Prof. Dr. Matthias Driess
Chair of UniCat since 2007
Metalorganic chemistry, precursor synthesis, molecular models for heterogeneous catalysis, molecular main group and organometallic chemistry
Research Fields in UniCat
* Main Research Fields
Selection of research projects
- Novel coorperating ligands for the heterolytic bond activation
- Transition-metal silylene complexes
- From activating small molecules to hetero bimetallic transition-metal complexes
- Synthesis and characterisation of transition-metal silyline complexes
- New single source precursors for the metal-doping stannic oxide as an alternative to ITO
Interview with the Chair of UniCat published by "Der Tagesspiegel".
Dr. Shigeyoshi Inoue develops novel catalysts within the framework of the research group of Prof. Matthias Driess
Prof. Matthias Driess was honoured by the German Chemical Society (Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker; GDCh). Yesterday, he received the Alfred-Stock Memorial Prize 2010 for his creative and highly innovative achievements in the field of inorganic chemistry.
UniCat extends its network.
Christian Limberg and Matthias Driess are guest editors
From silicon(II)-based dioxygen activation to adducts of elusive dioxasiliranes and sila-ureas stable at room temperature
Prof. Matthias Driess on UniCat in the "Handelsblatt"
Dr. Oliver Lenz and Prof. Driess talk about biocatalysts for obtaining hydrogen
Prof. Matthias Driess has been awarded by the German Chemical Society (Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker; GDCh). He receives the Alfred-Stock Memorial Prize 2010 for his creative and highly innovative achievements in the field of inorganic chemistry.
Yesterday, UniCat's new miniplant was opened with a small ceremonial. Prof. Matthias Driess welcomed about 30 guests, and especially representatives of the supporting companies: Siemens, Endress+Hauser, and Schmidt and Haensch. Prof. Wozny gave a short ov