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Invited Lectures at Universities

1.

“Indium and Mercury-Based Polyfunctional Lewis Acids as Nucleophile Receptors and Building-Blocks in Self-Assembled Supramolecules”

National University of Ireland, Galway

October 15, 1997

2.

“Polyfunktionelle Lewis-Sauren mit Elementen der Gruppen 12 und 13 als elektrophile Zentren”

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg

December 8, 1997

3.

“Bifunctional Lewis Acids as Nucleophile Receptors and Building-Blocks for Self-Assembled Supramolecules”

Aarhus University

January 19, 1998

4.

“Bifunctional Lewis Acids as Nucleophile Receptors and Building-Blocks for Self-Assembled Supramolecules”

Texas A&M University

January 28, 1998

5.

“Synthèse et Etude de Nouveaux Acides de Lewis Polyfonctionnels”

Université Louis Pasteur (Strasbourg I)

June 12, 1998

6.

“Bifunctional Lewis Acids in Molecular Recognition and Self Assembly”

College of Charleston

November 4, 1999

7.

“Bifunctional Lewis Acids in Molecular Recognition and Self Assembly”

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

November 8, 1999

8.

Probevorlesung on “Biomineralization”

Technische Universität München

November 25, 1999

9.

“Bidentate Lewis Acids in Microporous Solids Molecular Receptors and Persistent Radicals”

Purdue University

February 15, 2000

10.

“Cooperative effects in the chemistry of polyfunctional Lewis acids material synthesis molecular recognition and catalysis”

The University of Texas at Austin

December 6, 2000

11.

“Nouvelles Directions dans la Chimie des Acides de Lewis Polyfonctionnels”

The École Normale Supérieure

May 15, 2001

12.

“Nouvelles Directions dans la Chimie des Acides de Lewis Polyfonctionnels”

Université Paul Sabatier

May 16, 2001

13.

“New directions in the chemistry of polyfunctional Lewis acids”

University of Ottawa

June 1, 2001

14.

“Recent development in the chemistry of polyfunctional Lewis Acids”

Baylor University

August 24, 2001

15.

“Reduction of polydentate boranes and supramolecular stacks containing trinuclear organomercurials”

University of California, Davis

December 6, 2001

16.

“Reduction of polydentate boranes and supramolecular stacks containing trinuclear organomercurials”

University of California, Berkeley

December 7, 2001

17.

“Reduction of polydentate boranes and supramolecular stacks containing trinuclear organomercurials”

University of Alberta

January 17, 2002

18.

“Reduction of polydentate boranes and supramolecular stacks containing trinuclear organomercurials”

University of Calgary

January 18, 2002

19.

“Reduction of polydentate boranes and supramolecular stacks containing trinuclear organomercurials”

The University of Oklahoma

April 25, 2002

20.

“Polyfuctional Lewis Acids: from Materials to Catalysis”

University of Florida

September 16, 2002

24.

“Polyfunctional Main-Group Lewis Acids”

The University of New Orleans

September 16, 2002

21.

“Acides de Lewis Polyfonctionnels”

École Polytechnique

October 14, 2002

22.

“Polyfuctional Lewis Acids”

Technische Universität München

October 16, 2002

23.

“Acides de Lewis Polyfonctionnels”

Université Louis Pasteur (Strasbourg I)

October 17, 2002

25.

“Polyfunctional Main-Group Lewis Acids”

California Institute of Technology

March 3rd, 2003

26.

“Polyfunctional Main-Group Lewis Acids”

University of California, Riverside

March 5th, 2003

27.

“Cooperative effects in the chemistry of polyfunctional Lewis acids”

University of North Texas

November 31, 2003

28.

“Cooperative effects in polydentate Lewis acids”

The University of Iowa

January 30, 2004

29.

“Cooperative effects in the chemistry of polyfunctional Lewis acids”

Rutgers University – Newark

February 6, 2004

30.

“Polyfunctional Lewis acidic molecules”

Centre College

October 19, 2004

31.

“Polyfunctional Lewis acidic molecules”

University of Colorado Boulder

December 7, 2004

32.

