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Alexander Allgaier

Doctoral Researcher
van Slageren Group


Pfaffenwaldring 55
70569 Stuttgart
Room: 8.309


Electronic structure and dynamics of chromium based catalyst

In this project different chromium complexes are investigated with an array of analytical methods. The focus is on EPR spectroscopy and SQUID magnetometry to understand the electronic properties of these compounds. The complexes are used for catalysis in an activated state which will also be investigated. The aim of the project is to tune the selectivity of these complexes and to understand the catalytic processes in detail.

P.S. Ferreira, J.F. Malta, N. Bandeira, A. Allgaier, J. van Slageren, J.A. Paixão, M. Almeida, L.C.J. Pereira, P.T. Gomes
Enhancing SIM behaviour in a mononuclear tetrahedral [Co(N,N’-2-iminopyrrolyl)2] complex
Chem. Commun.58, 9682 – 9685 (2022)

P.S. Ferreira, A.C. Cerdeira, T.F.C. Cruz, N.A.G. Bandeira, D. Hunger, A. Allgaier, J. van Slageren, M. Almeida, L.C.J. Pereira, P.T. Gomes
Single-Ion Magnet behavior in homoleptic Co(II) complexes bearing 2-iminopyrrolyl ligands
Inorg. Chem. Front.9, 4302 – 4319 (2022)

M. Kern, L. Tesi, D. Neusser, N. Rußegger, M. Winkler, A. Allgaier, Y.M. Gross, S. Bechler, H.S. Funk, L.-T. Chang, J. Schulze, S. Ludwigs, J. van Slageren
Hybrid spintronic materials from conducting polymers with molecular quantum bits
Adv. Funct. Mater., 31, 2006882 (2021)

2021 - present

PhD Thesis


Master's Thesis: Spin dynamics of P3HT based semiconductor films

2019 - 2021

Master student (chemistry) at the University of Stuttgart


Bachelor's Thesis: Preparation and investigation of radical doped thin P3HT-films as potential qubit-system

2015 – 2019

Bachelor student (chemistry) at the University of Stuttgart

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