A series of mini-symposia on selected topics in organic chemistry. Each WebCheminar will be themed around research topics featured in Thieme Chemistry products such as the journals SYNTHESIS, SYNLETT, Organic Materials, SynOpen, Synfacts and the reference work Science of Synthesis. Renowned experts in their field will present their recent research findings, and the sessions will offer time for a Q&A session. The talks will be of interest to all organic chemistry students, graduates, and researchers in industry and academia from all over the world. Join us and participate in the Thieme WebCheminar series.
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March 23, 2023
3 – 5 pm (CET)
- SYNLETT Editor Rubén Martín (ICIQ, Spain)
- „Breaking the Symmetry in Nickel Catalysis“ – Cristina Nevado (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
- „Unplugged‘ Nickel-Catalyzed C–N and C–O Cross-Couplings: DalPhos Ligand Design and Mechanistic Insights“ – Mark Stradiotto (Dalhousie University, Canada)
- „NiH-Catalyzed Functionalization of Remote and Proximal Olefins“ – Shaolin Zhu (Nanjing University, P. R. of China)
Due to its relatively abundant and inexpensive nature, nickel has been of high interest as transition metal for homogeneous catalysis in the field of organic synthesis. In this Thieme WebCheminar, chaired by SYNLETT Editor Rubén Martín (ICIQ, Spain), our speakers Cristina Nevado (Switzerland), Mark Stradiotto (Canada) and Shaolin Zhu (P. R. of China) will present insights into the research developments in their respective focus areas.
This Thieme WebCheminar is of particular interest to organic chemistry students, graduates, and researchers in industry and academia. Sign up now to save your spot!
Every participant will be provided with access to the recording of the WebCheminar afterwards.
WebCheminars in 2023
Perspectives on AI/ML in Chemistry from Academia and Industry– presented by Science of Synthesis
Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are of ever-increasing importance in chemical research. Our speakers share their perspectives in this Thieme WebCheminar, chaired by Dr. Guido Koch (Amphilix).
Organic Transistors – presented by Organic Materials
This Thieme WebCheminar, chaired by Organic Materials Editor Xiaozhang Zhu (P.R. of China), our speakers present their state-of-the-art research on organic transistors – Q&A included!
Rising Stars in Organic Synthesis – presented by Science of Synthesis and SYNTHESIS
Rising stars of organic synthesis – the screen is yours! A WebCheminar hosting six selected SOS ECAB Members from around the globe, chaired by SYNTHESIS Editor-in-Chief Mark Lautens.