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Lecture List of Prof. Dr. Rainer Streubel (national and international)

  1. Liebig-Stipendiaten-Treffen, Rüsselsheim/Deutschland, 19. Oktober 1993: „Synthese und Reaktivität von Metallaheterobutadienen“
  2. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Technischen Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig/Deutschland, 16. Dezember 1993: „Synthese und Reaktivität von Metallaheterobutadienen“
  3. Inorganic Rings International Symposia VII, Banff/Kanada, 11. August 1994: „Synthesis, Structure and Reactions of 2H-Azaphosphirene Derivatives“, Beitrag-O29.
  4. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld/Deutschland, 12. Mai 1995: „Synthese und Reaktivität hochgespannter Phosphor-Heterocyclen - Neuere Entwicklungen auf dem Gebiet kleiner Ringsysteme“
  5. 13th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Jerusalem/Israel, ICPC 18. July 1995: „Recent Results on Synthesis and Ring Cleavage Reactions of 2H-azaphosphirene Derivatives“.
  6. Chemiedozententagung, Hannover/Deutschland, 6. März 1996: „Metallkomplex-kon-trollierte Dreiring-Heterocyclensynthese“, Beitrag-C33.
  7. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Gesamthochschule Wuppertal, Wupper-tal/Deutschland, 8. Juni 1996: „Umcyclisierungen in der Phosphor-Heterocyclenchemie - Neues zum Austausch von Nitrilen gegen Alkine und Phosphaalkine in gespannten Ringsystemen“
  8. 31th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Vancouver/Kanada, 22. August 1996: „Metallaheterobutadienes as Unconventional Precursors for Complexed Three-membered Heterocycles“, Beitrag-8L4.
  9. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern/ Deutschland, 15. Dezember 1996: „Synthese und Reaktionen von 2H-Azaphosphiren-Metallkomplexen“
  10. Inorganic Rings International Symposia VIII, Loughborough/England, 11. August 1997: „Advances in 2H-azaphosphirene Complex Chemistry“, Beitrag-O12.
  11. Inorganic Rings International Symposia VIII, Loughborough/England, 11. August 1997: „Synthesis and Structures of the First 2H-1,3,2-Diazaphosphole Complexes“, Beitrag-O13.
  12. Chemiedozententagung, Essen/Deutschland, März 1998: „Ein neuartiges Nitriliumbetain als Komplexligand“, Beitrag-B7.
  13. Chemiedozententagung, Essen/Deutschland, März 1998: „Ein neuartiges Nitriliumbetain als Komplexligand“, Beitrag-B7.5th International Conference on Heteroatom Chemistry, London/Kanada, 6. Juli 1998: „Coordinated Nitrilium Betaines with Phosphorus“, Beitrag-M-C-17-10.
  14. 14th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Cincinnatti/USA, 15. Juli 1998: „Generation and Reactions of Transient Nitrilium Phosphane-Ylid Complexes“, Beitrag-LW6-6.
  15.  Chemiedozententagung, Oldenburg/Deutschland, 15. März 1999: „Synthese neuartiger Ester-funktionalisierter P-Liganden“, Beitrag-B7.
  16.  5th RSC/GDCh International Conference, Brighton/England, 22. Juli 1999: „Ring-functionalized P-Heterocycle Complexes“.
  17. 37th IUPAC Congress/27th GDCh General Meeting, Berlin/Deutschland, 16. August 1999: „A New Concept for the Synthesis of Ester-functionalized P-Heterocycles“, Beitrag-L10.
  18. 13th FECHEM International Conference, Lissabon/Portugal, 6. September 1999: „Synthesis of Ester-functionalized P-Heterocycles“, Beitrag-O16.
  19. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Göttingen, Göttingen/ Deutschland, 23. November 1999: „Metallassistierte Reaktionen der Phosphorheterocyclenchemie“
  20. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Tübingen, Tübingen/ Deutschland, 9. Dezember 1999: „Neue Isomerisierungs- und Zerfallsprozesse metallorganischer und koordinationschemischer Verbindungen - Vom Verdruß zum Synthesekonzept“
  21. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Erlangen/Deutschland, 31. Januar 2000: „Mono- und polycyclische Phosphorheterocyclen-Komplexe durch Metall-assistierte Reaktionen“
  22. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck/Österreich, 13. März 2000: „Effektive und effiziente Synthesemethoden Übergangsmetall-komplexierter Phosphorheterocyclen“
  23. Chemiedozententagung, Regensburg/Deutschland, 21. März 2000: „Elektronen-transferreaktionen an P-Heterocyclen-Komplexen“, Beitrag-B23.
  24. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Bonn, Bonn/Deutschland, 18. Mai 2000: „Ungesättigte N,P-Heterocyclen als neue Ligandsysteme und biomimetische Zielverbindungen"
  25. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Hannover, Hannover/ Deutschland, 15. Juni 2000: „Ungewöhnliche ungesättigte P-Heterocyclen-Metallkomplexe - Synthese und Strukturen
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  27. Inorganic Rings International Symposia IX, Saarbrücken/Deutschland, 25. Juli 2000: „Novel Selective Ring Expansion Reactions of the 2H-Azaphosphirene Ring System“, Beitrag-O21.

