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November 2023

Soft Skills Workshop, 3rd Edition

November 9, 2023 @ 9:30 am - 12:45 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

1st session: ChemDraw Live Advanced Tips & Tricks Session Dr. Pierre Morieux is currently the Chemistry Product Marketing Manager at Revvity Signals, formerly PerkinElmer Informatics. In this role, he capitalizes on a decade of experience in the scientific research software industry to empower chemists in developing life-saving therapies and life-enhancing materials through modern, software applications. Prior to his current role, he held positions over a span of almost ten years. His most recent position was as the ChemDraw Global Marketing…

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January 2024

Gabriel J. Lovinger “Reactive Intermediates: Inspiration for the Discovery of Fundamental Reactivity and Mechanisms of Catalysis”

January 17 @ 4:30 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Gabriel J. Lovinger Harvard University Abstract The discovery of fundamental reactivity and the development of selective catalytic methods to precisely construct functional molecules and chiral motifs is essential for the development of the natural sciences. This seminar will cover several cases in which the exploration of how catalysts interact with reactive intermediates has led to the discovery of new manifolds of reactivity and modes of selective catalysis. The first part of the seminar will discuss the development of enantioselective transition…

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February 2024

Céline Calvino “From stimuli responsive systems to renewable polymer materials”

February 1 @ 1:30 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Céline Calvino University of Freiburg

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Irene Regeni “Visible light interacting metallo-supramolecular assemblies towards biomedical applications”

February 1 @ 3:00 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Irene Regeni Leiden University

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Shaohua Zhang “Smart vesicular system: adaptive surface and shape”

February 1 @ 4:30 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Shaohua Zhang Radboud University

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April 2024

Prof. Vincent L. Pecoraro “Strategies for the design of alpha helical metalloproteins”

April 3 @ 11:00 am
Salle de Séminaire

Vincent L. Pecoraro John T. Groves Collegiate Professor of Chemistry http://www.umich.edu/~vlpecgrp/

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ChemOnTubes 2024 Conference

April 7 - April 11
ISIS – Salle de conférence

For those of you that are interested, all key information and the registration link are available at the website of the Congress: https://chemontubes2024.sciencesconf.org/

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Prof. Shigeyuki MASAOKA “Development of Molecular Catalysts for Photosynthetic Reactions”

April 17 @ 4:30 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Prof. Shigeyuki MASAOKA University of Osaka, Japan https://rd.iai.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/656f30eaa4cefc3e.html

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June 2024

Prof. Yoshiyuki Kageyama “Towards molecular robots: self-sustaining mechanical motion of molecular assembly”

June 13 @ 11:00 am
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Prof. Yoshiyuki Kageyama Hokkaido University Abstract: The construction of life-like molecular-based robots is currently an attractive research target in supramolecular chemistry. For this purpose, "autonomy in chemical system" is a key concept. Similar to engines, which are self-sustaining energy converters that have replaced the work of humans and animals, molecular-based engines are expected to operate autonomously with an energy supply. However, it has not been established how to assemble molecular-based engines with practical functions. In general, a molecular system tends…

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Professor Gregor Jung “Photoacids – A unique combination of photochemistry and fluorescence”

June 18 @ 2:00 pm
Salle de réunion

Professor Gregor Jung Department of Chemistry, University of Saarland -  Saarbrücken, Germany   Abstract Aromatic alcohols which become more acidic upon electronic excitation are called photoacids. Therefore, light can trigger, under certain conditions, the release of a proton to the surrounding. Among the large variety of this kind of photochemically active molecules, pyrene-derivatives are our preferred substance class due to their visible luminescence and other beneficial fluorescence properties. As the change of the protonation state is associated with a change…

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