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Scientific program

The scientific program of the meeting fetures Plenary lectures, Blue Danube lectures, and Poster presentations. A selection of the Poster applicants will also be invited to give an Oral presentation. When submitting your Poster abstract please signal if you would accept an invitation to give an Oral presentation. A special session will be dedicated to early stage researchers. In case you are within 10 years of receiving your PhD you might qualify for an invitation to present in this session.



Confirmed Plenary speakers

James Davidson (Vernalis Plc, United Kingdom)
   Tools, techniques, and time-saving for creative chemists
Ian Fairlamb (University of York, United Kingdom)
   From homogeneous to heterogeneous Pd catalysts for cross-coupling processes: Is there a catalytic role for higher order Pd clusters and nanoparticles?
Lukas Goossen (University of Kaiserslautern, Germany)
   Sustainable Concepts for C–C and C–Heteroatom Bond Formation
Ivan Huc (University of Bordeaux, France)
   Recognition of biomolecules with heterocyclic folded oligomers
Peter Seeberger (Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces)
   The Logic of Automated Glycan Assembly
Brian Stoltz (California Institute of Technology, United States)
   Complex Natural Products as a Driving Force for  Discovery in Organic Chemistry
Dirk Trauner (University of Munich, Germany)
   Biomimetic Synthesis of Heterocyclic Natural Products

Confirmed Blue Danube speakers

Jan Hlaváč (Palacky University, Czech Republic)
High throughput approaches in synthesis of biologically relevant compounds
Peter Koos (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic)
Total Synthesis of Natural Products: (+)-Andytriol and a Biomimetic Approach to Varioxiranes
István Mándity  (University of Szeged, Hungary)
   Peptides in Continuous Flow: Synthesis and Catalysis
Stefan Marchalin  (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic)
   Diastereoselective Synthesis of Substituted Indolizidines
Marko D. Mihovilovic (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
   Natural Compounds as Lead Structures for Focussed Compound Library Design towards Anti-Inflammatory and CNS Activities
Benjamin Prek (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
   Enaminones as key intermediates in microwave-assisted syntheses of aromatic and heteroaromatic systems
Luka Senica  (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
   Synthesis of novel enaminonic vinylogous peptides
Tibor Soós (Research Center for Natural Sciences, Budapest, Hungary)
   Harnessing the Power of Bifunctional Organocatalysis, from the Synthesis of Complex Molecules to Hydrogen Activation
Jakub Švenda (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
   Synthesis of cephalimysin B and C. Preparation of an underexplored class of spirocyclic lactams
Mario Waser (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
   Asymmetric Syntheses of Epoxides and Aziridines using Ammonium Ylides



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