  28. Lecture Tour in the US 2000 (27-36) (Host: Prof. Dr. A. J. Arduengo III:

  29. Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, Atlanta/USA, 3. Oktober 2000: „Rearrangement of Metal Carbene Complexes as Organometallic Approach to Strained Heterocycles and other Curiosities"
  30. Auburn University, Auburn/USA, 5. Oktober 2000: „Rearrangement of Metal Carbene Complexes as Organometallic Approach to Strained Heterocycles and other Curiosities"
  31. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa/USA, 9. Oktober 2000: „Rearrangement of Metal Carbene Complexes as Organometallic Approach to Strained Heterocycles and other Curiosities"
  32. University of Texas, Austin/USA, 12. Oktober 2000: „Rearrangement of Metal Carbene Complexes as Organometallic Approach to Strained Heterocycles and other Curiosities
  33. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Dortmund, Dortmund/ Deutschland, 5. Dezember 2000: „Warum 2H-Azaphosphiren-Komplexchemie? – Ein wissenschaftlicher Spaziergang rund um einen Dreiring
  34. Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination (CNRS), Toulouse/Frankreich, 8. Februar 2001: „Chemistry of Unsaturated Phosphorus Heterocycles: New Developments
  35. Aventis Technology and Research, Frankfurt a. Main/Deutschland, 25. April 2001: „Neue Synthesemethoden der Phosphororganischen Chemie
  36. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin/ Deutschland, 7. Mai 2001: „Nitriliumphosphan-Ylid-Metallkomplexe? – Reaktive Inter-mediate mit Zukunft
  37. 15th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Sendai/Japan, 31. Juli 2001: „Catalytic Reactions in Heterophosphole Chemistry“
  38. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Münster/Deutschland, 21. August 2001: „Reaktive Intermediate der Phosphorchemie – Herausforderung und Chance“ 

  39. Lecture Tour in Canada 2001 (37-41) (Host: Prof. Dr. N. Burford):

  40. University of British Columbia, Vancouver/Kanada, 4. September 2001: „Nitrilium Phosphanylide Complexes? - A quite unusual 1,3-Dipole system“.
  41. University of Alberta, Edmonton/Kanada, 5. September 2001: „Nitrilium Phosphanylide Complexes? - A quite unusual 1,3-Dipole system“.
  42. Dalhousie University, Hallifax/Kanada, 7. September 2001: „Nitrilium Phosphanylide Complexes? - A quite unusual 1,3-Dipole system“.
  43. University of New Brunswick, Fredericton/Kanada, 10. September 2001: „Nitrilium Phosphanylide Complexes? - A quite unusual 1,3-Dipole system“.
  44. University of Windsor, Windsor/Kanada, 14. September 2001: „Nitrilium Phosphanylide Complexes? - A quite unusual 1,3-Dipole system“
  45. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Köln, Köln/Deutschland, 24. Oktober 2001: „Phosphor in ungewöhnlichen Bindungssituationen in reaktiven Intermediaten und stabilen Verbindungen“.
  46. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Amsterdam, Amsterdam/Niederlande, 29. November 2001: „Adducts of Terminal Phosphinidene Complexes – Generation and Perspectives“.
  47. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf/Deutschland, 5. Dezember 2001: „Neuartige Heterophosphole als Ziel und Ausgangspunkt interessanter Entwicklungen“.
  48. Kolloquium im Rahmen des Schwerpunktprogrammes „Molekularer Magnetismus“ (SSP 1137), Eltville/Deutschland, 11./12. Dezember 2001: „Magnetism in Molecular and Supramolecular N,P-Heterophosphole Compounds“.
  49. Anorganisch-Chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Würzburg, Würzburg/ Deutschland, 17. Dezember 2001: „Ungesättigte Heterocyclen mit einem dreifach koordinierten Phosphoratom - Synthesen und mögliche Verwendungen".
  50. Chemiedozententagung, Köln/Deutschland, 11. März 2002: „Komplexe mit neuartigen ungesättigten N,P-Heterocyclen“, Beitrag-B23.

