Prof. Dr. Peter Hildebrandt
Member of UniCat's Executive Board
Vice-Chair of UniCat since 2007
Vibrational spectroscopy, photoreceptors, metalloenzymes, redox enzymes, spectroelectrochemistry, electron transfer, interfacial processes, photoinduced reactions
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New joint paper by Driess and Hildebrandt in Angewandte Chemie. The first S-oxygenated [NiFe] complex is a structural and vibrational spectroscopic model for the S-oxygenated active site of the NAD+-reducing [NiFe] hydrogenase from Ralstonia eutropha.
Upon receiving grants from EU and Marie Curie Actions, Dr. Zeynep Altintas moved to Berlin University of Technology to conduct multidisciplinary projects in close collaboration with UniCat researchers. UniCat asks her about her research, her cooperation,
Research Highlight "A New Domain of Reactivity for High-Valent Dinuclear [M(µ-O)2M’] Complexes in Oxidation Reactions"
The strikingly different reactivity of a series of homo- and heterodinuclear [(MIII)(µ-O)2(MIII)’]2+ (M=Ni; M’=Fe, Co, Ni and M=M’=Co) complexes with β-diketiminate ligands in electrophilic and nucleophilic oxidation reactions is reported, and can be corre
Professor Stephen P. Cramer from the University of California, Davis will join the UniCat research group of Professor Peter Hildebrandt as Einstein Visiting Fellow.
The temporary Board of the Einstein Centre for Catalysis was constituted during a meeting of the extended UniCat Executive Board on April 26, 2016.
When an organic chemist needs strong reducing power he can turn to elemental alkali metals in an aprotic medium. When a physiological process requires an “energized” electron, it has to realize it without elemental metals as electron source and within an a
New article by seven UniCat groups in Nature Chemical Biology
Very Important Paper (VIP) in "Angewandte Chemie" of the groups of Peter Hildebrandt/Ingo Zebger, Maria-Andrea Mroginski and Oliver Lenz
A professorship at "Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften" (ISAS) in Dortmund as a Director of the Department of Bio-Spectroscopy is offered to Peter Hildebrandt, Professor for Biophysical Chemistry at TU Berlin and Vice Chair
A novel Ag-silica-Au hybrid device is developed that displays a long-range plasmon transfer of Ag to Au leading to enhanced Raman scattering of molecules largely separated from the optically excited Ag surface. You can find the full article of Peter