“Polyfunctional Lewis acidic molecules”

Oklahoma State University

January 20, 2005

33.

“Polyfunctional Lewis acidic molecules”

Brandeis University

February 15, 2005

34.

“Polyfunctional Lewis acidic molecules”

Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Harvard University

February 16, 2005

35.

“Fluoride complexation by Polydentate Lewis acids”

Texas State University

October 17, 2005

36.

“Fluoride Complexation by Bidentate Lewis Acids”

Texas A&M University

October 20, 2005

37.

“Fluoride Complexation by Polydentate Lewis Acids containing Boron and Mercury”

Columbia University

January 19, 2006

38.

“Fluoride Complexation by Polydentate Lewis Acids containing Boron and Mercury”

Michigan State University

February 6, 2006

39.

“Fluoride Complexation by Polydentate Lewis Acids containing Boron and Mercury”

University of Victoria

February 27, 2006

40.

“Fluoride Complexation by Polydentate Lewis Acids containing Boron and Mercury”

University of British Columbia

February 28, 2006

41.

“Fluoride Complexation by Polydentate Lewis Acids Containing Boron and Mercury”

Simon Fraser University

February 29, 2006

42.

“Polyfunctional and Cationic Boranes Reduction Chemistry and Anion Complexation”

The University of Tokyo

August 27, 2006

43.

“Polyfunctional and Cationic Boranes Reduction Chemistry and Anion Complexation”

Indiana University Bloomington

September 19, 2006

44.

“Polyfunctional and Cationic Boranes Reduction Chemistry and Anion Complexation”

University of Notre Dame

September 21, 2006

45.

“Polyfunctional and Cationic Boranes Reduction Chemistry and Anion Complexation”

The University of Texas at Austin

September 27, 2006

46.

“Polyfunctional and Cationic Boranes Reduction Chemistry and Anion Complexation”

Texas Lutheran University

October 27, 2006

47.

“Polyfunctional and Cationic Boranes Reduction Chemistry and Anion Complexation”

Texas Christian University

November 2, 2006

48.

“Polyfunctional and Cationic Boranes Reduction Chemistry and Anion Complexation”

The University of Texas at Austin

November 3, 2006

49.

“Neutral and cationic Lewis acids Synthesis reduction chemistry and anion complexation”

Cardiff University

December 15, 2006

50.

“Cationic boranes Anion complexation and reduction chemistry”

University of Oregon

November 16, 2007

51.

“Cationic boranes Synthesis reduction chemistry and anion complexation”

University of Bristol

December 5, 2007

52.

“Cationic boranes Synthesis reduction chemistry and anion complexation”

University of Oxford

December 6, 2007

53.

“Cationic boranes Synthesis reduction chemistry and anion complexation”

University College London

December 7, 2007

54.

“Cationic Lewis acids: Reduction chemistry and anion complexation”

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

November 1, 2008

55.

“Cationic boranes Anion sensing and reduction chemistry”

Texas Tech University

January 21, 2009

56.

“Cationic boranes: Anion sensing and reduction chemistry”

Université de Rennes 1

May 14, 2009

57.

“Cationic boranes: Anion sensing and reduction chemistry”

Université de Bordeaux

May 15, 2009

58.

“Cationic boranes Anion sensing and reduction chemistry”

Université Paul Sabatier

May 18, 2009

59.

“Importance des relations structure/propriété dans la chimie des boranes acides de Lewis”

Université Paul Sabatier

May 20, 2009

60.

“Anion Sensing with Cationic Main Group Lewis Acids”

University of California, Berkeley

September 18, 2009

61.

“Anion Sensing with Cationic Main Group Lewis Acids”

St. Edward’s University

October 16, 2009

62.

“Cationic main group Lewis acids Anion sensing and redox properties”

University of Pennsylvania

December 1, 2009

63.

“Anion sensing with cationic main group compounds”

École Normale Supérieure de Lyon

December 21, 2009

64.

“Anion sensing with cationic main group Lewis acids”

University of California

January 22, 2010

65.

“Cationic main group Lewis acids”

University of Missouri

February 19, 2010

67.

