Short CV/Education and training

  • 1988
    Abitur (A-levels), Grimmelshausenschule grammar school, Gelnhausen, Germany

  • 1988 – 1993
    Studied chemistry at the University of Karlsruhe (Technische Hochschule), Germany

  • 1993
    Diplom degree from the University of Karlsruhe

  • 1996
    Doctorate

  • 1997
    Postdoc in the Department of Theoretical Chemistry, University of Karlsruhe: Quantum chemical investigations of complexes of the f-block-elements

  • 2004
    Habilitation (postdoctoral qualification) at the University of Karlsruhe

  • 2005
    Offer of a W2 professorship in anorganic chemistry at Marburg University, accepted

  • 2006
    Offer of a W3 professorship in anorganic chemistry at Marburg University, accepted

Selected publications

  • Dehnen, S.: Directed Formation of an Organotinsulfide Cavitand and its Transformation into a Rugby Ball-Like Capsule. In: J. Am. Chem. Soc. 32, 2010. p. 2848.

  • Dehnen, S.: [Zn6Sn3Bi8]4-: Expanding the Intermetalloid Zintl Anion Concept to Ternary Systems. In: Angew. Chem. 121, 2009. p. 6557.

  • Dehnen, S.: Facile Access to the Hydrazone Functionalized PdGeS Cluster [{RNGe(µ-S)3}4Pd6] from the Thiogermanate Anion [{RNGe}2(µ-S)2S2]2-. In: Inorg. Chem. 48, 2009. p. 7373.

  • Dehnen, S.: Thiostannate Sn-Sn Bond Formation in Solution: In Situ Generation of the Heterovalent, Functionalized Complex [{(RSnIV)2(µ-S)2} 3SnIII2S6]. In: Angew. Chem. 121, 2009. p. 4507.

  • Dehnen, S.: Synthesis, Structures and Comprehensive NMR-Spectroscopic Investigations of Hetero-Chalcogenidometallates (...). In: Chem. Eur. J. 15, 2009. p. 5230.

  • Dehnen, S.: Inorganic Fameworks from [TSe4]4- Anions (T = Ge, Sn) (...). In: Inorg. Chem. 48, 2009. p. 1689.

  • Dehnen, S.: A coordination chemistry approach towards ternary M/14/16 anions. In: Coord. Chem. Rev. 251, 2007. p. 1259.


Selected projects

  • Synthesising salts of the binary main-group-element anions of the element combinations E/E' = 13/16, 14/16, 14/15

  • Producing compounds with multinary and intermetalloid M/E/E' cluster anions via reactions of salts of the binary main-group-element anions with transition metal compounds

  • Synthesising ion-conducting Li salts of the chalcogenide tetrelates and their ternary M/14/16 secondary products

  • Synthesising binary main-group-element aggregates with functional organic ligands (RE)/E'

  • Reactions of binary main-group-element aggregates with functional organic ligands with (a) transition metal compounds to produce ternary M/(RE)/E' aggregates with functional organic ligands, (b) organic compounds with complementary functionality to produce hybrid compounds based on binary and multinary metal chalcogenide complexes

  • Quantum chemical investigations of the above-mentioned projects

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanity

  • Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz

  • Review Board (Fachkollegium) at the German Science Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG), 2016 – 2020

  • Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

  • Max Planck Society

  • German Research Foundation (DFG)

  • Angewandte Chemie (Applied Chemistry)

  • Journal of the American Chemical Society

  • Chemistry – A European Journal

  • Inorganic Chemistry

  • Chemistry of Materials

  • Journal of Solid State Chemistry

  • Advisory Board of the Zeitschrift für Anorganische and Allgemeine Chemie (Journal of Anorganic and General Chemistry), since 2008

  • American Chemical Society, since 2006

  • Member of the departmental advisory board for the field of chemistry at Marburg University, since 2006

  • Member of the directorate, WZMW (Scientific Centre for Material Sciences) at Marburg University, since 2006

  • The German Chemical Society (GDCh), since 1994

Additional qualifications

  • Deputy chairperson of the directorate, WZMW (Scientific Centre for Material Sciences) at Marburg University, since 2010

  • Vice dean for the field of chemistry at Marburg University, since 2008

  • Socrates representative for the field of chemistry, subfield anorganic chemistry, since 2006

  • Director of the Chemikum Marburg experimental facility, since 2006


Soft Skills/Other activities and achievements

Additional interests

  • Classical music: leader of the first violin section, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology symphony orchestra (http://www.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de/~Suko) and member of the ADUK Quartet of Karlsruhe, Germany (http://www.adukquartett.de)

  • Reading – in particular: good detective novels or books written in an interesting or unusual style


Soft Skills

  • Computers

  • Playing the violin


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