M.Sc. Philip Stanley

Joined the team in November 2018

Graduated at Technical University of Munich under the guidance of Prof. R. A. Fischer in 2019

Room No.: 4035
Phone: 089 289 54129
E-mail: philip.stanley[at]tum.de

Research topic: Metal-organic frameworks as energy conversion materials

A central cornerstone in addressing current energy requirements is large-scale efficient conversion of solar energy to electricity and simultaneously processing the abundant greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into useful fuels. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a promising compound class offering high potential for light-induced electronic excitation and charge separation, coupled with charge transport and chemical reactivity. My doctoral research aims to understand and optimize these properties towards carbon dioxide conversion in artificial photosynthesis. This will be targeted by immobilizing photosystem components in a MOF scaffold and subsequent rational design of an efficient photocatalytic MOF.

Selected Publications

P. M. Stanley, L. M. Strittmatter, A. M. Vickers, K. C. K. Lee Biotechnol. Adv. 2020, 45, 107639 (Decoding DNA data storage for investment)

A. L. Semrau, P. M. Stanley, A. Urstöger, M. Schuster, M. Cokoja, R. A. Fischer ACS Catal. 2020, 10 (5), 3203-3211 (Substantial turnover frequency enhancement of MOF catalysts by crystallite downsizing combined with surface anchoring)

A. von Weber, P. Stanley, M. Jakob, A. Kartouzian, U. Heiz J. Phys. Chem. C. 2019, 123 (14), 9255-9261 (Tunable Induced Circular Dichroism in Thin Organic Films)