Ilona Kretzschmar

Kretzschmar, Ilona
Position Department / Business Unit
Assistant Professor Department of Chemical Engineering
Institution Disciplines
City College New York Engineering Chemistry
City State / Provence
New York New York
Country Website
U.S.A.
Fax
The Kretzschmar group is interested in nanoparticles in general and more specifically in their modification and assembly. They are combining their knowledge of Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Material and Surface Science, and Molecular Electronics to discover new materials and applications for nanoparticles. The four major research areas they are working in at the moment are:
- Nanoparticles Films,
- Three-dimensional Nanoparticle Assembly,
- Electrochemical Modification of Nanoparticle Surfaces,
- Nanoparticles as Templates

Career Highlights

Education

October 1994 - March 1996 Technical University of Berlin Diploma in Chemistry (summa cum laude)

October 1993 - September 1994 Dublin City University (DCU), Ireland Chemistry Study at DCU

October 1991 - September 1993 Technical University of Berlin Prediploma in Chemistry (summa cum laude)

Teaching Experience

September 2001 - February 2002 Teaching Fellow for Chem167 (Surface and Interfacial Phenomena) at Harvard UniversityGraduate and Advanced Undergraduate Level

October 1997 - March 1998 Teaching Assistant for Organic Chemistry 1 at the Technical University of Berlin Undergraduate Level

October 1996 - March 1997 Teaching Assistant for Organic Chemistry 1 at the Technical University of Berlin Undergraduate Level

Awards

2001 GRC Student Travel Award “Gaseous Ions: Structures, Energetics, and Reactions“

2001 GRC Student Travel Award “Chemical Reactions at Surfaces”

2000 GRC Best Poster Award “Catalysis”

2000-2001 Feodor Lynen Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

1997 Grant for Research at the University of Utah

1996 -1998 Scholarship holder of the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie

1996 International Student Summer School of the BASF

1993-1994 ERASMUS Exchange Scholarship for Study at DCU

1993 Klaus-Koch Scholarship

Important Articles

Self-Assembly of Two- and Three-Dimensional Nanostructures for Electronic Applications

By this Researcher

Related Content