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Prof. Dr. Stefan Weber

 Professor of Physical ChemistryStefan Weber

 Executive Director of the Institute - Head of Department

             

 Institute of Physical Chemistry

 Albertstraße 21

 79104 Freiburg

Prof. Dr. Stefan Weber

 

  Secretary

 Sylvia Wehrle

 Phone.: +49 761 203-6214

 Fax:       +49 761 203-6222

 

Teaching

 

Publications

List of Publications

Flavins und Flavoproteins: Methods and Protocols. Weber S, Schleicher E (Eds.) Series: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 1146, Humana Press 2014   read more...

5 most relevant Publications:

  • Spatzal T, Agsoyoglu M, Zhang L, Andrade SLA, Schleicher E, Weber S, Rees DC, Einsle O (2011) Evidence for interstitial carbon in nitrogenase FeMo cofactor. Science 335:940.
  • Boeré RT, Kacprzak S, Keßler M, Knapp C, Ribau R, Riedel S, Roemmele TL, Rühle M, Scherer H, Weber S (2011) Oxidation of closo-[B12C12]2– to the radical anion [B12Cl12] and to neutral B12Cl12. Angew Chem Int Ed 50:549–552.
  • Biskup T, Schleicher E, Okafuji A, Link G, Hitomi K, Getzoff ED, Weber S (2009) Direct observation of a photoinduced radical pair in a cryptochrome blue-light photoreceptor. Angew Chem Int Ed 48:404–407.

  • Richter G, Weber S, Römisch W, Bacher A, Fischer M, Eisenreich W (2005) Photochemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization in a C450A mutant of the LOV2 domain of the Avena sativa blue-light receptor phototropin. J Am Chem Soc 127:17245–17252.

  • Weber S, Kay CWM, Mögling H, Möbius K, Hitomi K, Todo T (2002) Photoactivation of the flavin cofactor in Xenopus laevis (6–4) photolyase: observation of a transient tyrosyl radical by time-resolved electron paramagnetic resonance. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 99:1319–1323.

 

Scientific Activities, Honors

  • Editor of the book "Methods in Molecular Biology" for Humana Press/USA with Dr. Schleicher and the Springer Publishing Company, 2011–2013.
  • Vice Dean, Faculty of Chemistry, Pharmacy and Earth Sciences, 2009– 2012.
  • Honors: Morino-Lectureship of the Morino Foundation Japan; Joint Morino Lecture and International Workshop "Spectroscopy on Photoinduced Functions of Electrons and Spins in Biology and Material Science", at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2011.
  • GDCh-District Chairman of the district Freiburg-Südbaden, 2010–2012.
  • Numerous reports, reviews, expertise for the "Landeslehrerprüfungsamt", letters of recommendation and scientific consultations since 2008.
  • Scholarship: Feodor-Lynen scholarship of the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, 1995.

 

Curriculum Vitae

2008–now:

Full Professor (W 3), Institute of Physical Chemistry, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

2004–2007:

Assistent Professor (C 2), Faculty of Physics, Free University Berlin

2003:

Habilitation in Experimental Physics, Free University Berlin

2002–2003:  

Scientific Assistent,  Faculty of Physics, Free University Berlin

1997–2002:  

Assistent Professor (C1), Faculty of Physics, Free University Berlin

1995–1997:

Postdoc, Department of Chemistry, University of Chicago

1994:

Dr. rer.nat. in Physical Chemistry, University of Stuttgart "Transiente Elektronenspinresonanz an lichtinduzierten Radikalpaaren der Photosynthese: Nachweis von Nullquantenkohärenzen"

1989:

Diploma in Chemistry, University of Stuttgart