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PERSONAL INFORMATION

Bettina Valeska Lotsch

D.o.b.: 07/09/1977

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
Heisenbergstraße 1
70569 Stuttgart

Phone: +49(0)711-689-1610

Fax:     +49(0)711-689-1612

Email: b.lotsch@fkf.mpg.de  

http://www.fkf.mpg.de/lotsch

SUMMARY OF CAREER

01/2017 –

08/2011 – 01/2017

02/2009 – 01/2017

Director at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany

Independent group leader, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Assistant professor (tenure 2014), Chemistry Department, LMU Munich, Germany

SUMMARY OF EDUCATION

2007 – 2008

2006

Postdoc, University of Toronto, Canada (with Prof. G. A. Ozin)

PhD in Chemistry (summa cum laude), University of Munich (LMU), Germany
(supervisor: Prof. W. Schnick),

2002

1999 – 2000

Diploma in Chemistry (1.0, with distinction), University of Munich (LMU), Germany

Visiting Student, University of Oxford, Balliol College (supervisor: Prof D. O’Hare)

PUBLICATIONS SUMMARY

ca. 120 publications, 1 patent, 1 patent application, 1 book contribution; h-index 31/33, 2895/3686 citations
(ISI/Google Scholar, May 2017).

OTHER INDICATORS OF ESTEEM

Awards/prizes:

–    EU-40 Materials Prize 2017, European Materials Research Society (EMRS)

–    2015 and 2016: Selected as “Young Elite - the Top 40 under 40 in Economy, Politics, and Society“ by CAPITAL

–    ERC Starting Grant, 2014

–    Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC), 2014

–    Fast Track Scholarship, Robert Bosch Foundation, 2008-2010

–    E.ON Culture Prize, 2007

–    Feodor Lynen Postdoc Scholarship (Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation), 2007

–    Dissertation award (Stiftungspreis), LMU Munich, 2007

–    PhD scholarship, German National Academic Foundation, 2004

–    PhD scholarship, Fonds der Chemischen Industrie (FCI), 2003

–    Faculty Prize (best diploma), 2002

–    Herbert-Marcinek Prize (best preliminary diploma), 2000

–    Scholarship, German National Academic Foundation, 1997

–    Scholarship of the Stiftung Maximilianeum, 1997

CURRENT GRANTS (SELECTION):

–    ERC Starting Grant, 1.5 Mio €

–    Cluster of Excellence Nanosystems Initiative Munich, 60 k€/a

–    BMBF 227 k€

–    MPG-EPFL Center, 200 k€

–    SPP-1928 (DFG), ca. 170 k€

INVITED CONFERENCE TALKS AND INSTITUTIONAL SEMINARS:

>95 total since 02/2009 (including several Frontiers of Chemistry and Frontiers of Science Symposia)

COMMISSIONS OF TRUST:

–    Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the EPSRC Doctoral Training Center Nanoscience
      and Nanotechnology
NanoDTC), University of Cambridge, UK (2014-)

–    Scientific Selection Board of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (2014-)

–    Advisory Board Member, Zeitschrift für Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie (2017-)

–    Advisory Board Member, Chemistry of Materials, ACS (2016-)

–    Advisory Board Member, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, RSC (2013-)

–    Editorial Board Member, The Annual Review of Materials Research, Annual Reviews (2013-)

MEMBERSHIPS OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES:

–    Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (2014-)

–    PI, Max Planck – EPFL Center for Molecular Nanoscience and Technology (2013-)

–    Member, Research Network “AcademiaNet” (2013-)

–    PI, Nanosystems Initiative Munich (Cluster of Excellence) (2009-)

–    PI, Center for Nanoscience (CeNS) (2009-)

–    German Chemical Society (GDCh), German Crystallographic Society (2004-)

MEETINGS CO-ORGANIZED:

–    MPG-EPFL-Center Summer School Bio-inspired nanosystems for energy conversion, Berlin,
      Germany (2016)

–    Chemistry Meets Physics, Schloss Ringberg, Germany (2015)

–    International NIM Winterschool, Kirchberg, Austria (2013)

–    Sigma-Aldrich Workshop on Materials Chemistry, MPI-FKF Stuttgart, Germany (2012)

–    International CeNS Workshop, Venice, Italy (2011)

–    Scientific board, 22nd German Zeolite Conference, Munich, Germany (2010)

LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION:

10 Postdocs (7 ongoing) / 26 PhD (13 ongoing)

RESEARCH SUMMARY

Rational materials synthesis at the interface between solid-state chemistry, materials chemistry and nanochemistry: New materials for energy conversion and storage, including porous frameworks for (photo)catalysis and carbon capture & storage and ultrafast lithium solid electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries; photonic nanostructures for optical sensing; 2D nanosheet materials and artificial heterostructures.

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