Events 2009

Gastwissenschaftler

 

Prof. Moore O’Ferrall

Dublin, Irland

September

Dr. Raffaele Borelli

Neapel, Italien

Mai bis Juni

Prof. Rainer Leonhardt

Auckland, Neuseeland

Januar bis Juni

 

 

 

Tagungen

 

SFB-Tagung, Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung in Wildbad Kreuth, 30.03.-01.04.2009

 

 

 

Kolloquien

 

Prof. Christian Hackenberger

Freie Universität Berlin

07.12.

Chemoselektive Staudinger reactions for the functionalization of peptides and proteins

Prof. Christian Hertweck

Leibniz-Institut für Naturstoff-Forschung und Infektionsbiologie, Jena

30.11.

Exploring and Engineering Polyketide Diversity in Microorganisms

Prof. Sir Alan Fersht

(Gast der TUM)

University of Cambridge, UK

24.11.

Protein Folding Mechanisms

Dr. Dieter Arndt

Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie, Dortmund

23.11.

On old and new targets of bioactive peptide natural products

Prof. Majed Chegui

École polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

18.11.

Electronic and structural dynamics in molecular systems by ultrafast UV- and X-spectroscopy

Prof. Jay S. Siegel

Universität Zürich, Schweiz

16.11.

Synthesis and Properties of Corannulene Derivates

Prof. Serge Ivanov

Ruhr-Universität Bochum

13.11.

Quantum-induced symmetry breaking explains the IR spectra of CH5+ isotopologues

Prof. Ad van der Aoird

Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands

09.11.

The properties of water from first principles

Prof. Ronald Micura

Leopold Franzens Universität Innsbruck, Austria

02.11.

Chemically modified RNA – On Riboswitch folding and ribosomal peptide-bond formation

Prof. Graig Crews

Yale University New Haven, USA

29.10.

Controlling Protein Degradation using Small Molecules

Prof. Julius Rebek

Skaggs Institute, La Jolla, USA

19.10.

Recognition and Catalysis in Deep Cavitands

Caroline Joanesse

University St. Andrews, Scottland

01.10.

Amidine Derivates as Organocatalysts for the Steglich Rearrangement

Prof. H. Ila

Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India

25.09.

Design and Development of New Synthetic Strategies for Biologically Important Heterocyclic Cores

Prof. Isao Shimizu

Waseda University, Japan

24.09.

Synthesis of Biologically Active Compounds Using Palladium-Catalyzed Reactions

Dr. Stephanie Deutz

Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles (ICSN), Gif-sur-Yvette, France

21.09.

Synthesis and biological evolution of new potential protein farnesyltransferase bisubstrate inhibitors

Prof. Nikolay S. Zefirov

Moskow State University, Russia

27.07.

Recent achievement in the chemistry of nitro compounds

Prof. Andrei Tokmakoff

Dept. of Chemistry, MIT, Cambridge, USA

22.07.

The Dynamics of Hydroxide Ion Transport in Water

Prof. Martina Havenith (Gast der TUM)

Ruhr-Universität Bochum

13.07.

Understanding salvation and the interplay between fluctuation and function: The THz dance of the water with the protein

Matthias Heyden

Ruhr-Universität Bochum

10.07.

Vibrational modes of water in ab initio molecular dynamics simnulations

Prof. Jörg Rademann

Leibniz-Institute of Molecular Pharmacology, Berlin

29.06.

Development of Specific Protein Ligands Using Dynamic Ligation Screening

Prof. Mark Lautens

University of Toronto, Canada

26.06.

Synthesis and Reactions of Heterocycles

Prof. Alfred Holzwarth

Max-Planck-Institut für Bioanorganische Chemie, Mülheim

25.06.

Dynamics and Regulations of Energy transfer Processes in the Antenna of Oxigenic Photosynthesis. How do plants avoid sunburn?

Dr. Alexander Eisfeld (Gast der TUM)

 

17.06.

A Stochastic Schrödinger equation approach to quantum aggregates

Prof. Karola Rück-Braun

TU Berlin

15.06.

Synthesen und Eigenschaften von Bauelementen für lichtgesteuerte Funktionsmodelle

Dr. Franziska Schönebeck

UCLA Los Angeles, USA

28.05.

