Designed Flavins for Catalysis

Tailor-Made Catalysts - New Reactivity - Selective Editing


Throughout the Entire Year

Research Internships

Interested in our research and want to learn more about flavins? We are always looking for research interns (Research Internships in Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Catalysis Research)! Contact us directly by e-mail or just stop by in the lab.

Summer Semester

○ Lecture "Heterocyclic Chemistry" (Chemie der Heterozyklen, CH3043 S22)

This lecture deals with the nomenclature, synthetic strategies, reactivities, and application examples of relevant classes of heterocycles. We will discuss the entire spectrum of heterocycles ranging from three-membered (including oxiranes, aziridines, thiiranes, and oxaziridines), four-membered (including oxetanes and β-lactams), five-membered (including furans, pyrroles, thiophenes, thiazoles, oxazoles, pyrazoles, imidazoles, and indoles) to the six-membered rings (including pyridines, pyrimidines, quinolines, isoquinolines, quinazolines, purines, and pteridines). In addition to classic syntheses, modern methods and applications are in the foreground.

See the lecture's TUM-Moodle for more information.

First lecture:


Wednesday, April XXth, 2024

12:00 - 14:00 in CH27 402, Walter-Hieber Lecture Hall



Exam (repetition)

12:00 - 13:00 in CH27 402, Walter-Hieber Lecture Hall

XX.XX.2024 (08:30 - 10:00) in CH21 010, Hans-Fischer Lecture Hall

XX.XX.2024 (08:30 - 10:00) in CH21 010, Hans-Fischer Lecture Hall

○ Lecture "Organic Photochemistry and Photocatalysis" (Regensburg University)

This lecture is jointly given by all project leaders of the Collaborative Research Center "Assembly, Controlled Chemical Photocatalysis" (CRC 325) with the aim to give interested students the opportunity to gain insight into key research areas in the field of photochemistry from very different perspectives. Each Summer Semester, the lecture is held at Regensburg University.

We contribute to the lecture series with an in-depth analysis of triplet sensitized reactions and their application in the organic laboratory.