Oral Communications



1A1:      Daniël Broere. Utrecht University, Netherlands.
              Combining Metal-Metal and Metal-Ligand Cooperativity using Expanded Pincer Ligands.

1A2:      Valeriu Cemortan. Laboratoire de Chimie Moléculaire, Ecole Polytechnique, France.
              Towards a New Class of Heterometallic Complexes, Synthesis, Characterisation and Theoretical Studies.

1A3     Marina Pérez-Jiménez. Instituto de Investigaciones Químicas CSIC-US, Spain.
              Incorporating Li-H and Li-C bonds into the coordination sphere of Mo-Mo bonds.

1A4:      Hellen Videa. Univesity of Huelva, Spain. 
              Exploring the Bimetallic chemistry of low valent Ga(I) with Rh(I): selective hydrogenation of olefins.


1B1:      Pol De la Cruz-Sánchez Badía, Spain. URV.
              In the search of an effective Ir-catalyst for asymmetric hydrogenation. Moving from P,N ligands to P,C/S ligands.

1B2:      Ana M. Geer. Instituto de Síntesis Química y Catálisis Homogénea - ISQCH (CSIC/UZ), Spain.
             Alkyne cyclotrimerization mediated by low-coordinate Fe(II) and Co(II) complexes

1B3:      Marko Hapke. JKU Linz, Institute for catalysis (INCA), Austria.
             Cobalt-Catalysed Cyclotrimerisations: New Catalytic Systems, New Substrates and Products.

1B4:      Marco Colella. Università degli Studi di Bari, Italy.
             Flow Chemistry as Enabling Technology for the Preparation of Functionalized 2-Azetines and Azetidines by Using a Common Synthetic Precursor.


2A1     Julien Petit. IFP Energies Nouvelles, France.
             Nickel alkoxydes and their reactivity with ethylene.

2A2:      Sara López Resano. ICIQ, Spain.
             Unveiling the intermediacy of high-valent Cp*Co species on nucleophilic couplings.

2A3:      Juan Casares. IU/ CINQUIMA, Spain. 
             Copper activation of C-X bonds: What if we consider a second copper in the mechanism.

2A4:      Martí Garçon. Imperial College London, UK.
              The Role of Heterometallic Pd--Zn Intermediates in the Pd Catalysed C-H Zincation of Arenes.


2B1:      Christian Cerezo Navarrete. Instituto de Tecnología Química (ITQ), Spain.
             Bimetallic Pt-Ru Nanoparticles Supported on N-doped Graphene for Selective Hydrogenation Reactions.

2B2:      Antonio Buonerba: University of Salerno, Italy.
             Coupling of Aryl Alkynes and Anilines Catalyzed by Polymer Supported Gold Nanoparticles.

2B3     Bart Limburg. Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), Spain.
             Dual cobalt / photoredox catalytic stereoselective synthesis of quaternary carbons.

2B4:      Marconi N. Peñas-Defrutos. Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
             Opposite Effects of added AsPh3 Uncover a Dramatic Mechanistic Switch in RhI/AuI Transmetalations.


3A1:      Correa Arkaitz. Universidad del País Vasco (UPV-EHU), Spain.
             Modification of Tyr-Containing Peptides upon Metal-Catalyzed C-H Functionalization.

3A2:      Marta Redrado Domingo. ISQCH-CSIC, Spain.
             Photoselective and Dual Emissive Cyclometallated Ir(III) Complexes as Anticancer Agents.

3A3     Maria Inês P. S. Leitão. NOVA ITQB, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.
             Platinum NHCs based on purines as anticancer agents.

3A4     Jairo Fidalgo Zorrilla. Universidad de Burgos, Spain.
             Cytotoxic activity and G-quadruplex stabilization of Ir(III) complexes with phenanthroimidazole derivative ligands.


3B1:      Marc Font Molins. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
              Palladium(II)-Catalyzed Formal Cycloaddition via C?H Activation: Mechanistic Understanding to Provide New Vistas for the Rapid Construction of Heterocyclic Cores.

3B2:      Tobias Schindler. ARLANXEO Netherlands B.V, Netherlands.
             Controlled Production of Copolymers with a Bimodal Molecular Weight Distribution using Group 4 Guanidinato Complexes.

3B3:      Sadig Aghazada. Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany.
             An Iron Terminal Methylidene Complex: Molecular Structure, Electronic Analysis, and Chemical Transformations.

3B4     Irirna Goncharova. INEOS RAS, Russia.
              [M]-/Organo-Catalysed Aerobic Oxidation as the Green Way for the Preparation of Wide Range of Products with Si-OH-Groups.


4A1:      Joaquín García-Álvarez. Universidad de Oviedo, Spain.
             Advancing the use of s-block polar organometallic reagents in sustainable solvents (water and DESs).

4A2:      Gabriel Dunes. Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
             Aerobic decomposition of new NCN-type pincer organopnictogen(III) bis(arylthiolates).

4A3:      Louis Morris. RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
             Oxidative addition and reductive elimination in low-valent heterobimetallic hydrides of group 13.

4A4:      Oriol Planas. Max-Planck-Insitut für Kohlenforschung, Germany.
             High-Valent Bismuth Redox Catalysis.


4B1:      Alexander Romanov. University of Manchester, UK.
             Carbene-Metal-Amide Materials with Planar, Twisted or Tilted Molecular Design.

4B2:      Timothée Cadart. Department of Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Czech Republic.
             Rhodium Catalyzed Enantioselective Synthesis of Highly Fluorescent and CPL Active Dispiroindeno[2,1-c]fluorenes.

4B3     Wowa Stroek. DCB, Swiss.
             Homoleptic Iron Complex Bearing a C,O-Chelating Mesoionic Carbene Ligand for Catalytic Intramolecular C-H Amination Utilizing Organic Azides.

4B4:      Christian Gjermestad. University of Bergen, Norway.
              The Role of the Cyclopentadienol Ligand in Ir-Catalyzed Deoxygenation of Model Lignin Bio-oil Compounds.


5A1:      Jörg Saßmannshausen. King's College London, UK.
              Ru-H bond activation by means of x-ray radiation.

5A2:      Sara Realista. ITQB NOVA, Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica António Xavier, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.
              Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction to CO Mediated by Mn(I) Complexes Bearing Triazolylidene- and Triazole-derived Ligands.

5A3:      Francesco Zaccaria. University of Perugia, Italy.
              Methylaluminoxanes Molecular Cousin: A well-defined and Complete Al-activator for Molecular Olefin Polymerization Catalysts.

5A4:      Felix de Zwart. University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
              X-ray Database Analysis for Redox-Active 1,4-Diazabutadiene Ligands.


5B1     Sophie Thomas. Cardiff University, UK.
              Insights into the C-C cross coupling reaction mediated by a Au(III) cyclometalated complex.

5B2:      Rafael Martin Romero Segura. NIMBE/CEA/CNRS/CEA Saclay, France.
              Silyl Formates for the Transfer Hydrosilylation of Ketones.

5B3:      Blanca Martín Vaca. Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3, France.
              Efficient C-C bond formation by Multi-Cooperative Catalysis with Palladium Pincer Complexes.

5B4:      Tomás Gil Santiago. Institute for Chemical Research (CSIC), Spain.
              New Perspective in the Ni-Catalyzed Heck Reaction: The Role of Deprotonable P-N Ligands to Assist the Beta-Hydride Elimination Stage.


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