  51. Lecture Tour in France 2002 (48-54) (Host: Prof. Dr. F. Mathey):


  52. Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris, Paris/Frankreich, 5. März 2002: „New Synthetic methods in Organophosphorus Chemistry based on highly reactive intermediates“.
  53. Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau/Frankreich, 6. März 2002: „New Synthetic methods in Organophosphorus Chemistry based on highly reactive intermediates“.
  54. Institut de Chimie, Université de Rennes 1, Rennes/Frankreich, 13. März 2002: „New Synthetic methods in Organophosphorus Chemistry based on highly reactive intermediates“.
  55. Institut de Chimie, Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg/Frankreich, 20. März 2002: „New Synthetic methods in Organophosphorus Chemistry based on highly reactive intermediates“.
  56. Université de Bourgogne, Dijon/Frankreich, 22. März 2002: „New Synthetic methods in Organophosphorus Chemistry based on highly reactive intermediates“.
  57. Ecole de Chimie de Montpellier, Montpellier/Frankreich, 28. März 2002: „New Synthetic methods in Organophosphorus Chemistry based on highly reactive intermediates“.
  58. Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination (CNRS), Toulouse/Frankreich, 29. März 2002: „New Synthetic methods in Organophosphorus Chemistry based on highly reactive intermediates“.
  59. Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universtät Bonn, Bonn/Deutschland, 10. Juni 2002: „Hochreaktiv, aber zähmbar - Phosphinidenkomplexe als Synthesebausteine für neue Heterocyclen“.
  60. Technische Universität Graz, Graz/Österreich, 24. Juni 2002: „Hochreaktiv, aber zähmbar - Phosphinidenkomplexe als Synthesebausteine für neue Heterocyclen“.
  61. XXth International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry, Korfu/Griechenland, 8. Juli 2002: "Investigating ferrocenium salt-catalyzed ligand expansions of 2H-azaphosphirene complexes - A new approach to macromolecular Chemistry?".
  62. XIIIth International Conference on Organosilicon Chemistry, Guanajuato/Mexico, 27. August 2002: "An unusual case of inverse silatropy".
  63. Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination (CNRS), Toulouse/Frankreich, 9. September 2002: "Unusual ligands: Concepts, syntheses and perspectives".
  64. Dipartimento di Chimica Inorganica ed Analytica, Cagliari/Italien, 10. Oktober 2002: "New synthetic concepts in heterocyclic chemistry".
  65. Kolloquium des Instituts für Anorganische Chemie der Universität Bremen, Bremen/Deutschland, 12. Dezember 2002: „Phosphinidenkomplexe als Synthesebausteine für neue Heterocyclen".
  66. Kolloquium des Instituts für Anorganische und Analytischen Chemie der Phillipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg/Deutschland, 16. Dezember 2002: „Lewis-Säure-/Lewis-Base-Addukte von terminalen Phosphinidenkomplexen - Neue hochreaktive Bausteine der Synthesechemie".
  67. Kolloquium des Instituts für Anorganische Chemie der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle/Deutschland, 3. Juni 2003: „Erzeugung und Verwendung hochreaktiver terminaler Phosphinidenkomplexe in der Heterocyclensynthese".
  68. Kolloquium des Instituts für Anorganische und Analytischen Chemie der Technischen Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig/Deutschland, 2. Juli 2003: „Neue Beiträge zur Chemie von Elektronenmangelverbindungen".
  69. Xth International Symposium on Inorganic Ring Systems, Burlington/USA, 19. August 2003: „Syntheses, structures and reactions of novel four-, five- and six-membered unsaturated N,P-heterocycle complexes" .
  70. Anorganisch chemisches Kolloquium der Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart/Deutschland, 10. Februar 2004: „Elektrophile terminale Phosphiniden-Komplex-Lewis-Base Addukte“.

