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Dr. Maria Wächtler

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Research Group Molecular Photonics


 
Maria Wächtler Address: Albert-Einstein-Straße 9
D-07745 Jena
Germany 
Room: S41, Institute of Photonic Technology
Phone: ++49-3641/206-167
Fax: ++49-3641/206-399
Email: maria.waechtler@uni-jena.de

Artificial light-harvesting, dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs), Ruthenium dyes, Resonance Raman spectroscopy, Time-resolved transient absorption spectroscopy

Excited-state properties of Ruthenium-based black absorbing dyes

Within my PhD studies I am investigating the excited-state properties of a new family of Ruthenium polypyridine dyes. These dyes are capable of absorbing light over a wide range of the visible spectrum what makes them interesting for light-harvesting applications, e.g. as sensitizers in dye-sensitized solar cells.

Combining the results of experimental techniques as resonance Raman and ultra-fast transient absorption spectroscopy with results from TD-DFTTime-dependend density functional theory calculations, the photophysical properties of these systems are investigated.

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Peer-reviewed Publications

22.Laura Dura, Maria Wächtler, Stephan Kupfer, Joachim Kübel, Johannes Ahrens, Sebastian Höfler, Martin Bröring, Benjamin Dietzek and Torsten Beweries,
Photophysics of BODIPY Dyes as Readily-Designable Photosensitisers in Light-Driven Proton Reduction.
Inorganics, 5(2), 21 (2017).
21.Julian Schindler, Stephan Kupfer, Linda Zedler, Maria Wächtler, Stefanie Gräfe, Aoife A. Ryan, Mathias Senge and Benjamin Dietzek,
Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of the One-electron Reduction of Non-planar Nickel(II) Porphyrins.
ChemPhysChem, 10.1002/cphc.201600698 (2016).
20.Christian Reichardt, Tariq Sainuddin, Maria Wächtler, Susan Monro, Stephan Kupfer, Julien Guthmuller, Stefanie Gräfe, Sherri McFarland and Benjamin Dietzek,
Influence of Protonation State on the Excited State Dynamics of a Photobiologically Active Ru(II) Dyad.
J. Phys. Chem. A, 120(32), 6379-6388 (2016).
19.Julian Schindler, Stephan Kupfer, Maria Wächtler, Julien Guthmuller, Sven Rau and Benjamin Dietzek,
Photophysics of a Ruthenium 4H-Imidazole Panchromatic Dye in Interaction with Titanium Dioxide.
ChemPhysChem, 16(5), 1061-1070 (2015).
18.Maria Wächtler, Julien Guthmuller, Stephan Kupfer, Margherita Maiuri, Daniele Brida, Jürgen Popp, Sven Rau, Giulio Cerullo and Benjamin Dietzek,
Ultrafast Intramolecular Relaxation and Wave-Packet Motion in a Ruthenium-Based Supramolecular Photocatalyst.
Chemistry - A European Journal, 10.1002/chem.201406350 (2015).
17.Linda Zedler, Stephan Kupfer, Inês Rabelo de Moraes, Maria Wächtler, Rainer Beckert, Michael Schmitt, Jürgen Popp, Sven Rau and Benjamin Dietzek,
Trapped in Imidazole: How to Accumulate Multiple Photoelectrons on a Black-Absorbing Ruthenium Complex.
Chemistry - A European Journal, 20(13), 3793-3799 (2014).
16.Maria Wächtler, Maximilian Bräutigam, Jürgen Popp and Benjamin Dietzek,
Mechanism of protonation induced changes in Raman spectra of a trisheteroleptic ruthenium complex revealed by DFT calculations.
RSC Advances, 3(16), 5597-5606 (2013).
15.Maria Wächtler, Stephan Kupfer, Julien Guthmuller, Sven Rau, Leticia González and Benjamin Dietzek,
Structural control of photoinduced dynamics in 4H-imidazole-Ruthenium dyes.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116(49), 25664-25676 (2012).
14.Stephan Kupfer, Maria Wächtler, Julien Guthmuller, Jürgen Popp, Benjamin Dietzek and Leticia González,
A novel Ru(II) polypyridine black dye investigated by resonance Raman spectroscopy and TDDFT calculations.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116(37), 19968-19977 (2012).

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