Andreas Englert, MSc

Andreas Englert, MSc



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



Andreas was raised and born in Laupheim (near Biberach). He studied chemistry at the University of Ulm and did his bachelor thesis in the group of Apl. Prof. Dr. Christine Kranz dealing with the optimization of a scanning ion conductance microscope (SICM). He gained working experience during internships in the chemical R&D department of Boehringer Ingelheim (Biberach), where he worked in the laboratory for in-process technology (IPT). Andreas joined the Delius group in autumn 2020 for his master thesis about out-of-equilibrium assemblies of RNA oligonucleotides. Outside the lab he enjoys playing badminton or going for a walk.

Bachelor Thesis

Optimization of a scanning ion conductance microscope

Master Thesis

Investigation of ribonucleotide assemblies in carbodiimide-driven, far-from-equilibrium systems

Research area

Out-of-Equilibrium Assemblies of RNA Oligonucleotides

Prizes & Awards

  • GDCh-Absolventenpreis 2016


2)A. Englert, F. Majer, J. L. Schiessl, A. J. C. Kuehne, M. von Delius Acylphosphates as versatile transient species in reaction networks and optical catalyst screeningsChemRXiv 2023, preprint
1)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