Gelaufende Vorträge

Datum Referent Institut Titel
13.02.2019 Prof. Tietze University Göttingen Domino Reactions. The Green and Economical Art of Chemical Synthesis
29.01.2019 Prof. Stefanie Dehnen Philipps Universität Marburg Multinary Clusters: From Exotic Structures to Potential Use
12.12.2018 Jürgen Kaube Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Gesellschaftliche Voraussetzungen für Wissenschaft
15.11.2018 Prof. S. R. Waldvogel Uni Mainz Electrifying Organic Synthesis – Disruptive and Innovative
06.02.2018 Prof. Christian Ochsenfeld Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Schrödinger's World: From Quantum-Chemical Method Development to Understanding DNA Repair
06.06.2017 Prof. Patrick Holland Yale University Breaking N-N, C-N, and C-H Bonds with Low-Coordinate Metal Complexes
30.05.2017 Prof. Claudia Felser MPI für Chemische Pyhsik fester Stoffe Topologie in Chemie und Naturwissenschaften
15.11.2016 Prof. Hans-Joachim Freund FHI Berlin Model Studies on Heterogeneous Catalysts at the Atomic Scale: From Supported Metal Particles to Two-dimensional Zeolites
25.10.2016 Prof. Karsten Reuter TU München Mobile and Bound Electrons in Computational Energy Research
16.08.2016 Jeffrey Bode ETH Zürich Cross Coupling Approaches to Chiral, Saturated Nheterocycles
05.07.2016 Dr. Melanie Schnell MPSD Hamburg Revealing the structure and dynamics of molecular systems - from chirality to astrochemistry
12.04.2016 Prof. Helmut Grubmüller MPI PBC Atomistic Simulation of Single Molecule Experiments: Molecular Machines and a Dynasome Perspective
05.04.2016 Prof. Alex Klein Uni Köln Exploring reaction mechanisms related to Nickel catalysed cross coupling reactions
26.11.2015 Prof. Johannes Neugebauer WWU Münster QM/QM Embedding Methods for Chemistry in Complex Environments
05.11.2015 Prof. Franziska Schönebeck RWTH Aachen Adventures in Organometallic Catalysis - Computation and Experiment
22.09.2015 Prof. Peter Fulde MPI PKS Korrelierte Elektronen in Molekülen und in Festkörpern
06.10.2015 Prof. Beatriz Roldan RUB In Situ and Operando Characterization of Model Nanocatalysts: Size, Shape, and Chemical State Effects
20.05.2015 Prof. Dr. S. Grimm Universität Bonn Karl-Ziegler-Lectureship 2015: Accurate Quantum Chemistry for Complex Chemical Systems
26.03.2015 Prof. Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Magdeburg Processes to separate enantiomers
05.02.2015 Prof. Albrecht Berkessel Universität zu Köln Carbene Catalysis and the Breslow Intermediate
02.10.2014 Prof. Christoph Janiak HHU Düsseldorf Chemistry in the World of Dwarfs - from Nanopores to Nanoparticles
25.09.2014 Prof. Niyazi Serdar Sariciftci LIOS an der JKU Linz, Österreich Organic and Bio-Organic Devices for Solar Energy Conversion and CO2 Recycling
12.06.2014 Prof. Rodney J. Bartlett University of Florida, USA The Evolution of the Gold Standard in Quantum Chemistry: Coupled-Cluster Theory and its Applications
30.01.2014 Prof. Karl J. J. Mayrhofer Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Düsseldorf Stability of catalyst materials - the key for the deployment of electrochemical energy conversion
23.01.2014 Prof. Martin Suhm Universität Göttingen Physical energy conversion materials from a fundamental perspective: Hydrocarbon folding and stretching on the nanometer scale
09.01.2014 Prof. Michael R. Buchmeiser Universität Stuttgart CO2- and Metal Ion-Protected N-Heterocyclic Carbenes as Latent Catalysts in Polymerization (Organo-) Catalysis
21.11.2013 Prof. Dr. P.H. Seeberger Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung, Potsdam Preventing and Curing Infectious Diseases: Carbohydrate Based Vaccines and Continuous Flow Synthesis of Artemisinin
