Invited Lectures

Lutz Ackermann (Georg-August University Göttingen, Germany)

“Ruthenium-Catalyzed C-H Bond Functionalization”


Olivier Baudoin (Lyon University, France)

“Palladium(0)-Catalyzed C(sp3)-H Bond Activation for the Construction of Fused Ring Systems”


Maurice Brookhart (North Carolina University, USA)

“Hydrocarbon Conversions Catalyzed by Iridium Pincer Complexes”


Marta Catellani (Parma University, Italy)

Palladium and norbornene catalysis for selective aromatic functionalization via C–H activation


Sukbok Chang (KAIST, Korea)

Development of Metal-Mediated Direct C-H Amination Reactions


André Charette (Montréal University, Canada)

“C–H Functionalization of Cyclopropane and Heterocyclic Derivatives”


Naoto Chatani (Osaka University, Japan)

“C-H Functionalization Utilizing New Chelation System”


Vy M. Dong (California University Irvine, USA)

“A few of my favorite rings: Catalysis inspired by macrocycles


Matthew Gaunt (Cambridge University, UK)

Palladium–catalyzed C–H activation of aliphatic amines


Frank Glorius (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany)

“Mild, Versatile and Strategic C-H Activation”


Alan Goldman (Rutgers, USA)

Catalytic Alkane Conversion with Pincer-Iridium Complexes. Mechanism and Selectivity”


Fumitoshi Kakiuchi (Keio University, Japan)

Ruthenium-catalyzed C–H Alkenylation Using Alkenyl Acetates and Related Compounds


Aiwen Lei (Wuhan University, China)

Two Electron Redox, Radical Oxidative Coupling and Mechanism Revealed by Operando XAS, Raman, EPR and IR


Chao-Jun Li (McGill University, Canada)

Transition-Metal Catalyzed Nucleophilic Addition of Alkyne C-H Bond in Water”


Stuart A. Macgregor (Heriot Watt University, UK)

Mechanistic Studies on C–H Activation and Functionalisation at Rh, Ir and Ru Centres”


Masahiro Miura (Osaka University, Japan)

“Copper-Mediated Oxidative Aryl-Heteroaryl Coupling”


Zhang-Jie Shi (Peking University, China)

“Direct Transformation of Unreactive C-H Bonds”


Weiping Su (Fujian, China)

C-H Fuctionalization via Capturing the Intermediates Generated from Dehydrogenation or Decarboxylation

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