18th Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry

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August 21st, Monday

09:00 Plenary Session I - George M. Blackburn
09:00 01:00:00 plenary lecture Robert Huber Molecular Machines in Biology
10:00 00:30:00 invited lecture Hans H. Limbach NMR Studies of Hydrogen Bond Structure and Dynamics: from Crystals, Liquids, Mesoporous Media to Enzymes
10:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Jeanine Tortajada Reactions Involving Metal Dications and Biological Models in The Gas Phase
14:30 Plenary Session II - Michael Schmittel
14:30 01:00:00 plenary lecture Ada E. Yonath The Spectacular Ribosomal Architecture: Nascent Proteins Voyage Towards Folding via Antibiotics Binding-pockets
15:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Waldemar Priebe Targeting DNA: A Modular Approach Using Structure-Based Design and Combinatorial Libraries
16:00 00:30:00 invited lecture Addy Pross On the Chemical Nature of Purpose (Teleonomy)

August 22nd, Tuesday

09:00 Plenary Session III - Zvi Rappoport
09:00 01:00:00 plenary lecture Philip Coppens Time-Resolved Diffraction Studies of Molecular Excited States and Beyond
10:00 00:30:00 invited lecture Francois J. Fillaux Proton Transfer Across Hydrogen Bonds: From Reaction Path to Schrödinger's Cat
10:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Sławomir J. Grabowski Hydrogen Bonds - the Case of π and σ-Electrons as Proton Acceptors
14:30 Plenary Session IV - Eduardo Humeres
14:30 01:00:00 plenary lecture Kwang S. Kim De Novo Design Approach Based on Nanorecognition: Functional Molecules/Materials and Nanosensors/Nanodevices
15:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Patrick W. Fowler π-Electron Delocalisation and Ring Currents
16:00 00:30:00 invited lecture Zvonimir Maksić Design of Neutral Organic Superacids and Superbases Ex Machina

August 23rd, Wednesday

09:00 Plenary Session V - Guo-Zhen Ji
09:00 01:00:00 plenary lecture Irina P. Beletskaya Mechanistic Aspects and Synthetic Application of Carbon-Carbon and Carbon Heteroatom Bonds Formation in Substitution and Addition Reactions Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes
10:00 00:30:00 invited lecture Janusz Jurczak Synthesis, Structure and Complexing Properties of Receptors for Anions
10:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Robert A. Moss New Mechanisms Centered on Reactive Intermediates
14:30 Plenary Session VI - Lucjan Sobczyk
14:30 01:00:00 plenary lecture Shunichi Fukuzumi New Development of Electron-Transfer Catalytic Systems
15:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Adam Pron Molecular Hybrids of Conducting Oligomers and Polymers with Semiconductor Nanocrystals of A(II)B(VI) Family - Synthesis, Electronic and Electrochemical Properties
16:00 00:30:00 invited lecture Daniel Kost Silicon Hybridization Energy Probed by Changes in Ligand Donor Strength and Molecular Rearrangements in Hexacoordinate Silicon Dichelates

August 24th, Thursday

09:00 Plenary Session VII - Arturo Santaballa
09:00 01:00:00 plenary lecture Dario Braga Making Crystals from Crystals: a Green Route to Crystal Engineering and Polymorphism
10:00 00:30:00 invited lecture William Jones Synthesis and Properties of Inorganic-Organic Hybrids Using Layered Hydroxides
10:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Andreas Hirsch Functional Carbon-Rich Architectures: Synthesis and Supramolecular Organization
11:30 Plenary Session VIII - Krzysztof Woźniak
11:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Jacek Klinowski Designing Novel Organic-Inorganic Frameworks
12:00 00:30:00 invited lecture Teresa Paszkowska-Reymer Polimorphism of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients

August 25th, Friday

09:00 Plenary Session IX - William Jones
09:00 01:00:00 plenary lecture Lechosław Latos-Grażyński Carbaporphyrinoids: Exploring Metal Ion - Arene Interaction in a Macrocyclic Environment
10:00 00:30:00 invited lecture Renata Bilewicz Molecular Motions in New Catenanes
10:30 00:30:00 invited lecture Omar A. El Seoud Solvation in Pure and Mixed Solvents: An Overview
12:35 Plenary Session X - Tadeusz M. Krygowski
12:35 00:30:00 invited lecture José R. Leis Chemical Reactivity in Colloidal Microheterogeneous Media
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