Observing and Understanding Reactivities of Organic Nitrogen Compounds

Prof. Henning Mootz

TU Dortmund

28.05.

New-Site-Selective Approahces in Protein Chemistry: From Incorporating Biophysical Probes to Ubiquitin-like Posttranslational Modifications

Dr. Chris Middleton

University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA

27.05.

Polarization Shaping of Femtosecond Mid-IR Pulses: Applications to 2D IR Spectroscopy and Quantum Control

Prof. Peter Seebach

ETH Zürich, Schweiz

19.05.

Isolierung und Strukturbestimmung von reaktiven Zwischenstufen der Organokatalyse

Prof. Wayne Bolen (Gast der TUM)

University of Texas, Medical Branch, Galveston, USA

18.05.

What physiologically important osmolytes reveal about protein folding

Prof. Bernd Bukau

Universität Heidelberg

14.05.

Mechanisms of Molecular Chaperones in Protein Quality Control

Dr. Tatjana Domratcheva (Gast der TUM)

Max-Planck-Institut für medizinische Forschung, Heidelberg

13.05.

Electronic Structure of the (6-4)DNA Photoproduct Repair

Prof. Michael G. Organ

York University, Toronto, Canada

11.05.

Pd N-Heterocyclic Carbene Catalysts: How much bigger is better?

Prof. Martin Zacharias (Gast der TUM)

Technische Universität München

11.05.

Efficient modelling of protein conformational changes during docking and structure formation

Christian Ossefurth

Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie, Bremen

04.05.

Investigating the Dynamics of Liviing systems under Pressure

Dr. Janne Sovalainen

University Twente, Enschede, Netherlands

23.04.

Characterizing and controlling photophysics of an artifical light-harvesting complex

Prof. Florence Mongin

University Rennes, France

06.04.

Deprotonation of sensitive aromatic substrates using bimetallic Zn/Li and Cd/Li bases

Dr. Sergiu Amarie

Universität Frankfurt

27.03.

Photo-protective function of the carotenoids in photosynthesis

Dr. Pascale Clivio

Université de Reims, France

24.03.

Synthetic Model Compounds for DNA-Damage

Aliaksei Putau

University of Moskau, Russia

27.02.

Chiral Bronsted Acids in Asymmetric Catalysis

Dr. Anne Staubitz

University of Bristol, UK

13.02.

Catalytic dehydrocoupling of amine-boranes

Prof. Stephan Landgraf

Technical University Graz, Austria

06.02.

Understanding photoinduced electron transfer in the concept of Marcus theory

Prof. Helma Wennemers

University Basel, Switzerland

02.002.

The many faces of peptides – Supramolecular Assemblies and Asymmetric Catalysis

Stefan Jungblut

Universität Basel, Switzerland

02.02.

Functional Enlightenment of the Molecular Machine Reverse Gyrase

Bastian Rühle

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

02.02.

Investigation of Mitotic Spindle Mechanics with PEG Pillar Arrays

Prof. Petr Klán

Masaryk University, Brno, Tschechien

30.01.

The Photoenolization Reaction: Synthetic and Mechanistic Variations

Prof. G. von Kiedrowski

Ruhr-Universität Bochum

26.01.

Chemical Self-Replication and Multicomponent Assemby

Prof. Don Hilvert

ETH Zürich, Switzerland

22.01.

Teaching old Enzymes new Tricks

Prof. Friedrich Temps

Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel

20.01.

Ultrafast Dynamics electronical excited DNA and DNA Building Blocks Femtosecond Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Prof. Ivan Huc

Institute Europeen de Chimie et Biologie, Bordeaux, France

19.01.

Protein-sized Foldamers

Prof. Michael Blackburn

University Sheffield, UK

16.01.

Phosphate Group transfer – How does an enzyme catalyze this most difficult of reactions

Prof. Burkhard König

Universität Regensburg

16.01.

Organic chemistry with light: Acceleration of reactions, switching of conformations and detection of analytes

Rüdiger Scheu

Universität Konstanz

09.01.

Ultrabreitbandige THz-Optoelektronik basieren auf einem fs-Erbium-Faserlaser

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