This conference will showcase exceptional research from final year PhD students and provides the opportunity to network and share ideas. The subjects covered will be wide ranging within organic chemistry such as synthesis, mechanistic studies, methodology, medicinal chemistry or analysis and computational.
The majority of attendees are expected to be academic and industrial researchers including postgraduate students who will be presenting their work, but this event is open to all and free to attend.
The event will be run as a hybrid event which allows remote attendance in addition to in person attendance. Please select only one option when registering (in-person OR online attendance).
For further information and prices, please email email@example.com. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Friday 19 May 2023
- Registration and refreshments
- Welcome and introduction
- Towards the Total Synthesis of the Nonribosomal Pentapeptide Siderophore Madurastatin C1
Damon Wen, Newcastle University
- Stereoselective Two-Carbon Ring Expansion of Allylic Amines via Electronic Control of Palladium-Promoted Equilibria
Charles Mikan, Northumbria University
- Light-Mediated Multi-Target Protein Degradation using Arylazopyrazole Photoswitchable PROTACs (AP-PROTACs)
Qisi Zhang, Imperial College London
- A New Synthesis of Azetidines
Hannah Askey, University of Bath
- Chemoenzymatic Total Synthesis of the Antibiotic (-)-13-Deoxytetrodecamycin
Joe Russell, University of Bristol
- Harnessing triaryloxonium ions for aryne generation
Madeleine Hindson, University of Oxford
- A ‘direct-to-biology’ platform for the rapid identification and optimisation of novel, irreversible antivirals
Harry Wilders, GlaxoSmithKline/Strathclyde University
- Refreshment break
- Investigation into the mechanism of a photoredox catalysed C(sp3)–H functionalisation reaction using kinetic analysis in flow: radical insights for selectivity
Hannah Broderick, Imperial College London
- A reaction with potential: an electrosynthesis of 1,3,4-Oxadiazoles from N-Acyl Hydrazones
Luke Chen, GlaxoSmithKline/Strathclyde University
- Iron-Catalysed Regioselective C–H Thiocyanation of Arenes
Lachlan Waddell, University of Glasgow
- Judging and discussions
- Prize giving and closing remarks
SCI’s Young Chemists’ Panel are committed to promoting diversity and equality in the chemical sciences. We aim to identify high quality speakers for all our conferences with inclusivity of gender and ethnicity. Attendees from all backgrounds and ages are welcome.
Venue and Contact
This event is free to attend.
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For this reason, registration will close 24 hours prior to the event and only registered guests will be admitted.
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Charlotte Dalton, CatSci
David Fengas, Concept Life Sciences
Chris Jones, QMUL
Daniel Jones, Sosei Heptares
Helen Jones, AstraZeneca
Tom Sturgeon, SCI