The 11th Münster Symposium on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry 2020 on Friday, March 26th. Visit Münster in Spring!
© SFB 858

If you cannot in 2020.... - Visit Münster in Spring 2021!
11th MSCEC postponed to March 26th 2021

The Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 858 hosts the Münster Symposium on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry...in 2021! The members of the SFB 858 are very grateful to all invited lecturers scheduled for the 2020 edition to accept our renewed invitation for 2021.

We would like to invite you to exciting plenary lectures, to contribute with your results within an extensive poster session, or to receive one of the MS_CEC Young Researcher Awards for an outstanding scientific paper. Visit the Münster Sympoisum on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry as one highlight within the scientific calendar. Attendance is free.

Downloads: Poster (pdf, 4.7 MB)  -  Flyer (2 pages, pdf, 13.7 MB)

MSCEC 2021 Flyer (forthcoming update of flyer downloads)
© SFB 858

Münster Symposium on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry 2021

Guy LLOYD-JONES, The University of Edinburgh, UK
Chasing Intermediates in Capricious Reactions
Stefanie DEHNEN, Philipps-Universität Marburg, GER
Multinary Clusters – Between Molecular Aesthetics and Macroscopic Functionality
 
Symposium Poster Session
MS_CEC Young Researcher Awards Awardees‘ Presentations
 
Steven BENNER, Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution, Alachua, Florida, USA
Rethinking Nucleic Acids. From the Doctor's Office to Planet Mars
Scott E. DENMARK, University of Illinois, USA
Discovery and Optimization of Enantioselective Catalysts Through Chemoinformatics
 
MS_CEC Poster Prizes, Closing Remarks

MS_CEC Young Researcher Awards 2021
© SFB 858

Applying for MS_CEC Young Researcher Awards 2021

The SFB 858 invites you to apply for the MS_CEC Young Researcher Awards. The prizes are awarded for outstanding scientific papers in the fields of Molecular Chemistry, Catalysis, Nano Materials, Surface Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Theoretical Chemistry.

If you are a PhD student, a postdoc or a junior group leader and if you are named as first author on your publication, then please apply: Submit

  • a copy of the publication, along with
  • a short summary (one paragraph) detailing your contribution, along with
  • your CV.

Application deadline: N.N. 2021 (sfb858@wwu.de, Subject: MS_CEC Young Researcher Awards 2021).
The awardees will be invited to give a short talk on their contribution (see schedule).

Applying for Presenting a Poster

If you want to present a poster, please submit a summary (pdf) by N.N. 2021 (Subscription deadline) via sfb858@wwu.de (Subject: MSCEC Poster 2021).

The summary should at least provide the following information:

  • Title of the poster
  • Full given and surnames of all contributors, indicating the presenting author
  • The abstract paragraph (continious text)
  • Ideally, at least one figure/scheme for illustration
  • References (cited literature and own publications)

The poster session (more than 2 hrs.) is one of the MSCEC highlights and the best posters will be awarded with the MS_CEC Poster Prizes.

Attendance (w/o Poster)

If you want to attend the symposium without poster contribution, please register by N.N. 2021 (Registration deadline) via sfb858@wwu.de (Subject: Registration MSCEC 2021) providing your name and your institution.

MSCEC - Book of Abstracts

MSCEC Book of Abstracts
© SFB 858 (lt)

Since 2010, numerous young scientists have visited the MSCEC and contributed to its unique scientific atmosphere with posters on their current research. The Book of Abstracts provides an overview on the presentations over the years. Not yet on the list? Visit the next Münster Symposium on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry.

Photos

MSCEC 2016 - Welcome of Chairman Prof. Studer at the Opening
© SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - Coming Together
    © SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - Impressions from the lecture by D. Hilvert (ETH Zurich)
    © SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - Impressions from the lecture by D. Hilvert (ETH Zurich)
    © SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - Poster Session
    © SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - Poster Session
    © SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - MS_CEC Young Researcher Awardees with Prof. Frank Glorius (middle): M.Sc. Susanne Löffler (TU Dortmund) and Dr. Bill Morandi (MPI Mülheim)
    © SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - Impressions from the lecture by S. Grimme (University of Bonn)
    © SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - Prof. Jens Müller with Poster Prize Awardees
    © SFB 858 (lt)
  • MSCEC 2016 - Chairman Prof. Studer (left) with MSCEC 2016 Speakers: K. Itami, D. Hilvert, D. Trauner, and S. Grimme
    © SFB 858 (lt)

Impressions from MSCEC

Have a look on MS_CEC Young Researcher Awardees, Poster Prize Winners, Plenary Speakers and the atmosphere in the Castle of the WWU Münster.
Don't forget to register for MSCEC 2020, located in the Castle of the WWU Münster on May 8th 2020 via sfb858@wwu.de (see above). Apply for a Poster or the MS_CEC Young Researcher Awards 2020 for your chance to be a part of the 11th Münster Symposium on Cooperative Effects in Chemistry.
The SFB 858 warmly welcomes you to visit Münster in Spring 2021!