Organisch - Chemisches Kolloquium
Institut für Organische Chemie
Landoltweg 1
52074 Aachen

OC - Hörsaal

 
 
     

SS 2019

25.04.2019
16:00 Uhr Sem.-Raum 6. Etage

Reinhard Kaiser, Charles University Prague
"
Development of New Syntheses of Condensed Aromatic Compounds"

   

26.04.2019
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Martin Kotora, Charles University Prague
"
Catalytic Cycloadditions of Alkynes - Synthesis of Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Compounds"

   

30.04.2019
17:15 Uhr PC Hörsaal

Prof. Dr. Till Opatz, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
"
Fake News in Science: The Reproducibility Crisis from a Chemical Perspective"

   

07.05.2019
17:15 Uhr PC Hörsaal Antrittsvorlesung

Prof. Dr. Frederic Patureau
"
Development of direct dehydrogenative couplings towards new organic structures and materials" anschließend Aperitif

   

10.05.2019
11:15 Uhr

Prof. John Murphy
"
Electron Transfer - A Basic Reaction in Organic Chemistry?"

   

21.05.2019
17:15 Uhr PC Hörsaal

PD Dr. Martin Breugst, Universität Köln
"
Organocatalysis with Iodine – Mechanisms and Applications"

   

24.05.2019
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Akkattu T. Biju, IISc Bangalore
"
Organocatalysis Using N-Heterocyclic Carbenes (NHCS)"

   

27.05.2019
16:00 Uhr Sem.-Raum 6. Etage

Prof. Prof. S. Z. Zard, Palaiseau
"
Reversible Reservoirs for Radicals. Some New Perspectives for Organic Synthesis and for Polymer Chemistry"

   

07.06.2019
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Bas de Bruin, University of Amsterdam
"
Radical Reactivity of Carbenes & Nitrenes Controlled by Cobalt"

   

02.07..2019
17:00 Uhr PC Hörsaal

Prof. Congyang Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing
"
Manganese Organometallic Catalysis"

   
   
   

WS 2018/2019

19.10.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Brad Carrow, Princeton University
"
Leveraging Dispersion and Electrophilicity in Catalysts for Challenging Coupling Reactions"

   
30.10.2018
17:15 Uhr

Prof. David Sarlah, University of Illinois
"
Dearomative Functionalization Strategies and Synthesis of Anticancer Natural Products"

   
14.12.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Ryan Gilmour, Universität Münster
"
Physical Organic Principles in Reaction Design: From Catalysis to Biomedicine"

   
11.01.2019

11. Neujahrssymposium, IOC, OC-Hörsaal pdf

Prof. Dr. John Gladysz, Texas A&M University
"
Werner Complexes: A New Class of Chiral Hydrogen Bond Donor Catalysts for Enantioselective Organic Reactions"

Prof. Dr. Stefan Huber (Universität Bochum)
"Multidentate Halogen (and Chalcogen) Bonding in Solution"

Prof. Dr. Louis Fensterbank, Sorbonne Université
"Recent Developments in Photoredox Catalysis and Dual Catalysis"

Dr. Thomas Müller, Bayer AG
"Plant hormone Abscisic Acid based lead structures against drought stress in crops"

   
25.01.2019
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Eric Meggers, Universität Marburg
"
New Directions in the Design of Asymmetric Catalysts"

   
22.02.2019
11:15 Uhr

Dr. U. Luecking, Bayer AG, Berlin
"
Lead Optimization as a Playground for New Concepts, Reactions and Chemical Modalities: Development of Multiple Generations of Clinical CDK Inhibitors @ BAYER AG"

   
   
   

SS 2018

20.04.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. S. Valentin Ananikov, Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemiestry, Moskau
"
Dynamic catalytic systems for organic synthesis and sustainable development "

   
04.05.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Timothy Noel, TU Eindhoven
"
Innovation in Catalytic Methodology Development through Flow Chemistry "

