Invited Lectures

1990

30. Jan.; Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva (Israel).
“Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Studies on Chromium-(III)-cyclam and Chromium-(III)-tetramethlycyclam Complexes”

26. May; 89th Conference of the Deutschen Bunsengesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie e.V., Tübingen (Germany).
“The Effect of N-Methylation on the Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Properties of Trans-Cr-(III)-Cyclam-Compounds”

15. Nov.; Universität zu Köln, Köln (Germany).
“Synthesis, Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Studies on Chromium-(III)-cyclam and Chromium-(III)-tetramethly-cyclam Complexes”

1992

07. April; National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland (USA).
“Redox Reactions of Chromium Porphyrins and Related Studies”

24. Sep.; Universität zu Köln, Köln (Germany).
“Redox Reactions of Chromium Porphyrins and Related Studies”

1993

07. July; National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland (USA).
“Radical-Induced Redox and Addition Reactions with C60”

13. July; 3rd International Conference on Chemical Kinetics, Gaithersburg, Maryland (USA).
“Kinetic Parameters for the Redox and Alkylation Reactions of C60”

28. Oct.; Universität zu Köln, Köln (Germany).
“Electron and Energy Transfer Reactions with C60”

05. Nov.; Strahlenchemiker Treffen’ 93, München-Neuherberg (Germany).
“Electron Transfer Reactions with C60”

1994

10. Mar.; International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials “IWEP NM 94”, Kirchberg, Tirol (Austria).
“Electron Transfer Reactions with C60”

20. May; Universität zu Köln, Köln (Germany).
“Light- and Radical-Induced Redox Studies on C60 and Related Studies”

1995

25. May; 187th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Reno, Nevada (USA).
“Redox and Excitation Studies with C60-Substituted Malonic Acid Derivatives”

20. Sep.; Universität zu Köln, Köln (Germany).
“Stable Monolayers and Langmuir-Blodgett Films of Functionalized Fullerenes”

24. Oct.; Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York (USA).
“Redox and Photophysical Properties of Functionalized Fullerenes”

30. Nov.; 1995 Fall Meeting, Materials Research Society, Boston, Massachusetts (USA).
“Stable Monolayers and Langmuir-Blodgett Films of Functionalized Fullerenes”

1996

15. Feb.; University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana (USA).
“Time-Resolved Pulse Radiolysis and Flash Photolysis of Functionalized Fullerene Derivatives”

08. May; 189th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Los Angeles, California (USA).
“Donor-Bridge-Acceptor Ferrocene C60 Dyads; Photoinduced Electron Transfer via Intramolecular Reductive Quenching”

09. May; 189th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Los Angeles, California (USA).
“Effects of Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Balance and Stereochemistry on the Supramolecular Assembly of Functionalized Fullerenes”

11. June; Universite Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg (France).
“Pulse Radiolytic Studies on Fullerenes”

18. June; Slovak Technical University, Bratislava (Slovak Republic).
“Time-Resolved Pulse Radiolysis and Flash Photolysis of Functionalized Fullerene Derivatives”

08. July; Gordon Research Conference Radiation Chemistry, Newport, Rhode Island (USA).
“Time-Resolved Studies on Fullerenes and Functionalized Fullerene Derivatives”

05. Aug.; 41st SPIE’s Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado (USA).
“Donor-Bridge-Acceptor Ferrocene C60 Dyads; Photoinduced Electron Transfer via Intramolecular Reductive Quenching”

12. Nov.; Max-Planck-Institut Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany).
“Electron Transfer Reactions in Fullerenes”

13. Nov.; University of Padova, Padova (Italy).
“Electron Transfer Reactions in C76, C78, and Functionalized Fullerene Derivatives”

25. Nov.; Universität zu Köln, Köln (Germany).
“Electron Transfer Reactions in C76, C78, and Functionalized Fullerene Derivatives”

1997

11. Mar.; International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials “IWEP NM 97”, Kirchberg, Tirol (Austria).
“Ruthenium (II)/C60 Based Donor-Bridge-Acceptor Dyad: Photoinduced Electron and Energy Transfer”

05. May; 191th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Montreal, Quebec (Canada).
“Flash Photolysis and Pulse Radiolysis Studies on Water-Soluble Fullerene Clusters and Capped Fullerenes”

05. May; 191th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Montreal, Quebec (Canada).
“Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Supramolecular Ruthenium (II)/C60 Dyads”

10. June; 21st DOE Solar Photochemistry Research Conference, Copper Mountain, Colorado (USA).
“Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Supramolecular Fullerene/Ferrocene Systems”

06. July; 25th Annual Meeting American Society for Photobiology, St. Louis, Missouri (USA)
“Pulse Radiolysis and Flash Photolysis on Water Soluble Fullerene Clusters and Capped Fullerenes”

29. July; 43th SPIE’s Annual Meeting, San Diego, California (USA).
“Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Fullerene Containing Donor-Bridge-Acceptor Dyads”

31. July; Pharmacyclics Inc., Sunnyvale, California (USA).
“Pulse Radiolysis, A Powerful Tool for Time-Resolved Investigations in Aqueous Solutions”

09. Sep.; American Chemical Society Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada (USA).
“Pulse Radiolysis on Water Soluble Fullerene Clusters and Capped Fullerenes”

13. Nov.; University of Trieste, Trieste (Italy).
“Reactivity of Fullerenes in Aqueous Solutions, Homogeneous and Heterogenous Approaches”

17. Nov.; University of Padova, Padova (Italy).
“Water-Soluble Fullerenes, Electron Transfer in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Media”

19. Nov.; 15. Vortragstagung “Photochemie” Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, Köln (Germany).
“Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Supramolecular Fullerene/Ferrocene Systems”

04. Dec.; Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma (USA).
“Water-Soluble Fullerenes, Electron Transfer in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Media”

1998

05. May; 193rd Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., San Diego, CA (USA).
“Ruthenium / Fullerene Dyads From Rapid Intramolecular Electron / Energy Transfer to the Generation of Long-Lived Radical Pairs”

05. May; 193rd Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., San Diego, CA (USA).
“[6-6]-Closed and [6-5]-Open Isomers of Aza- and Methanofullerenes Probed by Steady State and Transient Spectroscopy”

10. June; New York University, New York City, NY (USA).
“Fullerenes as Electron and Energy Acceptor Moieties in Photoactive Dyads and Triads”

10. June; New York University, New York City, NY (USA).
“Water-Soluble Fullerenes, Electron Transfer in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Media”

26. June; Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY (USA).
“Fullerenes as Electron and Energy Acceptor Moieties in Photoactive Dyads and Triads”

13. July; Universität Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany).
“Elektronentransfer und Langlebige Ladungstrennung in 3-Dimensionalen p-Systemen am Beispiel von Fullerenen”

