Organic Chemistry Colloquium

Series of lectures in Summer Semester 2019

The Organic Chemistry lectures take place on Mondays at 5.15 pm in lecture hall MN29 (Building E), unless otherwise stated. After the lectures, at about 7 pm, there will be a discussion over dinner with the guest speaker.

GDCh Colloquium

Series of lectures in Summer Semester 2019

The GDCh lectures take place on Thursdays at 5.15 pm in lecture hall MN28(Building E), unless otherwise stated.
After the lectures, at about 7 pm, there will be a discussion over dinner with the guest speaker.

SFB 803 Colloquium

Series of lectures in Summer Semester 2019

The SFB 803 lectures take place on Thursdays at 5.15 pm in lecture hall MN29 (Building E), unless otherwise stated.
After the lectures, at about 7 pm, there will be a discussion over dinner with the guest speaker.

Summer Semester 2019:


Thursday, 25.04.2019, SFB803
Dr. Thomas Becker, (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)
“Molecular cooperation of mitochondrial protein translocases“

Monday, 29.04.2019, OC
Prof. Dr. Klaus Müllen, (MPI for polymer research)
Carbon nano structures by design

Monday, 06.05.2019, OC
Prof. Dr. Guenther Schmalz, (University of Cologne)
Some recent adventures in the catalytic-enantioselective synthesis of bioactive molecules

Monday, 13.05.2019, OC
Prof. Dr. Tom N. Grossmann, (VU University of Amsterdam)
Controlling peptide and protein conformation with synthetic scaffolds

Thursday, 16.05.2019, SFB 803 and GDCh MN27
Festtagssymposium anl. des 80. Geburtstages von Herrn Prof. Dr. Axel Zeeck

Prof. Dr. Matthias Ducci, (Pädagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe)
Eine „bärchenstarke“ Reduktion – Die reduktive Spaltung von Azofarbstoffen
und
Dr. Gudula Kreykenbohm (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Die „Bologna“-Studienreform: Stimmt die Chemie zwischen Anspruch und Wirklichkeit?

Monday, 20.05.2019, OC
Prof. Dr. Janine Cossy, (ESPCl ParisTech)
Chemistry and Physics: Synthesis and vectorization of compounds towards the tumors

Thursday, 23.05.2019, 2pm GDCh MN27
Festkolloquium anlässlich des 80. Geburtstages von Herrn Prof. Dr. de Meijere

Prof. Alberti Brandi, (Università degli Studi di Firenze)
Synthesis of Azaheterocycles from Rearrangements of Spyrocyclopropane Isoxazolidines
und
Prof. Dr. Stefan Braese (KIT Karlsruhe)
Planar-Chiral [2.2]Paracyclophanes: From Synthetic Curiosity to Applications in Asymmetric Synthesis and Materials
und
Dr. Dr. h.c. Peter Goelitz (Ehem. Chefredakteur Angewandte Chemie, WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA Weinheim)
This manuscript must either be drastically reduced or fully oxidized”: 50 Jahre Publizieren in der Chemie: 1980 – 2030

Monday, 03.06.2019, OC
Prof. Dr. Akkattu T. Biju, (IISc Bangalore, India)
NA

Wednesday,19.06.2019, OC
Prof. Dr. Hideki Yorimitsu, (University of Kyoto)
Aromatic Metamorphosis: Conversions of Heteroaromatic Skeletons into Different Rings

Monday, 20.06.2019, GDCh MN30
Prof. Dr. Karsten Meyer, (University of Erlangen - Nürnberg (FAU))
The Yin & Yang of Radioactivity – from Risks and Chances to Captivating Chemistry

Friday, 28.06.2019, OC
Prof.Dr. Da-Gang Yu, (College of Chemistry, Sichuan University, China)
CO2 Utilization in Organic Synthesis

Thursday, 27.06.2019, SFB803
Prof.Dr. Christian Eggeling, (Friedrich-Schiller- Universität Jena)
NA

Monday, 01.07.2019, OC
Dr. Jan Streuff, (University of Freiburg)
Titanium Catalyzed Reductive Umpolung Reactions

Thursday, 11.07.2019, SFB 803 and 755
Prof. Dr. John Katsaras, (Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Oak Ridge, TN/USA)
NA

Monday,15.07.2019, OC
Prof. Dr. Tien-Yau Luh, (National Taiwan University)
From one dimensional DNA-like ladderphanes to two-dimensional stromaphanes

Thursday,18.07.2019, SFB 803
PD Dr. Bert Nickel, (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
N/A

Thursday,18.07.2019, GDCh MN30
Prof. Dr. Leticia González, (University of Vienna Gauß-Professur der Göttinger Akademie der Wissenschaften)
Light it up – Computer simulations of light-induced processes

Monday, 28.10.2019, OC
Prof. Dr. Svetlana Tsogoeva, (University of Erlangen)
Facile Access to Versatile Compounds via Domino Reactions