PD Dr. Marianne Engeser

email: marianne.engeser@uni-bonn.de

phone: +49 228 73-2849
room: 0.509

Kekulé-Institute for Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
Gerhard-Domagk-Str. 1
53121 Bonn, Germany

ORCID 0000-0001-6987-4126
Researcher-ID B-8570-2014

Marianne studied Chemistry and Mathematics at the Universities of Heidelberg, Germany, and Pavia, Italy. She graduated with a thesis on mechanistic aspects of CH activation with Iridium(I) under the supervision of Peter Hofmann. She moved to the Technical University of Berlin for her PhD on selective oxidation of alkanes by vanadium oxides in the group of Helmut Schwarz. She then discovered the fascinating world of supramolecular chemistry in Bonn while working with Christoph Schalley. Since 2005, she is head of the mass spectrometry facility of the Chemical Institutes in Bonn. Her current research combines chemical synthesis and modern mass spectrometry for a particular powerful means to investigate reaction mechanisms. Marianne enjoys music, dancing, sailing and family time with her two children.

  • Teaching Award of the Faculty for Mathematics and Natural Sciences
    University of Bonn, 04.12.2019.
  • Schering-Award
    for the best PhD in Chemistry, Technical University Berlin, 14.11.2005.
  • Wolfgang-Paul Study Award
    of the German Society for Mass Spectrometry (DGMS), Rostock, 08.03.2005.
  • Award from the Dr. Sophie Bernthsen-Foundation
    for excellent achievents in the Diploma exam, University of Heidelberg, December 1999.
  • Award from the Dr. Sophie Bernthsen-Foundation
    for excellent achievements in the Vordiplom exam, University of Heidelberg, December 1996.


Marius Herbst

PhD Student

phone: +49 228 73-5784
room: 3.062

Jakob Wetter

Studen Helper

phone: +49 228 73-5366
room: 2.103

Fabian Herpell

Student Helper

phone: +49 228 73-2656
room: 0.516

Johannes Volk

Student Helper

phone: +49 228 73-2656
room: 0.516

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Interested students are welcome to get to know us and our research as student helpers or during a laboratory internship or a bachelor's or master's thesis.

There are still plenty of spectra waiting to finally be measured!

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