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Aufgrund der hohen Nachfrage wird die Veranstaltung "Advanced Synthesis" im WS20/21 NICHT als Präsenzveranstaltung sondern digital über ILIAS angeboten. Infos dazu in Kürze hier.

Uni Stuttgart: Entgegen der ursprünglichen Ankündigung wird die Veranstaltung "Anwendung der Asymmetrischen Synthese und Katalyse" AUCH im Wintersemester angeboten. Der Inhalt ist identisch zur Veranstaltung im Sommersemester. Der ILIAS-Kurs ist bereits eingerichtet, die Inhalte folgen in den nächsten Tagen.


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News Item 05-2020
Our Zr-catalyzed remote activation of non-activated heterofunctions featuring a catalytic Zr-walk has been published in ACS Catal. Furthermore, we have developed chiral titanocenes based on Cramer's C2-symmetric ligand. See our recent publication in J. Organomet. Chem.
News Item 03-2020
Jan will be teaching at Stuttgart University this summer term as Visiting Professor. The Advanced Synthesis course scheduled for Thursdays 6:15 p.m will take place regardless of this appointment (on the condition that no SARS-CoV-2 related administrative restrictions/cancellations are imposed).
News Item 09-2019
We have just published a new method for the catalytic reductive decyanation of dinitriles in Angewandte Chemie. The titanium(III) catalyzed C-CN cleavage is a mild and broadly applicable alternative to traditional decyanation protocols and can be applied to the synthesis of α-functionalized nitriles.
News Item 08-2019
As part of our ansa-metallocene synthesis, we have introduced a reliable synthesis of α,ω‐bisenones via a double Grignard addition to diacid Weinreb amides. A full paper containing the initial developed and an expanded scope has now been published in the European Journal of Organic Chemistry.
News Item 08-2019
The zirconium catalyzed cleavage of non-activated C-heteroatom bonds developed by Christof and Frederic has been published in Organic Letters.
News Item 06-2019
Our Minireview on the synthesis of chiral carbon-bridged ansa-Metallocenes has been published in Chemistry — A European Journal. It gives an overview of the different approaches to this privileged class of catalysts.
News Item 01-2019
Our full paper on the titanium(III) catalyzed synthesis of 3-aminoindoles, 3-aminopyrroles, and 3-iminoindolines has been published in Chemistry — A European Journal. The article comprises the development, scope and applications of the methodology, as well as a number of additional features such as a unique Pd-catalyzed oxidative biaryl coupling and an investigation of the fluorescence properties of the new iminoindoline products. For details, see the list of publications.
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