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11th Central European Meeting

on Molecular Electrochemistry

CEMME 2019


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History


In the frame of the previous long term cooperation between electrochemists from J. Heyrovský Institute (Prague Czech Republic) and IFW Dresden (Saxony, Germany), a series of meetings focused on the presentation of young electrochemists from Prague and Dresden was established in the early nineties. Initially, unformal meetings became regular small electrochemical symposia, which were called "Prague-Dresden Symposia" with a rotating chairmanship between the two Institutions. The founders, promoters and organizers were on the Czech side Dr. Pavel Janda and Prof. Ladislav Kavan and on the German side Prof. Dr. Lothar Dunsch and Prof. Waldfried Plieth, TU Dresden. Until 2011 at least ten very successful conventions were hold alternately in the Czech Republic and in Germany.

1st: 1995 Prachovskéskály
2nd: 1996 Krippen
3rd: 1998 Prague
4th: 1999 Holzhau
5th: 2001 Jetřichovice
6th: 2003 Cunewalde
7th: 2005 Roztoky u Křivoklátu
8th: 2007 Freital
9th: 2009 ČervenýHrádek
10th: 2011 Oybin.

Unfortunately, the illness of Prof. Dunsch (Nov. 2013) interrupted this series of conferences. In 2018 a common decision was made to restart the traditional and successful symposia which will be focused on Molecular Electrochemistry.

The main goals of the symposia are: a) To bring together young electrochemists and students from the Central European region, b) to enable them to present their research work on an international level, c) to promote discussion among young and experienced scientists, d) to catalyze cooperation and common projects among research groups.

Thematically the symposia will be oriented to Molecular Electrochemistry, that means to investigate the relationship between structure and redox reactivity on the atomic/molecular level. An inter- and transdisciplinary approach to the study of static and dynamic molecular properties of organic, inorganic, organometallic, metal-organicand bioinorganic complexes, supramolecular systems and metallo-enzymes will be included.

The restored series of meetings will continue with the 11th issue under the name Central European Meeting on Molecular Electrochemistry (CEMME), as the Lothar Dunsch Memorial. The length of this international meeting for approx. 50 – 60 scientists and students will not exceed two/three days and will take place on the 17th to 19th of November 2019 in Saxony at TU Chemnitz. The organizers are Prof. Dr. Heinrich Lang together with Dr. Alexander Hildebrandt from the Inorganic Chemistry Department at TU Chemnitz and Prof. Dr. Jiri Ludvik and Dr. Pavel Jandafrom the J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague.

It is planned that during the 11th CEMME molecular electro-activation, electro-synthesis and electro-catalysis, bioelectrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry will be highlighted and discussed. Hence, the Conference will significantly contribute to a better understanding of molecular properties, to study in detail chemical reactions comprising electron-transfer processes and, for example, the formation of reaction mechanisms.

 

Agenda


MAIN Research Center (Materials, Architectures, Integrated Nano Membranes), Rosenbergstr. 6, 09126 Chemnitz, TU Campus Reichenhainer Straße

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Here you can find a way to the Hostel from the Busstation (Walking or an Example for Bus/Tram) or from the Mainstation (Walking or an Example for Bus/Tram) and the way from the Hostel to the MAIN (Walking or an Example for Bus/Tram). You can find an connection overview here.



17th November 2019, Sunday

Arrival
01.30 pm Check-in at hostel Jugendherberge Chemnitz "eins" (not possible before 01.30 pm)
03:00 – 04.45 pm Registration
04:45 – 05.10 pmProf. Dr. Heinrich Lang
Prof. Dr. JiříLudvík
(ISE)
Dr. Alexander Hildebrandt (GDCh)
Words of Welcome
ChairmanProf. Dr. Heinrich Lang
05:10 – 05:55 pmProf. Wolfgang Kaim
Universität Stuttgart
Probing Ligand Noninnocence in Group 10 Metal Complexes via DFT and Spectroelectrochemistry
05:55 – 06:15 pmProf. Dr. LibušeTrnková
Masaryk University, Brno
Electrode Processes of Guanine Derivatives
06:15 – 06:35 pmM. Sc. Julia Mahrholdt
Chemnitz University of Technology
Synthesis and Characterization of Rigidly Bridged Diferrocenes
06:35 – 06:55 pmDr. Mark R. Ringenberg
Universität Stuttgart
Determining Electrochemical Mechanism With Spectroelectrochemistry
07:00 – 09:00 pm Welcome Mixer and Poster Session (Pretzel & Beverage)


