The Karl Ziegler - Giulio Natta lecture is a collaboration between the German Chemical Society and the Società Chimica Italiana. The lecture was launched in 1993 and was given for the first time in 1994 to Vincenzo Balzani from Bologna / Italy and Helmut Ringsdorf from Mainz.
The namesake of the lecture jointly received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1963 for their discovery in the field of chemistry and technology of high polymers, the Ziegler-Natta process. The close cooperation between Italian and German chemists is to be further promoted by the Karl Ziegler - Giulio Natta lecture.
Dr. Maurizio Peruzzini is one of the world's leading researchers in the field of inorganic and organometallic chemistry. He is best known for his original and innovative work on the activation of small molecules using homogeneous catalysts, water-based catalytic processes and phosphorus chemistry.
Professor Dirk Guldi works in the field of physical chemistry at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. His research focus is on the application of a variety of spectroscopic and microscopic techniques to characterize chemical, physical and photophysical properties.
|2015||Kuigi Cavallo, Fisciano / Italy|
|2010||Matthias Beller, Rostock|
|2009||Vincenzo Busico, Naples / Italy|
|2008||Stefan Mecking, Constance|
|2005||Saverino Florio, Bari / Italy|
|2002||Gianfranco Cainelli, Bologna / Italy|
Alessandro Dondoni, Ferrara / Italy
Karl Cammann, Munster
|1997||Cesare Gennari, Milan / Italy|
|1996||Ivano Bertini, Florence / Italy|
Vincenzo Balzani, Bologna / Italy
Helmut Ringsdorf, Mainz
Prof. Dr. Stefan Buchholz, Evonik (lead management)
Prof. Dr. Anna Fischer, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg
dr Katrin Friese, BASF SE
Prof. Dr. Christoph Sotriffer, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg
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