Prof. Klaus-Peter Dinse




2021 IES fellow


Prof. Klaus-Peter Dinse


 Professor Klaus-Peter Dinse is renowned and respected member of the international EPR community. He has made outstanding contributions through the use of EPR to the study of photochemical electron transfer reactions, photochemical reaction intermediates, endohedral fullerenes and catalytically active metal centers. Professor Dinse helped advance the use of Electron Nuclear Double Resonance (ENDOR) spectroscopy, optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR), and optical nuclear double resonance (ONDOR). As an established researcher, he extended his scope of research into coherent optical spectroscopy where he made brilliant use of photon echo modulation effects for high-resolution optical spectroscopy. Professor Dinse was also an early adopter of state-of-the-art pulsed EPR techniques, as well as advanced the use of multi-frequency and high-resolution EPR spectroscopy to solve important research questions. He has furthermore fostered the field of EPR as an academic teacher and as a highly respected reviewer and advisor to international funding agencies, as well as magnetic resonance research consortia and institutions. Prof. Dinse has more than 180 publications and is a recent recipient of the Zavoisky Award.

 The International EPR (ESR) Society is proud to honor Professor Klaus-Peter Dinse for his distinguished contributions to EPR by naming him as a Fellow of the Society.

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