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Jan Englert

  • Dr.
  • Functional Carbon Materials
  • Institute of Advanced Materials and Processes (ZMP)
  • 18PublicationsNumber of items in Jan's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 35Followers

Research interests

functionalization and solubilization of Carbon nanostructures

About

Jan M. Englert received his BSc degree in molecular science from the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany in 2007 on covalent derivatization of single-walled carbon nanotubes. He finished his MSc in molecular nanoscience in 2009 on covalent and noncovalent functionalization of graphene at the Institute of Advanced Materials and Processes (ZMP). As a fellow of the Graduate School Molecular Science (GSMS) within the framework of the initiative for excellence of the Bavarian Federal Government and as a member of the Cluster of Excellence “Engineering of Advanced Materials (EAM),” he is currently working as researcher at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg as a PhD candidate since 2010. He may be reached at jan.englert@zmp.uni-erlangen.de

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Publications (5)

  • FD173: Synthesis and First X-ray Structure of a Hexa-peri-hexabenzocoronene-Fullerene-Dyad: A Model for an Inter-Carbon-Allotrope Hybrid

    • Hirsch A
    • Kratzer A
    • Lungerich D
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  • HBC-porphyrin - close contact chromophores.

    • Englert J
    • Malig J
    • Zamolo V
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  • Robust graphene membranes in a silicon carbide frame.

    • Waldmann D
    • Butz B
    • Bauer S
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  • Scanning-Raman-Microscopy for the Statistical Analysis of Covalently Functionalized Graphene.

    • Englert J
    • Vecera P
    • Knirsch K
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  • Screening of the chemical reactivity of three different graphite sources using the formation of reductively alkylated graphene as a model reaction.

    • Knirsch K
    • Englert J
    • Dotzer C
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Professional experience

Functional Carbon Materials

Institute of Advanced Materials and Processes (ZMP)

June 2009 - Present

Education

MSc in Molecular Nanoscience

University Erlangen-Nürnberg

October 2004 - June 2009(5 years)