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SUMMER SCHOOL ON GREEN CHEMISTRY 1999



TEACHERS and related subject

Angelo Albini - Italy - Università di Pavia
"Photoinitiated synthesis: a useful perspective in green chemistry" Paul T. Anastas – U.S.A. – Environmental Protection Agency
"Green chemistry"

Peter Eder - Spain - Joint Research Center of the European Commission DG XII
"Expert opinion on technologies for the sustainable production of substances and materials"

Karl-Heinz Funken - Germany - Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft und Raumfahrt
"Technical utilization of solar radiation for photochemical and photocatalytic syntheses"

Walter Leitner - Germany - Max Planck Institut fuer Kohlenforschung
"Supercritical CO2 as a reaction medium for chemical synthesis"

Wolfgang F. Hölderich - Germany - RWTH Aachen
"Environmentally benign processes catalyzed by heterogeneous catalysts"

Istvan T. Horvath - Hungary - Eotvos Lorand University
"Fluorous biphase chemistry and aqueous biphase catalysis"

Mieczislav Makosza - Poland - Polish Academy of Sciences
"Phase transfer catalysis"

Guy J. Martens - Belgium - Solvay
"Sustainable chemistry, a further opportunity for university-industry collaborations"

Kenneth Seddon- U. K. - Queen's University of Belfast
"Ionic liquids as alternative reaction media"

Roger A. Sheldon - Netherlands - Delft University
"Atom efficiency and catalysis for clean organic synthesis"

Pietro Tundo – Italy – Ca' Foscari University, Venice
"Dimethylcarbonate: a green reagent"

Ferruccio Trifirò – Italy – University of Bologna
"Heterogeneous Catalysis for Clean Technologies"

Awarded Posters

Sabrina Di Giuseppe
Domino Reactions for the Synthesis of Polysubstituted Furans

Giancarlo Franciò
NMR Investigations in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide

R. Scott Oakes
Diastereoselective Oxidation in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Media

updated: October 08 2013 09:37:06.