28th ESF/Euchem Conference on Stereochemistry
Bürgenstock, May 2 - 8, 1993
 
 
President:

Wolfgang Oppolzer

 
Vice-President:

David N Reinhoudt

 
 
 

MONDAY Morning Session Moderator: E Winterfeldt

 
L Hegedus

Synthesis of amino acids and peptides using photochemical reactions of chromium complexes

 
J E Bäckvall

Stereocontrol in palladium-catalyzed reactions

 
 

MONDAY Evening Session Moderator: B Giese

 
G van Koten

Copper arenethiolates as catalysts in stereoselective conjugate additon reactions: organometallic and synthetic aspects

 
B H Lipschutz

New synthetic methods via organocopper intermediates

 
 

TUESDAY Morning Session Moderator: D N Reinhoudt

 
W L Jorgensen

Molecular recognition in organic and biochemical systems

 
P B Sigler

Stereochemistry of specific protein-DNA interactions: lessons at high resolution

 
 

TUESDAY Evening Session Moderator: D N Reinhoudt

 
G L Verdine

The chemistry of DNA methylation

 
 

WEDNESDAY Morning Session Moderator: T S Livinghouse

 
Y Ito

New insertion reactions of isonitriles into organometallic compounds: generation of α-(N-arylimino) alkylsamarium (III) synthetic-equivalents to acyl anions and enantioselective polymerization of 1,2-diisocyano-arenes catalyzed by palladium (II) complex

 
E N Jacobsen

Asymetric catalytic oxidation of unfunctionalized alkenes

 
 

THURSDAY Morning Session Moderator: R M Williams

 
Ch-H Wong

Enzymes as catalysts for synthesis and as targets for inhibition

 
A R Fersht

The pathway of folding of a protein

 
 

THURSDAY Evening Session Moderator: H B Bürgi

 
H G von Schnering

The curvature of chemical structures

 
 

FRIDAY Morning Session Moderator: W N Speckamp

 
D P Curran

Stereochemical control in radical reactions

 
A Dondoni

Stereocontrolled synthetic methods via thiazole-based masked formylation: new routes to carbohydrates and unusual amino acids

 
P Knochel

New stereoselective reactions mediated by organozinc reagents

 
 

FRIDAY Evening Session Moderator: G Ourisson

 
G Stork

Strychinine and quinine: old problems revisited