Dr. sc. nat. Franziska Lissel
Dr. Franziska Lissel

Dr. sc. nat. Franziska Lissel

mail@fralis.de
http://www.fralis.de/

fralis@stanford.edu
franziska.lissel@kaust.edu.sa

SNSF Postdoctoral Scholar
Chemical Engineering
Stanford University

Chemical Engineering @ Stanford
443 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305-4125
Office: 328 Shriram Center

CEMSE Postdoctoral Scholar
Computational Chemistry and Physics
KAUST

CEMSE @ KAUST
KAUST Campus, Thuwal, KSA-23955
Office: Bldg One, Second Floor



Research Interests

Molecular electronics – understanding the interdependencies of molecular structure and electronic function.


Short Biography

Franziska Lissel is a postdoctoral scholar in chemical engineering at Stanford University and KAUST where she is associated with the Zhenan Bao Research Group within Stanford's School of Engineering, and KAUST's Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences & Engineering Division. Previously, she was graduated with a Ph.D. in the natural sciences (Dr. sc. nat.) on probing electronic properties through the specific design of organometallic molecules from University of Zurich in 2014 under the supervision of Heinz Berke and was affiliated with the Laboratory of Organic Chemistry at ETH Zurich. Prior to this, she studied biology and chemistry at the University of Bremen from where she earned a M.Sc. in chemistry (Dipl.-Chem.) in 2009. Dr. Lissel's studies and research were awarded with several fellowships and research grants, for example by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and the Swiss Academy of Natural Sciences (SCNAT). Next to her academic research, she is actively performing technology transfer in collaboration with multiple industrial partners like IBM Research, Procter & Gamble, and Samsung.


Selected Publications
ACS Nano G. I. Koleilat, M. Vosgueritchian, T. Lei, Y. Zhou, D. W. Lin, F. Lissel, P. Lin, J. W. F. To, T. Xie, K. England, Y. Zhang, and Z. Bao.
Surpassing the Exciton Diffusion Limit in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Sensitized Solar Cells.
ACS Nano 2016, doi:10.1021/acsnano.6b06358.

Nature J. Y. Oh, S. Rondeau-Gagné, Y.-C. Chiu, A. Chortos, F. Lissel, G.-J. N. Wang, B. C. Schroeder, T. Kurosawa, J. Lopez, T. Katsumata, J. Xu, C. Zhu, X. Gu, W.-G. Bae, Y. Kim, L. Jin, J. W. Chung, J. B.-H. Tok, and Z. Bao.
Intrinsically Stretchable and Healable Semiconducting Polymer for Organic Transistors.
Nature 2016, doi:10.1038/nature20102.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. Y.-L. Rao, A. Chortos, R. Pfattner, F. Lissel, Y.-C. Chiu, V. Feig, J. Xu, T. Kurosawa, X. Gu, C. Wang, M. He, J. W. Chung, and Z. Bao.
Stretchable Self-healing Polymeric Dielectrics Crosslinked Through Metal-Ligand Coordination.
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138 (18), pp 6020–6027.

Nat. Chem.

C.-H. Li, C. Wang, C. Keplinger, J.-L. Zuo, L. Jin, Y. Sun, P. Zheng, Y. Cao, F. Lissel, C. Linder, X.-Z. You, Z. Bao.
A Highly Stretchable Autonomous Self-Healing Elastomer.
Nat. Chem. 2016, 8 (6), pp 618–624.
Featured on Stanford News and Stanford Engineering News.


Nat. Nanotechnol.

F. Schwarz, G. Kastlunger, F. Lissel, C. Egler-Lucas, S. Semenov, K. Venkatesan, H. Berke, R. Stadler, and E. Lörtscher.
Field-induced conductance switching by charge-state alternation in organometallic single-molecule junctions.
Nat. Nanotechnol. 2016, 11, pp 170–176.


Organometallics F. Lissel, O. Blacque, K. Venkatesan, and H. Berke.
Structural and Electronic Variations of sp/sp2 Carbon-Based Bridges in Di- and Trinuclear Redox-Active Iron Complexes Bearing Fe(diphosphine)2X (X = I, NCS) Moieties.
Organometallics 2015, 34 (2), pp 408–418.

UZH F. Lissel.
Iron-Alkyne Based Organometallic Molecules as Functional Building Blocks for Molecular Junctions.
PhD thesis, University of Zurich, 2014.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. F. Lissel, F. Schwarz, O. Blacque, H. Riel, E. Lörtscher, K. Venkatesan, and H. Berke.
Organometallic single-molecule electronics: tuning electron transport through X(diphosphine)2FeC4Fe(diphosphine)2X building blocks by varying the Fe-X-Au anchoring scheme from coordinative to covalent.
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136 (41), pp 14560–14569.

NanoLetters F. Schwarz, G. Kastelunger, F. Lissel, H. Riel, K. Venkatesan, H. Berke, R. Stadler, and E. Lörtscher.
High-conductive organometallic molecular wires with delocalized electron systems strongly coupled to metal electrodes.
NanoLetters 2014, 14 (10), pp 5932–5940.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. F. Lissel, T. Fox, O. Blacque, W. Polit, R. F. Winter, K. Venkatesan, and H. Berke.
Stepwise construction of an iron-substituted rigid-rod molecular wire: targeting a tetraferra-tetracosa-decayne.
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135 (10), pp 4051–4060.

Uni Bremen F. Lissel.
Syntheses of Asymetrically Substituted Perfluorinated Phthalocyanines and their Catalytic Investigation.
Master's thesis, University of Bremen, 2009.

J. Organomet. Chem. T. Schaffran, F. Lissel, B. Samatanga, G. Karlsson, A. Burghardt, K. Edwards, M. Winterhalter, R. Peschka-Süss, R. Schubert, and D. Gabel.
Dodecaborate cluster lipids with variable headgroups for boron neutron capture therapy: Synthesis, physical-chemical properties and toxicity.
J. Organomet. Chem. 2009, 694 (11), pp 1708–1712.


Patents

Z. Bao, Y.-C. Chiu, J. W. Chung, S. Lee, F. Lissel, J. Y. Oh, S. Rondeau Gagne, and B. Schroeder.
Incorporation of Non-Conjugated Dynamic Bonding Moieties in Conjugated Polymers Backbones for Stretchability Enhancement and Self-Healing Properties.
Invention Disclosure: Stanford Docket S15-217,
Samsung/Stanford Agreement Number: IC2014-0929.


Technology Transfer

IBMP&GSAIT


Last modified on Nov. 25, 2016.