Vorträge in der Fakultät Chemie

08.02.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Kirsten Jung, LMU München
The complexity of bacterial stress response: from receptors to translational regulation

Reihe: OC

29.01.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
α-Metallated Ylides: Unusual Ligands with Unique Donor Properties

Reihe: AC

25.01.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Dr. Simon Alberti, MPI of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden
Organizing living matter: the role of phase transitions in cell biology and disease

Reihe: OC

22.01.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Matthias Drieß, Technische Universität Berlin
Good Reasons for Using Silylenes as Ligands in Catalysis

Reihe: AC

18.01.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Roberto Sitia, Universita Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milano, Italy
Shaping and Timing the Secretome: How Cells Edit Their Language

Reihe: OC

15.01.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Siemeling, Universität Kassel
Stable N-Heterocyclic Carbenes with a 1,1'-Ferrocenediyl Backbone and Their Heavier Analogues

Reihe: AC

08.01.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Dr. Dominik Munz, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
CAAC Ligands in Coordination Chemistry – from Theory to the Lab Bench

Reihe: AC

08.01.2018  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Thomas Justus Schmidt, Electrochemistry Laboratory of the Paul Scherrer Institute, Villingen, Switzerland
Application of sychroton based methods to study electrochemical energy conversion processes

Reihe: PC

14.12.2017  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Philipp Heretsch, Freie Universität Berlin
Activation and Manipulation of C–C Bonds in the Synthesis of Bioactive Abeosteroids

Reihe: OC

11.12.2017  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Dr. Philippe Goldner, Chimie ParisTech, Frankreich
Long-lived optical and spin quantum states in rare earth doped nano- and micro-structures

Reihe: AC

11.12.2017  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Frank Noe, Computational Molecular Biology, Freie Universität Berlin
From all-atom molecular kinetics beyond the seconds timescale to cellular signal transduction

Reihe: PC

11.12.2017  14:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Cecilia Clementi, Department of Chemistry, Rice University, Houston, USA
Incorporating experimental data in long timescales macromolecular simulations

Reihe: PC

07.12.2017  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Dr. Kiyoshi Nagai, MRC LMB Cambridge, UK
CryoEM snapshots of the spliceosome provide insights into the mechanism of pre-mRNA splicing

Reihe: OC

04.12.2017  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Simon Parsons, The University of Edinburgh, Centre for Science at Extreme Conditions, UK
High pressure and Molecular Solids: From Repulsive Hydrogen Bonds to Structure-Property Relationships in Functional Materials

Reihe: AC

04.12.2017  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Tomasz Wesolowski, Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Embedding theory for electronic structure of molecules in condensed phase

Reihe: PC

30.11.2017  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Dr. Markus Koppitz, Bayer AG Berlin
Treating cancer using mitotic catastrophy – Discovery of two clinical candidates BAY 1161909 and BAY 1217389 targeting Mps1 kinase

Reihe: OC

23.11.2017  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Ruben Martin (Liebig-Lecturer 2017), ICIQ, Tarragona, Spain
Building up molecular complexity via Ni-catalyzed reductive coupling reactions

Reihe: OC

16.11.2017  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Frank Hollmann, TU Delft, Nederlands
Peroxygenases and peroxidases: old dogs for a new era in preparative biocatalytic oxidation chemistry

Reihe: OC

13.11.2017  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Donatas Zigmantas, Division of Chemical Physics, Lund University, Sweden
Revealing the lowest states in bacterial photosynthetic reaction center

Reihe: PC

09.11.2017  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Ulf Diederichsen, Univeristät Göttingen
Membrane fusion mediated by SNARE protein analogs

Reihe: OC

30.10.2017  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Claude Henry, Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Centre of Marseille, France
CO adsorption and CO oxidation on a regular array of Pd clusters on alumina: Effect of support and cluster size

Reihe: PC

26.10.2017  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Kilian Muniz, ICIQ, Tarragona, Spain
Catalytic Amination within the Iodine Redox Manifold

Reihe: OC

23.10.2017  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Dr. Wolfgang Zeier, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Gießen
Understanding solid ionic conduction on the route to solid-state batteries

Reihe: AC

23.10.2017  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Dr. Harald Oberhofer, Theoretische Chemie, Technische Universität München
Theoretical investigation of charge transfer in organic electronics and photo-electrocatalysis - 3 years later

Reihe: PC

19.10.2017  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dr. Hartmut Oschkinat, FMP Berlin
Structural investigations by MAS solid-state NMR: Membrane proteins and biofilms

Reihe: OC

06.10.2017  14:15, CRC 3002

Prof. Cynthia M. Friend, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
Translating Surface Chemistry into Catalytic Function

Reihe: CRC