“Going Fishing for Fluoride and Cyanide Anions in Water Using Main Group Lewis Acids”

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

July 20, 2010

68.

“Heavier Main Group Lewis acids”

University of Alberta

September 9, 2010

69.

“Heavier Main Group Lewis acids”

University of Calgary

September 10, 2010

70.

“Heavier Main Group Lewis acids”

University of Wisconsin-Madison

October 6, 2010

71.

“Heavier Main Group Lewis acids”

University of California, San Diego

December 10, 2010

72.

“Lewis acidic properties of stibonium and telluronium ions”

The University of Arizona

January 20, 2011

73.

“Lewis acidic properties of stibonium and telluronium ions”

Trinity University

February 10, 2011

74.

“Lewis acidic properties of pnictogenium and chalcogenium ions”

ExxonMobil

April 8, 2011

75.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavier pnictogenium and chalcogenium ions”

University of California, Los Angeles

May 4, 2011

76.

“Lewis acidic behavior of heavy onium ions”

Université Laval

October 28, 2011

77.

“Lewis acidic behavior of heavy onium ions”

Fudan University

November 14, 2011

78.

“Lewis acidic behavior of heavy onium ions”

National Taiwan University

November 16, 2011

79.

“Lewis acidic behavior of heavy onium ions”

Academia Sinica

November 17, 2011

123.

“Sensing fluoride and cyanide anions in water using main group Lewis acids”

Geneva, Switzerland

December 7-11, 2018

80.

“Lewis Acidic Properties of Heavy Onium Ions”

University of Michigan

February 13, 2012

81.

“Lewis Acidic Properties of Heavy Onium Ions”

Carnegie Mellon University

March 2, 2012

82.

“Lewis acidic behavior of heavy onium ions”

Technische Universität München

June 11, 2012

83.

“Lewis acidic behavior of heavy onium ions”

Universität Regensburg

June 13, 2012

84.

“Lewis Acidic Behavior of Heavy Pnictogens and Chalcogens Toward Transition Metals”

University of New England

June 20, 2012

85.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy group 15 and 16 compounds”

The University of British Columbia

August 1, 2012

86.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

Universität des Saarlandes

April 29, 2013

87.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

May 2, 2013

88.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

May 8, 2013

89.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

Karlshruer Institut für Technologie

June 17, 2013

90.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

June 19, 2013

91.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

Universität Stuttgart

June 20, 2013

92.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

Julius-Maximilians- Universität Würzburg

June 24, 2013

93.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

University of Southern California

September 17, 2013

94.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

Northwestern University

October 25, 2013

95.

“Lewis acidic properties of heavy main group compounds”

University of Houston

November 5, 2013

96.

“Lewis acidic and redox properties of organoantimony derivatives: Applications in anion sensing and halogen photoreductive elimination”

MIT/Harvard

October 15, 2014

97.

“Lewis acidic and redox properties of organoantimony derivatives – Applications in anion sensing and halogen photoreductive elimination”

Rice University

January 28, 2015

98.

"Lewis acidic and redox properties of organoantimony derivatives – Applications in anion sensing and halogen photoreductive elimination”

University of Toronto

February 10, 2015

99.

“Lewis acidic properties of organoantimony compounds: New opportunities in anion capture and catalysis”

University of Victoria

April 13, 2015

100.

“Lewis acidic and redox properties of organoantimony derivatives – Applications in anion sensing and halogen photoreductive elimination

Universität Regensburg

July 29, 2015

101.

“Lewis acidic properties of organoantimony compounds: Application in anion sensing and catalysis”

Texas A&M University

November 19, 2015

102.

“Lewis acidic and redox properties of organoantimony compounds: From anion sensing to catalysis”

Colorado State University

April 12, 2016

66.

“Strategies to increase the Lewis acidity of polyfunctional main group derivatives”

Salve Regina University

July 11-16, 2010

103.

“Organoantimony(V) Lewis Acids: Applications in Sensing and Catalysis”

Washington State University

November 7, 2016

104.

“Organoantimony(V) Lewis Acids: Applications in Sensing and Catalysis”

Texas State University

December 5, 2016

105.

