- February 2015 -
(Sara, Tobi, Jin, Georg, Jan, Leon, Markus, Jens, Plamen)
Infos zu den aktuellen Vorlesungen im SS2015 sind hier zu finden.
- The Dozentenpreis of the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie (FCI) was awarded to Jan on April 14th. It is a very prestigious award for young research group leaders in all fields of chemistry. For more information, see the official press release on the FCI webpage: http://fonds.vci.de
- Our recent publication on titanium(III)-catalyzed reductive couplings in presence of a "metal-free" reductant has just been published in Chemistry — A European Journal. With a reducing agent that was originally developed by the Mashima group, reductive umpolung reactions such as the pinacol coupling can now be carried out under homogeneous conditions and without the formation of metal-salts as byproducts.
- Our manuscript dealing with the synthesis of bridged ring-systems by a sequence of two titanium catalyzed processes was accepted for publication in Chemistry — A European Journal.
- Our account on titanium(III)-catalyzed umpolung reactions has been published in The Chemical Record
- Our publication on titanium-catalyzed acyloin-type cross-coupling reactions was highlighted in SYNFACTS.
- Our most recent publication about a novel bromination reagent for organic synthesis just appeared in Synthesis. This work was a cooperation with the Riedel group (Inorganic Department, Freiburg)
- Our most recent publication on the intermolecular reductive coupling of ketones or imines with nitriles just appeared online in Chem. Commun. The reaction described within is a titanium(III)-catalyzed intermolecular acyloin-type cross-coupling.
- The Organic Chemistry Portal (www.organic-chemistry.org) just highlighted our enantioselective ketonitrile cyclization: http://www.organic-chemistry.org/Highlights/2013/19August.shtm
- Our recent publication about the titanium catalyzed reductive synthesis of aminoketones and pyrrolidinones has been published in Angewandte Chemie.
- Our Review dealing with metal-catalyzed reductive umpolung processes involving carbonyls and vinylogous fragments just appeared in Synthesis.