Stefanie studied Chemistry at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, graduating with an MSc in 2016. For her Masters thesis she investigated the dehydrocoupling of phosphines mediated by guanidino-functionalised aromatic compounds. During her degree Stefanie took part in the Erasmus programme, spending six months studying at the University of York. In her free time, she enjoys reading, photography and watching ski jumping competitions.
- Bio-based monomers for high performance materials with Professor Matthew Davidson and Professor Janet Scott – PhD project
- Functionalisation of bio-based β-elemene in flow to generate novel monomers for polymerisation with Professor Janet Scott and Professor Matthew Davidson — 2nd MRes project
- Bi- and tri-functional monomers and cross-linking agents prepared from bio-based β-elemene; expanding the building blocks for bio-based materials with Professor Matthew Davidson and Professor Janet Scott — 1st MRes project
Stefanie is an MSCA-FIRE fellow.
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