17. Aug.; Pharmacyclics Inc., Sunnyvale, CA (USA).
“Photophysical Studies of Metallotexaphyrins; The Measurement of Singlet Oxygen Generated by Lu-Tex and Various Other Metallotexaphyrins”

08. Dec.; Osaka University, Osaka (Japan).
“Charge Separation in Super- and Supramolecular Assemblies; Utilization of Fullerenes as 3-Dimensional Building Blocks and Electron Acceptor Moieties”

11. Dec.; Second ICRS International Symposium and ICRS Conference, Sendai (Japan).
“Fullerenes; Electron Accepting Building Blocks in Photoactive Donor-Bridged-Acceptor Dyads”

12. Dec.; Tohoku University, Sendai (Japan).
“Electron Transfer Reactions in Photoactive Donor-Bridged-Acceptor Dyads”

18. Dec.; Universität Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany).
“Elektronen- und Energietransferstudien in ausgedehnten konjugierten p-Elektronensystemen”

1999

18. Jan.; Universität Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany).
“Darstellung und Charakterisierung von Grenzflächen mit Hilfe der Langmuir Technik”

08. Mar.; University of Padova, Padova (Italy).
“Fullerenes: 3-Dimensional Electron Acceptors”

12. Mar.; Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld (Germany).
“New Concepts for Improving Charge Separation in Fullerene Containing Systems”

15. Mar.; Chemiedozententagung‘99, Oldenburg (Germany).
“Fullerenes; Electron Accepting Building Blocks in Photoactive Donor-Bridged-Acceptor Dyads”

05. May; 195th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Seattle, WA (USA).
“New Concepts for Improving Charge Separation in Fullerene Containing Systems”

13. May; Northwestern University, Evanston, IL (USA).
“Fullerenes: Photosensitizer and Electron Accepting Materials”

24. Aug.; American Chemical Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA (USA).
“Efficient Charge Separation in Non-covalently Linked Dynamic Fullerene Porphyrin Dyads”

01. Sep.; Fullerene‘99 Chateau de Bonas / Toulouse (France).
“Fullerenes: 3-Dimensional Electron Acceptors”

06. Sep.; Universidad Complutense, Madrid (Spain).
“Charge Separation in Tetrathiafulvalene Containing Fullerene Dyads; The Key Role of Gaining Aromatization and Planarity”

02. Nov.; Universität Erlangen, Erlangen (Germany).
“Fullerenhaltige Donor-Akzeptor Systeme: Synthetische Reaktionszentren zur effizienten Ladungstrennung”

2000

10. Jan.; University of Trieste, Trieste (Italy).
“From Photosynthesis to Solar Cells: Fullerenes as Three-dimensional Electron-Acceptors”

13. Jan.; Universität Erlangen, Erlangen (Germany).
“Fullerene als Bausteine für Ladungstrennungs- und Ladungstransport-Systeme”

11. Mar.; International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials “IWEPNM 2000”, Kirchberg, Tirol (Austria).
“Electron Transfer in Fullerene-based Donor-Acceptor Systems”

21. Mar.; Universität Wien (Austria).
“Ladungstrennung in molekularen 3-dimensionalen Architekturen”

18. April; Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (USA).
“Fullerenes; Electron Accepting Building Blocks in Photoactive Donor-Bridge-Acceptor Systems”

14. May; 197th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Toronto (Canada).
“Small Reorganization Energies in Fullerenes”

16. May; 197th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Toronto (Canada).
“Self-assembled Photoactive Films Containing Donor-linked Fullerenes”

27. June; Gordon Research Conference Radiation Chemistry, Plymouth, NH (USA).
“Fullerenes: Three-Dimensional Electron Acceptor Materials”

30. June; First International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-1),
Dijon, (France).
“Charge Separation in Porphyrin-Fullerene-Based Donor-Acceptor Systems”

26. July; IUPAC Meeting, Photochemistry, Dresden (Germany).
“Charge Separation in Fullerene-Based Donor-Acceptor Systems”

27. July; Institut für Festkörper- und Werkstofforschung, Dresden (Germany).
“Ladungstrennung in molekularen 3-dimensionalen Architekturen”

28. July; Universität Erlangen, Erlangen (Germany).
“Charge Separation in Porphyrin-Fullerene-Based Donor-Acceptor Systems”

14. Aug.; Gordon Research Conference Electron Donor-Acceptor Interactions
Newport, RI (USA).
“Charge Separation in Fullerene-Containing Donor-Acceptor Materials”

7. Sep.; University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures: From Fullerenes to Nanotubes. Their Implementation into Donor Acceptor Ensembles”

13. Nov.; Nanoscience/Nanotechnology ,Virginia Tech., VA (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures: From Fullerenes to Nanotubes. Their Implementation into Donor Acceptor Ensembles”

2001

27. Feb.; European Photochemistry Association, Lausanne (Switzerland).
“Carbon Nanostructures: From Fullerenes to Nanotubes. Their Implementation into Donor Acceptor Ensembles”

9. Mar; International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials “IWEPNM 2001”, Kirchberg, Tirol (Austria).
“Construction of Photoelectrochemical Electrodes Based on Single Wall Nanotubes”

28. Mar; 198th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Washington DC (USA).
“Radiation Chemistry of Carbon Materials”

29. Mar; 198th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Washington DC (USA).
“Molecular Engineering of C60-based Conjugated Oligomer Ensembles”

29. Mar.; Georgetown University, Washington DC (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures: From Fullerenes to Nanotubes. Their Implementation into Donor Acceptor Ensembles”

30. Mar.; University of Maryland, College Park, MD (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures: From Fullerenes to Nanotubes. Their Implementation into Donor Acceptor Ensembles”

10. April; 22nd Miller Conference; Windermere (UK).
“Fullerenes; 3-Dimensional Carbon Cages”

19. May; FUNCARS Meeting; Wien (Austria).
“Carbon Nanostructures”

24. May; University of Padova, Padova (Italy).
“Fullerene Photovoltaics”

3. Sep.; 199th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., San Francisco, CA (USA).
“Fullerene Dendrons & Oligomers, Unique Model Systems for Energy and Electron Transfer”

3. Sep.; 199th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., San Francisco, CA (USA).
“Charge-Transfer in Fullerene Porphyrin Ensembles”

6. Sep.; Pharmacyclics Inc., Sunnyvale, CA (USA).
“Metallotexaphrins; A Comparative Study of Transition Metal and Lanthanide Complexes”

18. Sep.; Strahlenchemiker Treffen’ 01, Naumburg (Germany).
“Charge Separation in Fullerene-Based TTF and extendedTTF Ensembles”

21. Sep.; Institue of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Warsaw (Poland).
“Synergetic Integration of Fullerenes and Porphyrins into Antenna and Reaction Center Constructs”

25. Sep.; Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan (Poland).
“Fullerene-Porphyrin Based Antenna and Reaction Center Constructs”

