You can find descriptions of all projects in the DFG GEPRIS database under SPP 2102

Projects of second funding period

Novel (Earth-abundant) Metal-based Luminophores

Near-Infrared Spin-Flip Luminophores with Earth-abundant Metal Ions (NIR-SPINFLIP 2.0)
Katja Heinze   Michael Seitz   Gereon Niedner-Schatteburg
Pushing the ligand field to the limit – Cyclometalated complexes of d8-configured metal ions as efficient triplet emitters
Axel Klein   Christian Strassert   Nikos Doltsinis
Achieving NIR circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) by triad change of d10 systems
Andreas Steffen   Christel Marian

Novel (Earth-abundant) Metal-based Photosensitizers

Excited State Kinetic Modeling of Iron Complexes (ESKIMO-Pro-IRON)
Matthias Bauer   Katja Heinze   Stefan Lochbrunner   Oliver Kühn
EXTRA-SHARC (Excited State Dynamics of Transition Metal Complexes using SHARC)
Leticia González
Elementary Steps in Gold Photocatalysis
A. Stephen K. Hashmi   Andreas Dreuw
Long-lived MLCT excited states of Manganese(I) complexes in supercritical CO2
and other matrices
Sven Rau   Andrea Pannwitz

Fundamental Aspects of Energy Transfer, Multielectron and Multiproton Processes in Metal-based Systems

Multiphoton Processes and Directional Charge-Transfer in Ferrocene-Polyoxometalate-Dyads and Triads
Carsten Streb   Linda Zedler
Heteroleptic bis-tridentate Fe(II)-NHC complexes as photobases for photo-driven proton abstraction
Ulrich Schubert   Benjamin Dietzek
Exploiting the disulfide/dithiol switch in photoinduced proton coupled electron transfer reactions
Franc Meyer   Dirk Schwarzer   Oliver Wenger (associated PI)
Paradigm Shift in Triplet-Triplet Energy Transfer Catalysis: Towards Earth Abundant Transition Metals and Low Photon Energies
Frank Glorius   Dirk Guldi

Photoinduced Bond Activation in Transition Metal Complexes

Understanding the Light-driven Generation of Metallonitrenes for Unsensitized Nitrogen
Atom Transfer Photocatalysis
Biprajit Sarkar   Sven Schneider   Peter Vöhringer   Vera Krewald

Coordination Project

Coordination Project LCRMC
Katja Heinze