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Philip M. Stanley

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Research: Metal-organic frameworks as energy conversion materials.

A key challenge to address current energy requirements is large-scale efficient conversion of solar energy to electricity while processing the greenhouse gas CO2 into useful fuels. My research employs MOFs as a high-potential compound class to study the entrapment of artificial molecular photosystems toward providing catalyst stabilization and understanding host-guest chemistry. Insights will be used for scaffold and photosystem tailoring toward efficient solar fuel synthesis.

Education: Chemistry B. Sc. (grad. 2017) & M. Sc. (grad. 2019) at the TU Munich. Chemistry PhD candidate under the Kekulé Fellowship since Jan. 2020 at the TUM. MBA candidate since Nov. 2019 at the Quantic School of Business and Technology.

Hobbies: Volleyball, Hiking, Board Games, Box Sets (e.g. Game of Thrones enthusiast), & Concerts.

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