Vorträge in der Fakultät Chemie

07.02.2019  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Chambers Hughes, UC San Diego, USA
Labeling natural products in complex extracts

Reihe: OC

31.01.2019  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Harald Kolmar, TU Darmstadt
Shark-derived antibodies for applications and biotechnology and molecular medicine

Reihe: OC

21.01.2019  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Michael Thoss, Physikalisches Institut, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Quantum dynamics of molecular systems: Theory and application to photoinduced processes

Reihe: PC

17.01.2019  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Dr. Anne Schütz, TU München
Beyond static snapshots - a dynamic view of AAA proteins and their complexes

Reihe: OC

14.01.2019  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Horst P. Beck, Universität des Saarlandes
On correlation between topology and charges: A treatise on some rules of structural organization

Reihe: AC

14.01.2019  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Raffaele Borrelli, Department of Agricultural, Forestry and Food Science, University of Torino, Italy
Electron and energy transfer in biochemical and artificial systems: Analogies and differences from a theoretical perspective

Reihe: PC

10.01.2019  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dina Grohmann, Universität Regensburg
A single-molecule view of the RNA world

Reihe: OC

17.12.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Harald Schwalbe, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
NMR investigations of DNA and RNA quadruplexes and i-motifs

Reihe: AC

03.12.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Petr Stepnicka, Charles University Prag, Tschechien
The synthesis and applications of functional ferrocene phosphines

Reihe: AC

29.11.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Franziska Schönebeck, RWTH Aachen
Adventures in Catalysis: from Mechanisms to Applications

Reihe: OC

26.11.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Rianne Lord, University of Bradford, UK
Transition metal complexes: from structural design to cancer stem cell selectivity

Reihe: AC

22.11.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Donald Hilvert, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Design and evolution of artificial enzymes

Reihe: OC

19.11.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Sjoerd Harder, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Early Main Group Metal Hydrides: Synthetic Challenge, Hydrogen Storage and Hydrogenation Catalysis

Reihe: AC

19.11.2018  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Andrea Cannizzo, Institute of Applied Physics, University of Bern, Switzerland
Functional materials and bio-inspired molecular devices investigated with ultrafast optical spectroscopies

Reihe: PC

15.11.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. J.C. (Tito) Scaiano, University of Ottawa, Canada
The many faces of Titanium Dioxide:  From H2 generation and water decontamination to Green Catalysis

Reihe: OC

08.11.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Matthew Sigman, University of Utah, USA
Data Driven Physical Organic Analysis Tools Applied to Catalysis and Energy

Reihe: OC

08.11.2018  16:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Dean Toste, UC Berkeley, USA
Organic Reaction Inspired by the Organometallic Chemistry of Gold

Reihe: OC

06.11.2018  16:00, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Klaus Koch, Stellenbosch University, Republik Südafrika
Old Chemistry through New Eyes. Probing Precious Metal Hydrometallurgical Solutions with High-field 195Pt and 103Rh NMR spectroscopy

Reihe: AC

29.10.2018  16:15, TUM CH 63214

Dr. Joost Bakker, Institute for Molecules and Materials, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
IR spectroscopic charaterization of transition metal clusters as model systems for heterogeneous catalysis

Reihe: PC

25.10.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

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

Reihe: OC

22.10.2018  17:15, TUM CH 27402

Dr. Anna Company, Universität Girona, Spanien
Taking a closer look at reactive molecules: high-valent copper-nitrene and cobalt-oxygen species

Reihe: AC

19.10.2018  11:00, TUM CH 56215

Prof. Dr. Dietmar Stephan, Technische Universität Berlin
Bauchemie: Interdisziplinäre Forschung zwischen Chemie und Baustoffkunde

Reihe: AC

18.10.2018  17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Nicolas Winssinger, University of Geneva, Switzerland
PNA-encoded molecules to program assemblies and reaction in chemical biology

Reihe: OC

24.07.2018  17:15, TUM CH 26411

Prof. Dr. Stefan Hecht, Humboldt Universität Berlin
Controlling and Driving Thermal Reactions with Light

Reihe: GDCh

06.10.2017  14:15, CRC 3002

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

Reihe: CRC