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…developing highly stereoselective synthetic strategies, for which the choice of a suitable solvent system is crucial. Furthermore,alternative sustainable technologies – ”green chemistry” – require novel designer solvents, which reduce or eliminate the use of hazardous substances in the production and application of chemical products. A new stage in technological sorption and purification processes has been entered with the development of ionic liquids as green solvents. Nonconventional solvent mixtures are just being explored for the more effective conversion of biomass to feedstock chemicals. Focusing on…

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… lithium battery electrodes Domke, Katrin MPI for Polymer Research, Germany Raman under water - pushing sensitivity and spatial resolution Falconer, Robert University of Sheffield, UK The Application of Microcalorimetry and Terahertz Spectroscopy to Study the Interaction between Proteins, Cosolutes and Water Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre University Évry-Val d'Essonne, France Solvation and vibrational spectroscopy at solid oxyde/liquid water…

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… University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Principles of Monte Carlo Sampling Yuki Nagata Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany Molecular Dynamics Simulation for Sum-Frequency Generation Spectra Poul B. Petersen Cornell University, USA Introduction to surface nonlinear spectroscopy and applications to study water at interfaces and in biological settings Sylvie Roke EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland Nonlinear light scattering: molecular structure and electrostatic potentials on the nanoscale Mariana Rossi Fritz Haber Institute, Germany Ab initio (quantum) molecular dynamics for H-bonded…

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… propanol, methane or ethylene. Prof Dr Guido Clever has won the ERC Consolidator Grant - 2 million Euro for five years. The chemist from TU Dortmund University will design and synthesize nanometer-size cages and capsules from molecular building...

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…Consistent promotion of young researchers: a springboard to professorship RUB young academics’ applications are successful

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… 0 A Prof. Dr. Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner Ruhr-Universität Bochum Inorganic Chemistry II fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Daeschlein_Gessner.jpg Organometallic Chemistry: Tailoring structures and properties of carbanionic reagents for selective synthetic applications http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/ac2/index.html.en 11c85e3498ba4726feac4fa0b92a65fb15daeadb 0 C Dr. Andreas Erbe Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH Düsseldorf and NTNU Norway fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Erbe.jpg In situ study of water to frozen ice transition at…

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… 0 A Prof. Dr. Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner Ruhr-Universität Bochum Inorganic Chemistry II fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Daeschlein_Gessner.jpg Organometallic Chemistry: Tailoring structures and properties of carbanionic reagents for selective synthetic applications http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/ac2/index.html.en 11c85e3498ba4726feac4fa0b92a65fb15daeadb 0 A Prof. Dr. Lukas J. Gooßen Ruhr-Universität Bochum Organic Chemistry I fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Goossen.jpg Development of catalytic methods, C-C, C-H and CO2 activation,…

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… Controlled orientation of redox enzymes at electrode surfaces, SECM-based surface structuring for bio-array production, Design of redox solvated matrices (hydrogels) to bridge hydrogenases and photosystems with electrodes for energy conversion applications and for fundamental studies of redox biocatalysts http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/ces/Nicolas_eng.html 4ba4a8402c1c53afa97aaa2a1046c7e585077c82 0 A Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Richter Ruhr-Universität Bochum Chair for Thermodynamic fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Richter.jpg…

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… Council. For his research Dr Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable energy sources into a form that can be stored, for example the chemical fuel hydrogen. Currently, doing so usually requires using the expensive and rare…

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… Council. For his research Dr Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable energy sources into a form that can be stored, for example the chemical fuel hydrogen. Currently, doing so usually requires using the expensive and rare…

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