Latest News from the Inorganic Chemistry
Natalie Raupach was successfull with her application for a scholarship at the House of Young Talents. Congratulations, Natalie!
Prof. Wickleder was mentioned by the publisher Elsevier in a virtual special issue on women in physics 2018
Another new member in the Inorganic Chemistry on cooperation with the Brazilian scholarship program “Ciência sem Fronteiras”
Markus Suta won the award for the best short talk at the XIVth International Krutyn Summer School 2013
Curriculum Vitae Claudia Wickleder
Prof. Dr. Claudia Wickleder
Chair of Inorganic Chemistry, Department Chemie/Biologie, Faculty for Science and Technology, University of Siegen, Germany
Professional career (year, function, company, place)
- 1981 –89: Study of Chemistry (Diploma), Hannover University, Germany
- 1989 –95: PhD in Physical Chemistry, Title: “REMPI-Spektroskopie an Radikalen im Überschallstrahl”, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hanns von Weyssenhoff, Hannover University, Germany.
- 1995 –97: Postdoc in Physical Chemistry, Laser Spectroscopic Investigations of Bond Energies (Prof. Dr. Samuel Leutwyler), University of Bern, Switzerland.
- 1998 –2004: Habilitation in Inorganic Chemistry, Title: “Optische Spektroskopie an Selten-Erd-Ionen in neuen Wirtsverbindungen“, University at Cologne, Germany.
- Since November 2004: Chair of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Siegen.
Professional memberships/International activities
- Vice dean for quality and international affairs of the Faculty for Science and Technology (2013 – 2015), University of Siegen
- Vice dean for study affairs of the Faculty for Science and Technology (2011 – 2013), University of Siegen
- Member of the Senate (2008-2014), University of Siegen
- Vice President of the “Division of Inorganic Chemistry”, the European Association for Chemistry and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS)
- Consultant: ESF (European Science Foundation), DFG (German Science Foundation), AvH (Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung), SNF (Swiss National Science Foundation), FWF (Austrian Science Foundation), ARC (Australian Research Council), DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), FWO (Research Foundation Flanders), CNCS (Romanian National Research Council), numerous international journals, consultant for German appeal proceedings and habilitations
- Strong international network and cooperation with numerous European and non-European (e.g. Israel, Taiwan, China, USA, Brazil) colleagues
- Common PhD student with Prof. Dr. Olivier Mentre, University of Lille, France (Cotutelle) • Member of the advisory board of numerous national and international conferences (e.g. Jerusalem, Manchester, Heidelberg, Cardiff, Edinburgh) and summer schools (Bari (Italy), Krutyn (Poland))
- Member of the German Chemical Society (GDCH)
- Member of the board of the division of inorganic chemistry in GDCH (2008-2014)
- Member of the German Physical Chemistry Society (Bunsen Gesellschaft)
- Member of the Research Centre for Micro- and Nanochemistry and Engineering Cμ, University of Siegen
- Responsible and coordinator for “Children´s University” at the University of Siegen