Professor Hani Amouri will be the 1st speaker of Chemforum Autumn Edition

On the 14th of September we’ll have the 1st talk of the Autumn Chemforum Edition by Dr. Hani Amouri, from the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France. Dr. Hani Amouri is a Research Director in CNRS and currently is the director of "ARC" group (Auto-assemblage, Reconnaissance et Chiralité) of the Institut Parisien de Chimie Molécualire at Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris-6. His main research interests are chirality, organometallic and coordination chemistry. Reports from his scientific activity include over 125 articles in peer-reviewed journals, three patents and 75 communication abstracts at national and international meetings. He…Read more

Vijayakrishna Kari will be the 1st speaker of Chemforum Summer Edition

Vijayakrishna Kari, an associate professor of the Department of Chemistry, School of Advanced Sciences, VIT University in Tamil Nadu, India will be the 1st speaker of 2016 Chemforum Summer Edition, which is devoted to invited visiting scientists.  Read more

João Tomé will be the next Chemforum speaker

João Tomé will be the next speaker of Chemforum Winter Edition. João P. C. Tomé is Associate Professor at the Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon. He is graduated in chemistry from the University of Aveiro, from where he also received his Ph.D. in 2001 working on porphyrin chemistry with Prof. Cavaleiro. His current research interests include the synthesis of porphyrins and phthalocyanines with appropriate molecular properties mainly for: photomedicine, photoinduced energy- and electronic-transfer materials, optical (chemo)sensors and (photo)catalysis. For that, he has been establishing an international network with several colleagues in these fields, maintaining a…Read more

CQE’s 40th anniversary lectures

On May 11th we will have the 1st talk of the Celebration of the 40 years of Centro de Química Estrutural. The talk will be given by Dr. Konstantin V. Luzyanin. Konstantin Luzyanin was born in 1980 in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation. He studied Chemistry at Saint Petersburg State University, graduating with distinction in 2002. Konstantin received his Ph.D. in chemistry from Technical University of Lisbon (under joint supervision by Profs. A.J.L. Pombeiro and V.Yu. Kukushkin) in 2007. For his Ph.D. thesis, Konstantin was awarded the “António Xavier Prize 2008” from Bruker for applications of the…Read more