Asian German Symposium: New Directions in Synthetic Chemistry

Oct 01, 2003

Asian-German Symposium: New Directions in Synthetic-Organic Chemistry Technical University Munich 08.10.2003

PROGRAMME of the 2003 Asian-German Symposium
New Directions in Synthetic-Organic Chemistry

Technical University Munich Theresienstrasse, D-80333 Munich
Wednesday, 08.10.2003 Room North Building Hörsaal 1189

Opening conference in association with the Woehler-Association
Symposium of the Woehler-Association for Inorganic Chemistry

New Approaches to Combinatorial Asymmetric Transition Metal Catalysis 09:00-10:00
Reetz, M. T., Muelheim on the Ruhr, Germany
Break 10:00-10:50

Wednesday, 08.10.2003 Room North Building Hörsaal 1190
by Prof. Armin de Meijere, Goettingen, Germany 10:50-11:00
First session Chairman:
Prof. Paul Knochel, Munich, Germany
Geminal Dimetalation Strategy for Organic Synthesis 11:00-11:25
Hiyama, T., Kyoto, Japan
Catalytic Asymmetric C-C Bond Forming Reactions: New Strategies, 11:25-11:50
Catalysts and Substrates

Bräse, S., Karlsruhe, Germany
Propargylic Dithioacetal as Allene 1,3-Zwitterion Synthon 11:50-12.15
Luh, T.-Y., Taipei,Taiwan

Second session Chairman: Prof. Ulrich Koert, Marburg, Germany
Asymmetric Cyclopropanation of Furans as Key Step in the Synthesis 14:00-14:25
of Butyrolactone Natural Products

Reiser, O., Regensburg, Germany
Chemistry of Tetraphenylenols and Pentacenes 14:25-14:50
Wong, H.N.C., Hong Kong, China
Group-IV Metal Complexes as Hydroamination Catalysts 14:50-15:15
Doye, S., Hannover, Germany
Bis(iodozincio)methane as a Synthetic Tool 15:15-15:40
Matsubara, K., Kyoto, Japan
Pauson-Khand type reaction mediated by Rh(l)catalysts 16:00-16:25
Jeong, N. Seoul, Korea
Organic Synthesis – A Gateway to Nanoscience - 16:25-16:50
Nakamura, E., Tokyo, Japan
The C-H and C-C Bond Activation in Organic Synthesis 16:50-17:15
Jun, C., Seoul, Korea
Design of New C2-Symmetric Chiral Phase-Transfer Catalysts 17:15-17:40
for Practical Asymmetric Synthesis

Maruoka, K., Kyoto, Japan

Thursday, 09.10.2003 Room North Building Hörsaal 1190

Third session: Chairman: Prof. Norbert Krause, Dortmund, Germany

Toward truly efficient and powerful organic synthesis 11:00-11:25
Kobayashi, S., Tokyo, Japan

Domino Metathesis – a Versatile Concept in Synthesis 11:25-11:50
Blechert, S., Berlin, Germany

Highly Regio- and Stereoselective Addition Reaction of 1-S- 11:50-12:15
or Se-Substituted 1,2-Allenes

Ma, S., Shanghai, China

Friday, 10.10.2003 Room North Building Hörsaal 1190

Fourth session: Chairman: Professor Oliver Reiser, Regensburg, Germany

Synthesis of bioactive natural products and ion channels 14:00-14:25
Koert, U., Marburg, Germany

Miracle Roles of Organozincs and –boranes on the Nickel 14:25-14:50
and Palladium-Catalyzed Reactions

Tamaru, Y., Nagasaki, Japan

Chemistry in flow : Polymer-assisted synthesis in 14:50-15:10
flowthrough reactors

Kirschning, A., Hannover, Germany

Functionalized Allenes in Organic Chemistry: 15:15-15:40
Stereoselective Syntheses with Copper, Silver and Gold

Krause, N., Dortmund, Germany

In Search of New Methodologies and concepts for the 16:00-16:25
total synthesis of natural products

Peng, L. T., Singapore, Singapore

Application of Asymmetric Catalysis to Synthesis of Biologically Active 16:25-16:50

Helmchen, G. Heidelberg, Germany

Rhodium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming 16:50-17:15

Hayashi, T., Kyoto, Japan