Oral presentations

A number of presentations below were selected for an oral presentation. In alphabetical order:

  Presenter Title of abstract
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Ala Bunescu Catalytic β-C(sp3)–H silylation of alcohols
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Alain Igau Bifunctional oxocyclohexadienyl metal complexes : neglected catalysts
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Amit Kumar
First Base Metal Catalyst for the Synthesis of Amide Bonds by the Dehydrogenative Coupling of Amines with Alcohols or Esters
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Andrea Dell’Acqua Additive Free Isomerization of Allylic Alcohols to Ketones with a Cobalt PNP Pincer Catalyst
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Andreas Phanopoulos Iso-Selective Hydroformylation of Non-Activated Alkenes Using a N-Triphos/Rh Catalyst
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Andrew Marr Ionic Liquid Gels, a Bespoke Environment for Homogeneous Catalysis
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Anna Kajetanowicz How to avoid isomerisation of double bond during metathesis reactions?
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Anna Ribeiro
Tuning Cyclohexane Oxidation: Combination of Microwave Irradiation and Ionic Liquid with the C-Scorpionate [FeCl2(Tpm)] Catalyst
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Anna Trzeciak Pd/DNA and Rh/DNA catalysts – effect of DNA template on the reaction selectivity
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Armelle Ouali Design, preparation and applications of supported organo- and metal-based catalysts
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Astrid Cordier
Phenoxy-imine catalyst [(FI)TiCl3]/MAO for selective 1-hexene production: exploring reaction side products to identify polymerization active species
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Banothile C.E Makhubela
Polymetallic Ru(II)^Zn(II) cages as highly active and recyclable molecular catalysts for hydrogenation of levulinic acid to γ-valerolactone
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Bartosz Wozniak
Efficient conversion of biomass derived 5-hydroxymethylfurfural to useful building blocks via 1-hydroxyhexane-2,5-dione as intermediate
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Bernhard M. Stadler Polyesters as new resource for the production of polyethers
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Boitumelo Makume
A study of P,S- and related ligands in the control of selective chromium catalysed ethylene oligomerisation
18
Caleb Karmel
Ir-Catalyzed Silylation of C-H Bonds: Faster Catalysis, New reactivity, and Mechanistic Study
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Carmen Claver
Immobilized rhodium catalysts for asymmetric hydroformylation under batch and flow conditions
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Carolina Gimbert-Suriñach
Light induced water splitting: performance and mechanistic studies of hydrogen evolution and water oxidation catalysts
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Cassandra Hayes Hydrogen Borrowing Catalysis with First Row
Phosphino-pyridone Complexes
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Christian Díaz-Urrutia
Super (Acid) Chemistry in Industry: Activation and Functionalization of Methane to Methanesulfonic Acid
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Debobrata Sheet
Iron(II) α-keto acid complex grafted via poly(amidoamine) dendrimer on carbon nanotubes as a recoverable catalysts for selective aerobic oxidation of alcohols and sulfides
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Dennis Hetterscheid Iron catalysts for the water oxidation reaction
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Dennis Vogelsang
Going beyond limitations in homogeneous catalysis – Novel approaches of 1,3-diene transformation
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Dmitry Eremin
Mechanistic Studies and Detection of Elusive Intermediates of Pd-Catalyzed Reactions by Mass Spectrometry
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Doris Kunz Catalytic Deoxygenation of Epoxides to Alkenes with Carbonmonoxide
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Elena Fernández
One catalyst, Cu(I) complex, and two destinies: borylative ring closing and borylative ring opening
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Fabio Ragaini Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidative Carbonylation of Aniline: the Effect of Iron Cocatalysts
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Gavin Chit Tsui Domino Synthesis of Trifluoromethylated Heterocycles Using Copper
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Hung A. Duong Iron- and Cobalt-Catalysed Cross-Coupling Reactions
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Itaru Nakamura Cationic NHC-Cu-catalyzed [1,3]-Alkoxy Rearrangement of N-Alkoxyanilines
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Ivana Fleischer Nickel-Catalyzed Coupling of Thioesters and Arylzinc Reagents
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Jakob Albert
Continuous production of formic acid from biomass (OxFA process) using homogeneous POM catalysts
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James David Nobbs Tandem Isomerizing Carbonylation Reactions using Heterocylic Phosphine Ligands
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Jean-Marc Vincent Photolatent copper catalysis
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Johannes Teichert Hydride transfer from H2 – A copper catalyzed allylic reduction
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Joseph Wright Muonium Chemistry at Diiron Subsite Analogues of [FeFe]-Hydrogenase
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Kazushi Mashima
Oxidation of Alcohols to Aldehydes Catalyzed by Cerium Complexes with Pentadentate Schiff-base Ligands under Dioxygen Atmosphere
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Laurel Schafer
PolyPendantAmines – Hydroaminoalkylation and ROMP for the Assembly of Functional Polymeric Materials
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Lisa Schickhofer