26. Sep.; University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg (France).
“Synergetic Integration of Fullerenes and Porphyrins into Antenna and Reaction Center Constructs”

27. Sep.; Institut de Physique et Chimie des Materiaux de Strasbourg, Strasbourg (France).
“Nanostructured Fullerene Materials”

2002

6. Jan.; 3rd Asian Photochemistry Conference APC – 2002, Lonavala (India).
“Charge Separation in Carbon Nanostructures; Fullerenes and Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes”

15. Jan.; Universität Marburg, Marburg (Germany).
“Carbon-Based Nanostructured Materials; Fullerenes and Nanotubes”

4. Mar.; Università degli Studi di Lecce, Lecce (Italy).
“Synergetic Integration of Fullerenes and Porphyrins into Antenna and Reaction Center Constructs”

6. Mar.; Università degli Studi di Lecce, Lecce (Italy).
“Nanostructured Fullerene Materials”

8. Mar.; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid (Spain).
“Integration of Fullerene and Porphyrin Tectons into Antenna and Reaction Center Constructs”

11. Mar.; Universidad Complutense, Madrid (Spain).
“Charge-Separation in Fullerene-Based Nanostructures; Porphyrins, Oligomers and Dendrimers”

2. May; Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany).
“Ladungstrennung und Organisation in nanostrukturierten, funktionalen Systemen”

14. May; 201st Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Philadelphia, PA (USA).
“C60 in the Box”

17. May; New York University, New York City, NY (USA).
“Charge Separation and Organization in Nanostructured Functional Systems”

6. June; Graduiertenkolleg Mechanistische und Anwendungsaspekte nichtkonventioneller
Oxidationsreaktionen, Leipzig (Germany).
“Oxidative and Reductive Electron Transfer in Donor-Acceptor Ensembles”

9. June; 25th DOE Solar Photochemistry Research Conference, Airlie, VA (USA).
“Towards Long-Lived Charge Separation in C60-Based Donor-Acceptor Ensembles”

3. July; Second International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-2),
Kyoto (Japan).
“Modulating Charge Transfer Interactions in Strongly Coupled Donor-Acceptor Systems”

5. July; Second International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-2),
Kyoto (Japan).
“A Supramolecular Porphyrin-C60 Assembly; C60 in the Box”

6. July; CREST Symposium on Electron Transfer Chemistry, Osaka (Japan).
“Charge Separation in Nanostructured Ensembles”

19. July; IUPAC Meeting, Photochemistry, Budapest (Hungary).
“Charge Separation in Carbon Nanostructures: Fullerenes and Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes”

27. Sep.; Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures: From Fullerenes to Nanotubes”

4. Oct.; Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH (USA).
“Nanostructured Fullerene Materials”

30. Oct.; Tampere University of Technology, Tampere (Finland).
“Charge-Separation in Fullerene Nanostructures”

8. Nov.; University of Cologne, Cologne (Germany).
“Charge Separation in Nanostructured Ensembles”

20. Nov.: Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures: From Fullerenes to Nanotubes”

2003

4. Jan.; 14th Inter American Photochemical Society Meeting, Clearwater, FL (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures: From Fullerenes to Nanotubes. Their Implementation into Donor Acceptor Ensembles”

24. Jan.; Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan).
“Charge-Separation in Carbon-Based Nanostructures”

13. Mar.; Indian University North, Gary, IN (USA).
“Fullerene Nanostructures”

29. April; 203rd Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Paris (France).
“Fullerene – Cytc NanohybridsPhotoinduced Electron Transfer Events”

29. April; 203rd Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Paris (France).
“Layer-by-Layer Constructs for Photoenergy Conversion”

20. May: Universität Wien, Wien (Austria).
“Fullerene and Nanotube Layer-by-Layer Constructs for Photoenergy Conversion”

30. June; IWFAC ‘ 2003, St. Petersburg (Russia).
“Charge Separation and Organization in Nanostructured Functional Systems”

25. July; Gordon Conference on Photochemistry, South Hadlay, MA (USA).
“Supramolecular Donor Acceptor Nanoensembles”

15. Oct.; Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH (USA).
“Novel Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures in Energy Conversion”

20. Oct.; 30th FACCS, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (USA).
“Analytical Emission Assay of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes – Solutions and Dispersions”

6. Nov.; Georgetown University, Washington DC (USA).
“Novel Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures in Energy Conversion”

7. Nov.; Alumni Conference on Common Global Responsibility, Georgetown University (USA).
“Novel Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures in Energy Conversion”

16. Nov.; Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva (Israel).
“Charge Separation Through (in) Molecular Wires: From Conjugated Oligomers to Carbon Nanotubes”

17. Nov.; Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva (Israel).
“Novel Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures in Energy Conversion”

18. Nov.; College of Judea and Samaria, Ariel (Israel).
“Carbon Nanoarchitectures in Energy Conversion”

2004

7. Jan.; Hokkaido University, Sapporo (Japan).
“Novel Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures in Energy Conversion”

9. Jan.; 3rd COE symposium “Elements Science” at Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan).
“Novel Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures in Energy Conversion”

13. Jan.; University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba (Japan).
“Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures”

14. Jan.; The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan).
“Integration of Fullerenes and Nanotubes into Nanoarchitectures”

16. Jan.; Kyushu University, Fukuora (Japan).
“Supramolecular Fullerene – and Nanotube – Architectures in Energy Conversion”

17. Jan.; Osaka University, Osaka (Japan).
“Nanotubes; Versatile Platform for Donor – Acceptor Chemistry”

8. March; Universität Bern, Bern (Switzerland).
“Novel Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures in Energy Conversion”

9. March; EPFL Lausanne, Lausanne (Switzerland).
“Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures”

10. March; University of Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel (Switzerland).
“Integration of Fullerenes and Nanotubes into Nanoarchitectures”

11. March; University of Fribourg, Fribourg (Switzerland).
“Supramolecular Fullerene – and Nanotube – Architectures in Energy Conversion”

12. March; University of Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel (Switzerland).
“Nanotubes; Versatile Platform for Donor – Acceptor Chemistry”

11. May; 205th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., San Antonio, TX (USA).
“Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes into Donor-Acceptor Nanohybrids”

8. June; 27th DOE Solar Photochemistry Research Conference, Airlie, VA (USA).
“Integrating Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes into Donor-Acceptor Nanohybrids”

11. June; Wonderfull Meeting, Bamberg (Germany).
“Electrostatic Forces – A Continuing Quest (Agony) for (with) Multifunctional Materials – Fullerenes, Carbon Nanotubes, and Nanoparticles”

16. June: Chemistry Symposium Erlangen – Rennes, Erlangen (Germany).
“Integrating Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes into Donor-Acceptor Nanohybrids”

23. June; Gordon Research Conference Radiation Chemistry, Waterville, MN (USA).
“Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes – New Opportunities for Radiation-Chemical and Photo-Chemical Studies”

