/en/chemie/chemie/forschung/OrgChem/christmann/Publications/index.html

Co-workers & collaborators

Johannes Schwan

Merlin Kleoff

Philipp Heretsch

Bence Hartmayer

Thomas Siemon

Simon Steinhauer

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