Curriculum Vitae

Cornelia von Baeckmann completed her MSc. Degree in chemistry in 2016 and performed her PhD studies at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry and Functional Materials at the University of Vienna (Prof. Freddy Kleitz), where she worked on the synthesis and application of functionalized mesoporous silica nanoparticles. She received her Ph.D. degree with distinction in 2021 and was awarded with the Bank Austria and Dr. Maria Schaumayer Stifung recognition awards, as well as the Loschmidt-Price in 2023. In 2021 she moved to Spain for a 3-year post doctoral stay in the group of Prof. Daniel Maspoch (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) and was rewarded an Erwin-Schrödinger Fellowship. During that time she worked on the supramolecular assembly of molecules at the nanometer scale and the designed synthesis of novel metal-organic porous materials. Since March 2024, she currently conducts her return-phase as senior postdoctoral researcher in the group of Prof. Dominik Eder at the Institute of Materials Chemistry.


Cornelia von Baeckmanns research interest lays in the synthesis and reactivity of novel nano-sized molecular porous materials, including reticular materials (MOFs, COFs, and MOPs), delivery systems and porous liquids.


Project Leader: FWF Erwin-Schrödinger Fellowship Return-Phase (2024-2025);

 “Metal Organic Polyhedra as New Drug Delivery Systems”


Complete list of publications can be found on Google Scholar, opens an external URL in a new window.