Current research in the CTO group at the Johannes Kepler University Linz focuses on a wide range of organic synthesis of industrial relevance. Especially complex macromolecular architectures with selected functionality and composition via radical and coordination polymerization protocols are of interest. Other points of interest are additive chemistry, renewable resources and process safety. Our research interests are mainly at the interface of organic and polymer chemistry, with particular focus on industrial applications.
By clicking on the link buttons you can get an insight into the everyday chemistry at the JKU.
Institute for Chemical Technology of Organic Materials
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
TNF-Tower, Office Room T 510
Opening hours office
Mo-Tu: 08 am - 01 pm
We: 09 am - 12 am
Th: 12 am - 03 pm
+43 732 2468 9000
+43 732 2468 9006
This website can help you to know more about us: who we are, what we do and how we do it, what our equipment and infrastructures are, with who we collaborate, how you can link with us.
Thank you for your time and interest. Enjoy your virtual visit!
For studies affairs and general information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking for a master, PhD or bachelor thesis, don´t hesitate to contact us. At the moment we are looking for master students to support our cooperations with companies such as: Borealis, Miba and Krajete.
For details on topics for bachelor, master or PhD thesis, please contact:
Univ.-Prof. DI Dr. Christian Paulik, opens in new window, Associate Prof. DI Dr. Clemens Schwarzinger, opens in new window or DI Dr. Klaus Bretterbauer, opens in new window.
In the frame of our cooperation with the Panjab University in Chandigarh, India, Prof. Paulik visited the colleagues in India and gave an invited presentation at the Ram Chan Paul National Symposium. The visit was busy with meeting and discussion with students and faculty but also with visiting historical landmarks and enjoying the local cuisine.
Our external PhD student Valerie Rodin was awarded a Young Scientist Poster Award at the 13. Internationale Energiewirtschaftstagung (IEWT 2023) (https://iewt2023.eeg.tuwien.ac.at/programme_text, opens an external URL in a new window) for her work on "Steel, ammonia, green H2 and CO2 - a pack of cards to create industrial symbiosis options in Upper Austria" (in collaboration with Johannes Lindorfer and Andreas Zauner from the Energyienstitut an der JKU Linz and Oliver Maier from K1-MET)!
Global warming represents one of the biggest threats to the well-being of mankind. Paradoxically, while scientific research is instrumental for solving the imminent climate crisis, our activities contribute significantly to anthropogenic climate change.
Green Labs Austria aims to connect laboratories in Austria that share the vision of a more sustainable research. We want to change the status quo of resource management and offer guidelines for a transition to more environmentally aware research practices. We hope to achieve this by collaborating with groups and institutions from various disciplines.
Specifically, we want to reform how labs and scientists think about energy consumption, plastic consumption, recycling and traveling