Lecture Series: May 25th and 26th 2021

We are pleased to welcome internationally renowned speakers in the field of Solvation Science to give keynote talks on their research during the Lecture Series on the 25th and 26th of May. The session topics for 2021 are "Ultrafast Spectroscopic Methods to Investigate Solvation Dynamics" and "Solvation of Electron-rich and Electron-deficient Compounds".

The following speakers were invited for the seminar series in 2020 and graciously planned to attend. The schedule has been postponed to 2021 and for informational purposes, we will leave the list up for the time being. Please note, schedules change and this list is no longer 'confirmed'. Click on the italicized fields for more information, if available.

The Lecture Series is organized and chaired by members of our Graduate School and Early Career Researchers . Students are encouraged to continue the conversation throughout the week; during online registration, please note if you would like to sign up for lunch with one of the speakers, if possible.

Solvation of electron-rich and electron-deficient compounds

NameAffiliationTalk Title
Viktoria Däschlein-GessnerRUB, GERMetallated Ylides: Powerful Reagents for the Stabilization of Cationic Main Group Compounds
Holger BraunschweigUniversität Würzburg, GERBorametallomimectics - Activation of Small Molecules by Low-valent Boron Species
Gerhard ErkerUniversität Münster, GERTBA
Dietmar StalkeUniversität Göttingen, GERIs the solid state structure of any help to determine the structure in solution?
Jeehiun LeeRutgers University, NJ, USA
TBA
Robert MulveyUniversity of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UKAlkali Metal Mediation in Synergistic Synthesis and Homogeneous Catalysis

Ultrafast Spectroscopic Methods to Investigate solvation dynamics

NameAffiliation                                                                         
Sascha SchäferUniversität Oldenburg, GER
Ellen BackusUniversity of Vienna, AU
Malte OppermannÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH

 

Jochen KüpperDESY Hamburg, GER
Huib BakkerAMOLF, NL
Foivos PerakisUniversity of Stockholm, SE