July 18, 2017 -
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Sapp Room 115
The Center for Selective C–H Functionalization is hosting a series of symposia exploring the frontiers of this exciting field. Join us to hear talks from researchers from across the country, the Center will be broadcasting these talks live online. Each presentation will be 20 minutes long and questions can be asked online. Find out more about the CCHF event on the NSF website.
Topics & Speakers
- Bringing Modern Data Analysis Tools to Prediction and Understanding in Organic Chemistry, Prof. Matthew Sigman, University of Utah
- Nitrene Transfer Catalysis: Correlating Electronic Structure with Reactivity, Prof. John Berry and Prof. Jennifer Schomaker, University of Wisconsin at Madison
- Chiral Cyclopentadienyls: Enabling Ligands for Asymmetric C–H Functionalizations, Prof. Nicolai Cramer, EPFL, Switzerland