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Annual Program of the SCS Lectureships

19.02.2019
Zurich
Prof. Christian Heinis, EPFL
Phage Display Selection Chemically Cyclized Peptides for the Development of Therapeutics...
20.02.2019
Basel
Prof. Mikiko Sodeoka, RIKEN, Saitama, Japan
«Synthesis of Fluorine-containing Molecules»...
20.02.2019
Basel
Dr. Fred Campbell, University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands
Tails of the (Un)expected – Adventures of Nanoparticles in Embryonic Zebrafish...
21. - 22.02.2019
Geneva
Prof. Roman Boulatov, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
Challenges and Opportunities of Polymer Mechanochemistry...
21.02.2019
Basel
Prof. Anne S. Ulrich, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Karlsruhe, Germany
Membrane-active peptides and photoswitchable analogues as antibiotics, anti-cancer agents and cell penetrating carriers...
22.02.2019
Basel
Prof. Mariola Tortosa, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Synthesis of versatile intermediates through copper catalysis...
26.02.2019
Zurich
Minisymposium Doktorierende, Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich
Johannes Hellwagner: Ideal pulses on solid-state NMR Maarten Schledorn: Proton-detected solid-state NMR on proteins Luca Semeria: High-resolution spectroscopy of molecular helium in...
26.02.2019
Zurich
Prof. em. Odile Eisenstein, Université Montpellier, France
Reactivity in Organometallic Chemistry Combining Calculations and Solid-State NMR...
27.02.2019
Basel
Prof. Dr. Matthias Rief, Technical University Munich, Germany
Single Molecule Mechanics of Proteins...
27.02.2019
Basel
Dr. Christoph Schmidt, Ulm University, Ulm, Germany
Development of Innate Immune Inhibitors by Potentiating Natural Complement Regulators   through Protein Engineering...
01.03.2019
Basel
Dr. Henry Dube, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany
Indigoid chromophores - from photoswitches to molecular machines...
04.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Jieping Zhu, EPFL
Rearrangement as Strategic Reaction in Total Synthesis of Polycyclic Indole Alkaloids...
04.03.2019
Berne
Prof. Jennifer Doudna, University of California, Berkeley, USA
CRISPR Systems: From Biology to Biotechnology...
05.03.2019
Bern
Dr. Stéphane Bellemin-Laponnaz, University of Strasbourg, France
N-heterocylcic carbene as ligand for early and late transition metals: some recent applications...
05.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Roderich Süssmuth, TU Berlin, Germany
Ribosomal and Non-ribosomal Peptides from Bacteria and Fungi as sources for new Antibiotics...
05.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Bill Morandi, ETH Zürich
Einführungsvorlesung: New catalytic concepts for molecular design...
06.03.2019
Basel
Dr. Effie Photos-Jones, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Dioscorides in the 21st century: decoding the interface between natural medicinal minerals and   their mircrobiome...
07.03.2019
Geneva
Prof. Scott Cockroft, University of Edinburgh, UK
Exploiting Conformational Change: From Molecular Balances to Transmembrane Devices...
08.03.2019
Basel
Prof. Dr. Peter O'Brian, University of York, Heslington, York, UK
New routes to nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur heterocycles: exploring 3-D pharmaceutical space...
11.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Stephen Buchwald, MIT, USA
Palladium-Mediated Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Forming Reactions: From Small to Big...
11.03.2019
Bern
Dr. Marvin Tanenbaum, Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Uncovering dynamics of RNA quality control by live-cell single molecule imaging...
12.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Barbara Wyslouzil, The Ohio State University, USA
From vapor to nanocrystal in microseconds: The short lifestory of a nanodroplet...
12.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Andriy Mokhir, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen, Germany
Molecular Systems Responsive to Reactive Oxygen Species: Applications in Drugs Discovery and Bioanalytics...
14.03.2019
Lausanne
Prof. Nicolas Giuseppone, University of Strasbourg, France
Title to be announced...
