Kharkiv Chemical Seminar

During russia's war against Ukraine, many Ukrainian scientists have no opportunity to carry out their research in laboratories and participate in scientific conferences. However, it is very important for them to get in touch with colleagues and to be involved in scientific processes. For this reason, we have organized online chemistry seminars for Ukrainian scientists - Kharkiv Chemical Seminar - and approach leading chemists to give lectures there.

Scheduled lecturers

Guido J. Reiss (Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf)
Dr Andrey Klymchenko (University of Strasbourg, France)
Lodging heteroatoms in p-conjugated scaffoldings
Prof. Davide Bonifazi (Institute of Organic Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria)
Tunable Lipidic Acetylenic Cytotoxics (LACs) against Cancers and Tuberculosis
Prof. Remi Chauvin (University of Toulouse, France)
Dithieno-anellation of [1,4]thiazines - A tale of electron density enrichment to give redox-active luminophores to unusual solid-state antiaromatics
Prof. Thomas J.J. Müller (Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf)
Recent adventures in catalysis and beyond
Prof. Dr. Bill Morandi (ETH Zürich, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Switzerland)
Cancer Nanomedicine
Prof. Twan Lammers (Center for Biohybrid Medical Systems, RWTH Aachen University Clinic, Germany)
The Alchemy of Vacuum
Prof. Thomas W. Ebbesen (University of Strasbourg, France)
Deazaflavin-based strong reducing agents produced by light
Prof. Radek Cibulka (University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic)
Bio-enabled Functional Nanomaterials: from Actuating Flexible Magnets to Photonically-Assisted Logic
Prof. Vladimir Tsukruk (School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
Dearomative Functionalization Strategies: From Novel Methods to Complex Natural Products
Prof. David Sarlah (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Emerging enabling technologies in chemical processing: the truth about reproducibility and real industrial applications
Prof. Giancarlo Cravotto (University of Turin, Italy)
Quasi-periodic Crystals, a Paradigm Shift in Crystallography
Prof. Dan Shechtman (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Iowa State University, USA), Nobel Prize winner
Simplifying synthesis with Electricity
Prof. Phil Baran (Scripps Research Institute, USA)
The alkaline hydrolysis of chromic wastes. A closed-loop technology
Prof. Ing. Karel Kolomazník (Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Czech Republic)
The Molecules of Life: DNA, RNA, Proteins – History Placed in Perspective
Prof. Kurt Wüthrich (Scripps Research and ETH Zürich), Nobel Prize winner
The Fascinating World of Two-Dimensional Carbides and Nitrides (MXenes)
Prof. Yury Gogotsi (Drexel University, USA)
The Path to the Nobel Prize
Prof. Richard J. Roberts (New England Biolabs, Inc.), Nobel Prize winner
Functional Materials by Design: Developing Treasure Maps with Quantum Chemistry
Prof. Matthias Wuttig (RWTH Aachen University of Technology)
Strategies and Tactics in Natural Products as an Engine for Discovery
Prof. Erick M. Carreira (ETH Zürich, Institute of Organic Chemistry)
Reticular Chemistry
Prof. Omar M. Yaghi (University of California, Berkeley)
Reticular Nanoscience: Bottom-Up Assembly Nanotechnology
Prof. Stefan Wuttke (Basque Center for Materials, Applications and Nanostructures)
Engaging esters, aldehydes, and alcohols in cross-coupling: A high throughput approach to reaction discovery
Prof. Stephen G. Newman (University of Ottawa)
Distributed Drug Discovery
Prof. William L. Scott (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)
Educational course for PhD and MS students by Prof. Thomas J.J. Müller
Prof. Thomas J.J. Müller (Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf)
Multicomponent reactions: New kids on the block
Prof. Alexander Dömling (University of Groningen)
Colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals: from early days to lead-halide perovskites
Prof. Maksym Kovalenko (ETH Zürich)