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chemist , educator

Dieter Hoppe was German chemist, educator. Achievements include research in new methods for enantioselective synthesis through deprotonation of very weak CH-acids in the presence of (-)-sparteine. Recipient Otto-Bayer award, Bayer Foundation, 1992, Max Planck Research award for international cooperation, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, 1999, Adolf-von-Baeyer Memorial medal, German Chemical Society, 2001.

Background

Hoppe, Dieter was born on July 6, 1941 in Berlin. Son of Matthias and Charlotte Hoppe.

Education

Doctor, University Goettingen, Germany, 1970.

Career

Research associate University Goettingen, 1970—1977, associate professor, 1978—1985. Research associate Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1977—1978. Professor University Kiel, Germany, 1985—1992.

Full professor University Muenster, Germany, 1992—2006. Retired, since 2006

Co-editor journal Synthesis, Germany, 1987—2001. Referee Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Bonn, Germany, 2000—2004.

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Achievements

  • Achievements include research in new methods for enantioselective synthesis through deprotonation of very weak CH-acids in the presence of (-)-sparteine.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Connections

Married Inga Emme, July 19, 1969.

father:
Matthias Hoppe

mother:
Charlotte Hoppe

spouse:
Inga Emme