Polymer Chemistry

Schlüter, A. Dieter, Prof.

ETH Zürich
Prof. A. Dieter Schlüter
Institut f. Polymere
HCI J 541
Vladimir-Prelog-Weg 5
8093 Zürich

Phone: +41 44 633 63 80

Curriculum Vitae

A. Dieter Schlüter has been full professor of polymer chemistry at the Department of Materials at ETH Zürich since spring 2004.

Born in Germany, he studied chemistry and geophysics at the University of Munich (LMU) and received a doctorate in organic chemistry with Prof. G. Szeimies in 1984. After post-doctoral work with Prof. K.P.C. Vollhardt (UC Berkeley) and Prof. W.J. Feast (U of Durham, England), he joined the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz in 1986, where he concentrated on preparative macromolecular chemistry in the department of Prof. G. Wegner. In 1991, he received a habilitation in organic chemistry at the University of Mainz. Shortly thereafter, he was awarded the Dozentenstipendium of the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie and was briefly an associate professor at the Polymer Institute of the University of Karlsruhe before accepting a chair professorship (succeeding Prof. G. Manecke) for organic and macromolecular chemistry at the Freie Universität Berlin in 1992, where he remained until spring 2004.

Dieter Schlüter is an elected member of the Swiss Academy of Technical Sciences (SATW). He has held and still holds numerous functions in organizations, on boards and as journal and volume editor. His research focusses on polymer synthesis with a visible component from organic and supramolecular chemistry. Particularly, it is directed towards methodological aspects leading to novel macromolecular structures as well as dimensionality aspects of the same.


Wichtiger Hinweis:
Diese Website wird in älteren Versionen von Netscape ohne graphische Elemente dargestellt. Die Funktionalität der Website ist aber trotzdem gewährleistet. Wenn Sie diese Website regelmässig benutzen, empfehlen wir Ihnen, auf Ihrem Computer einen aktuellen Browser zu installieren. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf
folgender Seite.

Important Note:
The content in this site is accessible to any browser or Internet device, however, some graphics will display correctly only in the newer versions of Netscape. To get the most out of our site we suggest you upgrade to a newer browser.
More information

© 2016 ETH Zurich | Imprint | Disclaimer | 13 October 2014