Vorträge in der Fakultät Chemie

29.09.2016  14:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Helmut Schwarz, Institut für Chemie der Technischen Universität Berlin and UniCat Berlin
Thermal Hydrogen-atom Transfer from Methane: A Mechanistic Exerciseungstitel

Reihe: CRC

02.08.2016  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Sandra Lösgen, Oregon State University, USA
Microbial Natural Products in Drug Discovery - New Sources, Screens, and Targets

Reihe: OC

11.07.2016  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Juri Grin, MPI für Chemische Physik fester Stoffe, Dresden
Inhomogenität Chemischer Bindungen und thermoelektrische Eigenschaften von Materialien

Reihe: AC

11.07.2016  16:15, TUM CH 26411

Prof. Volker Blum, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, Duke University, Durham, USA
Extending the scales of accurate electronic structure predictions for energy-related materials

Reihe: PC

30.06.2016  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Elke Deuerling, Molekulare Mikrobiologie, Universität Konstanz
Molecular Chaperone Machines and their Roles in Protein Synthesis, Folding and Transport

Reihe: OC

28.06.2016  17:15, TUM CH 26411

Prof. Dr. Shigeyoshi Inoue, TU München, Dept. Chemie, Prof. of Silicon Chemistry
Antrittsvorlesung: Low-valent Group 13 and 14 Metal Complexes Stabilized by N-Heterocyclic Carbenes

Reihe: GDCh

27.06.2016  16:15, TUM CH 26411

Prof. Thomas Bein, Physikalische Chemie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Complex metal oxide nanostructures for photoelectrochemical and electrochemical water splitting

Reihe: PC

23.06.2016  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Tanja Gaich, Organische Chemie, Universität Konstanz
Total synthesis of natural products beyond biogenetic relationships

Reihe: OC

16.06.2016  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Dalibor Sames, Chemistry & Neuroscience, Columbia University, New York
Chemists to a Chemical Synapse: Design, Synthesis, and Use of Imaging Probes and Experimental Therapeutics in the Brain

Reihe: OC

13.06.2016  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Dr. Stephen Sproules, School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow
Life at the edge-and the pre-edge: X-ray absorption spectroscopy and what it tells us about metals, ligands and innocence

Reihe: CH

06.06.2016  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Martin Wilkening, Technische Universität Graz
Solid electrolytes for Li batteries - how NMR helps us to identify suitable candidates

Reihe: AC

31.05.2016  17:15, TUM CH 26411

Prof. Dr. Job Boekhoven, TU München, Dept. Chemie, Prof. of Supramolecular Chemistry
Antrittsvorlesung: Biologically inspired supramolecular materials

Reihe: GDCh

24.05.2016  16:15, TUM CH 26411

Prof. Dr. K. Peter C. Vollhardt, College of Chemistry, University of Berkeley
Saving the Planet: Toward a Sun-charged Thermal Molecular Battery

Reihe: OC

12.05.2016  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Roland Lill, Institut für Zytobiologie und Zytopahtologie, Universität Marburg
Biogenesis of iron-sulfur proteins in eukaryotes: Mitochondria, mitosomes, mechanisms, DNA maintenance, and maladies

Reihe: OC

09.05.2016  11:00, Hans-Fischer Hörsaal

CRC Inauguration Ceremony, Catalysis Research Center
Eröffnungsfeier des Zentralinstituts für Katalyseforschung

Reihe: CRC

03.05.2016  17:15, TUM CH 26411

Prof. Dr. Karsten Meyer, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy
From nuclear fuels to CO2 functionalization and H2O splitting catalysis @ reactive Uranium complexes

Reihe: GDCh

02.05.2016  16:15, TUM CH 26411

Prof. Vas Stavros, Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick, UK
Photoprotection and photoactivation in biomolecules: lessons learned from femtosecond spectroscopy

Reihe: PC

29.04.2016  11:15, CRC 3002

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Kortz, Jacobs University Bremen
Diverse Aspects of Polyoxometalate Chemistry

Reihe: CH

25.04.2016  16:15, TUM CH 26411

Dr. Julia Stähler, Physikalische Chemie, Fritz-Haber-Institut Berlin
Exciting! Ultrafast dynamics in ZnO, at its surfaces, and interfaces with organic molecules after light absorption

Reihe: PC

19.04.2016  17:15, TUM CH 26411

Dr. Timm Haug, Dipl. Ing. Wolfgang Werner, DELO Industrie Klebstoffe
Warum intelligente Autos und Mobiltelefone Chemie brauchen, die aus Bayern kommt

Reihe: GDCh