Electro- and Photoredox Chemistry – with a Practical touch
March 14, 2023 @ 08:30 – 11:30 CET
At these two seminars you will hear about the two techniques of electrosynthesis and photoredoxchemistry, used more and more today by organic chemists. We will get some background information to the techniques and examples from how it is used in Helena’s and Markus’ labs. After the seminars we hope that you better understand when the techniques are best used and that you also get practical examples on how to get started.
We hope to discuss what can be future developments in field.
At the venue we will bring examples of equipment that can be used.
We meet up in the entrance at Gamma 2 for coffee and walk up together (be there in time, so we can let you in). To reserve a sandwich please register before March 7th to email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you there!
Dr Helena Lundberg, Ass. Professor at KTH
Dr Markus Kärkäs, Assoc. Professor at KTH
Helena is Assistant Professor in organic chemistry since 2021 and has been a principal investigator at KTH Royal Institute of Technology since early 2019. Helena’s research interests are centered around catalysis and reductive electrosynthesis.
Markus is Associate Professor in organic chemistry and a principal investigator at KTH Royal Institute of Technology since August 2018. His research interests include photoredox catalysis, organic electrosynthesis, and artificial photosynthesis.