Currently two junior group leaders and eight full professors are heading the research groups at the Organisch-Chemischen Institut. They are supportet by several analytical divisions belonging to the institute. Read more about the research of the individual groups and their contribution to international and interdisciplinary networks.
The Collaborative Research Center SFB 858 hosts the 11th "Münster Symposium on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry" in the University Schloss, not in 2020, but on March 26th 2021! We are very grateful, that all plenary speakers, Steven Benner (FfAME Alachua, Florida, USA), Stefanie Dehnen (Philipps-Universität Marburg, GER), Scott E. Denmark (University of Illinois, USA) and Guy Lloyd-Jones (The University of Edinburgh, UK), confirmed their coming also for the next year. For further announcements click here.
The University of Münster is establishing a new Research Training Group funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The bilateral doctoral program "Functional pi-Systems: Activation, Interaction and Application" will start in May and will receive funding of around five million euros for four and a half years.