2016 Munster

6th SEC annual meeting in Münster: May 18-20, 2016

Münster: Rathaus mit Friedenssaal  (Foto: Presseamt Münster / MünsterView)
6. SEC Jahrestreffen Münster: Ortskomitee
6. SEC Jahrestreffen Münster: Ortskomitee

In 2016 we continued the successful SEC annual meeting. The conference venue was the historic university town of Münster. The large physics lecture hall HS 1 in Wilhelm-Klemm-Str. 9 was available for our Conference . The annual meeting took place from:

May 18-20, 2016

In 2016, too, the focus was on top-class lectures that are particularly related to senior chemists and present the latest developments in an understandable manner (see "Lectures" below). In Münster we attached particular importance to the involvement of young chemists, especially in the form of posters.

In Münster, too, we invited senior citizens to present their "retirement" activities of all kinds using posters. We have had good experience with this in Braunschweig; There was often lively discussion in front of the posters and the participants were able to take many suggestions home with them.

Link to the official conference website of the GDCh with registration and submission of contributions and posters. Flyer of the Conference for download.

A detailed report was published in the 'Nachrichten': Nachr. Chem. 2016, 64, 923.


Many, but not all, presentations are available in PDF format. If you are interested, send an email to Wolfgang Gerhartz

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

  • From spider's web to high-tech fiber: fabric of the future or spinning mill?
Thomas Scheibel
  • Trends in Modern CH Activation: Implications for New Materials
Frank Glory
  • Molecules that move the world
Eberhard Ehlers

Thursday, May 19, 2016

  • Power to X - Chemical energy storage
Stephen Schirrmeister
  • Speciation Analysis and Element Bioimaging: From Hereditary Diseases to New Implants
Michael Sperling
  • What paint can do
Catherine Kreth
  • Inactive materials must be in focus: system thinking as the key to new batteries
Martin Winters
  • Electrical energy from the carbon sandwich - experiments on the subject of "lithium-ion accumulators"
Marco Oetken

Friday, May 20, 2016

  • Organic Light Emitting Diodes - New materials enable transformative applications in displays and lighting
Herwig Buchholz
  • Curricular innovations: Dye-based molecular switches
Simone Kroeger
  • Genome Editing - Do the Opponents of Green Genetic Engineering Have to Rethink?
Klaus-Dieter Jany
  • Mycotoxins in food: a food security challenge
Hans Ulrich Humpf

Photo gallery Münster


This page has been machine translated. If you have any feedback or comments please feel free to contact us.

last modified: 18.08.2023 17:59 H from Translator