Dr. Thomas E. Müller

Professional career of:
Dr. Thomas E. Müller

Dr. Thomas E. Müller

Resarch interests: Polymerchemie, Technische Chemie

Address: RWTH, CAT Catalytic Center, Worringerweg 1, 52074 Aachen

Profession: PD TU München, Lt. CAT Catalytic Center, RWTH Aachen University

Telephone/E-mail: +49 241 8028593, Thomas.Mueller@catalyticcenter.rwth-aachen.de

Date of birth: 05.09.1967

Professional career: Research Fellow Univ. of Sussex England 95-96, Selbst. Forschungsarbeit TU München 96-98, Habil. am Lst. II für Techn. Chemie TU München 98-03, PD TU München seit 03, Ass. Prof. National Univ. of Singapore 05; Vis. Prof. Univ. of Tokyo 05

Publications: Hybrid sol-gel double metal cyanide catalysts for the copolymerisation of styrene oxide and CO2, m. Y. Dienes u.a. (Green Chemistry 14) 12; Chemical Technologies for Exploiting and Recycling Carbon Dioxide into the Value Chain, m. M. Peters u.a. (ChemSusChem 4) 11; Adapting a Wacker-type catalyst system to the palladium-catalyzed oxidative carbonylation of aliphatic polyols, m. F. Doro u.a. (Green Chemistry 13) 11; Corrugated Ionic Liquid Surfaces with Embedded Polymer Stabilized Platinum Nanoparticles, m. R. Knapp u.a. (J. of Physical Chemistry C114) 10; Identification of reaction intermediates during hydrogenation of CD3CN on Raney-Co, m. P. Schärringer u.a. (J. of Catalysis 263) 09; Hydroamination: Direct Addition of Amines to Alkenes and Alkynes, m. K.C. Hultzsch u.a. (Chem. Rev. 108) 08; Investigations into the mechanism of the liquid-phase hydrogenation of nitriles over Raney-Co catalysts, m. P. Schärringer u.a. (J. Catal. 253) 08; Enhanced Enantioselectivity of Chiral Hydrogenation Catalysts after Immobilisation in Thin Films of Ionic Liquid, m. K.L. Fow u.a. (J. Mol. Cat. A 279) 08; Formation of solvent cages around organometallic complexes in thin films of supported ionic liquid, m. C. Sievers u.a. (J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128) 06; Markownikoff and anti-Markownikoff Hydroamination with Palladium Catalysts Immobilized in Thin Films of Silica Supported Ionic Liquids, m. O. Jimenez u.a. (Chem. Comm. 28) 06; Intramolecular hydroamination of 6-aminohex-1-yne catalyzed by Lewis acidic rhenium(I) carbonyl complexes, m. L.L. Ouh u.a. (J. Organomet. Chem. 690) 05; Activity and selectivity control in reductive amination of butyraldehyde over noble metal catalysts, m. J. Bódis u.a. (Catal. Lett. 104) 05; Inelastic Neutron Scattering of Hydrogen and Butyronitrile Adsorbed on Raney-Co Catalysts, m. A. Chojecki u.a. (Catal. Lett. 97) 04; Solid catalysts on the basis of supported ionic liquids and their use in hydroamination reactions. S. Breitenlechner u.a. (J. Mol. Cat. A 214) 04; Generation and characterization of well-defined Zn²+ Lewis acid sites in ion exchanged zeolite BEA, m. J. Penzien u.a. (J. Phys. Chem. 108) 04; Heterogeneous Catalysts for Hydroamination Reactions: Structure-Activity Relationship. m. J. Penzien u.a. (J. Catal. 221) 04; Enantioselektive Katalytische Hydroamininierung v. Alkenen, m. P.W. Roesky (Angew. Chem. 115) 03; Novel Hydroamination Reactions in a Liquid-Liquid Two-Phase Catalytic System, m. J. Bodis u.a. (Green Chem. 5) 03; New polymers from silsesquioxanes and their use as low k dielectrica, m. R.Q. Su u.a. (Adv. Mat. 14) 02; Continuous Hydroamination in a liquid-liquid Two-Phase System, m. V. Neff u.a. (J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm. 8) 02; CO2 fixation in polymers. (Preprints of Symposia, American Chemical Society, Division of Fuel Chemistry 53) 08; Hydroamination Reactions catalysed with beta zeolites, m. O. Jiménez u.a. (Recent Advances in Science and Technology of Zeolites and Related Materials, Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis 154) 04; Metal-Catalyzed Hydroaminations of Alkenes and Alkynes, m. M. Beller (Transition Metals for Organic Chemistry) 98

Awards: BMS Innovation Cup; Ort im Land der Ideen; Hochschulnachwuchspr.; Liebig-Stip