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Curriculum Vitae - Ulrich Jonas


Prof. Dr. Ulrich Jonas

Macromolecular Chemistry
Department Chemistry - Biology
University of Siegen
Adolf-Reichwein-Strasse 2
AR-G 213
D-57076 Siegen
Tel.: +49 (0) 271 740-4713
Fax: +49 (0) 271 740 14713
E-Mail: jonas@chemie.uni-siegen.de

Prof. Jonas


Prof. Ulrich Jonas studied chemistry (1987-1993) at the University of Mainz and at the University of California, Santa Barbara, in the group of Prof. H.-W. Schmidt and Prof. P. Smith. In 1992 he joined the group of Prof. H. Ringsdorf in Mainz to work on amphiphilic fullerene derivatives and completed his diploma thesis in 1993. He continued to investigate amphiphilic fullerene derivatives during his dissertation and expanded the research on triphenylenes and quaternary nitrogen compounds. After a six-month visit at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland, in the group of Prof. F. Diederich he received his PhD in 1996 from the University in Mainz. As postdoctoral Feodor Lynen fellow (Alexander von Humoldt Foundation) from 1996 to 1998 he worked with Dr. D. Charych at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, on polydiacetylene biosensors for the detection of DNA hybridization. He joined the group of Prof. H. W. Spiess as project leader at the Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research in 1999 and in 2004 the group of Prof. W. Knoll as permanent staff. In 2007 he was appointed as affiliated scientist of FORTH (Foundation for Research and Technology- Hellas) in Crete, Greece, active in the Polymer & Colloid Science Group, and in 2009 he was elected as director of research at the Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser, heading the newly founded Bio-Organic Materials Chemistry Laboratory. Since 2012 he is chairing the institute of Macromolecular Chemistry as University Professor at the University of Siegen. His current research activities include advanced polymeric materials synthesis and characterization, responsive hydrogel layer systems for biosensor and biomedical applications, hierarchical structure formation with colloidal systems, and 2D organization of semifluorinated alkane derivatives at the air-water interface.