The Faculty Colloquium usually takes place every second Monday each month during the semester (four talks). National and international scientists as well as scientists from our Faculty of Chemistry give insight into their field of research in the framework of 45-minute lectures.

Before the colloquia, there is usually a faculty coffee, during which faculty members are cordially invited to meet for an exchange over coffee and cake.

Program Coordination: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Becker

  • Monday, 11.10.2021, 16:00, Loschmidt lecure hall & streaming
  • Monday, 8.11.2021, 16:00, Auer von Welsbach lecture hall & streaming
  • Monday, 13.12.2021, 16:00, Loschmidt lecure hall & streaming
  • Monday, 17.1.2022, 16:00, Loschmidt lecure hall & streaming


If at least three of the four lectures have been attended, this course will have a credit of 0.5 ECTS.

Samuel Matthias Meier-Menches (© Meier-Menches)

Thomas Mindt (© LBI Applied Diagnostics).

Monday, 11 October 2021, 16:00:

News from the faculty - S. Meier-Menches & T. Mindt will be introducing their research interests:

Small molecule effects in complex systems

Ass.-Prof. Dr. Samuel Matthias Meier-Menches, Privatdoz.

Institut für Analytische Chemie, Institut für Anorganische Chemie & Joint Metabolome Facility, Fakultät für Chemie, Universität Wien

Radioactive labeled molecules for diagnosis and therapy of diseases

Ass.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Mindt, Privatdoz.

Bioinorganic Radiochemistry, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Vienna


Alexander Barnes (© D-CHAB - ETH Zürich)

Monday, 8 November, 16:00:

"NMR and Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Technology for In-Cell Structural Biology"

Prof. Dr. Alexander Barnes, ETH Zurich

Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences,



  • Pls. join us either in Carl Auer von Welsbach Hörsaal (HS1), Faculty of Chemistry, Boltzmanngasse 1, 1090 Vienna - no seat reservation required!
  • Or join us ONLINE:
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