SCS Lectureships - Program 2018

Prof. Scott J. Miller, Yale University, USA
«Searching for Selective Catalytic Reactions in Complex Molecular Environments»
Tour date: 26.02.-05.03.2018
Tour organizier: Prof. Christof Sparr, University of Basel

Prof. Masayuki Inuoe, The University of Tokyo, Japan
«Radical-Based Approach for Synthesis of Complex Natural Products»
Tour date: 7.-15.05.2018
Tour organizier: Prof. Jieping Zhu, EPF Lausanne

Prof. Frank Neese, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Mülheim an der Ruhr, GER
«Ab-initio Ligand Field Theory and Magnetism of d- and f-Elements»
«Insight into the Water Oxidizing Cluster in Photosystem II»
«Insight into CO2-Activation»
«Reactivity of High-Valent Non-Heme Iron Centers»
Tour date: 14.-18.05.2018
Tour organizer: Prof. Thomas Bally, University of Fribourg

Dr. Eng. Zhaomin Hou, Riken Center for Sustainable Resource Science, Japan
«Search for new catalysts for efficient and selective chemical transformations»
Tour date: 28.05.-04.06.2018
Tour organizier: Prof. E. Peter Kündig, University of Geneva

Prof. Craig Crews, Yale University, USA
«PROTAC-mediated Protein Degradation: The chemical equivalent of siRNA»
Tour date: 18.06.-22.06.2018
Tour organizier: Prof. Dennis Gillingham, University of Basel

Prof. Scott Snyder, University of Chicago
«Strategies and tactics for the rapid synthesis of molecular complexity»
Tour date: 10.-17.09.2018
Tour organizier: Prof. Christian Bochet, University of Fribourg

Prof. John R. Yates, The Scripps Research Institute, USA
«Understanding the molecular defect in cystic fibrosis using mass spectrometry and proteomics»
Tour date: 17.-24.10.2018
Tour organizier: Prof. Renato Zenobi, ETH Zurich

Prof. Masahiro Murakami, Kyoto University, Japan
«Life-Long Focus on Four-Membered Rings»
Tour date: 28.10.-02.11.2018
Tour organizier: Prof. Jérôme Lacour, University of Geneva


The call for proposals for 2020 will open in April 2019.