Symposium

Frontiers in Chemistry:

Light-harvesting and solar energy storage, atmospheric chemistry, catalysis and biomolecular evolution

9:00 Opening by Mikael Bols, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen
9:15

Light harvesting organic molecules and storage of solar energy

Mogens Brøndsted Nielsen, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

 

10:00

Flow of energy and charge in synthetic light harvesting molecular nanorings

Harry Anderson, Department of Chemistry, Oxford University

10:45 Coffee break
11:00

Tuning the energy release of solar-heat batteries

Martina Cacciarini, Department of Chemistry "Ugo Schiff", University of Florence

11:20

A computational approach to large energy densities and long storage times of solar-heat batteries

Kurt V. Mikkelsen, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

11:40

Atmospheric Autoxidation 'gone Chiral'

Kristian Holten Møller, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

12:00 End of first session
13:00

ß-Bodies, a novel class of antibody mimetics obtained by in silico molecular
evolution

Morten Meldal, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

13:50

Click, Carry, and Release: Building and Transporting Molecular Function

M.G Finn, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology

14:50 Coffee break
15:05

Bioconjugation by catalyst-free arylations using SNAr chemistry

Frederik Diness, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

15:50

Functional proteins by amber encoding and CuAAC-clicking of protein fragments

Sanne Schoffelen, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

16.35 End of symposium