Dr. Kristine Hartnagel

Dr. Kristine Hartnagel


Former Ph.D. Student

2004 – 2008


BASF - The Chemical Company
Polymers for Care Chemicals BASF SE, GKS/F - B001 D - 67056 Ludwigshafen



Diploma Thesis

Supramolekulare Anordnung von chiralen Depsipeptid-Dendrimeren

Research area

  • Synthesis and Characterization of Chiral Depsipeptide-Dendrimers
  • Self-Assembly of Dendridic Fullerene-Ligands and Chiral Dendrimers


7)K. Maurer, B. Grimm, F. Wessendorf, K. Hartnagel, D. M. Guldi, A. Hirsch Self-Assembling Depsipeptide Dendrimers and Dendritic Fullerenes with New cis- and trans-Symmetric Hamilton Receptor Functionalized Zn-Porphyrins: Synthesis, Photophysical Properties and Cooperativity PhenomenaEuropean Journal of Organic Chemistry 2010, 5010-5029
6)F. Grimm, K. Hartnagel, F. Wessendorf, A. Hirsch Supramolecular self-assembly of dendrimers containing orthogonal binding motifsChemical Communications 2009, 1331
5)J. Gnichwitz, M. Wielopolski, K. Hartnagel, U. Hartnagel, D. M. Guldi, A. Hirsch Cooperativity and Tunable Excited State Deactivation: Modular Self-Assembly of Depsipeptide Dendrons on a Hamilton Receptor Modified Porphyrin PlatformJournal of the American Chemical Society 2008, 130, 8491-8501
4)F. Wessendorf, J. Gnichwitz, G. H. Sarova, K. Hager, U. Hartnagel, D. M. Guldi, A. Hirsch Implementation of a Hamiliton-Receptor-Based Hydrogen-Bonding Motif toward a New Electron Donor−Acceptor Prototype: Electron versus Energy TransferJournal of the American Chemical Society 2007, 129, 16057-16071
3)K. Hager, U. Hartnagel, A. Hirsch Supramolecular Dendrimers Self-Assembled from Dendritic Fullerene Ligands and a Homotritopic Hamilton ReceptorEuropean Journal of Organic Chemistry 2007, 1942-1956
2)K. Maurer, K. Hager, A. Hirsch Self-Assembly and Chiroptical Properties of Chiral Dendrimers Consisting of a Hamilton Receptor Substituted Porphyrin and Depsipeptide CyanuratesEuropean Journal of Organic Chemistry 2006, 3338-3347
1)K. Hager, A. Franz, A. Hirsch Self-Assembly of Chiral Depsipeptide DendrimersChemistry - A European Journal 2006, 12, 2663-2679