The Beilstein-Institut organizes and supports scientific exchange between researchers by regularly held symposia. The number of participants is limited providing a convivial atmosphere for the ready exchange of thoughts and ideas.
The interest to use mechanical forces for inducing chemical reactivity has continuously risen. Understanding the mechanistic aspects of microscopic and macroscopic mechanochemistry is of paramount importance to control chemical reactivity, facilitate otherwise unachievable reactions and to apply mechanochemical techniques in process development. At this symposium experts in the area will bridge the boundaries of their fields to consolidate various aspects of mechanochemistry.
Organic Chemistry Symposium - Electrifying organic Synthesis
Within the past decade electro-organic synthesis emerged as one of the hottest topics in contemporary organic chemistry. Using electricity as reagent to drive chemical transformations is a very sustainable and attractive method. The avoidance of reagent waste and the ability to use fluctuating electric power provides all prerequisites for electrosynthesis to not only become an indispensable future technology but also a potential disruptive technology. The symposium will cover the whole range of preparative electrosynthesis.
Time-proof perspectives on Glycoscience
25 – 27 June 2019
Since October 2009 the Glyco-Bioinformatics Symposium has taken place every two years. The aim of this symposium is to establish a network of experts in glycochemistry, biology, bioinformatics and computer sciences.