14. July: Third International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-3),
New Orleans. LA (USA).
“Nanostructured molecular materials (i.e., fullerenes and single wall carbon nanotubes) for solar energy conversion”

14. Sep.: EURESCO Chemistry and Physics of Multifunctional Materials, Tomar (Portugal).
“Nanostructured molecular materials – fullerenes – and – single wall carbon nanotubes – for solar energy conversion”

11. Oct.: Universität of Innsbruck, Innsbruck (Austria).
“Nanostructured molecular materials for solar energy conversion”

18. Nov.: Universität of Würzburg, Würzburg (Germany).
“Nanostructured molecular materials – fullerenes – and – single wall carbon nanotubes – for solar energy conversion”

22. Nov.: Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH (USA).
“Quasi 1-Dimensional Nanostructues – New Opportunities for Photochemical Sciences”

2005

11. Jan.; Florida University, Gainesville, FL (USA).
“Electrostatic Forces – A Continuing Quest for Multifunctional Materials – Fullerenes, Carbon Nanotubes, and Nanoparticles”

13. Jan.; Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures in Energy Conversion”

14. Jan.; Tulane University, New Orleans, LA (USA).
“Quasi 1-Dimensional Nanostructures – New Opportunities for Solar Energy Conversion”

7. Mar.; Workshop on Transport Through Single Molecules, Leiden (The Netherlands)
“Quasi 1-Dimensional Nanostructures – New Opportunities for Donor-Acceptor Hybrids”

31. Mar.; 15. Vortragstagung “Photochemie” Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, Jena (Germany)
“Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes in Solar Energy Conversion”

2. April; Modern Trends In Nanotechnologly & Supramolecular Assemblies, Ahmedabad (India)
“Carbon Nanotubes for Solar Energy Conversion”

16. May; 1st INEST Meeting, Williamsburg, VA (USA).
“Carbon Nanotubes: Novel Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites”

17. May; 207th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Quebec City, (Canda).
“Carbon Nanotubes for Solar Energy Conversion”

17. May; 207th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Quebec City, (Canda).
“Electrostatic Interactions by Design; Versatile Methodology towards Multifunctional Ensembles”

17. May; 207th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Quebec City, (Canda).
“Electrostatic Interactions by Design; Versatile Methodology towards Multifunctional Ensembles”

3. June; DIS Retirement Symposium, New York University, NY (USA).
“Novel Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites”

7. June: 2nd European Young Investigator Conference, Giezno (Poland).
“Carbon Nanotubes and Molecular Wires – New Opportunities for Radiation-Chemical and Photo-Chemical Investigations”

2. Aug.: SPIE meeting, San Diego, CA (USA).
“Electron Transfer in Carbon Nanostructures”

12. Aug.: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (USA).
“Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites”

1. Sep.: University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN (USA).
“Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites”

13. Sep.: GDCh Jahrestagung, Duesseldorf (Germany).
“Towards Long-lived Radical Ion Pairs in Carbon Nanostructures”

15. Sep.: Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid (Spain).
“Carbon Nanotubes in Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites”

19. Sep.: Universidad Complutense, Madrid (Spain).
“Carbon Nanotubes in Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites”

4. Nov.: 5. Tag der Fullerene, Rathen (Germany).
“Multifunctional Molecular Carbon Materials – from Fullerenes to Carbon Nanotubes”

4. Dec.: Pacifichem 2005, Honolulu, HI (USA).
“Carbon Nanotubes – Novel Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites”

2006

2. Jan.: Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv (Israel).
“Towards long-lived radical ion pairs in carbon nanostructures”

4. April: IUPAC Meeting, Photochemistry, Kyoto (Japan).
“Novel Opportunities for Electron Transfer – Versatile Carbon Nanostructures”

8. April: ISFLST, Osaka (Japan).
“New Multifunctional Molecular Materials for Photoconversion Processes”

29. April: SONS Workshop – Functional Molecular Nanostructures, Kloster Irsee (Germany).
“Tuning Charge Transport Through Molecular Wires – A Photochemical Approach”

4. May: National Renewable Energy Laboratories, Golden, CO (USA).
“”Novel Opporunities for Electron Transfer””

5. May: Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO (USA).
“”Novel Opporunities for Electron Transfer – Versatile Carbon Nanostructures””

8. May: 209th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Denver, CO (USA).
“”Testing Molecular Wires””

9. May: 209th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Denver, CO (USA).
“Combining Metalloporphyrins with Multifunctional Molecular Carbon Materials”

2. June: InterConsortia Meeting “Truly the Gist”, Villasimius (Italy).
“Recent Breakthroughs in Electron-Donor-Acceptor Interactions”

9. June: Universida de Santiago, Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
“Versatile Carbon Nanostructures”

27. June: Universit t of Kassel, Kassel (Germany).
“Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposites”

30. June: SONS Conference 2006, Pisa (Italy)
“Testing Molecular Wires”

3. July: 16th International Conference on Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy IPS-16, Uppsala (Sweden)
“Novel Opportunities for Electron Transfer – Versatile Carbon Nanostructures”

4. July: 20th International Symposium on Radical Ion Reactivity, Rome (Italy).
“Multifunctional Molecular Carbon Materials – from Fullerenes to Carbon Nanotubes”

6. July: Fourth International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-4), Rome (Italy).
“Bioinspired assemblies of carbon nanostructures for photochemical energy conversion”

7. July: Fourth International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-4), Rome (Italy).
“Combining metalloporphyrins with multifunctional molecular carbon materials: from fullerene to carbon nanotubes”

25. July: Gordon Research Conference Radiation Chemistry, Salve Regina, RI (USA).
“Molecularly Controlled Nanostructures and Nanostructure Templates for Solar Energy Conversion”

14. Aug.: Gordon Research Conference Radiation Chemistry, Salve Regina, RI (USA).
“Integrating Carbon Nanostructures into Electron Donor Acceptor Units”

20. Sep.: SloNano 2006, Ljubljana (Solvenia).
“Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes in Solar Energy Conversion”

9. Oct.: COST D35 WG Meeting, Lund (Sweden).
“Super- and Supramolecular Approaches Towards Reaction Center Mimics”

31. Oct: 210th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Cancun (Mexico).
“Novel Opportunties for Electron Transfer: Versatile Carbon Nanostructures”

28. Nov.: 2006 Fall Meeting, Materials Research Society, Boston, Massachusetts (USA).
“Nanoscale carbon materials for solar energy conversion”

29. Nov.: 2006 Fall Meeting, Materials Research Society, Boston, Massachusetts (USA).
“Novel opportunities for electron transfer – versatile carbon” nanotubes”

