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Prof. Dr. Anna Fischer born in Mainz (Germany) in 1981.



Since Aug. 2014:


Professor for “Inorganic Functional Materials” and head of the NANOMATERIAL

group at the IAAC of the Ludwigs-Universität-Freiburg


Nov. 2009 – Jul. 2014:


Group Leader within the framework of UniCat (DFG Exzellenz Cluster), Technische

Universität Berlin, Institut für Chemie

Research on "Nanostructured electrodes for (bio)-electrocatalysis“



Juli 2008 – Okt. 2009:


Post-Doc at the MPIKG, Department of Biomaterials with Prof. Dr. P. Fratzl und

Dr. D. Faivre

Topic: „Biomineralization of magnetite nanocrystals in magnetotactic bacteria -

crystal structure and bio-templated growth“


April – Juni 2008:


Post-Doc at the MPIKG, Colloid Department


2005 – 2008:


Dissertation at the Max-Planck-Institute of Colloids and Interfaces (MPIKG),

Potsdam, Germany with Prof. Dr. M. Antonietti und Prof. Dr. A. Thomas

Topic: “Synthesis of nanostructured metal nitrides through reactive



Feb. – Juli 2005:


Masterthesis in the „Laboratoire de chimie de la matière condensée Paris“

(LCMC) with Prof. Dr. C. Sanchez und Prof. Dr. D. Grosso

Topic: “Synthesis of TiO2 surface nanopatterns through organic / inorganic



April – Sep. 2004:


Internship at the Max-Planck-Institute for Colloids and Interfaces (Colloid

Department) with Prof. Dr. B. Smarsly und Prof. Dr. M. Antonietti

Topic: „Synthesis of mesoporous and crystalline SnO2 thin films through

evaporation induced self-assembly”



2003 – 2005:


Master de Chimie, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

Specialization: „Form the molecule to the material”


2002 – 2003:


Magistère de Chimie, École Normale Supérieure (ENS), Paris, France


2001 – 2002:


DEUG de Physique-Chimie, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France


2000 – 2001:


Classes Préparatoires, PCSI (Physique/Chimie/Sciences de l‘ingénieur)

Lycée Henri IV, Paris, France


1999 – 2000:


Baccalauréat, Lycée Buffon, Paris, France


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