Prof. Dr. Maria Andrea Mroginski
Quantum chemical calculations, theoretical approaches for spectroscopy, vibrational spectroscopy, calculations of vibrational spectra,
Research Fields in UniCat
Selection of research projects
- Protein-adsorption on surfaces
- Resonance Raman spectroscopy
We are glad to announce the successful application of Prof. Katrina T. Forest (University of Wisconsin-Madison) for an Einstein Visiting Fellowship. Prof. K. T. Forest will start a new research project on light-driven biocatalysis in Berlin within the fram
Tracking the route of substrates, intermediates, and inhibitors in proteins is fundamental in understanding their specific function. However, following the route of gases like molecular oxygen within enzymes has always been challenging. In protein X-ray cr
UniCat scientist Dr. Zeynep Altintas has published a new book with the leading global publisher WILEY: “Biosensors and Nanotechnology - Applications in Health Care Diagnostics”.
The biocatalytic function of carbon monoxide dehydrogenase (CODH) has a high environmental relevance owing to its ability to reduce CO2. Despite numerous studies on CODH over the past decades, its catalytic mechanism is not yet fully understood. In the pre
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,
The temporary Board of the Einstein Centre for Catalysis was constituted during a meeting of the extended UniCat Executive Board on April 26, 2016.
Very Important Paper (VIP) in "Angewandte Chemie" of the groups of Peter Hildebrandt/Ingo Zebger, Maria-Andrea Mroginski and Oliver Lenz