We are happy to announce the following keynote speakers:

Prof. Nicolas Long, Imperial College, London

Prof. Helmut Cölfen, University of Konstanz, Germany

Prof. Christian Griesinger, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry Göttingen, Germany

Prof. Krysztof Matyaszewski, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA

Prof. Siegfried R. Waldvogel, Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, Germany

Prof.  Annette G. Beck-Sickinger, Universität Leipzig, Germany

For detailed information about the lectures and sessions, please refer to the book of abstracts.

Prof. Long

Prof. N. Long

- Catalysis and Green Chemistry (homogeneous catalysis, ligand design)

- Biomedical Imaging (imaging probe and biomarker design)

- Functional Materials (electronic and conducting metal compounds).

Prof. Cölfen

Prof. H. Cölfen

- Polymer and Colloid Analysis

- Analytical Ultracentrifugation - method and detector development

- Nucleation

- Non Classical Crystallization

- Functional Polymer Additives

- Biomineralisation

Prof. Griesinger

Prof. C. Griesinger

- NMR-based Structure Biology

- 3D NMR

- Proteins in liquid NMR experiments

- Molecule Dynamics

Prof. Matyjaszewski

Prof. K. Matyaszewski

- Controlled "living" Radical Polymerization

- Development of ATRP

- Preparation of Functional Materials

Prof. Waldvogel

Prof. Siegfried R. Waldvogel

- Sensors for hazardous compounds

- Organic electrochemistry

- oxidative coupling reactions

- synthesis of natural products and bioactive compounds

- supramolecular chemistry

Prof. Beck-Sickinger

Prof. Annette G. Beck-Sickinger

- G-Protein Coupled Receptors: Identification of Ligand Binding

- Signaling Cascades of G-Protein Coupled Receptors

- Molecular Mechanisms of Adipokines and Application Novel Therapeutics, Peptide and Protein Therapeutics

- Artificial Proteins in Intelligent Materials: Specific Immobilization of Molecules and Cells on Surfaces

- Selective Labelling of Peptide Hormones for Therapeutic and Diagnostic Application of Tumors

- Selective Bioconjugation of Proteins in Live Cells via Peptide-Directed Acyl and Alkyl Transfer Reactions

- Chemical Modification of Proteins for the Characterization of Matrix-Protein Interactions

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