Julian Vogel, MSc

Julian Vogel, MSc



Room: 4410 (O26)
Phone: +49(0)731-50-22801



Julian was born and raised in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany. He studied chemistry and economics at Ulm University and gained working experience within an internship at NICE Solar Energy GmbH in the R&D department. He is actively engaged in the Young Business Chemists Germany (JuWiChem) and the German Association for Chemistry and Economics (VCW). Julian joined the Delius Group in August 2018 for his master thesis and is currently working on the dynamic covalent chemistry of phosphodiesters in the context of out-of-equilibrium systems chemistry and the origins of life. Outside the lab, Julian likes to play football, volleyball and chess.

Bachelor Thesis

Synthesis and Characterization of tetrathienylcyclopentadienone as a building block for three-dimensional oligoaromatics

Master Thesis

Towards the Synthesis of a novel π-Curved Electron Donor Nanohoop

Research area

Out-of-equilibrium assembly of oligonucleotides 

Prizes & Awards

  • Studienpreis Wirtschaftschemie of the VCW 2019
  • MSc scholarship of the Stiftung Industrieforschung

Conference contributions

  • Petersberger Industriedialog, Bonn, September 2019: poster presentation (Master Thesis)

  • ASRC - Virtual Symposium on Systems Chemistry, May 2020

  • Molecular Origins of Life, Online-Conference, July 2020

  • Frühjahrssymposium 2022, Hannover, 23-26/03/2022: poster presentation



4)J. Vogel, Y. Chen, R. E. Fadler, A. H. Flood, M. von Delius Steric Control over the Threading of Pyrophosphonates with One or Two Cyanostar Macrocycles during Pseudorotaxane FormationChemistry - A European Journal 2023, e202300899
3)S. Hollstein, L. M. A. Ali, M. Coste, J. Vogel, N. Bettache, S. Ulrich, M. von Delius A triazolium-anchored self-immolative linker enables self-assembly-driven siRNA binding and esterase-induced releaseChemistry - A European Journal 2023, 29, e202203311
2)A. Englert, J. F. Vogel, T. Bergner, J. Loske, M. von Delius A Ribonucleotide ↔ Phosphoramidate Reaction Network Optimized by Computer-Aided DesignJournal of the American Chemical Society 2022, 144, 15266–15274
1)J. Sun, J. Vogel, L. Chen, A. L. Schleper, T. Bergner, A. J. C. Kuehne, M. von Delius Carbodiimide-driven dimerization and self-assembly of artificial, ribose-based amphiphilesChemistry - A European Journal 2022, 28, e202104116