Guest Speaker in 2019
- Prof. Daniel S. Lambrecht (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA)
Prof. Lambrecht started our 4th summer school with his talk about: "Identifying the Impact of Intermolecular Forces on Catalysis from Computation"
- Prof. Matthew S. Sigman (University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA)
Prof Sigman talked about the importance of statistics in chemistry via his talk about "Developing Modern Data Analysis Tools for Synthesis & Catalysis"
- Prof. Ayan Datta (School of Chemical Sciences in Jadavpur, Kolkata, Republic of India)
Ayan Datta gave a talk about the effects of LD on Graphene systems "Symmetry Breaking a Low-Dimensional Systems - Why Heavier Analogues of Graphene are Buckled?"
- Prof. Markus Albrecht (RWTH Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Aachen, Germany)
Prof. Albrecht discussed with us the strenght of Londons Interaction in supramolecular systems "How Strong is Weak? Hierarchical Helicates - From Weak Interactions to Supramolecular Devices"
- Prof. Jay S. Siegel (Tianjin University, Tianjin, Peoples Republic of China)
Prof. Siegel closed out 4th summer school and gave a catchy black board talk on Dispersion, Repulsion, Binding, Bonding: Rationalizing Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon Interactions.
- Prof. Timothy Clark (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany)
Prof. Clark was the first Headliner of our third workshop in Erlangen. His talk was entitled "It need not be London"
- Prof. Masaya Sawamura (Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan)
Prof. Sawamura gave insight about London Dispersion Forces in Catalysis at our workshop in Erlangen with his talk "Non-covalent interactions in our studies on asymmetric transition metal catalysis".