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Prof. Eva Hevia, University of Bern

07. Oct 2022 - 10:45, Universität Basel, Organische Chemie

Exploiting Chemical Cooperativity for Arene Functionalisation

Prof. Khalid Salaita, Emory University, Atlanta, USA

10. Oct 2022 - 16:30, Université de Genève

Tittle to be announced

Prof. Archa Fox, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia

10. Oct 2022 - 16:30, University of Bern, Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Pharmazie

Title to be announced

Prof. Edward I. Solomon, Stanford University, USA

10. Oct 2022 - 16:30, University of Zurich, Department of Chemistry

Activating Metal Sites for Biological Electron Transfer

Dr. Taku Ogura, Nikkol Group Nikko Chemicals Co, Japan

10. Oct 2022 - 17:00, Université de Fribourg

Structural analysis in solutions for development in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products

Prof. Matthew J. Fuchter, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom

12. Oct 2022 - 16:30, Universität Basel, Physikalische Chemie

Maximising Dissymmetry and Handling Directionality in Chiral Materials

Prof. Edward I. Solomon, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA

13. Oct 2022 - 17:30, Universität Basel

Activating Metal Sites for Biological Electron Transfer

Prof. Jochen Niemeyer, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

14. Oct 2022 - 10:45, Universität Basel

Chiral Bronsted acids: What can be gained from multifunctional systems for organocatalysis?

Dr. Guinevere Mathies, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany

18. Oct 2022 - 16:45, ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg

Dr. Guinevere Mathies
Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
Pulse(d) dynamic nuclear polarization

Prof. Daniel Horke, Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

19. Oct 2022 - 16:30, Universität Basel, Physikalische Chemie

New Avenues in Gas-Phase Ultrafast Photochemistry – from Isomer Selectivity to Truly Global

Prof. Dr. Peter Andreas Kast, ETH Zürich

19. Oct 2022 - 17:15, Biozentrum, Lecture Hall U1.131

One in One out – Exploration of the Mysterious Chorismate Mutases from Mycobacterium  tubercolosis

Prof. Jérôme Waser, EPFL

20. Oct 2022 - 16:30, Université de Genève

Tittle to be announced

Prof. Tobias A. M. Gulder, Technical University of Dresden, Germany

20. Oct 2022 - 17:30, Universität Basel

Microbial Biosynthetic Pathways - A Treasure Trove of Novel Biocatalysts and Bioactive Molecules

Prof. Andreas Hirsch, Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

21. Oct 2022 - 10:45, Universität Basel, Organische Chemie

Chemical Patterning of Graphene and Inorganic 2D-Materials

Prof. Manuel Santos, University of Coimbra, Portugal

24. Oct 2022 - 16:30, University of Bern, Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Pharmazie

Functional and evolutionary roles of statistical proteomes

Prof. Dr. Arnaud Gautier, Sorbonne University, France

25. Oct 2022 - 16:30, University of Zurich, Department of Chemistry

Chemogenetic Tools for Imaging, Sensing and Cotrolling Cellular Biochemistry

Minisymposium Doktorierende

25. Oct 2022 - 16:45, ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg

Minisymposium Doktorierende

Yanick Fleischmann
Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich, Schweiz
In-cell NMR of the intrinsically disordered protein Prothymosine Alpha reveals its native dynamic histone 1 interaction in cells

Max Waters
Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich, Schweiz
Tracking dynamic molecular coherence with gas and liquid photoelectron spectroscopy 

Dr. Denis Gribkov, Syngenta Crop Protection AG

26. Oct 2022 - 16:30, University of Bern, Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Pharmazie

«Route scouting, route design, and process development at Syngenta»
DIAC Fellowship 2022

Prof. Dr. Klaus Eyer, ETH, Zürich

26. Oct 2022 - 17:15, Biozentrum, Lecture Hall U1.131

The added value (and challenges) of analyzing cellular functions on the single-sell level

Dr. Denis Gribkov, Syngenta Crop Protection AG

28. Oct 2022 - 09:00, Novartis Pharma AG

«Route scouting, route design, and process development at Syngenta»
DIAC Fellowship 2022

Prof. Birgit Esser, University of Ulm, Germany

28. Oct 2022 - 10:45, Universität Basel, Organische Chemie

Organic Functional Materials: From Batteries to Conjugated Nanohoops and Photoredox Catalysis

Clemens Plaschka, Institute of Molecular Pathology, Vienna, Austria

31. Oct 2022 - 16:30, Universität Bern, Departement für Chemie und Biochemie

Title to be announced

Prof. Dr. Martin Kaupp, Technical University of Berlin, Germany

01. Nov 2022 - 16:30, University of Zurich, Department of Chemistry

Novel Density Functionals for Improved Chemical Applications

Prof. Heather J. Kulik, MIT, Department of Chemical Engineering, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

01. Nov 2022 - 16:45, ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg

Prof. Heather J. Kulik
MIT, Department of Chemical Engineering, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Molecular design blueprints: materials and catalysts from new simulation and machine learning tools

Prof. Astrid Bergeat, University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France

