Full time at:
Institute for Organic and Analytical Chemistry
Leobener Str. NW2 C, Room 1360
Phone 0049-421-218 - 63210
With a part time research post (CRC 677) at:
University of Kiel
Room 220, OHP 3
Since 2015, Anne Staubitz holds a post as an associate professor at the University of Bremen. Her interests are the development of nucleophile selective cross-coupling reactions and, using this tool, the synthesis of new semiconducting polymers. A second research thrust has developed within the collaborative network CRC 677 “Function by Switching”, which is concerned with switchable polymeric systems and their application in materials science. This research is still conducted at Kiel University where Anne Staubitz has a part-time associate professorship.
Anne Staubitz studied biochemistry at the University of Tübingen. After working in Paul Knochel’s group at the University of Munich (LMU) on novel Grignard reagents, she obtained her Ph. D. with Varinder Aggarwal at the University of Bristol, UK, working on a natural product. For her post-doctoral work she joined the group of Ian Manners, also at the University of Bristol, where she worked on main group inorganic polymers, in particular catalytic dehydrocoupling reactions of group 13 group 15 adducts. She started her independent academic career as an assistant professor at Kiel University in 2010, and continues to contribute to the CRC 677.
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