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The University of Southampton

ANORCQ 2010 Seminar

14:00 - 13:50
11 - 14 April 2010
Avenue Campus, University of Southampton

Event details


Sunday April 11

1400-1700 Registration
1700-1800 Plenary Teck Peng Loh, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Discovery of New Synthetic Methods and Their Applications in Organic Synthesis
1800-1850 Invited Andrew Cammidge, University of East Anglia, UK
Extended Aromatic and Antiaromatic Materials - Design, Synthesis and Properties
1850-1930 Short presentations selected from posters
1930 Dinner

Monday April 12

0900-1000 Plenary Tohru Fukuyama, University of Tokyo, Japan
Development of Nosyl Chemistry and Its Application to Total Synthesis
1000-1050 Invited Vincent Dalla, University of Le Havre, France
Acid-catalyzed N-Acyliminium Ion Chemistry: Development, Applications and Perspectives
1050-1120 Coffee
1120-1220 Plenary Mohammad Movassaghi, MIT, USA
Complex Alkaloid Total Synthesis
1220-1350 Lunch
1350-1500 Short presentations selected from posters
1500 Excursion to Portsmouth
1900 Conference dinner on board HMS Warrior 1860

Tuesday April 13

0900-1000 Plenary Herbert Waldmann, MaxPlanck Institute Dortmund, Germany
Biology Oriented Synthesis
1000-1050 Invited David Spring, University of Cambridge, UK
Search for New Antibacterials Using Diversity-Oriented Synthesis
1050-1120 Coffee
1120-1230 Short presentations selected from posters
1230-1400 Lunch
1400-1500 Plenary Scott Snyder, Columbia University, USA
Lessons in Chemoselectivity: Total Synthesis of Polyphenolic Natural Products
1500-1550 Invited Pierre-Yves Renard, University of Rouen, France
Three Dimensions are Better than Two!: Design, Synthesis and Application of an Orthogonal Heterotrifunctional Reagent
1550-1620 Coffee
1620-1900 Poster session
1930 Dinner

Wednesday April 14

0900-1000 Plenary Philip Kocienski, University of Leeds, UK
The Synthesis of Ionomycin
1000-1100 Plenary David Harrowven, University of Southampton, UK
Flat, Twisted and Purple Frilly Molecules
1100-1130 Coffee
1130-1220 Invited Jean-Luc Renaud, University of Caen, France
Acid Catalysis and Anodic Oxidation for a Rapid Access to Nitrogen- and Oxygen-Containing Heterocycles
1220-1350 Lunch

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