Prof. Dr. SWETLANA SCHAUERMANN

 

Researcher ID: K-9392-2017

 

CURRICULUM VITAE  

since 04/2015

Professor of Physical Chemistry, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

10/2019

Call to full (W3) professorship for Physical Chemistry at TU Braunschweig, rejected. Offer from CAU Kiel accepted.

09/2013 – 03/2015

Head of the independent research group in the scope of Minerva-Program of the Max-Planck-Society (MPG), Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin

07/2007 – 08/2013

Workgroup Leader of the Molecular Beam Group,  Fritz-Haber-Institut of MPG (Department of  Prof. H.-J. Freund), Berlin

05/2012 – 03/2015

Lecturer (Ger: Privatdozent) of Physical Chemistry at Free University (FU), Berlin

 

POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS

04/2007 – 06/2007

Visiting Scientist at the Chemistry Department, Prof. C.T. Campbell, Washington University, Seattle, USA

02/2006 – 01/2007

Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Department of Chemistry, Prof. R.M. Lambert, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

 

EDUCATION

05/2012

Habilitation in Physical Chemistry at Free University Berlin

06/2005

PhD degree from Fritz-Haber-Institute of MPG and Humboldt-University Berlin

12/2000 – 12/2002 and 01/2004 – 06/2005

PhD studies at Fritz-Haber-Institute of MPG with Prof. H.-J. Freund,  Berlin

1993-1999

Studies of Chemistry at Novosibirsk State Univertity, Russia

 

SCIENTIFIC GRANTS and AWARDS

09/2013

Indepenent Research Group in the scope of Minerva-Program of the Max-Planck-Society

09/2013

ERC Starting Grant 2013 „Enantioselective Reactions on Model Chirally Modified Surfaces”

05/2012

Dozentenstipendium des Fonds der Chemischen Industrie (Fellowship
of the Association of Chemical Industry)

03/2011

Academia Net Selectee Excellent women academics portal of the Robert Bosch Foundation, Spektrum der Wissenschaft and Nature

03/2011

Jochen-Block-Prize of the German Catalytic Society

08/2008

Fellowship of the Robert Bosch Foundation “Excellence and Leadership Program “Fast Track”

07/2006

Otto-Hahn-Medal 2005 of the Max-Planck-Society for PhD Project

 

CAREER BREAKS

Two maternity leaves in 2003 and 2009