Program / Programm


Tuesday, March 17, 2009 / Dienstag, 17. März 2009

SESSION I: (Liebig Auditorium)

Chairman Prof. Dr. Thomas

09:00: Prof. Dr. Benjamin
LIST, Max Planck Institute Mülheim
“A Small Molecule with a Big Impact: New Concepts from Proline Catalysis“
10:00: Prof. Dr. Thorsten BACH, Technical University Munich
“Photochemical Reactions as Key Steps in the Total Synthesis of Natural Products“

11:00: Coffee Break

11:30: Prof. Dr. Phil
BARAN, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla
“Case Studies in Chemoselective Synthesis“

12:30: Buffet and Poster Session

SESSION II: (Buchner Auditorium)
Chairman Prof. Dr. Wolfgang

14:00: Dr. Franz VON NUSSBAUM, Bayer-Schering Pharma AG, Wuppertal
“Chemical Postevolution of Antibacterial Antibiotics - Synthesis beyond Biogenesis“
15:00: Prof. Dr. Raimund DUTZLER, University of Zurich
“The Structural Basis for Ion Conduction and Gating in Pentameric Ligand-Gated Ion Channels”

16:00: Coffee Break

16:30: Prof. Dr. Dirk
TRAUNER, LMU Munich - Antrittsvorlesung
“Learning from Natural Products”

Wednesday, March 18, 2009 / Mittwoch, 18. März 2009
Buchner Auditorium / Buchner-Hörsaal

SESSION III: (Liebig Auditorium)
Chairman Prof. Dr. Herbert

09:00: Prof. Dr. Alois
FÜRSTNER, Max Planck Institute Mülheim
“Case Studies in Catalysis“
10:00: Prof. Dr. Stephen HASHMI, University of Heidelberg
"Golden Tools for Organic Synthesis"

11:00: Coffee Break

11:30: Prof. Dr. Peter
"Novel Materials and Molecules Emanating from the Phenylene Scaffold"

12:30: Buffet and Poster Session

SESSION IV: (Buchner Auditorium)
Chairman Prof. Dr. Dirk

14:00: Prof. Dr. Johann
MULZER, University of Vienna
“What Can and What Should Natural Product Synthesis Achieve?“
15:00: Prof. Dr. Peter SEEBERGER, Max Planck Institute Golm, FU Berlin
“Of the Chemistry and Biology of Carbohydrates“

16:00: Coffee Break

16:30: Prof. Dr. Samuel J.
DANISHEFSKY, Columbia University and MSKCC
“Building a Pipeline through Chemical Synthesis”