02. Nov 2022 - 16:30, Universität Basel, Physikalische Chemie

Probing Resonances in Near-Threshold Inelastic Collisions

Prof. Kathrin Lang, ETH Zurich

03. Nov 2022 - 16:30, University of Geneva

Expanding the genetic code - new chemistries in living systems

Prof. Joanna Wencel-Delord, University of Strasbourg, France

04. Nov 2022 - 10:45, Universität Basel, Organische Chemie

Asymmetric C-H activation and unusual hybervalent compounds: towards sustainable synthesis of innovative scaffolds

Dr. Lukas Palatinus, FZU Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

08. Nov 2022 - 14:15, Universität Basel, Physikalische Chemie

Electron Diffraction (Howard Flack Crystallographic Lecture Series)

Prof. Dr. Victor Mougel, ETH Zurich

08. Nov 2022 - 16:30, University of Zurich, Department of Chemistry

Bio-Inspired Small Molecule Activation : A Journey Across Multiple Scales

Dr. Loren Andreas, Max-Planck-Institut für Multidisziplinäre Naturwissenschaften, Göttingen, Germany

08. Nov 2022 - 16:45, ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg

Selective recouping pulse sequences for ultrafast magic-angle spinning NMR and application to membrane proteins

Prof. Edvardas Narevicius, TU Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany

09. Nov 2022 - 16:30, Universität Basel, Physikalische Chemie

Titel to be announced

Dr. Jan Schütz, DIAC

10. Nov 2022 - 17:00, Universität Basel

Insights into Process Chemistry AND Case Study from Industry

Prof. Dr. Annette Beck-Sickinger, Leipzig University, Germany

15. Nov 2022 - 16:30, University of Zurich, Department of Chemistry

Seminar on Biochemistry and Bioorganic Chemistry (title to be announced)

Prof. Pietro Faccioli, Università di Trento, Povo, Italien

15. Nov 2022 - 16:45, ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg

«A new paradigm for rational drug discovery based on all-atom protein folding simulations»

Prof. Sonja Schmid, Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands

16. Nov 2022 - 16:30, Universität Basel, Physikalische Chemie

Protein Dynamics Across Timescales – Dissecting the Vibrant Nature of Life at the Nanoscale

Prof. Eric Meggers, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany

17. Nov 2022 - 16:30, University of Geneva

Steering Asymmetric Catalysis with Metal-Centered Chirality

Prof. Pedro M. P. Gois, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

18. Nov 2022 - 10:45, Universität Basel, Organische Chemie

New Chemistries for Stimuli-Responsive Targeting Drug Conjugates

Prof. Dr. Mischa Bonn, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany

22. Nov 2022 - 00:00, University of Zurich, Department of Chemistry

A Molecular View of Water Interfaces

Minisymposium Doktorierende

22. Nov 2022 - 16:45, ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg

Minisymposium Doktorierende

Stephanie Linker
Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich, Schweiz
Dynamic Reweighting and Membrane Permeability of Macrocyclic Drugs

 

Matias Chávez
Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich, Schweiz
Continuous Floquet Theory - Design and analysis of solid-state NMR pulse schemes

Prof. David Wales, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

23. Nov 2022 - 16:30, Universität Basel, Physikalische Chemie

Energy Landscapes: from Molecules and Nanodevices to Machine Learning

Prof. Dr. Matthias Wymann, University of Basel

23. Nov 2022 - 17:15, Biozentrum, Lecture Hall U1.131

Targeting the PI3K/mTOR pathway in cancer, immunity and neurodegenerative disease

Minisymposium Doktorierende

29. Nov 2022 - 16:45, ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg

Minisymposium Doktorierende

Charlotte Müller
Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich, Schweiz
Real-time Haptic Quantum Chemistry for Chemistry Education

Simon Scheidegger
Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich, Schweiz
Precision measurements of the Balmer series

Miguel Steiner
Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich, Schweiz
Autonomous first-principles-based exploration of catalytic processes

Prof. Jean-Philip Piquemal, Université Sorbonne, Paris, France

30. Nov 2022 - 16:30, Universität Basel, Physikalische Chemie

Title to be announced

PD Dr. Felix Hammann, Universitätsspital/Inselspital Bern

30. Nov 2022 - 17:15, Biozentrum, Lecture Hall U1.131

Model-informed drug repurposing in COVID-19

Prof. Andreas Walther, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany

01. Dec 2022 - 16:30, Université de Genève

DNA Nanosystems with Life-Like Traits

Dr. Florian Glöcklhofer, Imperial College London, UK

06. Dec 2022 - 16:30, University of Zurich, Department of Chemistry

Conjugated Macrocycles as Organic Functional Materials: From Synthesis to Applications

Prof. Evangelos Miliordos, Auburn University, Auburn AL USA

06. Dec 2022 - 16:45, ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg

Can theory guide experiment? Quantum calculations suggest novel materials and efficient catalysts for methane to methanol conversion

Dr. John Gatfield, Idorsia Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

07. Dec 2022 - 17:15, Universität Basel

Aha-Effects in Drug Discovery: Some Intersting Examples of Compound Mode of Action Studies

Prof. Max G. Melchor, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

08. Dec 2022 - 16:30,

Tittle to be announced

Prof. Emily Balskus, Harvard University, Cambridge MA, USA

08. Dec 2022 - 17:30, Universität Basel, Organische Chemie

Deciphering the human gut microbiome with chemistry