20. Dec.: University of Marburg, Marburg (Germany).
“Nanoscale carbon materials for solar energy conversion”

2007

11. Jan.: University of Kiel, Kiel (Germany).
“Nanoscale carbon materials for solar energy conversion”

6. Mar.: Nara University, Nara (Japan).
“Towards long-lived radical ion pairs in carbon nanostructures”

8. Mar.: International Symposium on Advanced Science and Biotechnology, Osaka (Japan).
“Carbon Nanotube Nanoconjugates and Nanohybrids – Electron Donor Acceptor Interactions”

13. Mar.: Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan).
“Carbon Nanostructures and Porphyrins – Exciting Opportunities for Solar Energy Conversion”

15.April: 25th Miller Conference, High Peak, Derbyshire (United Kingdom).
“Radical ion pair states – radiolysis versus photolysis”

19. April: Bayer Krefeld, Krefeld (Germany).
“Carbon Based Electron Donor Acceptor Hybrids for Solar Energy Conversion”

8. May: 211th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Chicago (USA).
“Implementing Molecular Wires in Porphyrin Ensembles”

9. May: 211th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Chicago (USA).
“Carbon Based Electron Donor Acceptor Hybrids for Solar Energy Conversion”

9. May: 211th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Chicago (USA).
“Linking Fullerenes to Electron Donors – from Conjoined Twins to Nanomachines”

11. May: 2007 CNM Users Meeting, Chicago (USA).
“Functionalized carbon nanostructures: Synthesis and applications in photovoltaics and biology”

28. May: Gordon Research Conference Organic Thin Films, Aussois (France).
“Hybrid Materials for Solar Energy Conversion”

9. June: The Young(-ish!) Giants of Chemistry, Edinburgh (Scotland).
“Nanotubes see the light”

21. June: 36th National Congress on Physical Chemistry, Gallipoli (Italy)
“Carbon Based Electron Donor Acceptor Hybrids for Solar Energy Conversion”

26. June: NT07 – 8th International Conference on the Science and Application of Nanotubes, Ouro Preto (Brazil)
“Carbon Nanotube Nanoconjugates and Nanohybrids – Electron Donor Acceptor Interactions”

2. July: University of Regensburg, Regensburg (Germany)
“Nanotubes see the light”

5. July: University of Goettingen, Goettingen (Germany)
“Hybrid Materials for Solar Energy Conversion”

31. Aug.: NanotecC07, Brighton (UK)
“Carbon Nanostructures for Solar Energy Conversion”

13. Sep.: Leibnitz Institut fuer Oberflaechenmodifizierung, Leipzig (Germany)
“Carbon Nanotube Nanoconjugates and Nanohybrids – Electron Donor Acceptor Interactions”

28. Sep.: University of Dijon, Dijon (France)
“Electron Donor Acceptor Interactions”

2008

7. Jan.; Systems Chemistry – From Visions to Reality, Berlin (Germany)
“Carbon Nanostructures – Integrative Components in Multifuncational Molecular Materials”

9. Jan.; Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai (India)
“Carbon Nanostructures”

10. Jan.; Trombay Symposium on Radiation and Photochemistry, Pune (India)
“Towards Long-Lived Radical Ion Pairs in Carbon Nanostructures”

11. Jan.; PUWORP-2008, Pune (India)
“Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Carbon Nanostructures”

1. Feb.; WISPOC 2008, Brixen (Italy)
“Contrasting Photolytically and Radiolytically Formed Radical Ion Pairs”

8. April; ChemOnTubes International Meeting on the Chemistry of Nanotubes : Science and Applications, Zaragoza (Spain)
“Carbon Nanostructures – Integrative Components in Multifunctional Molecular Materials”

2. May; Workshop Frauenwörth Nanosystems Initiative Munich (NIM), Fraueninsel (Germany)
“Carbon Nano Hybrids for Solar Energy Conversion”

20. May; 211th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Phoenix, AZ (USA).
“Relationship Between Chemical Nature and Long-Range Electron Transfer “Testing Molecular Wires”

20. May; 211th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Phoenix, AZ (USA).
“Carbon Nanostructures – Integrative Components in Multifunctional Molecular Materials”

21. May; 211th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Phoenix, AZ (USA).
“Control over Charge Transfer in Phthalocyanine Electron Donor-Acceptor Conjugates”

7. July; Fifth International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-5), Moscow (Russia).
“Control over Charge transfer in Phthalocyanine / Porphyrin Electron Donor-Acceptor Conjugates”

10 July; Von der Grundlagenforschung zur praktischen Anwendung – Symposium Intelligente Oberflächen, Nurenberg (Germany)
“Multifunktionale Oberflächen für Solarenergie-Umwandlung”

14. July; Third Joint International Symposium on Macrocyclic & Supramolecular Chemistry, Las Vegas, NV (USA)
“Fullerene Architectures Made to Order: Biomimetic Motifs- _Design, Features and Benefits”

23. July, 38th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Jerusalem (Isreal)
“Linking Coordination Compounds to Fullerenes – From Conjoined Twins to Nanomachines”

31. July, 17th International Conference on Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy IPS-17, Sydney (Australia)
“Carbon Nano Hybrids for Solar Energy Conversion”

6. Sep.; 8th International Conference on Pulse Investigations in Chemistry, Biology and Physics, Krakow (Poland)
“Novel carbon nanostructures – time resolved radiolytic and photolytic investigations”

18. Sep.; 2nd EuCheMS, Turin (Italy)
“Carbon Nanostructures – Integrative Components in Multifunctional Molecular Materials”

8. Oct.; 21. Vortragstagung der Fachgruppe Photochemie der GDCh, Bielefeld (Germany)
“Novel Carbon Nanostructures”

11. Nov.; 4th Flash Conference, El Escorial (Spain)
“Novel Carbon Nanostructures – Time Resolved Radiolytic and Photolytic Techniques”

13. Nov.; University of Ciudad Real, Ciudad Real (Spain)
“Doping Carbon Nanotubes”

25. Nov.; University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg (Germany)
“Doping Carbon Nanotubes”

27. Nov.; Second NanoEnergy Talks, Duisburg (Germany)
“Carbon Nanostructures in Solar Energy Conversion Devices”

27. Nov.; 2008 Fall Meeting, Materials Research Society, Boston, Massachusetts (USA).
“Doping Carbon Nanotubes”

18. Dec.; University of Geneva, Geneva (Switzerland)
“Novel Carbon Nanostructures”

2009

3. Feb.; University of Mainz, Mainz (Germany)
“Solar Energy Conversion with Carbon Nanostructures”.

27. Feb.; Tuskuba University, Tsukuba (Japan)
“Charge Transfer with Endohedral Metallofullerenes”

7. April.; University of Florida, Gainesville (USA)
“Nanotubes See the Light”

22. May; International Workshop on Materials and Devices for Solar Energy Conversion, Wichia State University. Wichita, KS (USA).
“Manipulating Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes”

