Liebig Lectureship

Liebig Lectureship

The Liebig Association organized a lecture series in 1999

- the Liebig Lectureship -

for outstanding young scientists in organic chemistry preferably from other European countries.

This series of lectures takes the recipients ? the Liebig Lecturers ? to several universities or research institutes of their choice during an academic trip to Germany.

The Liebig Lecturer 2022 is Prof. Joseph Moran, University of Strasbourg & CNRS/ F. The date of the virtual EurJIC Liebig Symposium and the lecture dates will be published on this page in due course.

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The Liebig Lecturer 2021 was Prof. John F. Bower, University of Liverpool/UK. Due to the pandemic, the lecture tour will be postponed to 2022. The title of his lecture is "New Electrophilic Amination Strategies for N-Heterocycle Synthesis".

Previous lecturer

The previous owners of the Liebig Lectureship were:

2021: Prof. John F. Bower, Liverpool / UK ( symposium )

2020: Suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic

2019: Prof. Dr. Alexander D. Dilman, Moscow / Rus ( poster )

2018: Prof. Marcin St?pie?, Wroclaw / Poland ( poster )

2017: Prof. Rubén Martín, Tarragona / Spain ( poster )

2016: Dr. Géraldine Masson, Gif-sur-Yvette / France ( poster )

2015: Prof. Dr. Rafal Klajn, Rehovot / Israel ( Poster )

2014: Prof. Dr. David J. Procter, Manchester / GB ( poster )

2013: Prof. Dr. Lucas Brunsveld, Eindhoven / Netherlands ( Poster )

2012: Prof. Dr. Grzegorz Mloston, University of Lodz / Poland ( poster )

2011: Prof. Dr. Véronique Governor, University of Oxford / GB ( poster )

2010: Prof. Dr. Valentin Ananikov, RAS Moscow / Russia ( Poster )

2009: Prof. Dr. Karl Gademann, ETH Lausanne / Switzerland ( poster )

2008: Dr. Paolo Melchiorre, University of Bologna / Italy ( poster )

2007: Prof. Karl Hale, Queen's University Belfast / Ireland ( poster )

2006: Prof. Antonio M. Echavarren, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia / Spain ( poster )

2005: Prof. Robert Madsen, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet Lyngby / Denmark ( poster )

2004: Dr. Jieping Zhu, CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette / France ( Poster )

2003: Dr. Guy Lloyd-Jones, University of Bristol / GB ( Poster )

2002: Prof. Carolyn R. Bertozzi, University of California, Berkeley / USA

2001: Dr. David M. Hodgson, Lecturer at Oxford University

2000: Prof. Varrinder K. Aggarwal, University of Sheffield / GB

1999: Prof. Philippe Renaud, University of Lausanne / Switzerland

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