M.Sc. Fabian Grote

M.Sc. Fabian Grote
(Doctoral Candidate)

Freie Universität Berlin (FU-Berlin)
Institut für Chemie und Biochemie
Takustraße 3
D-14195 Berlin, Germany
Office: 24.12

Mail: fabian.grote@fu-berlin.de
Phone: +49 (0) 30 838 915385

Master Thesis
“Evaluation of Processing Parameters for Organic Solar Cells based on Vacuum-deposited Layers of Phthalo- and Merocyanine Dyes with C60
Bachelor Thesis
“Kontrollierte Schichtbildung von Graphen.”
Research Topic
  • Intercalation of 2D Materials
  • Transient Defects
  • Covalent Functionalization of 2D Materials

Curriculum Vitae

since 11/2019 Doctoral Candidate, FU Berlin, Germany
2017-2019 Master Studies of Chemistry at JMU Würzburg, Germany
2013-2016 Bachelor Studies of Chemistry at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

8) Y. Wang, F. Grote, Q. Cao and S. Eigler*
Regiochemically Oxo-functionalized Graphene, Guided by Defect Sites, as Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction to Hydrogen Peroxide.
J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2021, 12, 10009−10014.

7) S. S. Nugroho, M. N. K. Wihadi, F. Grote, S. Eigler and S. Nakashima*
Potentiality of Graphene Oxide and Polyoxometalate as Radionuclides Adsorbent to Restore the Environment after Fukushima Disaster: A Mini Review.
Indonesian J. Chem., 2021, 21(3), 776-786.

6) Q. Cao, F. Grote, M. Hußmann and S. Eigler*
Emerging Field of Few-layered Intercalated 2D Materials.
5) A. Valimukhametova, C. Ryan, T. Paz, F. Grote and A. V. Naumov*
Experimental and Theoretical Inquiry into Optical Properties of Graphene Derivatives.
4) B. H. Lee, A. Valimukhametova, C. Ryan, T. Paz, F. Grote and A. V. Naumov*
Electric Field Quenching of Graphene Oxide Photoluminescence.
3) S. Seiler, C. E. Halbig, F. Grote, P. Rietsch, F. Börrnert, U. Kaiser, B. Meyer* and S. Eigler*
Effect of Friction on Oxidative Graphite Intercalation and High-Quality Graphene Formation.
2) F. Grote, C. Gruber, F. Börrnert, U. Kaiser and S. Eigler*


Thermal Disproportionation of Oxo-Functionalized Graphene.
1) A. Naumov*, F. Grote, Marc Overgaard, A. Roth, C. E. Halbig, K. Nørgaard, D. M. Guldi and S. Eigler*
Graphene Oxide: A One- versus Two-Component Material.