  71. Lecture Tour in the UK 2004 (67-69) (Host: Prof. Dr. D. Woollins):

  72. University of Bristol, Bristol/England, 9. März 2004: “Transition-metal-like chemistry of phosphorus: the case of electrophilic terminal phosphinidene complexes”.
  73. University of St Andrews, St Andrews/Schottland, 10. März 2004: “Transition-metal-like chemistry of phosphorus: the case of electrophilic terminal phosphinidene complexes”.
  74. University of Sussex, Brighton/England, 12. März 2004: “Transition-metal-like chemistry of phosphorus: the case of electrophilic terminal phosphinidene complexes”.
  75. 16th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Birmingham/England, 08. Juli 2004: „C-X bond and C-H activation by electrophilic terminal phosphinidene complexes“, OP-22.
  76. XXIth International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry, Vancouver/Kanada, 26. Juli 2004: „Donor Adducts of Electrophilic Terminal Phosphinidene Complexes: The Quest for C-H and C-X Bond Activation“, B-O5.
  77. 31th Symposium on Heteroatom Chemistry (Japan), Wakayama/Japan, 09. Dezember 2004: „Phosphorus: A Carbon or a Transition-metal Copy“, (plenary lecture, PL-02).

  78. Lecture Tour in Japan 2004 (73-81) (Host: Prof. Dr. M. Yoshifuji):

  79. Kyoto University, Kyoto/Japan, 06. Dezember 2004: Electrophilic terminal phosphinidene complexes: Coordination chemistry of a group 15 element.
  80. Hiroshima University, Hiroshima/Japan, 13. Dezember 2004: Electrophilic terminal phosphinidene complexes: Coordination chemistry of a group 15 element”.
  81. Womens University at Nara, Nara/Japan, 15. Dezember 2004: Phosphorus: A Carbon or a Transition-metal Copy?”.
  82. Mie University, Tsu/Japan, 16. Dezember 2004: “A new concept for the bottom-up synthesis of functional P,N-containing macrocycles using SET-type reaction conditions”.
  83. Tohoku University, Sendai/Japan, 17. Dezember 2004: “Electrophilic terminal phosphinidene complexes: Coordination chemistry of a group 15 element”.
  84. University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba/Japan, 20. Dezember 2004: “Phosphorus: A Carbon or a Transition-metal Copy”.
  85. Japan Womens University, Tokyo/Japan, 21. Dezember 2004: “Electrophilic terminal phosphinidene complexes: Coor-dination chemistry of a group 15 element”.
  86. Waseda University, Tokyo/Japan, 22. Dezember 2004: “Phosphorus: A Carbon or a Transition-metal Copy?”.
  87. University of Tokyo, Tokyo/Japan, 24. Dezember 2004: “A new concept for the bottom-up synthesis of functional P,N-containing macrocycles using SET-type reaction conditions”. 
  88. I.C.M.A.B. (C.S.I.C.), Campus U.A.B., Bellaterra/Spanien, 09. Mai 2005: “Phosphorus chemistry with unusual reactive intermediates”.
  89. Universität von Budapest, Budapest/Ungarn, 18. Mai 2005: „Phosphorus compounds with a transition metal-like chemistry“. 
  90. Universität von Pécs, Pécs/Ungarn, 19. Mai. 2005: „Phosphorus compounds with a transition metal-like chemistry“. 
  91. Universität zu Köln, Köln/Deutschland, 22. Juni 2005: „Aktivierung kleiner Moleküle durch Nichtmetallverbindungen“.
  92. PacifiChem 2005, Honolulu/Hawai/USA, 19. Dezember 2005: „Phosphorus compounds that activate small molecules“(invited lecture).
  93. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 22. März 2006: „New and efficient synthetic methods in phosphorus heterocyclic chemistry“.
  94. University of Alicante, Alicante/Spain, 23. März 2006: „New and efficient synthetic methods in phosphorus heterocyclic chemistry“.
  95. XIth International Symposium on Inorganic Ring Systems, Oulu/Finnland, 31. Juli 2006: „Bond selective ring enlargements of inorganic rings“.
  96. 2nd Core-to-Core Meeting, University of Tokyo, Tokyo/Japan, 27. August 2006: “New syntheses and bond-selective ring-expansions of 2H-azaphosphirene and oxaphosphirane complexes” (plenary lecture).
  97. University of Almería, Almería/Spain, 26. Februar 2007: “Coordination chemistry of a group 15 element: bond activation from a new perspective“.
  98. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 27. Februar 2007: “Coordination chemistry of a group 15 element: bond activation from a new perspective“.
  99. 8th Florida Heterocyclic Conference, Gainesville/Florida/USA, 13. März 2007: “Atom efficient routes to P,N-heterocycles” (keynote lecture).
  100. 17th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Xiamen/China, 19. April 2007: “Recent advances in the chemistry of P,N-heterocycles” (invited lecture).
  101. Contemporary Main Group Chemistry, Eastchem Mini Symposium, St. Andrews/UK, 5. June 2007: “Unusual donor-acceptor complexes of terminal phosphinidene complexes” (keynote lecture).
  102. 4th Heron Island Conference on Reactive Intermediates and Unusual Molecules, Heron Island/Australien, 9. Juli 2007: “Phosphinidenoid complexes: generation and reactions” (invited lecture).
  103. 21h International Conference on Heterocyclic Chemistry, Sydney/Australien, 19. Juli 2007: “Phosphorus Heterocyclic Chemistry: New Structures and Reactions” (invited lecture).
  104. University of Tarragona/Spain, 2. April 2008: “Phosphinidenoid complexes – A recent breakthrough in reactive intermediate chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  105. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 3. April 2008: "Phosphinidenoid complexes – A recent breakthrough in reactive intermediate chemistry”, (invited lecture).

