Werner Prize. CHF ,000 and medal in bronze. e Werner Prize is aded to promising young Swiss scientists or young foreign scientists working in Switzerland for outstanding research in e field of chemistry. Selection of e winners is not restricted to candidates working at a university. e Swiss Chemical Society Spring Meeting is a one day symposium and provides a high quality program wi national and international speakers of a certain topic. It is also e platform for e Werner Prize Ceremony and e Werner Ad Lecture. New Helvetica Prize of e Swiss Chemical Society (best published papers of PhD/Postdocs /20) 18.00 Ceremony of e Best Presentation Ads. Best Oral Presentation Ads, sponsored by Metrohm. Best Poster Ad, sponsored by DSM Nutritional Products. 18.30 End of SCS Fall Meeting . 04, · e Swiss Chemical Society Spring Meeting is a one day symposium and provides a high quality program wi national and international speakers of a certain topic. It is also e platform for e Werner Prize Ceremony and e Werner Ad Lecture. e Swiss Chemical Society Spring Meeting is a one day symposium and provides a high quality program wi national and international speakers of a certain topic. It is also e platform for e Werner Price Ceremony and e Werner Ad Lecture. As a general rule e Society holds its general assembly during e lunch break. Werner Prize Ad Lecture Prof. Jeremy Luterbacher, EPFL Lausanne (SUI) Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) SCS Spring Meeting SCS Spring Meeting SCS Spring Meeting List of all SCS Spring Meetings. Become a SCS member. Contact. SCS Head Office +41 31 306 92 91. Swiss Chemical Society SCS Spring Meeting Opportunities and Challenges in Catalysis and Werner Prize Lectures April 19, 9:30 – 17:15 Paul Scherrer Institute 5232 Villigen PSI. Venue Auditorium, Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI West) CH-5232 Villigen PSI T + 41 56 3 21 11. Best Poster ad, Swiss Chemical Society Fall meeting: Andrea Amantonico: Best Poster prize, 3rd International Workshop on Approaches to Single-Cell Analysis: Grace Leong: artis Master Stipendium 2008: Pawel Urban: ie-Curie Postdoral Fellowship: Johannes Stadler: Ph.D. student fellowship from e Roche Research Foundation: Mat ias. Paracelsus Prize Winner 45 SCS Announcements New Helvetica Prize of e Swiss Chemical Society (best published papers of PhD/Postdocs /20) 18.00 Ceremony of e Best Presentation Ads Best Oral Presentation Ads, sponsored by Metrohm Best Poster Ad, sponsored by DSM Nutritional Products 18.30 End of SCS Fall Meeting . 25, · Paracelsus Prize Winner SCS Announcements and Ceremony Session. 17.45. SCS Announcements New Helvetica Prize of e Swiss Chemical Society (best published papers of PhD/Postdocs /20) 18.00. Ceremony of e Best Presentation Ads Best Oral Presentation Ads, sponsored by Metrohm. Paracelsus Prize Winner SCS Announcements and Ceremony Session. 17.45. SCS Announcements. New Helvetica Prize of e Swiss Chemical Society (best published papers of PhD/Postdocs /20)- Jérémy Vuilleumier, EPFL Lausanne (Group of Prof. Sandrine Gerber). Prof. Xile Hu (LSCI - Laboratory of Inorganic Syn esis and Catalysis) received e Swiss Chemical Society’s Werner Prize at e Swiss Chemical Society Fall meeting. e Werner Prize is aded to a promising young Swiss scientist or scientist working in Switzerland for outstanding independent chemical research. e Prize will be aded at e Swiss Chemical Society Fall meeting at will take place at EPFL on Friday, 9, and will be accompanied by e ad lecture by e laureate. e Werner Prize is aded to a promising young Swiss scientist or scientist working in Switzerland for outstanding independent chemical research. e Werner Prize is aded to outstanding young scientists under e age o 0 working in Switzerland, honouring exceptional research in e field of chemistry. e prize was established in 1936 and has been aded annually since 1958. Vol. 61, 04/2007: Laureates: Ads and Honors Swiss Chemical Society, Fall Meeting 2006. Download Citation. On 26, John. Gladysz published Ad-Winning Organometallic Chemistry: e Werner Prize of e Swiss Chemical Society (Part 1). . is year’s Spring Meeting of e Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) was held at e University of Basel, Switzerland, on April 24. e meeting included five plenary talks, e presentation of e Werner Prize, and e General Assembly of e SCS. It was organized by Professor omas R. d and Professor cal or from e University of Basel. CHIMIA Issues from 2004 to today. (Vol. 74) Vol. 74, 04/: Laureates: ior Prizes of e SCS Fall Meeting . Alfred Werner Biographical A lfred Werner, son of factory foreman J.A. Werner and his wife Jeanne, née Tesche, was born on ember 12, 1866, at Mülhausen in Alsace, where he went to school. While he was at school he showed an interest in chemistry and did, when he was only 18, his first independent chemical research. Apr 27, · Prof. Maksym Kovalenko, of Empa‘s in Films and Photovoltaics Laboratory, has been aded e Swiss Chemical Society’s Werner Prize for . e ad ceremony took place on 22 April during e Spring Meeting of e society in Zürich, where e ad winner was presented wi a bronze medallion and CHF,000 in prize money. Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) Haus der Akademien Laupenstrasse 7 3008 Bern SCS Spring Meeting Homogeneous Catalysis: New Paradigms, and Werner Prize Lectures April 21, 09.00 -17.30 University of Bern Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. International Journal for Chemistry and Official Membership Journal of e Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) and its Divisions CHIMIA, a scientific journal for chemistry in e broadest sense, is published times a year and covers e interests of a wide and diverse readership.Contributions from all fields of chemistry and related areas are considered for publication in e form of Review. He published over 120 papers and is co-inventor on more an 70 patent families. He has received numerous ads from IBM, was named Master Inventor by IBM, and received e Werner prize of e Swiss Chemical Society in 2006 and Langmuir Lecture Ad in . Dr. A Swiss chemist and winner of e Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1913 for his research into e structure of coordination compounds, Alfred Werner was born on 12 ember 1866 in Mulhouse, Alsace (which was en part of France, but which was annexed by Germany in 1871). Werner developed e basis for modern coordination chemistry. 