BARTHOLOMÄUS (BART) PIEBER

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Bart was born in Graz, a small town in the southeast of Austria, where he also studied chemistry. In 2015, he earned his PhD working on organic chemistry in single- and multiphase continuous flow regimes in the group of Prof. C. Oliver Kappe. Following his doctoral work, Bart moved to Peter Seeberger's lab in Potsdam (Germany), where he focused on fluorinations via heterogeneous photocatalysis.  

In 2018, he obtained a Liebig fellowship of the German Industry Fond and started his independent research career as a group leader at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces. Since 2019, Bart is also a lecturer at the University of Potsdam. 

 

FELLOWSHIPS & GRANTS

2021   -   2024

DFG Research Grant (DFG)

2019   -   2022

Project leader, UniSysCat Cluster of Excellence (DFG)

2018   -   2021

Project leader, Interntational Max Planck Research School on Multiscale Bio-Systems (MPI)

2018   -  2022

Liebig Fellowship of the Fonds der chemischen Industrie (VCI)

 
 

AWARDS AND HONORS

2020

Thieme Chemistry Journals Award (Thieme)

2018

Brandenburg Post-Doc Award (Ministry of Science, Research & Cultural Affairs)

2018

Science Award of the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH & Chemistry Monthly)

2017

Inventor Award (University of Graz)

2016

Doctoral Thesis Award of the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH)

2015

Merit Scholarship (University of Graz)

2013

IUPAC Poster Prize (Bi-Annual Meeting of the Austrian Chemical Society)

2013

Presentation Award (DocDays, University of Graz)

2012

Award of the Doctoral School (University of Graz)

2011

Merit Scholarship (University of Graz)