   
28.05.2018
16:00 Uhr, Seminarraum 6. Etage

Dr. Gregg Beckham, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Colorado
"
Developing new processes to valorize lignin to building-block chemicals and materials"

   
08.06.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Steve Nolan, Gent University
"Gold-N-Heterocyclic Carbene Mediated Catalysis: An Organic and Inorganic Adventure"

   
11.06.2018
16:00 Uhr, Seminarraum 6. Etage

Prof. Dr. Mu-Hyun Baik, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
"Computer Assisted Design of New Catalytic Reactions: Catalytic Borylation and Other Reactions"

   
03.07.2018
14:00 Uhr GDCh-Vortrag, OC

Prof. Matt Sigman, University of Utah
"Enantioselective Formation of Remote Tertiary and Quaternary Chiral Centers"

   
06.07.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Bernd Plietker, Universität Stuttgart
"Fe- or Fe-NO-catalysis - from allylic substitutions to cycloisomerizations"

   
13.07.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Zhang-Jie Shi, Fudan University Shanghai
"Upgrading Cross Coupling"

   
05.09.2018
15:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Kari Rissanen,University Jyväskyla, Finnland
"Converting Metallosupramolecular Cages to Halogen-bonded Cages and Capsules"

   
06.09.2018
11:15 Uhr

Dr. Yoshihiro Sohtome, Riken, Japan
"Controlling Chiral Environments Constructed by Molecular Catalysts and Enzymes"

   
07.09.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Donald Watson, University of Delaware
"Advances in Cross-Coupling Reactions of Heteroatomic Electrophiles"

   
   
   

WS 2017/2018

12.10.2017
9:00 Uhr, Seminarraum 6. Etage

Prof. Dr. Sukbok Chang, KAIST, Korea
"Development of Direct C-H Amination Reactions"

   
24.10.2017
17:15 Uhr GDCh-Vortrag

Prof. Dr. Peter Bäuerle, Universität Ulm
"Thiophene-based Nanomaterials for Organic Electronics"

   
30.11.2017
9:00 Uhr, Seminarraum 6. Etage

Dr. Anne Nijs, Wiley, Weinheim
"Opening the Editor's Black Box: Insider Tips for Manuscript Submissions"

   
05.12.2017
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. S. Ghosh, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, India
"H-Bonding Directed Assembly of Amphiphilic p-Systems and Macromolecules"

   

13.12.2017
13:00 Uhr / 14.12.2017
8:30 Uhr, Seminarraum 6. Etage

Dr. K. Faerber, CAS
"How to do SciFinder Search"

   
12.01.2018
08:30 Uhr

10. Neujahrssymposium, IOC, OC-Hörsaal pdf

Prof. Dr. Burkhard König,Universität Regensburg
"
Let there be light: Organic synthesis in photocatalysis"

Prof. Dr. Fredrik Almqvist, Umeå Universitet
"2-Pyridone based peptidomimetics: New antibacterial agents that target assembly of bacterial extracellular fibers important for biofilm formation"

Dr. James Bull, Imperial College London
"Synthesis of chemical motifs for drug discovery: New strategies and structures "

Dr. Jullien Rey, Bayer AG
"
The chemistry behind the aminoisothiazoles: A new class of herbicides"

   
19.01.2018
12:15 Uhr

Tag der Chemie

   
26.01.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Peter Burger, Universität Hamburg
"Synthesis, electronic structure and reactivity of group 9 nitrido complexes."
gemeinsam mit dem IAC

   
02.02.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Magnier, Université de Versailles
"
S-perfluoroalkyl sulfoximines: preparation and use as source of radicals under photoredox catalysis"

   
08.02.2018
9:00 Uhr, Seminarraum 6. Etage

PD Dr. Torsten Beweries, LIKAT Rostock
"
Early vs late transition metal catalysts for dehydropolymerisation of amine-boranes"

   
16.02.2018
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Julia Rehbein, Universität Regensburg
"
Understanding Reactivity - From Details to Concepts"

