Markus Antonietti © Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam/Martin Jehnichen

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Markus Antonietti

Curriculum Vitae

Education

1978
Abitur, Rhabanus-Maurus-Gymnasium Mainz

WS 1978/79
Studies of Chemistry and Physics at the University of Mainz

June 1983
Diploma of Chemistry

July 1985
Doctorate of natural sciences (summa cum laude) with Prof. H. Sillescu

July 1985
Hochschulassistent (assistant professor) in Mainz

January 1990
Habilitation in physical chemistry: "Microgels with a special architecture"

February 1991
Hochschuldozent (associate professor) in Mainz

September 1991
Full Professor at the Philipps-Universität in Marburg

October 1993
Director for “Colloid Chemistry” at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Full Professor at the University of Potsdam/Germany

Awards

2021

ERC Synergy Grant, together with Patrice Simon

2021

Honorary Fellow of the Chinese Chemical Society

2020

ERC Senior Excellence Grant (2nd time)

2020

Staudinger Award of the GdCh

2018

Bundesverdienstkreuz 1. Klasse der BRD

2016

Liebig Medal of the GdCh

2016

Humboldt-Gay Lussac Award of the French Academy of Sciences

2016

Honorary Guest Professor Jiao Tong University/Shanghai

2015

External Member of the Swedish Academy of Engineering

2014

Friedrich Bergius Award of the Evonik Co.

2011

Honorary Doctorate of the University of Stockholm

2011

Grignard-Wittig Award of the French Chemical Society

2010

“Kolkhoff-Lecture Series” at the University of Minnesota

2009

Gold Medal of the Macro Group UK

2008

ERC Senior Excellence Grant

2006

Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry/UK

2005 - now

ISI World Top 50 Material Science, H-Index 187, approx. 137000 citations

2005

Guest Professor at Paris V/Jussieu in Paris/France

2005

Alfrey Turner Visiting Professorship at Michigan Molecular Institute

2005

Honorary Guest Professor at Hefei University/P. R. China

2003

Goldschmidt-Elhuyar-Preis der Real Sociedad Espanola de Quimica

2000

Member of the "Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften"

1998

Guest Professor in Lovain La Neuve/Belgium

1997

Honorary degree (Dr. sci. h. c.) of Clarkson University Potsdam/New York

1992

Chemiedozentenpreis of the Fonds of the Chemical Industry of Germany

1990

Gerhard-Hess-Preisträger der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft

1988

Science Award of the "Böhringer-Ingelheim-Foundation"

1986

Science Award of the "Freunde der Universität Mainz"

1984

Adolf Todt Scholarship

1983

Scholarship of the Funds of the Chemical Industry of Germany

1981

Member of the "Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes"

Selected Activities

  • Editorial board member of  "Colloid & Polymer Science”, “Small”,  "Progress in Polymer Science", "Soft Matter", “Chemistry of Materials”, “EES”, “Materials Horizon”,
    Executive Board Member of Macromolecular Journals of Wiley-VCH
  • Chair of the Council “Nanotechnology” of the World Economic Forum
  • Member of the Berlin Brandenburgische Academy of Sciences (2010 – 2015 chairperson of natural sciences)
  • more than 200 completed PhD theses, 60 former coworkers hold leading Professorships, worldwide
  • A larger number of industrial collaborations and consulting activities, including  BASF, Evonik, Firmenich,
    Carbon-Solutions, more than 90 patents

Scientific Expertise

  • Self-Organization and self-assembly of organic and inorganic matter
  • Porous Polymers
  • Biomimetic Materials
  • Chemistry of the Energy and Raw Material Change
  • Green Polymers and Materials
  • Metal free Catalysis, electrocatalysis
  • Metal Free Artificial Photocatalysis

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