Head of the research group Inorganic Chemistry in Liquid Ammonia
Nikolaus Korber was born in 1964. From 1984 to 1989, he studied chemistry at the university of Bonn. For his diploma thesis on sesquioxides of rubidium and caesium in the field of solid state chemistry, he joined the research group of Prof. Dr. Martin Jansen. He continued to work on his dissertation on ionic ozonides in the same group. After a one-year post-doc at the Max-Planck-Institut for solid state research in Stuttgart in the group of Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hans-Georg von Schnering in 1993, he returned to Bonn to work on his habilitation on polyanions of group 15 elements, which was completed in 1998.
Since 1997, he is professor for inorganic chemistry at the university of Regensburg.
He received scholarships from the Cusanuswerk, the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes) and the endowment funds of the chemical industry of Germany. He received awards for his diploma thesis (Heinrich-Hörlein-Gedächtnispreis), his doctoral thesis (Doktoranden-Fortbildungspreis Hoechst AG, Geheimrat-Dr.-Edmund-ter-Meer-Preis) and for his post-dotoral research (Bennigsen-Foerder-Preis of North Rhine-Westphalia). In 2002, he received the Bavarian award for good teaching.
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