Synthesis of Chiral Biphenyl Rare Earth and Group 4 Metal Catalysts for Asymmetric Hydroamination
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Luis Sánchez-Barba Merlo
Zirconium scorpionates as greener catalysts for a more efficient industrial production of valuable biosustainable materials
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Marc Font
Unconventional Rhodium(III)-catalysed Annulation of 2-Alkenylanilides with Alkynes via C–H Activation: Direct Access to 2-Substituted Indolines
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Mark J. Muldoon New Mechanistic Insights into Pd(II) Catalysed Oxidation of Alkenes
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Marko Hapke
Cobalt and rhodium precatalysts and their activation and utilization for cyclization reactions
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Matt Clarke Making chiral compounds with manganese catalysts
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Michael Neidig Intermediates and Mechanism in Iron-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling
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Miguel Claros Casielles
Development of Visible Light Reductive Ctclization Reactions from Unactivated Chloroalkanes
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Mirza Cokoja Oxidation of Olefins Using Micellar Catalysts
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Muhammad D. Bala
New Ni(II) complexes of air stable Schiff base functionalized N-heterocyclic carbene ligands as catalysts for the transfer hydrogenation of aliphatic ketones
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Norbert Krause Water as Reaction Medium for Sustainable Gold Catalysis
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Paul Alsters
Oxidation and Hydrogenation Using Water as A Reagent – Aerobic Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Dehydrogenative Coupling of o-Xylene: a New Rate-Limiting Step in the Search for Industrially Relevant Conditions
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Paul Kamer Enzyme Activity by Design: an Artificial Rhodium Hydroformylase for Linear Aldehydes
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Paul Pringle
Breaking the rule: small ligands that produce highly regioselective rhodium hydroformylation catalysts
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Pawel Dydio Creation of Non-Inherent Chemical Reactivity in Multicatalytic Systems
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Peter Kucmierczyk Hydroxycarbonylation of complex Olefins Using a Novel Catalyst
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Philipp Melle
New pincer-type PYA Ru(II) complexes: Facile modification towards powerful transfer hydrogenation catalysts
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Pim Puylaert
Selective Hydrogenation of α,β-Unsaturated Esters by Phosphine-free Ruthenium Pincer Complexes
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R. Tom Baker
Redox-dependent Catalysis: Hydroboration of Unsaturated Organics using Fe-N2S2 Complexes
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Radek Cibulka Catalytic Mitsunobu esterifications mediated by organic visible-light photoredox systems
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Radhey Srivastava
Enantioselective Amination of Tiglate Esters using Chiral Cu Catalyst and its Applications in Synthesis of Biologically Active Molecules
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Rafael Gramage-Doria Supramolecular Zn…N Interactions in Palladium Catalysis
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Samir H. Chikkali
Iron catalyzed hydroformylation of alkenes under mild conditions: Synthesis, mechanism and scope
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Sergey Tin
Reduction of esters to alcohols and α,β-ansuturated carbonyl compounds to alcohols using Fe or Ru MACHO-BH catalysts and ethanol as a source of hydrogen
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Simone Bertini
Nickel complexes containing oxygen-chelating mesoionic carbenes as easy accessible catalysts for CO2 reduction
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Sondre H. Hopen Eliasson Decarbonylative dehydration of fatty acids: New mechanistic insight
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Stephen Luckham Mechanistic insights into an iron catalysed Kumada cross-coupling
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Stephen Roseblade Hydrogenation and Reductive Amination using Triphos-Ruthenium Catalysts
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Tati Fernández-Ibáñez Ligand-Accelerated C-H Functionalization Reactions
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Thomas Schaub Direct Ruthenium-Catalyzed Asymmetric reductive amination of Ketones with NH3/H2
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Tim Gatzenmeier Make Diels–Alder Great Again!
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Ulrich Hintermair Watching Catalysts at Work with Real-time High-resolution FlowNMR Spectroscopy
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Vera Rosar
Olefin dimerization and isomerization catalyzed by pyridylideneamide palladium complexes
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Vincent Monteil New Classes of Catalysts for Hydrosilylation Reactions
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Vincent Ritleng
A half-sandwich nickel(II)-NHC complex as an efficient pre-catalyst for the hydroboration of alkenes
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Wu Li Aerobic Copper-Catalyzed Oxidative Cleavage of Carbon–Carbon Single Bonds
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Xavier Verdaguer Asymmetric Hydrogenation of Imines with P-Stereogenic Ir-MaxPHOX Catalysts
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Yuichiro Mutoh
(Z)‑Selective Hydrosilylation of Terminal Alkynes with HSiMe(OSiMe3)22 Catalyzed by a Ruthenium Complex with an N‑Heterocyclic Carbene Ligand
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Zoraida Freixa
Iridium-Catalyzed Imines Hydrosilylation: Revised Experimental Procedure and Reaction Mechanism.