18.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. em. Andreas Pfaltz, University of Basel
Studies in Asymmetric Catalysis: From Corrin Chemistry to Chiral N,N- and P,N-Ligands...
18.03.2019
Bern
Prof. Alexander Mankin, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Something about the ribosomes and antibiotics...
19.03.2019
Bern
Dr. Christopher Serpell, University of Kent, UK
Title to be announced...
19.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. James Babb, Harvard University & Smithsonian, USA
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20.03.2019
Basel
Robin Clery, Givaudan Suisse SA, Dübendorf
Phytochemicals in Flavours and Fragrances...
21.03.2019
Geneva
Prof. Stefan Hecht, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Controlling and Driving Thermal Processes with Light...
21.03.2019
Basel
Prof. Jeffrey Bode, ETH Zürich, Zürich
Predictable and programmable organic synthesis...
25.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Guy Lloyd-Jones, University of Edinburgh, UK
From slow to fast: mechanistic studies of some reactions involving Si-reagents...
25.03.2019
Bern
Prof. Camilo Perez, University of Basel
Structure and mechanism of membrane proteins involved in lipids translocation...
26.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Ian Sharp, Walter Schottky Institute, TU München, Germany
Functional Materials, Interfaces, and Devices for Light-to-Chemical Energy Conversion...
27.03.2019
Fribourg
Prof. Anna Stradner, Lund University, Sweden
Protein aggregation and gelation – insight from combining scattering, rheology and computer simulations...
27.03.2019
Basel
Prof. T. Brunner, Universität Konstanz, Germany
Liver Receptor Homolog-1, an emerging pharmacological target in inflammation and tumor  biology...
27.03.2019
Fribourg
Prof. Ulf Olsson, Lund University, Sweden
Title to be announced...
28.03.2019
Basel
Prof. Dr. Mark Murrie, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Back to basics: using simple coordination chemistry to achieve giant magnetic results...
29.03.2019
Basel
Prof. Dr. Artur Stefankiewicz, Adam Mickiewicz University, Posen, Poland
Multidynamic supramolecular assemblies - from molecular component to functional nanostructures...
29.03.2019
Zurich
Prof. Emmanuelle Charpentier, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Germany
CRISPR-Cas9: a game changer in gene editing and genome engineering...
02.04.2019
Zurich
Minisymposium Doktorierende, Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich
Katharina Höveler: Cold collisions: H2+ + H2 studied with merged beams Adrian Mühlbach: Quantum System Partitioning at the Single-Particle Level Matija Žeško: Spectroscopic and ...
03.04.2019
Basel
Dr. Marc Poirot, University of Toulouse, France
Discovery of the tumor suppressor dendrogenin A and applications to cancer treatment...
09.04.2019
Zurich
Prof. Jean-Pierre Wolf, Université de Genève
Title to be announced...
09.04.2019
Zurich
Jun.-Prof. Ivana Fleischer, University of Tuebingen, Germany
There is Something about C-S Bonds...
10.04.2019
Basel
Prof. Pascal Mäser, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel
New drugs for African trypanosomiasis – from control to elimination?...
12.04.2019
Basel
Scientific Symposium in Honor of Prof. em. Dr. Beat Ernst
Finding the Sweet Spot on the Journey towards Carbohydrate-Based Drugs   Over the past two decades, Prof. em. Beat Ernst not only shaped the renowned research and teaching progr...
12.04.2019
Basel
Prof. Dr. Stuart Conway, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Title to be announced...
15.04.2019
Zurich
Prof. Tobias Ritter, Max-Planck-Institut, Germany
Late-Stage Functionalizations...
16.04.2019
Zurich
Prof. Joel Bowman, Emory University, USA
Vibrational Dynamics of the hydrated proton using many-body permutationally invariant potential energy surfaces...
16.04.2019
Zurich
Prof. Inke Siewert, Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany
Metal Complex with Proton Responsive Ligands as Molecular Electrocatalysts in Energy Conversion Reactions...
