VIRTUAL TRAINING EVENT | Organocatalysis

Using small molecules to drive synthetic reactions

Date: 02 September - 03 September 2020

Location: On-Line Event

Tutors: Dr John Studley

This is a VIRTUAL short course will focus on the development and application of small molecule organocatalysts, including examples and case studies from an industrial setting.

September 2, 2.30 – 5.00 pm (UK)  |  Session 1

September 3, 2.30 – 4.30 (UK) |  Session 2

Over the past decade the application of small-molecule organic catalysts to solve synthetic problems has gained traction in both industrial and academic settings. A wide and expanding range of catalyst classes and diverse activation modes in combination with increased mechanistic understanding and practical applicability has fuelled their use across many areas of synthesis, including asymmetric catalysis and construction of important chiral molecules and building blocks.  Small molecule organic catalysts offer a range of practical advantages over macromolecular (enzyme) or precious metal catalysts, including air and water stability, low cost, availability from renewable resources and relatively low toxicity. Organocatalysis is recognised an inherently green technology and often has no counterpart in the more established catalysis regimens.

When you register you will be sent links to join the on-line sessions. These will take place at the following time each day:

2.30 – 5.00 pm  |  UK

3.30 – 6.00  |  Central Europe

09.30 – 12.00 |  Eastern US

06.30 – 9.00 am  |  West Coast US

As space is limited there is a small charge of £195.00 + VAT* per person (*only added if your company is based in the UK) Payments only available via credit card.

This online class will be of interest to organic chemists- both in industry and academia- and anyone interested in finding out more about this important area of catalysis.

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Who should attend?

This online class will be of interest to organic chemists- both in industry and academia- and anyone interested in finding out more about this important area of catalysis.

Testimonials

Virtual Delegate 2020

I really enjoyed the virtual Short Course and it was very good incl. the thorough collection of examples etc.

Looking forward to the next ones!