25. May; 213th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., San Francisco, CA (USA)
“Charge Transfer between Porphyrins / Phthalocyanines and Carbon Nanostructures”

26. May; 213th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., San Francisco, CA (USA)
“Improving the Charge Transfer Interactions in Carbon Nanotube Donor Acceptor Systems”

8. June; European Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, Strasbourg (France).
“Bioinspired Carbon Nano Hybrids for Solar Energy Conversion”

25. June; International Symposium on Macrocyclic & Supramolecular Chemistry, Maastricht (The Netherlands).
“Doping Carbon Nanotubes”

2. July; International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies, Singapore (Singapore).
“Carbon Nanotube Solar Energy Conversion Devices”

9. July: Gordon Research Conference Photochemistry, Bryant College, RI (USA)
“Carbon Nanostructures – Supramolecular Approach to Power Solar Energy Conversion”

23. July; University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen (Germany)
“Fullerenes and Nanotubes See the Light”

31. July; University of Vigo, Vigo (Spain)
“Fullerenes and Nanotubes See the Light”

7. Aug.; 42nd IUPAC Congress, Glasgow (UK)
“Carbon Nanotube Solar Energy Conversion Devices”

3. Sep.; 8th Torunian Carbon Symposium, Torun (Poland)
“Fullerenes and Nanotubes See the Light”

9. Sep.; Molecular Modeling Workshop 2009, Erlangen (Germany)
“Molecular Wires”

6. Oct.; 216th ECS Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Vienna (Austria)
“Trans-2 Addition Pattern to Trigger Charge Transfer in Transition Metal Porphyrins”

13. Oct.; Symposium on “Carbon-based Nanomaterials: from Chemistry to Applications, Strasbourg (France)
“Nanotubes See the Light”

28. Oct.; 2nd European School on Molecular Nanoscience, Benidorm (Spain)
“Nanotubes See the Light”

2010

  1. Jan.; IRMG Meeting, Koster Banz (Germany)

“Toward long-lived charge separation – a mechanistic / kinetic view”

 

  1. Jan.; Confluence of Supramolecular Chemistry and Nanoscience, Ahmedabad (India)

“A supramolecular approach toward nanotube based solar energy conversion”

 

  1. Jan.; KIT, Karlsruhe (Germany)

“Nanotubes See the Light”

 

  1. Feb.; University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan)

“Highly Functionalized Fullerene Derivatives for Solar Energy Conversion”

 

  1. Feb.; University of Kyoto, Kyoto (Japan)

“Artificial Photosynthesis”

 

  1. Feb.; ICIQ, Taragona (Spain)

“Nanotubes See the Light”

 

  1. March; XXIVth International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials, Kirchberg (Austria)

“Nanotubes See the Light”

 

  1. April; 217th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Vancouver (Canada)

“Novel Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites”

 

  1. April; 217th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Vancouver (Canada)

“Functionalized Fullerenes: Synthesis and Functions”

 

  1. May; IWMM, Sanxenxo (Spain)

“Artificial Photosynthesis”

 

  1. May; LMU, Munich (Germany)

“Towards long-lived charge separation”

 

  1. June; 27th CCS Meeting, Xiamen (China)

“Long-lived charge separation”

 

  1. June; ChemSocRev International Symposium, Shanghai (China)

“Nanotubes See the Light”

 

  1. June; ChemSocRev International Symposium, Beijing (China)

“Nanotubes See the Light”

 

  1. July; Sixth International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-6), New Mexico (USA)

“Dendronizing and Metalating trans-2 C60 – Tetraaryl Porphyrins”

 

  1. July; International Symposium on Advancing the Chemical Science – Challenges in Physical Chemistry and Nanoscience, Budapest (Hungary)

“Nanoscale carbon materials for solar energy conversion”

 

  1. Aug.; 240th ACS National Meeting, Boston (USA)

 

  1. Oct.; University of Crete, Heraklion (Crete)

“Nanoscale carbon materials for solar energy conversion”

 

  1. Oct.; FSAS-2010, Hersonissos (Crete)

“Chirality dependent charge transfer in carbon nanotubes”

 

  1. Oct.; ESMolNa 2010, Mira Flores (Spain)

“Solar Energy Conversion”

 

  1. Oct.; Zing Conferenence on Solar Fuels, Cancun (Mexico)

“Nanoscale carbon materials for solar energy conversion”

 

  1. Nov.; Surrey University, (UK)

“Future Solar Energy Technologies”

 

  1. Dec.; Pacifichem 2010, Honolulu, HI (USA).

“Nanoscale carbon materials for solar energy conversion”

 

  1. Dec.; Pacifichem 2010, Honolulu, HI (USA).

“Chirality dependent charge transfer in carbon nanotubes”

 

2011

  1. Jan.; Wudl Symposium 2011, Santa Barbara, CA (USA)

“Charge Transfer in Multifunctional Molecular Materials”

 

  1. Jan.; Symposium on Chemical Energy Conversion, Berlin (Germany)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis”

 

  1. Feb.; ACES “Nanostructured Electromaterials & New Materials for Energy” Symposium, Wollongong (Australia)

“Carbon Nanostructures in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Feb.; University of New South Wales, Sydney (Australia)

“Tuning Long Range Electron Transfer”

 

  1. Feb. ; University of Melbourne, Melbourne (Australia)

“Carbon Nanostructures in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. April; University of Giessen, Giessen (Germany)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis”

 

  1. April; Rutgers University, Newark, NJ (USA)

“Testing Molecular Wires”

 

  1. May; 219th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Montreal (Canada)

“Towards Tunable Graphene / Phthalocyanine-PPV Hybrid Systems”

 

  1. May; 219th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Montreal (Canada)

“Linking Metallofullerenes to Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines”

 

  1. May; University of Cologne, Cologne (Germany)

“Carbon Nanostructures in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. May; Europe – US Workshop Solar Fuels: Light Capture and Electron Flow, Prague (Czech Republic)

“Towards Long-Lived Radical Ion Pairs in Carbon Nanostructures – Empty Fullerenes versus Endohedral Metallofullerenes”

 

  1. May; Max Planck Institute Stuttgart, Stuttgart (Germany)

“Carbon Nanostructures in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. June; Gordon Research Conference Physical Organic Chemistry, Plymouth, NH (USA)

“New Insights into Long Range Charge Transfer in Electron Donor Acceptor Conjugates”

 

  1. July; BienalRSEQ2011,Valencia (Spain)

“Carbon Nanostructures in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Aug.; Global Artificial Photosynthesis Conference Lord Howe Island (Australia)

“Recent Developments in Molecular Donor-Acceptor Arrays Based on Empty Fullerenes and Endohedral Metallofullerenes”

 

  1. Aug.; 242nd ACS National Meeting, Denver, CO (USA)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis Based on Low Dimensional Carbon”

 

