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Alumni 2016

Here you can review our Liebig-College students from summer 2016 and their research fields:



From top left to bottom right: 

Oleksandra Skorobohatko (UKR) worked on "MsP1 as a Catalyst in Organic Synthesis".

Sarah Johnson (USA) focussed her research on "Fluoride-Assisted Activation of Calcium Carbide: Potential Use in Organic Transformations". 

Aleksandra Michalak (POL) workfield was "Inverse electron-demand Diels-Alder reaction of phthalazines with allenes".

Aleksandra Buchcic (POL) worked on "Urolithins".

Ayaka Toshima (JPN)  worked on the "Synthesis of Various Ligand Systems for Coordination Chemistry Applications".

Andrey Vladimirovich Petrov (RUS) gave a talk about "Synthesis of air-stable bidentate Lewis acid catalyst for IEDDA reactions".

Mark O'Loughlin (IRL) worked in the field of "C–H functionalization: Synthesis of amino acids with adamantine group". 

Adeyemi Rahman (IRL) studied the "Metal-Free Syn Dihydroxylation of Alkenes: An alternative to Sharpless Asymmetric Dihydroxylation?". 

Jonah Norbury (NED) studied in the field of "Non-Heme HPTB-Diiron Complexes - Solvent Optimisation, Ligand Synthesis and Alteration for Industrial Applications and Kinetics Analysis".

Artem Tsymbal (RUS) focussed his research on "C-H Activation of Alkanes via Nitroxyl Catalysis".

Shuhei Maeda (JPN) worked on the "Synthesis of cyclooctatetraene-based molecular balances".