08.08.2013 Prof. Armido Studer Univ. Münster SET Reductions with Organic Reagents - The Electron as a Catalyst!
25.04.2013 Prof. L. Fensterbank Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris/Frankreich New Catalytic Processes in Radical and Organometallic Chemistry
14.03.2013 Prof. V. Ananikov Russische Akademie d. Wissenschaften, Moskau/Russland Adaptive Transition Metal and Nanoparticle Catalysis in Organic Synthesis
13.12.2012 Prof. Dr. G. Hilt Univ. Marburg Aspects in Modern Cobalt Catalysis: Multi-Component Reaction, Natural Product Synthesis, Polycarbonyl Compounds and Graphenes
29.11.201 Prof. Dr. J. Bode ETH Zürich, Schweiz Synthetic Chemistry: Taking NO for an Answer
30.08.2012 Dr. H. Teles BASF SE, Ludwigshafen Oxidations from an industrial point of view
28.06.2012 Prof. Stefan Kaskel TU Dresden Modular Construction of Porous Materials for Catalysis and Adsorption
19.04.2012 Prof. Patrick Holland University of Rochester, Rochester (USA) N-N and C-F Activation by Low-Coordinate Iron and Cobalt Complexes
08.03.2012 Prof. Daniel Seidel Rutgers University, Piscataway (USA) Functionalization of Amines via Redox-Neutral Reaction Cascades
09.02.2012 Prof. Ingo Krossing Universität Freiburg Chemistry with weakly coordinating anions: From fundamentals to application...!
01.12.2011 Prof. Peter R. Schreiner Universität Giessen Tunneling control of chemical reactions
17.11.2011 Prof. Dr. Uwe Rosenthal Universität Rostock Many Metallocene-made Mad Metallacycles - from Basics to Applications in Academia and Industry
26.09.2011 Prof. S. Panke ETH Zürich / Schweiz Synthetic Biology and the vision of a fully engineer-able biological system
30.06.2011 Prof. Dr. A. Stephen K. Hashmi Univ. Heidelberg Gold Catalysis: Ligands, Methods and Mechanisms
16.06.2011 Prof. Dr. Jörg J. Schneider TU Darmstadt Synthesis and Functional Properties of Carbon Nanotubes in Catalysis and Sensing
25.05.2011 Prof. Dr. P. Chen ETH Zürich, Schweiz Karl-Ziegler-Lectureship 2011: Ruthenium Carbenes: From Gas Phase Mechanisms to Catalyst Design
05.05.2011 Prof. Dr. Jean-Francois Carpentier Université de Rennes 1 ansa-Lanthanidocenes for Stereoselective and Coordinative Chain-Transfer Polymerization of Styrene (catalytic methodologies for preparing iPS, sPS and stereoblock polystyrenes)
31.03.2011 Prof. Dr. J. Okuda RWTH Aachen Stereoselective polymerization catalysis with post-metallocenes
10.02.2011 Prof. Tobias Ritter Harvard University, USA Late-Stage Fluorination
04.11.2010 Prof. Martin Winter Universität Münster State of the Art: Possible Future Scenarios of Large Lithium-Ion-Batteries
16.09.2010 Prof. Judith A. K. Howard University Durham, UK Ligand effects in metal catalysis
19.08.2010 Prof. Dr. Y. Apeloig Technion, Haifa/Israel Recent Studies on Low-Coordination Silicon Compounds. Multiple Bonds, Metallosilanes and Silyl Radicals
01.07.2010 Prof. Dr. C. Bolm RWTH Aachen Ligand effects in metal catalysis
24.06.2010 Prof. Holger Braunschweig Univ. Würzburg Borylene Complexes as Reagents in Organic and Organometallic Synthesis
10.06.2010 PD Dr. H. Jendralla Sanofi-Aventis Industrial Scale Enantioselective Synthesis of a 1,3-Aminoalcohol With Three Chiral Centres. Unprecedented Four-Component Mannich Reaction With Crystallization-Driven Dynamic Resolution.
