Programme HRSMC Symposium 2018

November 15 at Leiden University, Gorlaeus Laboratory

The annual HRSMC symposium provides its members and other scientists - from universities as well as industry - the opportunity to discuss both their own research and novel trends in chemical research.

 

08:15

Coffee/ tea & registration

 

08:55 

Opening by Scientific Director – Prof. dr. Wybren Jan Buma 

09:10 

Invited Lecture – Prof.dr. Ewine F. van Dishoeck

 

“Chemical processes between the stars”

Session 1:

HRSMC theme 1: ‘Synthesis, Characterisation, Reactivity and Properties of Molecules’

 

Chair: Prof. dr. ir. Romano Orru

10:00 

Stafflecture: Dr. Stefanica Tanase Grecea

 

“Functional materials design using a molecular building-block approach”

 

10:30

 

Coffee/ tea & Postersession

11:20 

Postdoc Lecture Dr. Andrea Pannwitz

 

“Trans-Membrane Molecular Wiresin Phopholipid Bilayers”

11:40 

PhD Lecture – Dr. Jordy M. Saya

 

“Ugi’s Legacy: From Multicomponent Reactions to Natural Product Synthesis”

Session 2:

HRSMC theme 2: ‘Photochemistry and (Laser) Spectroscopy’

 

Chair: Dr. Irene M.N. Groot

12:00 

Stafflecture: Dr. Elizabeth.L. von Hauff

 

“Immittance spectroscopy for organic and hybrid solar devices”

 

12:30-13:45 

 

Lunch: Postersession 2 starts at 13:00

 

13:45 

PhD Lecture: Drs. Jarich Haitjema

 

“Photoreactions of trapped tin-oxo cages”

14:05

PhD Lecture: Drs. Richard van Lent

 

“Resolving an old problem: how does H2 dissociate on Pt?”

Session 3:

HRSMC theme 3: ‘Theoretical Chemistry’

 

Chair: Prof. dr. Célia Fonseca Guerra

14:25 

Staff Lecture: Prof. dr. ir. Gerrit C. Groenenboom

 

“Collision-induced spectra in molecular oxygen and nitrogen”

 

14:55 `

 

Coffee/ tea & Postersession 3

15:45

Voting for best poster in session 1, 2 and 3

15:50 

PhD/PostDoc Lecture: Drs. Stephanie C. C. van der Lubbe

 

“Secondary Electrostatic Interaction Model for Multiply Hydrogen-Bonded Arrays Revisited”

16:10 

Dick Stufkens Prijs Award Ceremony

 

Introduction by chair of the jury: Prof. dr. Eelco T.C. Vogt

16:20 

Lecture Winner Dick Stufkens Prijs 2018: Stefan Vuckovic

 

“A Novel Density Functional Theory (DFT) Framework: Promises For Strong Correlation and Noncovalent Interactions”

16:50 

Poster Prize and Closure

17:00 

Reception

18:00 

End of symposium, Scientific staff meeting and Staff dinner. Bus leaving for PhD/PD Social Event

Published by  Holland Research School of Molecular Chemistry

5 November 2018