Das Fakultätskolloquium findet in der Regel jeden zweiten Montag im Monat während des Semesters statt (vier Termine). In- und ausländische WissenschafterInnen wie auch WissenschafterInnen unserer Fakultät geben in 45-minütigen Vorträgen Einblick in ihre Forschung.

Vor den Kolloquien findet meistens ein Fakultätskaffee statt, im Rahmen dessen Fakultätsangehörige herzlich eingeladen sind, sich auf einen Austausch bei Kaffee und Kuchen zu treffen.

Programm-Koordination: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Becker

  • Montag, 7.10.2019, 16:00, Joseph Loschmidt Hörsaal, Währinger Straße 42, 1090 Wien
  • Montag, 14.10.2019, 16:00, Carl Auer von Welsbach Hörsaal, Boltzmanngasse 1, 1090 Wien
  • Montag, 9.12.2019, 15:00, Carl Auer von Welsbach Hörsaal, Boltzmanngasse 1, 1090 Wien
  • Montag, 13.1.2020, 16:00, Joseph Loschmidt Hörsaal, Währinger Straße 42, 1090 Wien

 ECTS

Bei nachgewiesenem Besuch von mind. drei der vier Vorträge gibt es für diese Lehrveranstaltung 0,5 ECTS.

Monday, 7 October 2019, 16:00

Prof. Baoru Yang, Department of Food Chemistry and Food Development, Turku University, Finland

Acylated and Non-acylated Anthocyanins as Health Promoting Food Ingredients

Abstract

Baoru Yang is Professor and Head of the Food Chemistry and Food Development Unit. Yang also acts as the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Turku. www.utu.fi/en/people/baoru-yang

Monday, 14 October 2019, 16:00

Prof. Philip Dawson, Department of Chemistry, The Scripps Research Institute, Jupiter, Florida, USA

Customizing macromolecules through chemical ligation

Abstract

Philip Dawson is the dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies at Scripps Research and a professor in the Department of Chemistry. scripps.edu/faculty/dawson/

Monday, 9 December 2019, 15:00

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christian Köberl, Department of Lithospheric Research, University of Vienna

Meteoriten: Information und Gefahr aus dem All

Abstract

Christian Köberl is Deputy Head of the Department of Lithosperic Research of the University of Vienna and since end of 2009 Director General of the Natural History Museum Vienna. His research focuses on impact research, geochemistry and cosmochemistry, planetary geology, meteorites: https://lithosphere.univie.ac.at/en/research/impact-research/

Monday, 13 January 2020, 16:00

Prof. Erwin Reisner, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, UK

Solar-driven Reforming of Waste Biomass and Plastics for the Synthesis of Sustainable Fuels and Chemicals

Abstract

Erwin Reisner's independent career started with an EPSRC research fellowship at The University of Manchester, followed by a University Lectureship at the University of Cambridge, where he was appointed as a Professor in 2017. Reisner also coordinates the UK Solar Fuels network, which organises the national activities in artificial photosynthesis: http://www-reisner.ch.cam.ac.uk/erwin.html