04.05.2010 Prof. Dr. S. E. Denmark Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign/USA Karl-Ziegler-Lectureship 2010: Lewis Base Activation of Lewis Acids: A New Paradigm in Main Group Chemistry
29.04.2010 Prof. Dr. G. Henkel Univ. Paderborn Bis-Guanidines and Guanidin-Thiolate-Hybrides - Ligands with Biomimikry-Potential
04.03.2010 Prof. Dr. T. J. J. Müller Univ. Düsseldorf Transition Metal Catalysis as an Entry to Multicomponent Synthesis of Heterocycles
26.11.2009 Prof. Dr. C. Strohmann TU Dortmund From Structure Formation Principles and Reactivity of Organolithium Compounds to Chiral Reagents
19.11.2009 Prof. Dr. L. Gooßen TU Kaiserslautern New catalytic transformations - On the way to "dream reactions"
15.10.2009 Prof. Dr. C. Schmuck Universität Duisburg-Essen What have anion sensors, enzyme inhibitors and nanoparticles in common? Interacting molecules
02.07.2009 Prof. Dr. M. Thevis Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln Detection of new drugs and methods of doping
14.05.2009 Prof. Dr. Klaus Gerwert RU Bochum From Protein Reactions Mechanisms Towards Protein Networks
07.05.2009 Prof. Dr. Dietmar Stalke Universität Göttingen What Synthetic Chemists Learn From Experimental Charge Densities
02.04.2009 Prof. Dr. Matthias Drieß TU Berlin Silylenes in Concert for Catalysis and More
05.03.2009 Prof. Dr. H.-J. Steinhoff Universität Osnabrück Watching proteins at work: Site-directed spin labeling and multi-frequency EPR spectroscopy
26.02.2009 Prof. Dr. B. Breit Universität Freiburg Supramolecular Concepts in Homogenous Catalysis
05.02.2009 Prof. Dr. H. Willner Universität Wuppertal Weakly coordinating Anions. From academic curiosity to industrially important compounds.
27.11.2008 Prof. C. Hertweck HKI Jena (Biostruktur-Chemie) Exploring and Engineering Polyketide Diversity in Microorganisms
20.11.2008 Prof. R. Müller Universität Saarland Biotechnology of Myxobacteria - promising resources for novel bioactive natural products
09.10.2008 Prof. K. P. Dinse TU Darmstadt High Frequency EPR in Material Sciences and Catalysis
19.06.2008 Prof. Dr. A. Greiner Universität Marburg Elektrogesponnene Polymer-Nanofasern - eine Spielwiese für Chemiker, Physiker, Biologen u. v. a.
