Events 2017

International Symposium in Munich, August 2-4, 2017

"Dynamics and Intermediates of Molecular Transformations"

You find the symposium program here.



Annual SFB-Workshop takes place at Kloster Irsee from October 2nd to 4th, 2017



July -August Dr. Roger Kutta, guest of Prof. Eberhard Riedle (project B05)

June - August Prof. Henry Schäfer, guest of Prof. Christian Ochsenfeld (project C07)




15.12. Dr. Michael De Paolis

            Université de Rouen, France

            "Synthesis of Aureothin and Aplyurodinone-1, oxygen in the key steps"


07.12. Prof. Cyrill Bressy

            CNRS, Université d'Aix-Marseille, France

             "New strategies and new synthetic challenges in organocatalysis"


30.11. Prof. Stefan Kowarik (Guest at BMO, Faculty of Physics)

            Bundesantstalt für Materialforschung und Überprüfung (BAM)

             "Triggering molecular scale processes with light: from photoalignment

              of molecules to amplification in molecular switches"


09.11. Prof. Stefan Hecht (Guest at BMO, Faculty of Physics)

            Humboldt-Universität Berlin

            "Remote-controlling and driving ground-state chemistry with light"


26.10. Dr. Elsa Cassette (Guest at BMO, Faculty of Physics)

             CEA-CNRS-Universitè Paris-Saclay, France

              "Ultrafast dynamics of excitons in semiconductor nanocrystals studied 

                by femtosecond transient absorption and two-dimensional electronic



19.10. Prof. Markus Raschke (Guest at BMO, Faculty of Physics)

            JILA Boulder, USA

             "Vibrational nano-spectroscopy: probing inter- and intramolecular coupling

              and dynamics on the molecular scale"


08.09. Prof. Nobuake Kambe

            Osaka University, Japan

             "Transition metal catalyzedC-C bond forming reactions

              using Grignard reagents"


01.09. Prof. Sheila David

            UC Davis, California, USA

            "Chemistry and Biology of the Repair of Oxidized DNA Bases"


14.07. Prof. Hrvoje Petek (Guest at BMO, Faculty of Physics)

             University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA

             "Attosecond Multi-Electron Coulomb Dynamics iin Photoinduced

              Surface Charge Transfer"


03.07.  Dr. Chris Ritchie (Guest at BMO, Faculty of Physics)

              University of Melbourne, Australia

              "Unravelling the complexity of designing functional molecular inorganic-

               organic hybrids"


27.06. Prof. Jeffrey Johnson

            University of North Carolina, USA

            "Develpoment of New Stereoselective Reactions for Organic Synthesis"


21.06. Prof. Naoya Kumagai

            Tokio, Japan

            "Reaction Development in the Amide Playground"


19.06. Prof. Olivier Baudoin

            Universität Basel, CH

            "Ring Construction by Pd-Catalyzed C(sp3)-H Activation"


01.06.  Dr. Thomas Huhn (Guest at BMO, Faculty of Physics)

             Universität Konstanz

             "Unimolecular switching of conductance and fluorescence with light:

               The molecules behind the story"


18.05.  Prof. Peter Hommelhoff (Guest at BMO; Faculty of Physics)

             Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

             "Two-Color and Strong Field Physics at Nanostructures"


04.05.  Dr. Mauro Fanciulli (Guest at BMO; Faculty of Physics)

             EPFL Lausanne und Paul Scherrer Institut, Schweiz

             "Spin polarization and atto second time delay in photoemission

               from single crystals"


27.04.  Prof. Masahiro Murakami

             Kyoto University, Japan

             "Photon-Assisted Oranic Synthesis"


26.01.  Prof. Günter Huber (Guest at BMO; Faculty of Physics)

             Institute of Laser Physik, Hamburg University

              "Festkörperlaser im sichtbaren und nahen infraroten Spektralbereich"


19.01.  Dr. Lucile Anthore-Dalion

             École Polytechnique, Paris

             "A Radical Approach to the Alkylation of Ketones"






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