Vorträge in der Fakultät Chemie

25.07.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Sebastian Hiller, University of Basel
Dynamic biomolecular interactions studied by solution NMR spectroscopy

Reihe: OC

18.07.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Petra Schwille, MPI Martinsried
Towards constructing a minimal living system

Reihe: OC

11.07.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Dr. Paul Schanda, IBS Grenoble, France
Mechanisms of chaperone action from NMR and integrated structural biology techniques

Reihe: OC

08.07.2019 17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Moumita Majumdar, Indian Institut of Science Education Research, Pune, Indien
Genial Germanium and Tin Tweaks for Catalytic and Energy Applications

Reihe: AC

08.07.2019 16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Herbert Over, Physikalisch-Chemisches Institut, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
Catalytic activity and stability of model oxide electrodes: A (combined theory&) experiment approach

Reihe: PC

01.07.2019 17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Eric Rivard, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Kanada
New Strategies to Stabilize Silicon and Germanium in Low Oxidation States

Reihe: AC

27.06.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Hans-Achim Wagenknecht, KIT Karlsruhe
Organic chemistry with light and biology: Photocatalysis, bioorthogonality and nucleic acids

Reihe: OC

17.06.2019 16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Steffen Glaser, Professur für Organische Chenie, Technische Universität München
Optimal control of quantum dynamics: Applications in NMR spectroscopy and in quantum information processing

Reihe: PC

13.06.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Petra Wendler, University of Potsdam
Cryo EM structures of redox proteins

Reihe: OC

07.06.2019 14:15, CRC 3002

Prof. Rory Waterman, University of Vermont, USA
To Insert or not to Insert: Divergent Routes to ElementR11;Carbon BondsR17;

Reihe: AC

06.06.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Ryan Gilmour, University of Münster
Physical Organic Principles in Molecular Design: From Catalysis to Chemical Biology

Reihe: OC

27.05.2019 17:15, TUM CH 27402

Priv.-Doz. Dr. Gerhard Mestl, CLARIANT, Heufeld
Industrial catalysts for the selective oxidation of short chain alkanes: Much more than just developing synthesis recipes R30;

Reihe: AC

23.05.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Thorben Cordes, LMU München
Fluorescence tools for dynamic structural biology of active membrane transporters

Reihe: OC

20.05.2019 16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Tomá#3; Mančal, Institut für Physik, Karlsuniversität Prag
Thermodynamic behavior and excitation trapping: The only truly quantum effects in light-harvestin antennae

Reihe: PC

17.05.2019 11:15, CRC 3002

Prof. Hiroshi Kitagawa, Kyoto University, Japan
Emergence of Confinement- & Interface-Induced Novel Structures & Properties in MOFs

Reihe: AC

16.05.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Kenji Inaba, Tohoku University, Japan
Molecular basis for pH- and zinc-dependent protein quality control at the ER-Golgi interface

Reihe: OC

15.05.2019 16:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Dr. Kirill Kovnir, Iowa State University, USA
Rational Approaches for Novel Pnictide Materials

Reihe: AC

09.05.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Christian Heinis, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Phage Display Selection and High-Throughput Screening of Cyclic Peptides for the Development of Therapeutics

Reihe: OC

06.05.2019 17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Davide Barreca, Padova University, Italien
Multi-functional oxide nanomaterials for sustainable technologies, safety and environmental applications: from fabrication to functional tests

Reihe: AC

06.05.2019 16:15, TUM CH 63214

Prof. Andrea Russell, Physical Electrochemistry, University of Southampton, UK
X-ray absorption spectroscopic studies of oxide electrocatalysts for ORR and OER

Reihe: PC

03.05.2019 16:40, IAS Auditorium

Prof. Dr. Nathalie Kunkel, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Rare Earth Ions as Local Probes and for Optical Materials

Reihe: CH

03.05.2019 15:10, IAS Auditorium

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Häussermann, Stockholm University, Schweden
Hydrides from Hydrogenations Using Gigapascal Pressures

Reihe: CH

03.05.2019 14:40, IAS Auditorium

Prof. Dr. Antti Karttunen, Aalto University, Finnland
Quantum Chemical Perspectives on the Structure and Bonding of Novel Inorganic Materials

Reihe: CH

02.05.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Derek Pratt, University of Ottawa, Canada
Autoxidation and its Inhibition: Taking the Battle from Petroleum-Derived Products to Living Organisms

Reihe: OC

29.04.2019 17:15, TUM CH 27402

Prof. Antti Karttunen, Aalto University, Department of Chemistry and Materials Science, Finland
Evolution meets quantum chemistry: Crystal structure prediction for novel inorganic materials

Reihe: AC

29.04.2019 16:15, TUM CH 63214

Dr. Mie Andersen, Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Chemie, Technische Universität München
Vortrag zur Evaluierung der Habilitation: Scaling relations and beyond for microkinetic models in catalysis

Reihe: PC

25.04.2019 17:15, TUM CH 22210

Prof. Martin Oestreich, TU Berlin
Wheland Intermediates in Catalysis

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