10.04.2008 Prof. Dr. U. T. Bornscheuer Universität Greifswald Solving Organic Synthesis Problems with Modern Biocatalysis Tools: Examples for the Development of Highly Enantioselective Enzymatic Reactions
25.10.2007 Prof. Dr. W. Domcke TU München Conical intersections and photostability of the building blocks of life
13.09.2007 Prof. Dr. K.P.C. Vollhardt University of California, Berkeley/USA Apparent Progress in the Total Synthesis of Carbon
23.08.2007 Prof. Dr. J. Mulzer Universität Wien/Österreich Total Synthesis and Drug Development
21.06.2007 Prof. E. P. Kündig Universität Genf/Schweiz Advances in Transition Metal Lewis Acid - Mediated and - Catalyzed Reactions
08.02.2007 Prof. Dr. H. Gröger Universität Erlangen Designer Zellen für die Organische Synthese
29.11.2006 Prof. A. Echavarren Inst. of Chemical Research of Catalonia, Terragona/Spanien Liebig Lecture: On the Mechanistic Puzzle of Platinum and Gold-Catalyzed Reactions of Enynes and Beyond
08.11.2006 Prof. Dr. H. Yamamoto Chicago/USA Karl-Ziegler-Lectureship 2006: Acid Catalysis in Organic Synthesis
26.10.2006 Prof. Dr. K.P. de Jong Universität Utrecht/Niederlande Electron Tomography for Fundamental Studies on the Preparation of Supported Catalysts
12.10.2006 Prof. Dr. Shu Kobayashi University of Tokyo/Japan Truly Efficient and Powerful Catalyst Systems in Organic Synthesis
01.06.2006 Prof. Dr. R. Herges Universität Kiel Aromatics do the twist, die Synthese der ersten Moebius-Annulene
27.04.2006 Prof. Dr. H. Grützmacher ETH Zürich/Schweiz Chemistry with Paramagnetic Late Transition Metal Complexes
16.03.2006 Prof. Dr. M.J. Krische University of Austin, Texas/USA Hydrogen-Mediated C-C Bond Formation: Discovery, Development and Diversions
02.02.2006 Prof. Dr. D. Hilvert ETH Zürich/Schweiz Conformational diversity and catalysis
26.01.2006 Prof. Dr. R. Ahlrichs Universität Karlsruhe (TH) Eigenschaften von Clustern: Messung und Berechnung
30.11.2005 Prof. Dr. K. N. Houk University of California, Los Angeles/USA Karl-Ziegler-Lectureship 2005: Mechanisms and Dynamics in Thermal Reactions of Hydrocarbons
03.11.2005 Prof. S. Miller Boston College/USA Diverse Peptide-Based Catalysts for Various Organic Reactions
13.10.2005 Prof. Dr. F. Meyer Universität Göttingen Cooperating Metal Centers: Metalloenzyme Active Sites, Synthetic Models and Beyond
16.09.2005 Prof. K. Soai University of Tokio/Japan Role of Asymmetric Autocatalysis in Chiral Discrimination and Origin of Chirality
02.08.2005 Prof. Yian Shi Colorado State University/USA Developing Chiral Ketone Catalysts for Asymmetric Epoxidation of Olefins with Broad Substrate Scope
28.07.2005 Dr. P. Kraft Givaudan/Schweiz Musks & More: Design and Synthesis of New Odorants
08.06.2005 Prof. Dr. D. Trauner University of California, Berkeley/USA Chemical Synthesis and Synthetic Biology
31.05.2005 Prof. Dr. Eric Meggers University of Pennsylvania, USA Bridging Bioorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry: From Metals in Enzyme Inhibitors to Metallo-DANN
07.04.2005 Dr. H. Hugl Bayer Chemicals AG Custom Manufacturing of Fine Chemicals - A Challenging Exercise for Chemists
13.01.2005 Prof. Dr. W. Tolman University of Minnesota, USA Using Synthetic Chemistry to Understand Dioxygen Activation by Copper Protein Active Sites
16.12.2004 Prof. Dr. Andreas Manz Institut für Spektrochemie und Angewandte Spektroskopie (ISAS) Continuous-Flow Chemical Reactions and Separations on Chip
25.11.2004 Prof. Dr. P.A. Jacobs Katholische Universität Leuven/Belgien Karl-Ziegler-Lectureship 2004: Hybrid Solids: The Ultimate Solution to Catalyst Heterogenization?
18.11.2004 Prof. Dr. Diederich ETH Zürich, Schweiz Molekulare Erkennung mit biologischen ETH Rezeptoren: Strukturbasierte Entwicklung nichtpeptidischer Enzyminhibitoren
07.10.2004 Prof. Dr. J.-E. Bäckvall Univ. Stockholm, Schweden Recent Advances in Combination of Metal and Enzyme Catalysis for Asymmetric Synthesis


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