Center for Nanosystems Chemistry

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At this year’s Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau the Institute of Organic Chemistry is particularly well represented by three young researchers.


The summer semester 2013 lecture series (Research Group FOR 1809 / GDCh) continues with Professor Marcel Mayor, Full Professor of Chemistry at the University of Basel, speaking about "Supramolecular Systems at Various Dimensions: from single molecule junctions to nanoscale objects".


With numerous anecdotes and spectacular structures a visibly good humored Peter J. Stang provided for an utterly amusing Siegfried Hünig Lecture 2013


Another big success for the natural sciences at the University of Würzburg: No other German university achieved a higher proportion of top 10% publications in the renowned Leiden Ranking of 500 major universities worldwide.


The winter semester 2012/2013 lecture series of the Center for Nanosystems Chemistry will continue with Professor Nazario Martin, full professor of organic chemistry at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), who will speak on "Supramolecular Chemistry of Carbon Nanostructures: Concave-convex interactions".


Five universities in Bavaria are supported by the state-wide Joint Project "Solar Technologies Go Hybrid" to explore new concepts for converting solar energy into electricity and non-fossil fuels. On October 17th, the project was officially launched in Munich.


The 2012/2013 winter semester lecture series of the Center for Nanosystems Chemistry will open with Prof. Michael R. Wasielewski of Northwestern University in Evanston with a lecture titled "Artificial Photosynthesis: Solar Fuels to Address Global Energy Needs"


Light and Matter


Chemists and physicists at the Center for Nanosystems Chemistry have initiated a new collaboration at the University of Wuerzburg. The aim of their work is to design and produce novel materials with tailored properties for efficient interaction with light. The German Research Foundation (DFG) is funding the project with 2.3 million € over the next three years.


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