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Prof. Dr. Benjamin Dietzek

Work group

Research Group Molecular Photonics


 
Dr. Benjamin Dietzek Address: Helmholtzweg 4
D-07743 Jena
Germany 
Room: E012, Bureau building
Phone: ++49-3641/9-48360
Fax: ++49-3641/9-48302
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Structural dynamics, Femtosecond time-resolved spectroscopy, Time-resolved CARS, Artificial Light Harvesting, Biological Chromophores, CARS Microscopy

Field of action

The scientific work of Dr. Benjamin Dietzek addresses the application of femtosecond time-resolved spectroscopy and non-linear micro-spectroscopy in biophotonics and material photonics. Different experimental techniqiues are combined in order to characterize the light-induced charge transfer steps in novel artificial light collecting molecules or to describe the initial photo triggered processes of biological chromophores ad photo receptors. Beside the description of reaction dynamics, markerfree micro-spectroscopic investigations of biological problems and transport processes take centre stage.

Research projects

  • Structure and light-induced dynamics of biological photo receptors
  • Structure and light-induced dynamics of artificial light-collecting units, novel solar cells ans innovative OLED materials
  • Coherent control of ultrafast reaction dynamics
  • Investigation of protein interactions in solution
  • Methodic investigations concerning photon echo spectroscopy
  • Impulsive stimulated Raman scattering
  • Novel approaches in ultramicroscopy and its apllication

Publications of Benjamin Dietzek

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Peer-reviewed Publications

116.Stefan Zechel, Robert  Geitner, Marcus  Abend, Michael  Siegmann, Marcel  Enke, Natascha Kuhl, Moritz  Klein, Jürgen  Vitz, Stefanie  Gräfe, Benjamin  Dietzek, Michael  Schmitt, Jürgen  Popp, Ulrich S.  Schubert and Martin D.  Hager,
Intrinsic self-healing polymers with a high E-modulus based on dynamic reversible urea bonds.
NPG Asia Materials, 9, e420 (2017).
115.Wolfgang Weigand, Hassan  Abul-Futouh, Yulian Zagranyarski, Carolin Müller, Martin Schulz, Stephan Kupfer,  Helmar Görls, Mohammad Yaseen  El-khateeb, Stefanie  Gräfe, Benjamin Dietzek and Kalina Peneva,
[FeFe]-Hydrogenase H-Cluster Mimics Mediated by Naphthalene Monoimide Derivatives of Peri-Substituted Dichalcogenides .
Dalton Transactions, 10.1039/C7DT02079A (2017).
114.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).
113.Jean-François Lefebvre, Dounia Saadallah, Philipp Traber, Stephan Kupfer, Stefanie Gräfe, Benjamin Dietzek, Isabelle Baussanne, Julien De Winter, Pascal Gerbaux, Cécile Moucheron, Murielle Chavarot-Kerlidou and Martine Demeunynck,
Synthesis of three series of ruthenium tris-diimine complexes containing acridine-based π-extended ligands using an efficient ''chemistry on the complex'' approach.
Dalton Transactions, 10.1039/C6DT02944B (2016).
112.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).
111.Saunak Das, Felix Herrmann-Westendorf, Felix Schacher, Eric Täuscher, Uwe Ritter, Benjamin Dietzek and Martin Presselt,
Controlling Electronic Transitions in Fullerene van der Waals Aggregates via Supra-Molecular Assembly.
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 10.1021/acsami.6b06800 (2016).
110.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).
109.Robby Fritzsch, Robert Geitner, Thomas W. Bocklitz, Benjamin Dietzek, Micheal Schmitt and Jürgen Popp,
Dehydration of 3-octanol studied by 2D Raman, IR and NMR hetero correlation spectroscopy.
Asian Journal of Physics, 25, 2 (2016).
108.Robert Geitner, Julia Kötteritzsch, Michael Siegmann, Robby Fritzsch, Thomas Bocklitz, Martin Hager, Ulrich. S. Schubert, Stefanie Gräfe, Benjamin Dietzek, Michael Schmitt and Jürgen Popp,
Molecular self-healing mechanisms between C60-fullerene and anthracene unveiled by Raman and two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy.
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 18(27), 17973-17982 (2016).

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