Prof. Dr. Carolin Müller
The research in Prof. Carolin Müller’s Computational PhotoChemistry Group focuses on the fascinating field of light-induced physical processes and chemical reactions, ranging from electron transfer processes to isomerization. By using advanced computational methods, the mechanisms behind photoinduced phenomena are revealed. A central focus is on the control and optimization of light-driven processes to achieve increased reactivity and efficiency. This research direction is interdisciplinary in nature and not only combines approaches from quantum chemistry and chemoinformatics, but also works closely with experimental, spectroscopic research groups.