Organic Chemistry Day

The 33rd Annual Organic Chemistry Day: April 18, 2020

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Invited Speakers

Functional Molecules by de novo Design

Professor Vladimir Birman
Washington University

The Beautiful Simplicity of Rearrangements: A Tale of Flying Hydrides

Professor Nuno Maulide
University of Vienna

Atropisomer-Selective Synthesis with Flexible Peptide-Based Catalysts

Professor Scott Miller
Yale University

Iron-catalyzed Coupling of Azides and Terminal Alkynes

Professor Jaime Neely
St. Louis University

Past Speakers

Abstract Submissions

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Abstract Submission Deadline: March 15, 2020

Schedule

9:00 am

Informal Welcome: Coffee and Donuts -  Chemistry Foyer

10:00 am

Professor Vladimir Birman, Washington University
Functional Molecules by de novo Design

11:00 am

Professor Jaime Neely, St. Louis University
Iron-catalyzed Coupling of Azides and Terminal Alkynes

12:00 pm

Lunch Break

1:30 pm

Professor Nuno Maulide, University of Vienna
The Beautiful Simplicity of Rearrangements: A Tale of Flying   Hydrides 

2:40 pm

Professor Scott Miller, Yale University
Atropisomer-Selective Synthesis with Flexible Peptide-Based Catalysts

3:45 - 6:00 pm

Poster Session and Reception-Chemistry Foyer 

Sponsors

The Dow Chemical Company

American Chemical Society, University of Missouri Local Section

Department of Chemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Department of Chemistry, Washington University

Contact: 

Dr. Michael Harmata
Norman Rabjohn Distinguished Professor of Chemistry
University of Missouri-Columbia
Department of Chemistry
124 Chemistry Building
601 S. College Avenue
Columbia, Missouri 65211

phone: 573-882-1097
fax: 573-882-2754
email: harmatam@missouri.edu