The SCS Spring Meeting is a one-day symposium and provides a high quality program with national and international speakers of a certain topic. The topic of the 2022 edition is 'Biosupramolecular Chemistry'.
|Start Date||22.04.2022 - 09:00|
|Event End||22.04.2022 - 17:30|
|Location||Université de Genève Department of Chemistry, Auditoire A300, Quai Ernest-Ansermet 30|
Non-covalent interactions are increasingly embraced as a central design principle in research areas beyond host-guest chemistry, the cradles of supramolecular chemistry. The biosupramolecular theme of this spring meeting tributes the roots of supramolecular chemistry and covers the growing reaches of molecular recognition principles from organic, inorganic, analytical and physical chemistry toward chemical biology, systems catalysis, and the materials sciences. The unifying aim being to go from structure to function in dynamic systems that are programmed by reversible interactions and inspired by nature.
- Chris Hunter, Cambridge University
- Helma Wennemers, ETH Zurich
- Tanja Weil, MPI Mainz
- Fabian von Rohr, University of Zürich (Werner Prize Winner 2022)
- Hanadi Sleiman, McGill University
- Andreas Herrmann, Firmenich
- Wilhelm Huck, Radboud University
- Dean Toste, UC Berkeley
- Don Hilvert, ETH Zurich
Chairs and local organizers
Prof. Nicolas Winssinger, University of Geneva
Prof. Stefan Matile, University of Geneva
Prof. Sascha Hoogendoorn, University of Geneva
Participation is free of charge for SCS Members and CHF 100.00 for regular non-member and 50.00 for students non-members respectively. Registration is mandatory via the website: https://sm22.scg.ch/registration.