   
   
   

SS 2017

21.04.2017
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. László Kürti, Rice University, Houston, USA
"Practical Direct Electrophilic Amination of Olefins and Aromatic Systems"

   
12.05.2017
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Andrea Wanninger, Hochschule Niederrhein
"Organic Molecules as Key Ingredients in Modern Cosmetics: Opportunities and Challenges"

   
23.05.2017
17:15 Uhr GDCh-Vortrag

Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
"On discovery in catalysis"

   
30.05.2017
17:15 Uhr

Prof. Peter Wipf, University of Pittsburgh, USA
"Synthesis and Evaluation of Natural and Designed Anticancer Agents"

   
16.06.2017
11:15 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Tomislav Rovis, Columbia University, USA
"Controlling Catalysis with Visible Light"
   
23.06.2017
11:15 Uhr

Dr. Christine Paul-Roth, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées - Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes
"Conjugated Porphyrin Dendrimers for Optics"

   
30.06.2017
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Paul Richard Blakemore, Oregon State University, USA
"Stereospecific Assembly of Carbon-carbon Bonds Using Scalemic Carbenoids"

   
17.07.2017
17:15 Uhr GDCh-Vortrag

Prof. Huw Davies, Emory University Atlanta, USA
"Collaborative Approach for C-H Functionalization"

   
14.09.2017
9:00 Uhr, Seminarraum 6. Etage

Prof. Dr. Kuiling Ding (Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry)
"A Story of SKP/Pd Catalysis: Mechanistic Understanding, Process Innovation & Drug Discovery"

   
   
   

WS 2016/2017

05.10.2016
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Hélène Lebel, University of Montreal, Canada
"Stereoselective Amination"

   
26.10.2016
16:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Kari Rissanen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
"Supramolecular Crystallography: Weak Intermolecular Interactions in the Solid State"

   
28.10.2016
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Viktor Zhdankin, Minnesota Duluth, USA
"Hypervalent Iodine Chemistry"

   
14.11.2016
16:00 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Olafs Daugulis, University of Houston, USA
"New Methods for Carbon-Hydrogen Bond Functionalization"

   
25.11.2016
15:00 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Richard A. J. O'Hair, University of Melbourne, Australia
"More than just an analytical method! Using Mass Spectrometry to Build Bridges between Gas and Solution Phase Metal Chemistry."

   
02.12.2016
11:15 Uhr

Prof. Géraldine Masson, CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette, Frankreich
"Visible Light Photoredox Catalysis as a Tool for Organic Synthesis"

   
06.12.2016
17:15 Uhr GDCh-Vortrag

Prof. Dr. Peter Schreiner, Gießen
"
Nanodiamondoids as the Next Generation Carbon Materials"

   
13.01.2017
08:30 Uhr

9. Neujahrssymposium, IOC - 6. Etage pdf

Prof. Dr. Erick M. Carreira, ETH Zurich (Switzerland)
"
Versatile Iridium Catalysts for a Broad Range of Asymmetric Transformations"

Prof. Dr. Gwilherm Evano, Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
"Nitrogen-Substituted Alkynes: from Synthesis to Applications"

Prof. Dr. Bill Morandi, MPI Mühlheim (Germany)
"Catalysis for Introducing, Removing and Shuttling Functional Groups"

Dr. Christian Waldraff, Bayer CropScience (Germany)
"
HPPD Inhibitors in combination with safeners: Modern solutions for sustainable agriculture"

   
20.01.2017
13:00 Uhr

Tag der Chemie

 

   
21.02.2017
17:00 Uhr PC-Hörsaal

Prof. Dr. Paul Knochel, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (JULIUS-BREDT Vorlesung)
"Polyfunctionalized Organometallics in Synthesis"

   
20.03.2017
16:00 Uhr

Dr. Max Hansmann, University of San Diego, La Jolla, USA
"Gold and boron-Two useful electrophiles in organic synthesis"