24, · Alfred Werner (ember 12, 1866 - ember 15, 1919) was a Swiss chemist who was a student at E Zurich and a professor at e University of Zurich. He won e Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1913 for proposing e ahedral configuration of transition metal complexes. Werner developed e basis for modern coordination chemistry. 1991, he was aded wi e Werner-Prize of e New Swiss Chemical Society (In Würdigung seiner bedeutenden Beiträge zur Naturstoff-Syn ese und zur Entwicklung neuer Syn ese-Me oden). 1993, he was promoted to CIBA-Fellow (In Anerkennung der hervorragenden wissenschaftlichen Beitäge zur Chemie der biologisch relevanten kleinen Ringe. Discount on ACS meetings, He received e Werner Prize of e Swiss Chemical Society and e Ruzicka Prize from e Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (E), Zurich. Alfred Werner was a Swiss chemist and e founder of coordination chemistry. His research into e structure of coordination compounds won him e 1913 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Before him, e study of concepts such as valence bonding and geometry in metal amine complexes was confusing. Corday-Morgan Prize, e top Royal Society of Chemistry prize for early-to mid-career UK based researchers, ember . EPSRC Leadership Fellowship, ober 20 - . Werner Prize, e top ad of e Swiss Chemical Society, presented annually to a researcher in Switzerland under e age o 0. He was aded e Werner Prize and Medal of e Swiss Chemical Society in 1978, and e Kametani Ad in 2005. He has distinguished himself by outstanding research in Heterocyclic Chemistry. Symposium Program: e 9, 2006. OCI, University of Zürich, Irchel. :00 AM - 12:00 PM Introduction & 3 talks. Chemical Society Reviews Emerging Investigator Lectureship, RSC Member, Young Academy of Europe Extraordinary Young Scientist, World Economic Forum EuCheMS Organic Division Young Investigator Werner Prize, Swiss Chemical Society ieme Chemistry Journal Ad 20 European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant. 6 lecturers and 1 laureate of e Werner Prize Swiss Chemical Society: SCS Spring Meeting and Werner Prize ursday 16 February 09:30 - 17:30 Uni Mail, boulevard du Pont-d'Arve 40 Prof. Gérard Hopfgartner: esis defence Amin Sadeghpour Dilmaghani. 13, 2006 · e ad is named in honor of Alfred Werner (1866–1919), who was aded e 1913 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on e chemical bonding of complexes. Dela che lectured at e Fall Meeting of e SCS on ober 13 in Zurich on e topic of microcontact processing for microtechnology and biology. 12, · Professor Luterbacher is e head of e Laboratory of Sustainable and Catalytic Processing at EPFL, as well as a corresponding au or for 12 publications on biomass valorization in a peer-reviewed journal, and e winner of e Werner prize from e Swiss Chemical Society. e focus on petroleum-free materials. Edmond has received many o er accolades in recognition of his work, including e Werner Prize from e Swiss Chemical Society and e Prix Jaubert from e University of Geneva. He was elected a Fellow of e American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1972 and a Member of e US National Academy of Sciences in 1973. Subsequently he spent ree years at e Yale university as a postdoral associate. In 1980 he became an „Oberassistent and in 1988 professor at e University of Fribourg, Switzerland where is presently professor emeritus. He received e Habilitation (venia legendi) in 1988. He won e Werner – prize of e Swiss Chemical Society. Alfred Werner Assistant Professor of Syn etic Organic Chemistry. American Chemical Society Spring Meeting, San Diego, USA. . University of Groningen, e Ne erlands. Swiss Young Faculty Meeting, University of Bern, Switzerland. Universite Paris XI, France. Apr 17, · e Swiss Chemical Society ads e Werner Prize to Prof. Sandra Luber, for her excellent research accomplishments in e field of eoretical and computational chemistry. Her work covers a wide range of approaches, mostly wi emphasis on highly accurate me ods derived from quantum mechanics, which she has applied to a wide variety of challenging systems. e Syn esis in Organic Chemistry conference is a flagship event for e international organic chemistry community. e first meeting of is internationally renowned symposium was held in Oxford in 1969, and since en e meetings have alternated on a biennial basis between Oxford and Cambridge. e number of bachelor’s degrees conferred at college and university departments approved by e American Chemical Society rose to 12,888 for 2006-07, an all-time high and a 6.3 increase over. She is also member of e Board of Directors of e Swiss Chemical Society. Prizes and ads: PhD grant from e Ministry of Research and Education, France, 1993-1996. Prize Eugène Schueller 1997 (for PhD esis work) Prize Dufour 2005 (Prize Claude Dufour for prospective organic chemistry) Werner Prize 20 (Swiss Chemical Society). He has won several prizes including e Werner Prize of e Swiss Chemical Society in 2004, e Ad for Outstanding Achievements in Bioorganometallic Chemistry in 20, e Centennial Luigi Sacconi Medal of e Italian Chemical Society and e Bioinorganic Chemistry Ad of e Royal Society of Chemistry in . Werner centennial. a symposium co-sponsored by e Division of Inorganic Chemistry and e Division of e History of Chemistry at e 152nd meeting of e American Chemical Society, New York, N.Y., t. 12-16, 1966 by American chemical society (Book) 13 editions published in 1967 in English and Undetermined and held by 687 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.