“Organoantimony(V) Lewis Acids: Applications in Sensing and Catalysis”

The University of Alabama

January 26, 2017

106.

“Exploiting the Non-Innocence of Antimony Ligands in Organometallic Catalysis”

Nagoya University

March 9, 2017

107.

“Exploiting the Non-Innocence of Antimony Ligands in Organometallic Catalysis”

Kyoto University

March 10, 2017

108.

“Exploiting the Non-Innocence of Antimony Ligands: from Organometallic Catalysis to the Photoreductive Elimination of Halogens”

University of Toronto

March 13, 2017

109.

“Exploiting the Non-Innocence of Antimony Ligands: from Organometallic Catalysis to the Photoreductive Elimination of Halogens”

University of Rochester

May 17, 2017

110.

“Antimony-based Lewis acids for anion recognition and catalysis”

City University of Hong Kong

July 14, 2017

111.

“Exploiting the Non-Innocence of Antimony Ligands in Organometallic Catalysis”

Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry

July 17, 2017

112.

“On the Non-Innocence of Stibine Ligands: Applications in Organometallic Catalysis”

Northwestern University

August 28, 2017

113.

“Shining Light on Antimony Compounds: from Halide Anion Sensing to the Photoreductive Elimination of Halogens”

Northwestern University

August 29, 2017

114.

“Electronic and Cooperative Effects in the Chemistry of Antimony- and Boron-Based Lewis Acids”

Northwestern University

August 30, 2017

115.

“Exploiting the Non-Innocence of Antimony Ligands: from Organometallic Catalysis to the Photoreductive Elimination of Halogens”

University of Southern California

September 1, 2017

116.

“Exploiting the Non-Innocence of Antimony Ligands: from Organometallic Catalysis to the Photoreductive Elimination of Halogens”

Princeton University

November 14, 2017

117.

“Exploiting the Non-Innocence of Antimony Ligands in Organometallic Catalysis”

Portland State University

January 19, 2018

118.

“On the Non-Innocence of Stibine Ligands: Applications in Organometallic Catalysis”

University of Notre Dame

February 5, 2018

119.

“Shining Light on Antimony Compounds: From Halide Anion Sensing to the Photoreductive Elimination of Halogens”

University of Notre Dame

February 6, 2018

120.

“Electronic and Cooperative Effects in the Chemistry of Antimony and Boron-Based Lewis Acids”

University of Notre Dame

February 7, 2018

121.

“Main group Lewis acids: Applications in anion sensing and catalysis”

The University of Texas at Austin

May 8, 2018

122.

“Exploiting the non-innocence of antimony ligands in organometallic catalysis”

Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen

May 15, 2018

124.

“Interfacing antimony Lewis acids with late transition metals: Applications in organometallic catalysis”

Columbia University

February 7, 2019

125.

“Interfacing antimony Lewis acids with late transition metals: Applications in organometallic catalysis”

University of California, Los Angeles

February 27, 2019

126.

“Interfacing antimony Lewis acids with late transition metals: Applications in organometallic catalysis”

University of California, Riverside

March 1, 2019

127.

“Main Group Lewis Acids for Applications in Catalysis and Anion Transport”

University of Virginia

November 8, 2019

128.

“Main Group Lewis Acids for Applications in Catalysis and Anion Transport”

North Carolina State University

December 5, 2019

129.

“Main Group Lewis Acids for Applications in Catalysis and Anion Transport”

Michigan State University

January 27, 2020

130.

“Main group Lewis acids for applications in catalysis and anion transport”

University of North Texas

October 9, 2020

131.

“Main group Lewis acids for applications in catalysis and anion transport”

University of California, San Diego

December 2, 2020

132.

"Main group Lewis acids for applications in anion transport and catalysis"

Mississippi State University

March 12, 2021

133.

"Antimony and tellurium Lewis acids - Application in catalysis and anion transport"

University of California, Santa Cruz

November 15, 2021

134.

"Main group Lewis acids: Applications in anion transport and catalysis"

The Ohio State University

February 18, 2022