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)
Colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals: from early days to lead-halide perovskites
Prof. Maksym Kovalenko (ETH Zürich)
Multifunctional supramolecular electronics: from multiresponsive organic devices to multilevel memories
Prof. Paolo Samori (University of Strasbourg, France)
Molecular Vending Machines for the Synthesis of Drug Like Molecules
Prof. Jeffrey Bode (ETH Zürich)
With One Catalyst in Multiple Steps in A One-pot Fashion - Sequentially Palladium-catalyzed Processes for the Synthesis of Functional Heterocycles
Prof. Thomas J.J. Müller (Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf)
Development of the New Catalytic Tools for the Synthesis of Natural Products and Glycoderivatives
Prof. Pavel Nagorny (University of Michigan)
Two days course of lectures: Molecular Topology: Catenanes and Knots, Towards Molecular Machines and Motors
Prof. Jean-Pierre Sauvage (University of Strasbourg, France) , Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, Professor of Chemistry
Going with the Flow – The Use of Continuous Processing in Organic Synthesis
Prof. C. Oliver Kappe (University of Graz, Austria)
Perspectives in Molecular Tectonics: from molecules to crystals, mosaics of crystals and crystal welding
Prof. Mir Wais Hosseini, University of Strasbourg, Exceptional Class Professor of Chemistry, Director of the Molecular Tectonics Laboratory
Two days course of lectures: Perspectives in Chemistry: Molecular, Supramolecular, Adaptive Chemistry
Prof. Jean-Marie Lehn, University of Strasbourg, Nobel Prize Winner, Professor of Chemistry at Institute for Advanced Study
Artificial Intelligence: the Future for Synthetic Chemistry?
Prof. Alexandre Varnek, University of Strasbourg, Head of the Laboratory of Chemoinformatics
Controlling self-assembly by chemical fuels
Prof. Thomas Hermans, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Strasbourg
Cyclisation reactions of free and masked dianions
Prof. Peter Langer, University of Rostock, Head of the Department of Organic Synthesis, Director of the Institute of Chemistry