The annual Reaxys Inspiring Chemistry Conference celebrates inspirational chemistry from some of the today’s finest chemists and some of the rising stars and future leaders in the discipline. It will take place on September 21-24 2014 in Grindelwald, Switzerland.
Prof. Lee Cronin, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Lee Cronin is Regius Chair of Chemistry. In 2009 he was elected to Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and received the RSC Corday Morgan Medal and Prize in 2012. He has also been awarded by the RSE/BP Hutton Prize in Energy Innovation in 2013. Biography
Dr Alexander Mayweg, Roche, Switzerland
Alexander Mayweg is Head of Medicinal Chemistry for Roche pRED. In 2007, he won a Roche Olympiad Gold Medal for the creation of The Roche Medicinal Chemistry Knowledge Application, and in 2011 earned a prestigious European Federation of Medicinal Chemistry Prize for a Medicinal Chemistry in Industry. Biography
Prof. Dr. Dieter Seebach, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Retired from the ETH Zürich since 2003, Prof Seebach is now Professor emeritus, ETH Zürich. He is also part of the Advisory Board of Chemistry & Biodiversity, Member of the Selection Committee for the Vincent du Vigneaud Award of the American Peptide Society and Scientific Advisory Board, Senn Chemicals AG. Biography
Prof. Charlotte K. Williams, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Charlotte Williams is Professor of Catalysis and Polymer Chemistry. She has been recognized for her research by the BEPS Outstanding Early Career Academic Award 2011, the RSC Energy, Environment and Sustainability Award (2009), the Meldola Medal (2005) and the Young Researcher Award (2001). Biography
The Organizing Committee comprises the following members of the Reaxys Prize Club:
|Victoria Blair||Andy Chapman||Alessandro D'Urso||Nicholas Evans||Charles Frazier||Debashis Mandal|
|Urs Rauwald||Tae Ho Shin||Christof Sparr||Yuto Sumida||Basker Sundararaju||Peter Wich|
Agenda - September 21-24, 2014
Location - The Sunstar Alpine Hotel Grindelwald
" Situated at the heart of the glacier village of Grindelwald, the Sunstar Hotel Grindelwald is the perfect venue for a successful conference. The meeting rooms are light and airy and have all the latest equipment. During the breaks, you can enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of the North Face of the Eiger and the Wetterhorn and Glacier Gorge from the garden."
More info: Hotel Website