18th November 2019, Monday

Chairman Prof. Dr. JiříLudvík
08:30 – 09:00 amProf. Dr. Biprajit Sarkar
Freie Universität Berlin
Redox-Active MesoionicCarbenes for Redox-Switchable Catalysis
09:00 – 09:20 amProf. Dr. Berthold Kersting
Universität Leipzig
Metallomacrocycles Acting in Second-Sphere: Selective Complexation of Cuprate Ions
09:20 – 09:40 amDr. EvgeniaDmitrieva
Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research, Dresden
Spectroelectrochemical Study on Electrochromic Viologen Systems
09:40 – 10:00 amDr. Alan Liska
J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Prague
Electrochemical Reduction of Various Acylgermanes
10:00 – 10:20 amDr. Tobias Rüffer
Chemnitz University of Technology
The Influence of Nuclearity on the Redox Behavior of MI/II and MII/III (M = Ni, Cu) Couples of Oxamato Type Complexes
10:20 – 10:50 amCoffee Break
10:50 – 11:10 amDr. VlastimilVyskočil
Charles University, Prague
Our Past Ten Years with Electrochemical DNA Biosensors
11:10 – 11:30 amM. Sc. Oliver Lorenz
Leibniz Institute of Surface Engineering, Leipzig
Activation of Platinum Thin Film Electrodes of Solid Acid Fuel Cells via Cyclic Voltammetry
11:30 – 11:50 amM. Sc. NicoBöhme
Chemnitz University of Technology
Poly- and Oligo-Vinylferrocenes as Cathode Materials for Charge Storage Devices
11:50 – 12:10 amDr. SoumyadipChoudhury
Chemnitz University of Technology
Exploring Hybrid Organosulfur / CNT Network for Li-S Battery Cathodes via Inverse Vulcanization
12:10 – 12:30 amM. Sc. Tomas Bystron
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Study of 2-Iodobenozic Acid and 2-Iodosobenzoic Acid Anodic Oxidation in Aqueous Solutions
12:30 – 12:50 amProf. Dr. Rudolf Holze
Chemnitz University of Technology
Redox-Active Organic Materials as Active Electrode Masses in Devices for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion
12:50 – 02:00 pm Lunch (Mensa) and Poster Session
Chairman Prof. Dr. Kaim
02:00 – 02:30 pmDr. Alexander Hildebrandt
Chemnitz University of Technology
Electronic Interactions within Mixed Valent Compounds:
- The Influence of Anions, Solvents and Electrostatic Properties
02:30 – 02:50 pmM. Sc. Sven Waniek
Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz
PolysubstitutedFerrocenes as Tunable Redox Mediators
02:50 – 03:10 pmM. Sc. Daniel Fink
University Konstanz
Redox-Active Tetra- and Hexaruthenium Macrocycles
03:10 – 03:30 pmDr. Balamurugan Devadas
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Electrochemical Synthesis of Diacetoxy Hypervalent Iodine Derivatives
03:30 – 03:50 pmM. Sc. Karolína Salvadori
J.Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Prague
Electrochemical Reduction of Substituted Nosylamides – Precursors of New Anionic Receptors
03:50 – 04:10 pmDr. Nicolás I. Neuman
Freie Universität Berlin
Study of Metallocorrole Water Oxidation Catalysts by Spectroscopic, Electrochemical and Computational Methods
04:10 – 06:00 pm Free Time or Industry Museum or Hiking along Würschnitztal/Einsiedel
06:00 – 09:00 pm BBQ


19th November 2019, Tuesday

Chairman Dr. Alexander Hildebrandt
08:30 – 09:00 amDr. Romana Sokolová
J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Prague
UV-Vis and IR Spectroelectrochemistry as a Powerful Method for Determination of Redox Mechanism of Bioactive Compounds
09:00 – 09:20 amM. Sc. Michaela Obluková
J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Prague
Transformation of Naphthoyl Indole Derivatives by Electrochemical Methods and Enzymatic Reactions
09:20 – 09:40 amDr. Stefan Zahn
Leibniz Institute of Surface Engineering, Leipzig
Molecular Features Contributing to the Low Melting Point of Reline
09:40 – 10:00 amDr. Lucie Koláčná
J.Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Prague
Redox Properties of Pyrene-Tetrasubstituted Double Bond Conjugates
10:00 – 10:20 amM. Sc. Martin Prokop
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Mathematical Model of Pt Nanoparticle Catalyst Degradation in Concentrated H3PO4 at Elevated Temperatures
10:20 – 10:50 am Coffee Break
Chairman Dr. Soumyadip Choudhury
10:50 – 11:10 amProf. Dr. Jiří Ludvík
J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Prague
Reduction and Stereoelectrochemistry of Nitro-Substituted Calix[4]arenes
11:10 – 11:30 amM. Sc. Sebastian Notz
Chemnitz University of Technology
Ferrocenyl-substituted Pyrenes: Electrochemical Characteristics and Their Usage in SWCNT-Functionalization
11:30 – 11:50 amM. Sc. Martin Hartmann
Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems, Chemnitz
Performance Improvements of CNTFETs by Polymer-based Doping Control
11:50 – 12:10 amDr. Pavel Janda
J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Prague
Should Electrochemists be Aware of Surface Gaseous Nanobubbles?
12:10 – 12:30 amM. Sc. Ammar Al-Hamry
Chemnitz University of Technology
Detection of Organophosphorus Pesticide using Reduced Graphene Oxide/PDAC Modified Silver Electrode
12:30 – 12:50 am M. Sc. Monika Klusáčková
Charls University, Prague
Cobalt Pyridinoporfyrazinate as a Non Platinum Mediator in Hydrogen Electrocatalysis
12:50 – 01:00 pmProf. Dr. Jiří Ludvík Closing Remarks, Final Discussion
Departure

 

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