Donnerstag, 14. Mai 2020

Dr. Jan-Michael Mewes

Recent Publications: (all)

Schmitz, Schwerdtfeger, Grimme, MewesJACS, 2021/22 (just accepted)
“It's Complicated: On Relativistic Effects and Periodic Trends in the Melting and Boiling Points of the Group 11 Coinage Metals”

Mewes, Smits, PCCP2020
Accurate Elemental Boiling Points From First Principles

Scholz, Massoth, Bursch, Mewes, Hetzke, Wolf, Bolte, Lerner, Grimme, Wagner, JACS, 2020:
Smits, Mewes, Jerabek, Schwerdtfeger, Angewandte, 2020:
Caldeweyher, Mewes, Ehlert, Grimme, PCCP, 2020:
Extension and evaluation of the D4 London-dispersion correction for periodic solids
(HOT Article)

Mewes, Smits, Kresse, Schwerdtfeger, Angewandte, 2019:
Copernicium: A Relativistic Noble Liquid
(Open Access)

Mewes, Smits, Jerabek, Schwerdtfeger, Angewandte, 2019:
Oganesson is a Semiconductor: On the Relativistic Band-Gap Narrowing in the Heaviest Noble-Gas Solids
(Hot Paper, Open Access, auf Deutsch) 
(HOT Article) 


Jan 2021 – current
Scientific Consultant, Lanthanoid-based OLEDs
beeOLED GmbH, Dresden

Jun 2019 – current
Postdoc/Senior Researcher (one-year returning Scholarship, AvH) 
with Prof. Stefan Grimme,
Mulliken-Center for Theoretical Chemistry, Bonn

Sep 2016 – May 2019 
Feodor-Lynen Postdoc (Scholarship of the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation)
with Prof. Peter Schwerdtfeger,
New Zealand Institute for Advanced Study (NZIAS), Auckland

Mar 2015 – Aug 2016 
Postdoc (Scholarship of HGS Mathcomp)
with Prof. Andreas Dreuw
Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, Heidelberg


Oct 2010 – Feb 2015

Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry
with Prof. Andreas Dreuw,
Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR), Heidelberg,
Fellow of the HGS MathComp
Thesis: „Development and Application of Methods for the Description of Photochemical Processes in Condensed Phase“.

Oct 2008 – Sep 2010
Master of Science in Chemistry,
with Prof. Andreas Dreuw,
Goethe-University, Frankfurt
Thesis: „The Mechanism of Photodecarboxylation of Nitrophenylacetate and the Implications for Ortho-Nitrobenzyl Caged Compounds“.

Oct 2005 – Sep 2008
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry,
with Prof. Andreas Dreuw,
Goethe-University, Frankfurt 
Thesis (German): „Energietransfer in Bakteriellen Lichtsammelkomplexen“.

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