Head of the Research Group since 2004
Phone: +43 / 5 12 / 5 07-58019
|Name||Assoc.-Prof. Dr. Mag. Thomas Loerting.|
|2013||Visiting Professor with Prof. Roland Böhmer, Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany.|
|since 2012||Speaker of the research platform Nano- and Materialsciences (Advanced Materials), University of Innsbruck, Austria.|
|since 2010||Associate Professor at the Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Innsbruck, Austria.|
|2008–2010||Privatdozent at the Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Innsbruck, Austria.|
|2008||Habilitation in Physical Chemistry at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.|
|2004–2008||Assistant professor at the Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Innsbruck, Austria.|
|2001–2003||Research Fellow with Prof. Mario J. Molina ( 1995 chemistry nobel laureate, science & technology advisor to former US president Bill Clinton) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA.|
|2000||PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) in chemistry with distinction, University of Innsbruck, Austria.|
|1999||Compulsory military service as medical assistant, military hospital 2, Innsbruck, Austria.|
|1998||Guest Lecturer Gadjah Madah University (Yogjakarta, Indonesia) and Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok, Thailand).|
|1997||MSc (Mag. rer. nat.) in chemistry with distinction, University of Innsbruck, Austria.|
|1992||High school graduation (Matura) with distinction, Naturwissenschaftlichs Realgymnasium Reithmannstrasse, Innsbruck, Austria.|
|10/29/1973||Born in Innsbruck, Austria.|
|2015||Top reviewer for the Journal of Chemical Physics 2015 ( doi: 10.1063/1.4951669).|
|2014||Research Award of the Stiftung Südtiroler Sparkasse.|
|2012||Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award ( Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation).|
|2009||Elected Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences ÖAW (Junge Kurie).|
|2008||European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant SULIWA: press-release, list of awardees.|
START-Award by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research (executed by the Austrian Science Fund FWF);
Otto-Seibert Award ( University of Innsbruck);
Life Science Award for Business Idea ICE-CUT ( Center for Academic Spin-offs Tyrol);
First Prize adventureX for Business Plan ICE-CUT ( Tiroler Zukunftsstiftung).
Novartis Award ( >Novartis);
Liechtenstein Award for Scientific Research ( Principality Liechtenstein).
|2005||Nernst-Haber-Bodenstein Award ( German Bunsen Society).|
|2004–2007||Schrödinger-Rückkehr-Fellowship ( Austrian Science Fund FWF): principal investigator for HDA and VHDA in relation (FWF-R37-N11).|
|2001–2003||Schrödinger-Fellowship ( Austrian Science Fund FWF): Mechanism of stratospheric reactions on ice surfaces (FWF J2069 and J2234).|
GÖCH-award for best Austrian chemistry PhD thesis ( Austrian Chemical Society);
Prof. Ernst-Brandl award (Brandl society, Schwaz, Tyrol).
CPG award for best PhD thesis in chemical physics ( Chemical Physics Society, Vienna);
Christine and Georg Sosnovsky price for best chemistry PhD thesis ( University of Innsbruck);
Award for excellent PhD thesis ( University of Innsbruck).
|1999–2000||DOC fellowship ( Austrian Academy of Sciences ÖAW): Role of water molecules as proton transfer catalyst – investigation of atmospherically relevant reactions.|
|1998||Award for excellent MSc thesis ( University of Innsbruck).|
Picture taken in Würzburg (D).
In the laboratory in Innsbruck (A).
Working on SANDALS at ISIS facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK).
In another laboratory in Innsbruck (A).
At the presentation of the Novartis Awards.
With Johannes Hahn and Christoph Kratky (presentation of the START-Awards).
In the laboratory in Innsbruck (A).
At a meeting in Seefeld (A).
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