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Welcome to the Thieme WebCheminar series in 2024!

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, SCNOW 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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Cross-Dehydrogenative Coupling presented by Science of Synthesis

February 15, 2024
11:00 AM  – 1:00 PM CET

Chair:

  • Debabrata Maiti (IIT Bombay, India) 

Speakers:

  • Suman De Sarkar (IISER Kolkata, India) – “Regulating Chemoselectivity of Organic Transformations through Electrolysis”
  • Tatiana Besset (University of Rouen Normandy, France)  – “Catalytic Approaches Based on C-H Functionalization: Straightforward Solutions to Synthetic Challenges”
  • Bert Maes (University of Antwerp, Belgium) – “Improving Resource Efficiency and Cost in C-H Functionalizations”

Discover Cross-Dehydrogenative Coupling in our next Thieme WebCheminar with our speakers Debabrata Maiti, Editor of the recent Science of Synthesis volume, Suman De Sarkar (India), Tatiana Besset (France) and Bert Maes (Belgium). Join us on Feb. 15th, at 11 AM (CET). Sign up now to save your spot!  

This Thieme WebCheminar is of particular interest to organic chemistry students, graduate students, and researchers in industry and academia.

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How Chemistry Can Enable a Circular Economy – presented by Sustainability & Circularity NOW

In this Thieme WebCheminar our speakers Chris Slootweg (The Netherlands), Anant Kapdi (India) and Juliana Vidal (USA) present their latest results in the field of Circular Economy. Chaired by Vania Zuin Zeidler (Germany).

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Advances in Skeletal Editing and Rearrangement Reactions – presented by SYNTHESIS

 

In this Thieme WebCheminar our speakers Mamoru Tobisu (Japan) and Mark Levin (USA) present their latest results in the field of Skeletal Editing. Chaired by SYNTHESIS Associate Editor Corinna Schindler.

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Functional Dyes – presented by SYNLETT

 

In this Thieme WebCheminar Jefferson Chan (USA), Youjun Yang, Jiangli Fan, Zhixing Chen, Lin Li (P. R. of China) and Elizabeth New (Australia) present their latest results in the field of functional dyes. Chaired by SYNLETT Editorial Board Member Ang Li (China).

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Base-Metal Catalysis presented by Science of Synthesis

In this Thieme WebCheminar, Lingling Chu (P. R. of China), Ming Joo Koh (R. of Singapore), Zhan Lu (P.R. of China), and Tatsuhiko Yoshino (Japan) present their latest results in the field Base-Metal Catalysis.

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Novel Ligands/Catalysts in Asymmetric Organic Synthesis presented by SYNLETT

In this Thieme WebCheminar, Pengfei Li, Peng Wang, Senmiao Xu, and Jun (Joelle) Wang (P. R. of China) present their latest results in the field of Ligands and Asymmetric Catalysts.

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Sustainable Plastics – presented by Sustainability & Circularity NOW

In this Thieme WebCheminar, André Bardow (Switzerland), Gert-Jan Gruter (The Netherlands), and Charlotte Williams (United Kingdom) present their latest results in the field of sustainable plastics.

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Rising Stars in Organic Synthesis: Session 2 – presented by Science of Synthesis and Synlett

Rising stars of organic synthesis – the screen is yours! A WebCheminar hosting six selected young chemists from around the globe, chaired by SOS Editorial Board Member Shu-Li You.

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Supramolecular Chemistry – presented by Organic Materials

In this Thieme WebCheminar, M. E. Pérez-Ojeda Rodriguez (Germany), Andrew Sue (China) and Guido Clever (Germany) present insights into their latest discoveries in the field of supramolecular chemistry.

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Modern Nickel-Catalyzed Reactions – presented by SYNLETT

Cristina Nevado (Switzerland), Mark Stradiotto (Canada) and Shaolin Zhu (P. R. of China) present insights into their latest research developments of modern nickel-catalyzed reactions in this Thieme WebCheminar, chaired by SYNLETT Editor Rubén Martín (Spain).

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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).

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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!

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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.

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