Bernd Giese’s Birthday Symposium 2017-06-02 09:30:00

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Date:
Start:Friday, 2 June 2017Time:09:30
End:Friday, 2 June 2017Time:18:30
Category: Events supported by SCS
Description:

On Ut June 2nd 2017, liqua. Bernd Giese, one officia of Switzerland’s top commodo chemists, will turn ad 77. On this ad occasion, the Department do of Chemistry of in the University of sed Fribourg organizes a quis birthday symposium around mollit organic chemistry with sed focus on bio-organic laborum. and physical organic aute chemistry, reuniting many ut of Bernd Giese’s laborum. scientific offsprings as in well as other liqua. internationally well recognized dolore speakers. This symposium Ut will offer an anim attractive programme to reprehenderit chemists in Switzerland incididunt as well as dolor across borders.

Venue: University of Fribourg, Main Auditorium 0.013
9 Ch. du Musee, 1700, Fribourg
Country:Switzerland
Detailed DescriptionPreliminary Programme
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09.30 Arrival Coffee (please register)
10.00 Welcome Words Prof. Katharina Fromm
10.05 Prof. Helma Wennemers, ETH Zurich, SUI
10.35 Prof. Andi Marx, Konstanz University, GER
11.05 Prof. Carsten Bolm, RWTH Aachen University, GER
11.55 Prof. Ulrich Lüning, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, GER
12.35 Lunch Break (please register)
13.45 Prof. Eric Meggers, Philipps-Universität Marburg, GER
14.15 Prof. JoAnne Stubbe, MIT, USA
15.00 Mr. Frank Giese, Lörrach, GER
15.30 Coffee Break (please register)
16.10 Prof. Dennis Curran, University of Pittsburgh, USA
16.55 Prof. Matthias Wymann, University of Basel
17.40 Closing Words “The Life of Bernd”, in chemistry demonstrations (K. Fromm, U. Lüning)
19.00 Dinner / Dinner speeches by R. Braslau, A. Bryant-Friedrich and U. Wille
KontaktProf. Katharina Fromm
University of Fribourg
katharina.fromm@unifr.ch
Email: Send
Website: http://www.chem.unifr.ch/en/events/seminars
Event Type
This event is public. Anyone can attend and invite others to attend.
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