Theoretische Chemie - Klüner

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Klüner

Curriculum Vitae

Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
Institute of Chemistry
Theoretical Chemistry

26111 Oldenburg
Germany

Personal Data

Last name
Klüner 
First name Thorsten
Date of birth November 13th 1969
Place of birth Bochum, Germany
Marital status married


Scientific Career

since October 2004
Professor of Theoretical Chemistry
Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
from June 1997
until September 2004
Group leader at the Fritz-Haber Institute, Berlin, Germany
Department of Chemical Physics (Prof. Dr. H.-J. Freund)
from January 2000
until December 2000
Postdoctoral fellow University of California
Los Angeles (Prof. Dr. E.A. Carter)
from May 1994
until May 1997
Scientist at the Institute of Physical Chemistry
Ruhr-University Bochum (Prof. Dr. H.-J. Freund)

Scientific Education

Habilitation

July 21st 2004

Humboldt-University, Berlin (venia legendi in Theoretical Chemistry)
PhD
from May 1994
until September 1997

Ruhr-University Bochum

Institute of Physical Chemistry (Prof. Dr. H.-J. Freund) and
Institute of Theoretical Chemistry (Prof. Dr. V. Staemmler)
Title of Dissertation:Theoretical investigation of laser
induced desorption of small molecules from oxide
surfaces“ (in German)
Grade: “with distinction“

Diploma
April 26th 1994

Ruhr-University Bochum
Institute of Physical Chemistry (Prof. Dr. H.-J. Freund) and
Institute of Theoretical Chemistry (Prof. Dr. V. Staemmler)
Title of Diploma thesis: “Theoretical description of
electronically excited States in the system NO/NiO relevant
for laser induced desorption“ (in German)
Grade: “with distinction“

Student
from October 1989
until April 1994
Field: Chemistry
University: Ruhr-University Bochum
School
from August 1976
until Mai 1989
Elementary School Bochum (1976-1980)
Albert-Martmöller Gymnasium Witten (1980-1989)
Final Examination: August 1989: “with distinction”

Scholarships, Awards and Honours

from January 1990
until April 1994
Grant of the “Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes”
December 1994
Student award of the Department of Chemistry of the
Ruhr-University Bochum (best diploma 1994)
 
from September 1994
until May 1997
Grant of the “Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes”
from December 1994
until October 1997
Scholarship of the graduate college „Dynamical Processes at Solid State Surfaces“
September 1998 Otto Hahn medal of Max-Planck Society 1997
January 2000 Postdoctoral research grant of the German Science
Foundation
 
December 2003 Funding for chemistry-related high-level fundamental
research by the “Fonds der Chemischen Industrie”