23.04.2019
Geneva
Prof. Robin Perutz, University of York, York, United Kingdom
Photochemistry of metal hydride complexes inside an NMR spectrometer: Breaking the speed limits of NMR...
24.04.2019
Lausanne
Prof. Robin Perutz, University of York, York, United Kingdom
Photochemistry of metal hydride complexes inside an NMR spectrometer: Breaking the speed of limits of NMR...
26.04.2019
Basel
Prof. Michal Hocek, Charles University in Prag, Prag, Czech Republic
From nucleoside cytostatics to functionalized nucleic acids...
29.04.2019
Zurich
Prof. Robin Perutz, University of York, York, United Kingdom
Hydrogen bonding and halogen bonding to transition metal complexes...
30.04.2019
Zurich
Prof. Friedrich Temps, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany
Title to be announced...
30.04.2019
Zurich
Prof. Robin Perutz, University of York, York, United Kingdom
Photochemistry of metal hydride complexes inside an NMR spectrometer: Breaking the speed limits of NMR...
02.05.2019
Basel
Prof. Robin Perutz, University of York, York, United Kingdom
Hydrogen bonding and halogen bonding to transition metal complexes...
07.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. Armido Studer, University of Muenster, Germany
Electron Catalysis...
08.05.2019
Basel
Dr. med. Pia Caduff-Janosa, Uppsala Monitoring Centre WHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring, Uppsala, Sweden
Global Pharmacovigilance and the Power of Narratives in the Era of Big Data...
10.05.2019
Basel
Prof. Dr. Peng Chen, Peking University, Beijing, Chinag
Bioorthogonal cleavage reactions in space and time: from living cells to living animals...
13.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. David MacMillan, Princeton University, USA
New Photoredox Reactions...
13.05.2019
Fribourg
Fribourg Chaim Weizmann Lecture
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14.05.2019
Zurich
Minisymposium Doktorierende, Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich
Thomas Gartmann: tbd Irina Ritsch: tbd Jan-Grimo Sobez: Graph interpretation, manipulation and conformer generation  software for inorganic molecules ...
14.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. Allan S. Myerson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Continuous Crystallization of Pharmaceuticals...
15.05.2019
Basel
Prof. Edward A. Anderson, University of Oxford, UK
Title to be announced...
15.05.2019
Basel
Prof. Regine Süss, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
Do we really need nanoparticulate drug carrier systems?...
17.05.2019
Basel
Prof. Dr. Christoph Kreutz, Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Oesterreich
Expanding the toolbox for integrated structural biology of nucleic acids...
20.05.2019
Geneva
Prof. Takashi Ooi, Nagoya University, Japan
Title to be announced...
20.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. Franziska Schönebeck, RWTH Aachen, Germany
Insight-Driven Strategies in Catalysis for Selective Transformations and Late-Stage Functionalizations...
21.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. em. Jean-Michel Savéant, University Paris Diderot, France
Toward Intelligent Design of Molecular Catalysts of Electrochemical Reactions...
21.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. Andrea Burden, ETH Zürich
Einführungsvorlesung: Using data to solve problems: The new role of pharmacoepidemiology in patient care...
22.05.2019
Basel
Dr. Daan Geerke, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Molecular simulations of flexible enzymes: binding affinity prediction and insights into   biocatalyst and antidote design...
23.05.2019
Basel
Prof. Takashi Ooi, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
Title to be announced...
28.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. Edit Màtyus, Eötvös Lorànd University, Hungary
Recent Developments and Future Challenges for Molecular Quantum Theory...
28.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. em. Weston T. Borden, University of North Texas, USA
Why Are N2 and O2 Unreactive?...
29.05.2019
Zurich
Prof. David Mobley, University of California, USA
Making molecular simulations a valuable tool for drug discovery...
13. - 14.06.2019
Geneva
Dr Sarah Sulzer, Syngenta Crop Protection AG, Stein
Title to be announced...
20.06.2019
Basel
Prof. Frank Glorius, Universität Münster, Münster, Germany
On discovery in catalysis...

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