  1. Sept.; 155th Faraday Discussions Artificial Photosynthesis, Edinburgh (Scotland)

“Decorating Polyelectrolyte Wrapped SWNTs with CdTe quantum dots for solar energy conversion”

 

  1. Sept.; 1st BIOSOL, Chania (Greece)

“Carbon nanostructures in solar energy conversion schemes”

 

  1. Oct.; 4th European School on Molecular Nanoscience, Peniscola (Spain)

“Molecular Materials for Optoelectronics”

 

  1. Nov.; University of Glasgow, Glasgow (Scotland)

“Carbon Materials for Solar Energy Conversion”

 

  1. Dec.; Tokyo University, Tokyo (Japan)

“Novel Fullerene Based Electron Donor Acceptor Conjugates and Hybrids”

 

  1. Dec.; 1st International Symposium on the Creation of Functional Materials, Tsukuba (Japan)

“Towards Long-Lived Radical Ion Pairs in Carbon Nanostructures – Empty Fullerenes versus Endohedral Metallofullerenes”

 

2012

  1. Jan.; Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot (Israel)

“Nanocarbons”

 

  1. Feb.; Ewha Womans University, Seoul (Korea)

“Novel Fullerene Based Electron Donor Acceptor Conjugates and Hybrids”

 

  1. Feb.; Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan)

“Towards Long-Lived Radical Ion Pairs in Carbon Nanostructures”

 

  1. Feb.; Nagoya University, Nagoya (Japan)

“Towards Long-Lived Radical Ion Pairs in Carbon Nanostructures”

 

  1. Mar.; 26th IWEPNM, Kirchberg (Austria)

“Tuning the electronic structure of low dimensional nanocarbons by means of charge transfer”

 

  1. Mar.; Nanolaboratories, Buckinghamshire (UK)

“Endohedral metallofullerenes – filled fullerene derivatives towards multifunctional reaction center mimics”

 

  1. Mar.; University of Michigan, Ann Arbour, MI (USA)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis Based on Low Dimensional Carbons”

 

  1. Mar.; University of Bochum, Bochum (Germany)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis Based on Low Dimensional Carbons”

 

  1. Apr.; 2012 MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA (USA)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis Based on Low Dimensional Carbons”

 

  1. Apr.; University of Aachen, Aachen (Germany)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis Based on Low Dimensional Carbons”

 

  1. May; 221st ECS Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Seattle, WA (USA)

“Covalent and Non-covalent Binding of Tetrathiafulvalene to Carbon Nanotubes”

 

  1. May; 221st ECS Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Seattle, WA (USA)

“A Charge Transfer Challenge – Combining Fullerenes and Metalloporphyrins in Aqueous Environments”

 

  1. May; RSC Roadshow 2012, Birmingham (UK)

“Low dimensional carbon in solar energy conversion schemes”

 

  1. July; Seventh International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-7) Jeju Island (Korea)

“Porphrinoid Systems as Efficient Exfoliating Agents for Graphite that Dope Single Layer Graphene”

 

  1. July; 2nd Symposium on Carbon Nanoforms, AIST (Japan)

“Implementation of Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion”

 

  1. Aug.; Gordon Research Conference Electron Donor Acceptor Interactions, Newport, RI (USA)

“Low dimensional carbon allotropes in solar energy conversion schemes”

 

  1. Aug.;; 4th EuCheMS, Prague (Czech Republik)

“Artificial Photosynthesis – Low Dimensional Carbons”

 

  1. Sept.; Chinese German Workshop, Xian (China)

“Artificial Photosynthesis – Low Dimensional Carbons”

 

  1. Sept.; 40th ICCC, Valencia (Spain)

“nterfacing nanocarbons with coordination compounds for solar energy conversion schemes”

 

  1. Oct.; Black Forest Focus 8: Electronic and Exictonic Transport in Soft Matter, Schuchsee (Germany)

“Low dimensional nanocarbons in solar energy conversion schemes”

 

  1. Oct.; Innauguration of Solartechnologies Go Hybrid, Munich (Germany)

“Carbon Allotropes in Solar Technologies”

 

  1. Oct.; University of Crete, Heraklion (Greece)

“Artificial Photosynthesis ‐ from Light Harvesting to Catalysis”

 

  1. Nov.; University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart (Germany)

“Low Dimensional Nanocarbon – Artificial Photosynthesis”

 

  1. Nov.; 2012 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, Boston, MA (USA)

“Towards Multifunctional Wet Chemically Functionalized Graphene – Integration of Oligomeric, Molecular, and Particulate Building Blocks”

 

2013

  1. Jan.; University of Hamburg, Hamburg (Germany)

“Nanocarbons”

 

  1. Feb.; 8th Annual International Electromaterials Science Symposium, Wollongong (Australia)

“Implementation of Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Mar.; 28th Miller Conference in Radiation Chemistry, Dead Sea (Israel)

“Low Dimensional Nanocarbon for Solar Energy Conversion – Radiolytic and Photolytic Assays”

 

  1. April; Light-Harvesting Processes, LHP 2013, Kloster Banz (Germany)

“Interfacing Nanocarbons with Light Harvester for the Realization of Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. April; University of Augsburg, Augsburg (Germany)

“Kohlenstoffreiche Hybride – photoinduzierte Elektronen- oder Energietransferprozesse”

 

  1. May; 221st ECS Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Toronto (Canada)

“Towards Multifunctional Wet Chemically Functionalized Graphene – Integration of Oligomeric, Molecular, and Particulate Building Blocks”

 

  1. May; 221st ECS Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Toronto (Canada)

“Implementation of Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. May; 221st ECS Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Toronto (Canada)

“Dendritic Metalloporphyrin-Fullerene Conjugates – Changing the Microenvironment around Redox-active Centers and its Impact on Charge Transfer Reactions”

 

  1. June; 1st International Symposium on Nanocarbons, Hefei (China)

“Implementation of Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. June; Jiaotong University Xi’an (China)

“Low Dimensional Nanocarbons”

 

  1. June; Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan (China)

“Carbon Leaves – Tuning the Electronic Structure of Low Dimensional Nanocarbons by Means of Charge Transfer”

 

  1. June; Supramolecular Functional Materials for Organic Electronics, Strasbourg (France)

“Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. July; 20th International Symposium on the Photophysics and Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds, Traverse City, MI (USA)

“Interfacing Nanocarbons with Coordination Compounds for Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. July; Gordon Research Conference Photochemistry, Stonehill College, Easton, MA (USA)

“Electron Transfer in Low Dimensional Nanocarbons

 

  1. July; Symposium “Nanosystems for Solar Energy Conversion”, Munich (Germany)

“Wet Chemically Functionalized Graphene for Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. July ICP 2013, Leuven (Belgium)

“Towards Long-Lived Charge Separation – a Mechanistic / Kinetic View”

 

