化学所分子识别与功能实验室

2011年实验室来访学术交流一览表

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Name

Organization

Country

Lecture title

Date

1

John Brown

Oxford University

UK

Palladium and rhodium catalysis;new partners and new directions

Jan.13

2

Joost.N.H. Reek

University of Amsterdam

UK

Supramolecular Strategies in Transition Metal Catalysis

Mar.18

3

Susumu Saito

Nagoya University

Japan

Directed Activation of Alcohols for Organic Synthesis: Controlling Diversity in Hydrogen Atom Transfer in Molecular Catalysis through its Beyond

Mar.18

4

龚汉元

University of Texas at Austin

China

Anion Induced Molecular Self-Assembly: A ‘Texas-sized’ Molecular Box Approach

Mar.23

5

涂永强

Lanzhou University

China

有机重排反应及天然产物合成

Apr.26

6

Darren J. Dixon

Oxford University

UK

Catalysis and Cascades in Complex Target Synthesis

Apr.25

7

Margaret Anne Brimble 

The University of Auckland

New Zealand

Nature’s Medicine Chest- Opportunities for Drug Discovery

May 26

8

张绪穆

美国新泽西大学

USA

实用的不对称氢化和氢甲酰化反应

May 24

9

Thawatchai Tuntulani

Chulalongkorn University

Thailand

Roles of Ligand Topology and Metal Ions in Controlling                            Anion Selectivity in Calix[4]arene-Based Ditopic Receptors

June 24

10

Jean-Louis Reymond

University of Berne

Switzerland

 

Chemical space as a source for new drugs

July 4

11

Olga García Mancheño

Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Germany

Catalytic C-H bond functionalizations and sulfur reagents in catalysis

Aug.2

12

Marko Hapke 

Universit t Rostock

Germany

[2+2+2] Cycloaddition reactions - Novel catalysts, new products

Aug.2

13

Mukund P. Sibi

North Dakota State University

USA

Cooperative Catalysis:  A Novel Method for  Improving Reactivity and Selectivity

Aug.8

14

Juan Jose Marugan

National Chemical Genomic Center

Spain

New Initiatives for Translational Research at the NIH

Aug.10

15

Wen-Sheng Chung

National Chiao Tung University

Taiwan

Chromogenic and Fluorogenic Sensing of Heavy Metal Ions Based on Calix[4]arenes Functionalized by 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition Reactions

Aug.10

16

Shih-Sheng Sun

Academia Sinica

Taiwan

Reversible Binding of Nitrate Anion via Solvent Polarity Controlled Dynamic Self-Assembly with C3 Symmetric Tripodal Receptors

Aug.10

17

Jye-Shane Yang

National Taiwan University

Taiwan

Effective Conjugation of pi-Conjugated Oligomers

Aug.10

18

Guy Bertrand

University of California, Riverside

USA

Novel families of carbon- and boron-base ligands, novel catalytic reactions

Sept. 13

19

Baoguo Zhao

Shanghai Normal University

China

过渡金属催化的烯烃双胺化

Sept. 16

20

Alvan C. Hengge

USU College of Science

USA

Protein Motions in Catalysis by Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases

Sept. 23

21

Vernon D. Parker

Utah State University

USA

Is the Single Transition State Model appropriate for the Fundamental Reactions of Organic Chemistry.  Application of Computation Chemistry

Sept. 23

22

Tsuneo Imamoto

Chiba University

Japan

P-Chiral Phosphine Ligands for Highly Efficient Asymmetric Hydrogenations

Oct. 18

23

Frederic William Patureau

Technische Universität Kaiserslautern

Germany

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Oct. 27

24

Javier de Mendoza

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Spain

Guanidines and Self-Assembled Calixarenes for Recognition and Separation

Nov. 23

25

Ken Izumori

International Society of Rare Sugars

Japan

Izumoring: A Strategy for Total Production of Monosaccharides

Dec. 16

26

Wen Yi

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena

China

Chemical biology of carbohydrates:

from bacterial pathogenesis to human cancer

Dec. 20

27

Aiwen Lei

Wuhan University

China

Oxidative Coupling: chemistry between two “nucleophiles”

Dec. 23

 

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