Events 2010



Februar    Prof. Francois Terrier aus Versailles, Frankreich

                  Vorträge und Diskussionen über die Rolle

                   intrinsischer Barrieren bei polaren Reaktionen




SFB-Tagung mit auswärtigen Gästen im Schwäbischen Bildungszentrum Kloster Irsee, 21.-24.03.2010




06.12.    Prof. Zhang-Jie Shi

                Peking Universität, China

                Molecular Exploration of “Inert” Phenol Derivatives in

                Cross-Coupling as New Electrophiles

18.11.    Prof. Mirco Imlau

                Universität Osnabrück

                Photoisomerization in nitrosyl and sulfoxide coordination-complex

                compounds; influence of ligand substitution and electrostatic environment

15.11.    Prof. Cristina Nevado

                University of Zurich, Switzerland 

                Molecular probes in chemical biology: From natural products to medicinal


08.11.    Dr. Andrew Smith

                University of St. Andrews, UK .

                Developing Asymmetric Lewis Base-Mediated Transformations

25.10.    Prof. Valentin Ananikov

                ND Zelinsky Intitute, Russian Academy of Science, Russland

                Transition-metal-catalyzed carbon-carbon and carbon-heteroatom bonds

                 formation via atom-economic reactions

22.10.    Prof. Mark Maroncelli

                Penn State University, USA

                Solvation and Dynamics in Ionic Liquids

09.09.    Dr. Stephan Mackowiak

                Columbia University, New York, USA

                Investigation of spatial and temporal heterogeneities in supercooled glycerol

                employing single molecule microscopy

11.10.    Prof. Michinori Suginome

                Kyoto University, Japan

                Organic Synthesis toward/with Polyarenes: Boron-Masking Strategy for the Iterative

                Cross-Coupling and Chirality-Switchable Chiral Polymer Ligand

                for Asymmetric Synthesis

26.07.    Prof. Yitzhak Apeloig

                Technion, Haifa, Israel

                Recent studies of low-Coordination Silicon Compounds. Multiple Bonds,

                Metallosilanes (Silyl Anions) and Sily Radicals

21.06.    Prof. Fabrice Chemla

                Université Pierre et Marie Curie,  Paris, France

                Organozinc Chemistry in the Synthesis of Heterocyclic Compounds

17.06.    Dr. Ir. Herman L. Offerhaus

                Twenty University, Enschede, Niederlande

                Inverting molecular music: pulse-shaping for molecular selective imaging

07.06.    Prof. Markus Meuwly

                University of Basel, Switzerland

                Reaction dynamics from atomistic simulations in simple and complex chemical

                systems: From proton transfer in vacuo to ligand exchange in proteins

07.06.    Prof. Kendall N. Houk

                University of California, Los Angeles, USA

                The Theory of Huisgen’s 1,3-Dipolar Cycloadditions

20.05.    Prof. Michael Guldi

                Universität Erlangen/Nürnberg

                Toward long-live charge separation – the complementary use of photolytic

                and radiolytic techniques

11.05.    Dr. Peter Bolhuis

                University of Amsterdam,The Netherlands 11.05.

                Insight into protein conformational changes by multiscale modeling

07.05.    Dr. Oriol Vendrell

                Universität Heidelberg

                Infrared Spectroscopy and Dynamics of the Protonated Water-Dimer:

                Quantum Dynamical Simulations by the MCTDH Method

10.02.    Prof. Marcus Motzkus

                Universität Heidelberg

                CARS-Mikrospektroskopie mit geformten ultrakurzen Laserimpulsen

08.02.    Prof. Manfred Reetz

                Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim a. d. Ruhr

                Directed Evolution of Enantioselective Enzymes: An Unceasing Catalyst

                for Organic Chemistry

03.02.    Bernhard Lang

                University of Geneva, Switzerland

                Bimolecular electron transfer beyond Marcus theory,

                the influence of molecular structure and dynamics on reaction kinetics

                and path ways

25.01.    Prof. Herbert Waldmann

                Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie, Dortmund

                Biology-Oriented Synthesis (BIOS)

20.01.    Dr. Maria D. Crespo Solans

                (Gast der TUM)

                Institut für Molekularbiologie und Biophysik, ETH, Schweiz

                Mechanism of Dsba and FimC dependent oxidative folding of type 1 pilus subunits

                 in the periplasm



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