Symposium 2022








Informations without guarantee and may change in the future








Informations without guarantee and may change in the future

After two years of virtual discussions and intercommunications, we are pleased to announce that this year’s Poster Symposium 2022 will be hosted in a face-to-face fashion at our TUM Chemistry department.

Students of the ITSC-IC community will have the opportunity to present the results of their research internships in the field of inorganic and material chemistry, thus illuminating the various working groups of our department from a different perspective.

In order to participate in this year’s poster symposium, one of the short communications that has successfully passed the peer review process must be forwarded to the ITSC-IC Student Executive Board. For this purpose, an email can be sent to

An introduction to the general text structures of scientific publications and tip-offs for creating the short communications are provided by Dr. Christian Gemel and can be reviewed in the following video.


Working Groups


To be announced

Due to copyright restrictions, the posters will not be published as a digital version for the general public. To access the posters online, please use the password sent separately or request access at

Poster Symposium Map

1Frank, Bettina

Beyond the Obvious: Investigations on the Dynamic Behavior of silylated Ge9Zintl-Clusters

2Eisenmenger, Katrin

Synthesis and Characterization of Polymer-based Solid Electrodes

3Christidis, Aimilios

Interaction of two low valent Al-species

4Chen, Yishuo

Pd/Cu-Metal Organic Frameworks Derived Catalyst for Enhanced CO Oxidation

5Sippach, Lukas

Mimicing Nature: Combining light harvesting and catalytic properties in a metal organic framework

6Hegelmann, Markus

Artificial photosynthesis: Visible-light driven CO2 reduction in molecular-metal-organic framework hybrids

7Zhang, Yunkai

Preparation of Defective Ni-MOFs for Oxygen Evolution Reaction

8Schmaus, Nadine

Breathing Behaviour in Functionalized Metal-Organic Frameworks Induced by Polar Solvents

9Ramm, Vanessa

NHC Ligand Design: Potential Impact of Charge Delocalisation in Homogeneous Iron(II) Oxidation Catalysis

10Brames, Elena

Stabilization of a Heterobimetallic (Gold-Iron) Silyliumylidene Complex by NHI Lewis Base Donors

11Qui, Xinqi

RuRh-Metal Organic Frameworks derived bimetallic composite electrocatalyst for efficient overall water splitting

12Tholiotis, Alexandros

Reactivity of Iron(0) in Multitopic Isocyanide Ligand Fields

13Bichlmaier, Lukas

Encapsulation of a Cobalt Platinum Cluster Into Zeolitic Imidazolate Framework 8 for the Creation of Efficient Catalysts

14Kalkuhl, Till

Sweet sixteen -extending the “Single Centered Ambiphilic” concept to T-shaped germylene(II)-nickel(0) complexes

15Gutman, Megan

Development of Porous, Monodisperse, Carbon Microspheres

16Klotz, Marcel

Small Particles – Big Enhancements!
Encapsulation of a bimetallic cluster in ZIF-8

17Bach, Alina

Artificial Photosynthesis:
Mimic Nature using Metal-organic Frameworks

18Li, Xi

Phosphide-based solid electrolyte Li9AlP4 and further optimization of its ionic conductivity

19Brunk, Leonidas

Possibly important Dirt:
Calcined clay as a pozzolanic component in cement

20Tomuschat, Carlo

Introducing the Idea of Ligand-dependent Cluster Dynamics in Heteroatomic Ge/Si Zintl Clusters

21Kreimer, Lisa

Make‘n‘Break: Synthesis and Reactivity of donor-stabilized Phosphinidenes

22Zuber, Julian

More than Bisphosphinidenes – Cyclic Phosphorous Chains by NHC mediated Dehydrocoupling

23Gilch, Jonas

Contrasting Activation Capabilities – Gallium Ligand vs. Phosphines in Ruthenium (Poly)hydrides

24Baus, Rosalie

Modifying electronic properties to improve Kühn’s iron(II)-catalyst for hydrogenation oxidations

25Chen, Wei

Photosynthesis in MOFs : integrating light harvesting units in MOF as linkers

26Frantz, Alexander

Electrochemical transfer hydrogenation (eTH) with various Pincer complexes – Synthesis and Characterization

27Han, Ziyi

Metal-Organic Frameworks Derived Porous Carbon Materials with Different Nitrogen Content

28Hintzer, Kristof

Indium(I) Single-Centre Ambiphile ligands for the use in main group-transition metal complexes

29Jüngling, Isabel

Artificial Photosynthesis – Copying Nature with Chromophoric Linkers for Metal Organic Frameworks

30Maximillian, Davin

Bulky Phenyl Modifications of Silanide Ligand to Synthesize Si-Al Compounds

31Spears, Alexander

Synthesis and characterisation of ternary copper/zinc/aluminium hydrogenation catalysts

32Springl, Elisabeth

Electrospinning of Polyacrylonitrile Based Solid Electrolytes

33Weindl, Daniel

Ti3C2 – a 2D Material beyond Graphene

34Zuber, David

Disilenes as Transition-Metal-Free Catalysts

34Zuber, David

Disilenes as Transition-Metal-Free Catalysts

Current research highlights of the TUM Chemistry department in the field of inorganic and material chemistry

Dr. Terrance Hadlington

Liebig Junior Group

Prof. Dr. Angela Casini

Chair of Medical and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Dr. Julien Warnan

Junior Research Group

Dr. Alexander Pöthig

Supramolecular Organometallics

Prof. Dr. Thomas Fässler

Chair of Inorganic Chemistry with Focus on New Materials

Dr. Dominik Halter

Liebig Junior Group

Prof. Dr. Tom Nilges

Associate Professorship of Synthesis and Characterisation of Innovative Materials

Prof. Dr. Shigeyoshi Inoue

Associate Professorship of Silicon Chemistry

Dr. Mirza Cokoja

Supramolecular Catalysis

Prof. Dr. Roland A. Fischer

Chair of Inorganic and Metal-Organic Chemistry

Prof. Dr. Corinna Hess

Assistant Professorship of Bioinorganic Chemistry

Dr. Gregor Kieslich

Crystal Chemistry of Functional Materials

Prof. Dr. Torben Gädt

Chair of Construction Chemistry