Register now for the Dalton New Talent: Americas Desktop Seminar

We are delighted to announce our next Desktop Seminar in our New Talent series! Dalton Transactions is providing an opportunity for emerging investigators to present, discuss and showcase their inorganic chemistry research based on our popular New Talent series of themed issues.

The next desktop seminar is based on our 2020 themed issue, New Talent: Americas – attendance is free and registration is now open.

The seminar will be held on December 2, 2021 and will be chaired by Dalton Transactions Associate Editor, Professor Christine Thomas. The talks will cover a wide spectrum of topics within inorganic chemistry, including organometallic chemistry, main group chemistry and inorganic materials.

 

Speakers: 

 

Professor Cynthia L M Pereira

Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

Talk Title: Mononuclear lanthanide(III) complexes containing oxamate ligands: synthesis, photophysical and magnetic properties

To find out more about Professor Pereira’s work, check out her article in the New Talent: Americas themed issue on Mononuclear lanthanide(III)-oxamate complexes as new photoluminescent field-induced single-molecule magnets: solid-state photophysical and magnetic properties

 

Graphical abstract: Mononuclear lanthanide(iii)-oxamate complexes as new photoluminescent field-induced single-molecule magnets: solid-state photophysical and magnetic properties
 
Professor David Herbert

University of Manitoba, Canada

Talk Title: Exploiting Ligand C=N Units in Molecular Materials Chemistry

To find out more about Professor Herbert’s work, check out his article in the New Talent: Americas themed issue on Zn-Templated synthesis of substituted (2,6-diimine)pyridine proligands and evaluation of their iron complexes as anolytes for flow battery applications

 

Graphical abstract: Zn-Templated synthesis of substituted (2,6-diimine)pyridine proligands and evaluation of their iron complexes as anolytes for flow battery applications
 
Professor Rebekka Klausen

Johns Hopkins University, USA

Talk Title: Fragments of crystalline silicon via target-oriented synthesis

To find out more about Professor Klausen’s work, check out her article in the New Talent: Americas themed issue on: Reductive halocyclosilazane polymerization  

 

Register now to attend these exciting talks!

 

Future desktop seminars will include more speakers from our 2020 themed issue, New Talent: Americas, as well as our other recent New Talent issues so watch this space for more details or sign up to our newsletter!  

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