  1. Sep.; 246nd ACS National Meeting, Indianapolis, IN (USA)

“Graphene and Graphene Nanohybrids”

 

  1. Sep.; 3rd Symposium on Carbon Nanoforms Madrid (Spain)

“Graphene and Graphene Nanohybrids”

 

  1. Sep.; University of Nottingham, Nottingham (UK)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis Based on Low Dimensional Carbon”

 

  1. Oct.; 1st Erlangen Wollongong Workshop, Wollongong (Australia)

“Carbon Leaves – Artificial Photosynthesis Based on Low Dimensional Carbon”

 

  1. Dec.; 2013 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, Boston, MA (USA)

“Nanocarbon-based dye-sensitized solar cells”

 

2014

  1. Feb.; 9th Annual International Electromaterials Symposium, Wollongong (Australia)

“Nanocarbon-based dye-sensitized solar cells”

 

  1. Feb.; Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Hubei (China)

“Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Feb.; Hong Kong University, Hong Kong (China)

“Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Mar.; 247th ACS National Meeting, Dallas, TX (USA)

“Using light to probe and tune and the properties of synthetic carbon allotropes”

 

  1. May; 225th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Orlando, FL (USA)

“Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. May; 225th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Orlando, FL (USA)

“Towards Long Lived Charge Separation”

 

  1. Jun.; Universidada de Averio, Averio (Portugal)

“Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Jun; Eight International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-8) Istanbul (Turkey)

“Towards Long-Lived Charge Separation From a Mechanistic and Kinetic View”

 

  1. July; Carbon in Electrochemistry Faraday Discussion 172, Sheffield (UK)

“Creating and Testing Carbon Interfaces – Integrating Oligomeric Phthalocyanines onto Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes”

 

  1. Aug.; Challenges in Nanoscience ISACS 15, San Diego CA (USA)

“Wet Chemically Functionalized Graphene For Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Aug.; XXIII International Materials Research Congress, Cancun (Mexico)

“Nanocarbons for optoelectronic applications”

 

  1. Oct.; KAUST workshop, Thuwal (Saudi Arabia)

“The World of Nanocarbons”

 

  1. Nov.; RSC India Roadshow – Symposium on Analytical and Supramolecular chemistry, New Dehli (India)

“Nanocarbons – Supramolecular Approaches towards Novel Electron Donor Acceptor Materials”

 

  1. Nov.; RSC India Roadshow – Symposium on Analytical and Supramolecular chemistry, Hyderabad (India)

“Nanocarbons – Supramolecular Approaches towards Novel Electron Donor Acceptor Materials”

 

  1. Nov.; RSC India Roadshow – Symposium on Analytical and Supramolecular chemistry, Madras (India)

“Nanocarbons – Supramolecular Approaches towards Novel Electron Donor Acceptor Materials”

 

2015

  1. Feb.; University of Miami, Miami, FL (USA)

“The World of Nanocarbons”

 

  1. Feb.; 10th Annual International Electromaterials Symposium, Wollongong (Australia)

“Molecular Singlet Fission”

 

  1. Mar.; 249thACS National Meeting, Denver, CO (USA)

“Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Mar.; 16th Topical Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry, Angra dos Reis (Brazil)

Nanocarbons in Solar Energy Conversion Schemes

 

  1. April; Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan)

“Molecular Singlet Fission”

 

  1. April; Symposium of Perspective of Electron-Transfer Chemistry, Osaka (Japan)

“Electron Transfer in Nanocarbons”

 

  1. April; 1st International Conference on π-Space, Osaka (Japan)

“Molecular Singlet Fission”

 

  1. May; 227th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Chicago, IL (USA)

“Taming C60 Fullerene: Tuning Intramolecular Photoinduced Electron Transfer Process with Subphthalocyanines”

 

  1. May; 227th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Chicago, IL (USA)

“Nanocarbons for Optoelectronic Applications”

 

  1. May; 227th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Chicago, IL (USA)

“Carbon Nanodots – Towards a Comprehensive Understanding of their Photoluminescence”

 

  1. July; 16thInternational Symposium on Novel Aromatic Compounds, Madrid (Spain)

“Molecular Singlet Fission”

 

  1. Sep.; 6th International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology, Beijing (China)

“Nanocarbons”

 

  1. Oct.; University of California Riverside, Riverside, CA (USA)

“Tuning the Optoelectronic Properties of Nanocarbons “

 

  1. Nov.; University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA (USA)

“Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Dez.; Pacifichem 2015, Honolulu, HI (USA).

“Ultrasound-induced Transformation of Fluorescent Organic Nanoparticles from a Molecular Rotor into Rhomboidal Nanocrystals with Enhanced Emission”

 

  1. Dez.; Pacifichem 2015, Honolulu, HI (USA).

“Nanocarbons for Optoelectronic Applications”

 

2016

  1. Feb.; SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA (USA)

“CuO and NiO Photoelectrodes”

 

  1. Jan.; Phthlalocyanines and Close Friends, Elche (Spain)

“Combining Phthlalocyanines and Subphthlalocyanines with Nanocarbons”

 

  1. April; 1st International Symposium on Singlet Fission and Photon Fusion, Gothenburg

                 (Sweden)

“Molecular Singlet Fission – Intramolecular Triplet Formation in Pentacene Dimers”

 

  1. May; Technical University Delft, Delft (Netherlands)

“Nanocarbons for Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. May; 229th Meeting, The Electrochemical Society Inc., San Diego, CA (USA)

“A Carbon Carbon Hybrid – Immobilizing Carbon Nanodots and Carbon Nanotubes”

 

  1. June; 3rd International Conference on the Challenges and Perspectives of Functional

Nanostructures, Ilemenau (Germany)

“Nanocarbons for Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. July; 2016 International Symposium for Metal Porphyrins and Phthlalocyanines, Beijing

                 (China)

“Porphyrins – Toward Long-Lived Charge Separation From a Mechanistic and Kinetic View”

 

  1. July; Nanjing University, Nanjing (China)

“Tuning nanocarbons for Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. July; Neinth International Conference on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (ICPP-9)

                 Nanjing (China)

“Integrating Porphyrins / Phthalocyanines and Nanocarbons into Novel Optoelectronic Materials”

 

  1. Oct.; Project Meeting FOR 1616, Mainz (Germany)

“Tuning nanocarbons for Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Nov.; North Carolina State University, Durham, NC (USA)

“Tuning Molecular Singlet Fission”

 

  1. Nov.; Duke University, Durham, NC (USA)

“Tuning nanocarbons for Solar Energy Conversion Schemes”

 

  1. Nov.; Next Generation Solar Energy Meets Nanotechnology, Erlangen (Germany)

“Molecular Singlet Fission”

 

  1. Dec.; 2016 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, Boston, MA (USA)

“Molecular Singlet Fission”

 

  1. Dec.; Autonoma University, Madrid (Spain)

“Intramolecular Singlet Fission”