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Greta Haselmann


Greta graduated top of her class for her Bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 2012 from Northeastern University in Boston, MA, while competing as a collegiate rower on a full athletic scholarship. She moved back to Münster and completed her Master’s degree in chemistry in 2014 and started her PhD with Prof. Eder. She then moved to Vienna University of Technology, Austria to continue her doctoral studies in the group of Molecular Materials Chemistry which she finished in the fall of 2018. Greta currently continues to work as a postdoctoral researcher.

Current research

Greta’s research interests include semiconductor photocatalysis, renewable energy sources, and spectroscopy (e.g. XPS).

She is interested in synthesis and modification of TiO2-based photocatalysts and their structure-performance relationships.



  1. Haselmann, G. M.; Eder, D., ACS Catal. 2017, 7, 4668-4675.

  2. Kemnade, N.; Gebhardt, P.; Haselmann, G. M.; Cherevan, A.; Wilde, G.; Eder, D., Adv. Func. Mater. 2018, 28, 1704730.

  3. Tan, Y.; Ma, S.; Leonhard, M.; Moser, D.; Haselmann, G. M.; Wang, J.; Eder, D.; SchneiderStickler, B., Carbo-hyd. Polym. 2018, 200, 35-42.

  4. Dörr, T. S.; Deilmann, L.; Cherevan, A.; Haselmann, G.; Zhang, P.; de Oliveira, P. W.; Kraus, T.; Eder, D., Adv. Energy Mater., 2018, 1802566.

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