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  • 25. april 2017, kl. 14:00

    Edwin Knobbe: Some challenges for electro-chemical simulations of Li-ion batteries with automotive applications.

    The future of mobility will be governed by several iconic changes. Individual demands for flexible mobility, sustainable usage of natural resources and environmental protection must be balanced. This requires technological innovations for the implementation of sustainable solutions for future mobility concepts.  » Læs mere

  • 27. april 2017, kl. 13:00

    PhD DEFENSE: Anne B. Stephansen

    Photoinduced dynamics of neutral, cationic, and anionic species Time-resolved photoionization and photodetachment investigations » Læs mere

  • 28. april 2017, kl. 10:15

    PhD DEFENSE: Martin Kühnel

    Graphene Derivatives as Electrode Material » Læs mere

  • 28. april 2017, kl. 10:30

    Jeff C. Gildersleeve: Understanding and Exploiting Anti-Glycan Immunity to Improve Cancer Care

    Cancer vaccines and other immunotherapies are producing substantial clinical benefits to cancer patients, but clinical responses vary considerably from patient to patient.  To optimize their clinical use, there are major efforts to (a) identify predictive biomarkers (markers that could be used to select patients that are likely to have a positive response), (b) identify biomarkers of efficacy (markers that could be used to determine if a patient is having a favorable response), and (c) develop better vaccines/immunotherapies.

    Jeffrey C. Gildersleeve, Ph.D.

    Senior Investigator

    National Cancer Institute (NCI), Center for Cancer Research, USA

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  • 28. april 2017, kl. 13:30

    PhD Defense: Nina Persson

    Identification and evaluation of next-generation PTM-specific antibodies: A microarray-based approach » Læs mere

  • 28. april 2017, kl. 14:15

    Peter M. Weber: Watching ‘Chemistry’ - Molecular Motions in Space and Time

    Department of Chemistry, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912 USA Molecules can display a fascinatingly complex array of dynamical motions, giving rise to a multitude of chemical reactions and functional properties. Two new highly time-resolved methods have been developed to track molecules as they perform their intricate structural motions: a gas-phase x-ray diffraction experiment uses the ultrashort x-ray pulses from SLAC’s Linac Coherent Light Source to record time-dependent scattering signals that can be analyzed to yield the time-dependent molecular structures, i.e. a ‘molecular movie’. And time-resolved photoionization through Rydberg states provides a structural-spectroscopic view that is complementary to the scattering picture. The methods are used to explore and illustrate different types of molecular reaction dynamics phenomena: direct dissociations along repulsive surfaces; photochemically induced electrocyclic ring opening reactions; conformeric motions in tertiary amines; charge delocalization phenomena; and coherent motions and dephasing of wavepackets in polyatomic systems. » Læs mere

  • 18. maj 2017, kl. 14:15

    Rubén Martín: Ni-catalyzed reductive carboxylation techniques with carbon dioxide

    Participation is free of charge – Registration is not required Sponsored by Drug Research Academy (SUND) and Department of Chemistry (SCIENCE) Organizing committee: Lennart BunchDepartment of Drug Design and PharmacologyFaculty of Health and Medical SciencesEmail: Christian M. PedersenDepartment of ChemistryFaculty of ScienceEmail: » Læs mere

  • 19. maj 2017, kl. 14:15

    Mogens B. Nielsen: Photochromic Molecules for Solar Energy Storage and New Light-harvesting Systems

    The seminar take place Friday at 14.15 in room C305 For more information, please contact the host or Christian Marcus Pedersen ( » Læs mere

  • 19. maj 2017, kl. 17:00

    Kemi Galla 2017

    Kemisk Institut fejrer sig selv, de studerende og personalet, samt et år, der er gået godt for Kemisk Institut. » Læs mere