Lieseberg Kolloquium Sommersemester 2019

 

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Montag, 15.04.2019
kl. HS, 14 c.t.

 

Prof. Dr. Dirk Guldi
Towards breaking the barrier to 100% charge transfer
Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg 

 

Montag, 06.05.2019
kl. HS, 14 c.t.

 

Dr. Peter Huy
Lewis-Base Catalysis: How to Control Chemoselectivity in Nucleophilic Substitutions
Institut für Organsiche Chemie, Universität des Saarlandes

 

Montag, 27.05.2019
kl. HS, 14 c.t.

 

Prof. Dr. Gebhard Haberhauer
Quantenchemische Methoden zum Design molekularer Maschinen, Containern und der Dimerisierung von Alkinen
Institut für Organische Chemie, Universität Duisburg-Essen

 

Montag, 03.06.2019
kl. HS, 14 c.t.

 

PD Dr. Martin Breugst
Organocatalysis with Iodine – Applications and Mechanisms
Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Universität zu Köln

 

Montag, 17.06.2019
kl. HS, 14 c.t.

 

Prof. Dominic Wright (PhD)
Main Group Macrocycles; Design Concepts and New Host-Guest Chemistry
Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge (GB)

 

Montag, 01.07.2019
kl. HS, 14 c.t.

 

Prof. Adam S. Veige (PhD)
Transition Metal Catalyzed Cyclic Polymer Synthesis
Department of Chemistry, University of Florida (USA)

 

Montag, 08.07.2019
kl. HS, 14 c.t.

 

Prof. Eric Rivard (PhD)
Placing Inorganic Elements into π-Conjugated Arrays using Organometallic Chemistry
Department of Chemistry, University of Edmonton, Alberta (CA)

 

Montag, 15.07.2019
kl. HS, 14 c.t.

 

Dr. Martin W. Ernst
Safety First: Alcohol Amination from an Industrial Perspective
Senior Scientist BASF SE, Ludwigshafen am Rhein

 

to be announced

 

Prof. René Rojas (PhD)
.. to be announced ..
Chemistry Department, Universidad Católica de Chile (CHL)

 

 

 

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