Bio

A pdf version of my CV can be found here: cv_sr_reineke_january-2017.

Professional Career 

Since 06/2016 Chair for Organic Semiconductors (W2) at TU Dresden (Germany)
05/2014 – 05/2016 Chair for Organic Semiconductors (Jun.-Prof./W1) at TU Dresden (Germany) with tenure track
10/2013 – 03/2014 Visiting Scientist at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) with Prof. Jochen Feldmann (DFG Return/Reintegration Fellowship)
04/2011 – 09/2013 Postdoctoral fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with Prof. Marc A. Baldo (DFG Research Fellowship)
08/2010 – 03/2011 Postdoctoral researcher at TU Dresden with Prof. Karl Leo

Education

08/2005 – 07/2010 PhD in physics (Degree: Dr. rer. nat), ‘Controlling Excitons: Concepts for Phosphorescent Organic LEDs at High Brightness’ (summa cum laude, supervisor: Prof. Karl Leo)
2000 – 2005 Study of physics (diploma) in Heidelberg and Dresden. (Degree: Diplom), ‘Investigation of triplet-exciton-quenching in organic phosphorescent LEDs’ (supervisor: Prof. Karl Leo)

Awards and prizes

2015 ERC Starting Grant 2015, awarded by the European Research Council for the project ‘Novel applications based on organic biluminescence’
2011 DFG Research Fellowship, 30 month, hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2010 Finalist Dissertationspreis SKM 2011 der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (DPG)
2009 Emanuel-Goldberg-Preis 2009, awarded by the Robert-Luther-Stiftung, TU Dresden, acknowledging the PhD work
2008 Young Investigators Award – 3rd place, awarded by the Committee of the 7th International Conference on Electroluminescence of Molecular Materials and Related Phenomena
2006 Professor-Schwabe-Preis 2006, awarded by the Professor-Schwabe-Stiftung, TU Dresden, acknowledging the diploma work

Other

2015 – 2016

 

Lead organizer of a Symposium at the Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting 2016 entitled “Organic excitonic Systems and devices”
2013 Lead organizer of a MRS Fall 2013 Symposium entitled ‘Functional aspects of luminescent and photoactive organic and soft materials’
2011 – 2013 Member of scientific advisory panel of the Department of Energy (DOE) for the Solid-State Lighting (SSL) Multi-Year Program Plan
02/2010 – 07/2010 Parental leave to care for daughter Paula Magdalena Ute Reineke
04/2008 – 07/2008 Parental leave to care for daughter Lilli Mareile Reineke

Performance data:

>50 peer-reviewed publications, >4900 citations, H-index: 25 (source: Google Scholar).

I serve as reviewer for a variety of scientific journals including: Nature Materials, Nature Photonics, Nature Communications, Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group), Physical Review Letters, Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, and more.

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