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ITN-STiBNite Consortium meeting in Vienna!

ITN-STiBNite Consortium meeting in Vienna!

Rubén, Luca and Sanchari met the other members of H2020 granted ITN-STiBNite in Vienna. It was a great opportunity to get update on the scientific results made by the consortium about sustainable 2D-materials! We also attended to the 1st Summer School on Self-Assembled Organic Materials. Great time and future collaborations!

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Great honor teaching the best undergraduate students of Johannes-Turmair-Gymnasium!!

Great honor teaching the best undergraduate students of Johannes-Turmair-Gymnasium!!

Around 40 students spanning from 5 to 11 course of Johannes-Turmair-Gymnasium visited our Chair (Biogenic Functional Materials) at TUM Campus Straubing. Their curiosity was amazingly fresh. We all enjoyed the discussions about how nature produces their own light using chemical reactions, interference, among others. What is more, we discussed about the future of our technology and how our surprises looking at nature, which generates real solutions towards developing a more sustainable technological society.

We are looking forward to meeting them again next year!!

Thanks a lot to Nico Schambeck (Teacher at the Johannes-Turmair-Gymnasium) for this initiative and again many thanks to Stephanie Grümbel, Kelly Lim-Trinh, Marco Hasler and Alexander Mauz for the organization of the exciting experiments and the nice atmosphere working with the new generation of Straubinger scientist.

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Accompanying AseBio!

Accompanying AseBio!

Rubén participated in the annual meeting of AseBio (https://www.asebio.com/; Spanish Association of Bio-companies) in which the advances in the biotechnological sector in Spain are summarized. He presented our advances and ideas in the frame of the European Projects ARTIBLED and InOutBioLight. You can check the details of the interview and discussion in the following link:
https://asebio.com/directo_presentaci%C3%B3n_informeasebio2021

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Nice Surprise! New MSCA Fellow

Nice Surprise! New MSCA Fellow

Dr. Banda was ranked at the top of the reserve list for the MSCA Fellowship 2021. Yesterday, we got the invitation for the grant preparation. This was a great surprise and honor for all of us!! EU will further strengthen us to redesign proteins for optoelectronics. We are very happy to work together with Dr. Banda.

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Invited talk at U. Erlangen-Nürnberg

Invited talk at U. Erlangen-Nürnberg

Rubén was recently invited to present our advances in “sustainable ion-based lighting systems” in the frame of the European projects ARTIBLED and InOutBioLight. It was a nice chance to visit old friend and collaborators.

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Congratulation to Ginevra for her presentation to JNOEJC 2022!

Congratulation to Ginevra for her presentation to JNOEJC 2022!

On 10th of June 2022, Ginevra presented her work in an oral communication entitled A Straightforward Synthesis for Heteroleptic Silver (I) complexes bearing NHC and Dinitrogenated ligands. She presented a new inexpensive and fast approach for the synthesis of Ag (I) heteroleptic complexes with different N-Heterocyclic Carbenes and 2,2´-dipyridylamine ligands.

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Great evening with kids!!

Great evening with kids!!

In the frame of the European Climate Pact and the Bürgerstiftung Straubing, we participated in the KinderUni Straubing initiative with a lecture about “How Nature produces its own light”. We talked together about sustainable approaches using proteins and living materials as active components of LEDs. It was a great experience that we will repeat next year!! Thanks a lot to Stephanie Grümbel, Sophia Lipinski, Kelly Lim-Trinh, Marco Hasler and Alexander Mauz with the organization of the exciting experiments.

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Congrats to Elisa for the new book chapter!!

Congrats to Elisa for the new book chapter!!

Our new book chapter entitled “ Applying Ionic Transition Metal Complexes to Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells” has been published in Springer Handbook of Inorganic Photochemistry. It has been a great pleasure to contribute to this great action!

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ARTIBLED inspires new generations!!

ARTIBLED inspires new generations!!

We are very happy for the Award ON ZIENTZIA entitled „Argiztapen artifizial… naturala?“ of Alain Sorazu, Alfredo Rodríguez, Kimberlyn Fonseca Pérez and Morgane Goyens, students of the máster de ilustración científica at the UPV/EHU (Spain). This young group was inspired by our European Project ARTIBLED – https://bfm.cs.tum.de/research/artibled/?lang=en. The jury has highlighted „it is a magnificent work of animation that perfectly integrates different techniques and has been able to clearly communicate a current research using an attractive aesthetic, and successfully combining music and effects“. This is a great example of the relevance of ARTIBLED to set in the sustainable technological future that we are looking forward.

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Contact

Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials

Schulgasse 22
94315 Straubing

Email: biofunmat@cs.tum.de

Head of the Chair

Prof. Dr. habil. Rubén D. Costa
Tel.: +49 (0) 9421 187-470
E-Mail: ruben.costa@tum.de

Office

Susanne Zosel
Tel.: +49 (0) 9421 187-480
E-Mail: susanne.zosel@tum.de

Jasmin Schneider
Tel.: +49 (0) 9421 187-201
E-Mail: anjasmin.schneider@tum.de

Theresa Rothammer (nicht anwesend)
Tel.: +49 (0) 9421 187-480
E-Mail: theresa.rothammer@tum.de