For the fourth time, the annual meeting of Senior Expert Chemists took place from May 9th to 11th, 2012 under the motto "The Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region as a power and innovation center". This year the seniors met at the Mercure Hotel in Bad Dürkheim. The local organization was in the hands of Hermann Pütter, Ulrich Schirmer and Peter Thieme.
With well over 300 participants, the meeting was the most popular so far. But the quality of the Conference in the top league. The invited speakers offered lectures of the finest quality: from the problems of feeding the world's population of the future to the therapy of brain tumors with ion beams. The discussion with young chemists took place mainly on the basis of their posters. In addition, young and old had ample opportunity to discuss new research or scientific findings on old problems. A trip to BASF in Ludwigshafen and a joint dinner in the Feierabendhaus - alternatively a guided tour in Speyer - complemented the scientific program of the Conference.
A detailed report on the Conference is available for download as a PDF file. The slides of the presentations and the posters can be downloaded as PDF files below (list of presentations) - of course only if the authors have given their express permission. Photos from the Conference can also be viewed (photo gallery); all photos: © 2012 Wolfgang Gerhartz.
The fourth annual meeting of senior chemistry experts was supported by the Federal Senior Expert Chemists , Seniors, Women and Youth.
Many, but not all, presentations are available in PDF format. If you are interested, send an email to Wolfgang Gerhartz
Wednesday 9 May 2012
|Hans Gunter Gassen|
|| Adolf Rapp|
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Thursday, May 10, 2012
|dr Friedbert Nees|
Friday, May 11, 2012
| dr peter eckes|
|Magnus von Knebel Doeberitz|
University of Kaiserslautern
|The Mechanism of the Decarboxylative Cross-Coupling: A DFT Investigation||Fromm, A.; Goossen, LJ|
|Calculation of the Magnetic Anisotropy via DFT using the broken Symmetry Method||Kessler, E.; van Wullen, C.|
|Transition Metal Catalyzed Isomerization of Allyl Esters to Enol Esters||Mamone, P.; Gooßen, LJ; Grunberg, FJ, Khan, BA|
|Towards the mechanism of daptomycin: an EPR and EM approach||Theison, S.; Mueller, C.; Colesie, C.; Hideg, K.; Büdel, B.; Ziegler, C.; Trommer, WE|
|Antigen-gelonin fusion protein for the treatment of myasthenia gravis||Theison, S.; Hossann, M.; Abrosinov, J.; Schwan, N.; Trommer, WE|
University of Heidelberg
|Sterically demanding imidazoles||Meier, C.|
|Gem Diauration and its Significance in Gold Catalysis||Nosel, P.; Hashmi, ASK|
|Gold-Catalyzed Diyne Cyclization Reactions - Evidence for Gold-Vinylidenes||Wieteck, M.; Hashmi, ASK|
University of Darmstadt
|iGEM—Genetically Engineered Machine Competition||Rottmann, P.; Warzecha, H.|
|Next generation recycling||Cordes, H.; Wehling, A.; Warzecha, H.|
|Helically Chiral Polymers as Alignment Media in NMR Spectroscopy||Schilling, J.; Reggelin, M.|
|Synthesis of the First Geminal "Free" Bis(sulfoximine)||Mehler, C.; Reggelin, M.|
|Transient ischemic attack (circulatory disorder) caused by a cerebral cavernoma (spongy blood in the brain)||Small, TO|
|Philately for the International Year of Chemistry 2011 and 100 years Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Maria Sklodowska Curie||Gunther, K.|
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