  106. Lecture Tour in the US 2008 (100-104):


  107. University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley/San Francisco/USA, 10. April 2008: “Phosphinidenoid complexes – A recent breakthrough in reactive intermediate chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  108. Texas A&M University, College Station/USA, 14. April 2008: “Phosphinidenoid complexes – A recent breakthrough in reactive intermediate chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  109. Rice University, Houston/USA, 15. April 2008: “Phosphinidenoid complexes – A recent breakthrough in reactive intermediate chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  110. University of California at Riverside, Riverside/Los Angeles/USA, 18. April 2008: “Phosphinidenoid complexes – A recent breakthrough in reactive intermediate chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  111. University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa/USA, 23. April 2008: “Phosphinidenoid complexes – A recent breakthrough in reactive intermediate chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  112. International conference on Chemistry of Phosphorus Compounds, St. Petersburg/Russland, 28. Mai 2008: “Phosphinidenoid complexes: novel useful reactive intermediates”, (invited lecture).
  113. Universität Rostock, Rostock/Deutschland, 19. Juni 2008: “Koordinationsverbindungen von Phosphorverbindungen – aus einer anderen Perspektive”, (invited lecture).
  114. Universität von Murcia, Murcia/Spanien, 11. February 2009: “Stretching the boundaries of phosphinidenoid complexes chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  115. University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa/USA, 17. February 2009: “Stretching the boundaries of phosphinidenoid complexes chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  116. COST ACTION CM0802 “PhoSciNet”, University of Florence, Florence/Italy, 28. March 2009: “WG1: “Chemistry of phosphinidenoid complexes“ and WG4: “Strategies for Phos-phorus-containing polymers derived from three-membered rings“, (invited lecture).
  117. Universität Regensburg, Regensburg/Germany, 15. May 2009: “Stretching the boun-daries of phosphinidenoid complexes chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  118. National Academy of Science of the Ukraine, Kiew/Ukraine, 2. June 2009: “Phosphinidenoid complexes – or what do we know about 1,1,-elimination reactions”, (invited lecture).
  119. Universität Graz, Graz/Austria, 1. July 2009: “Stretching the boundaries of phos-phinidenoid complexes chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  120. Delhi University, New Delhi/India, 10. August 2009: “Designing click-type reactions in phosphorus chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  121. Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi/India, 11. August 2009: “Designing click-type reactions in phosphorus chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  122. Guru Gobin Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi/India, 12. August 2009: “Designing click-type reactions in phosphorus chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  123. Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi/India, 13. August 2009: “Designing click-type reactions in phosphorus chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  124. XIIth International Symposium on Inorganic Ring Systems, Goa/India, 18. August 2009: “Designing a new “click-chemistry” based on strained inorganic rings with N,P or O,P bonds”, (invited lecture).
  125. Universität Leipzig, Deutschland, 4. November 2009: “Phosphinidenoidkomplexe: Mehr als nur Anstoß und Prüfstein für mechanistische Modelle?”, (invited lecture).
  126. Universität Würzburg, Deutschland, 14. December 2009: “Phosphinidenoidkomplexe: Synthese, Struktur und Reaktionen”, (invited lecture).
  127. Technische Universität Braunschweig, Deutschland, 5. Februar 2010: “Phosphini-denoidkomplexe und click-Reaktionen”, (invited lecture).
  128. University of Murcia, Spain, 12. February 2010: “M/X phosphinidenoidkomplexe and click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  129. Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai/India, 1. March 2010: “M/X phosphinidenoid-komplexes and click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  130. Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai/India, 17. March 2010: “M/X phosphinidenoid-komplexes and click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  131. COST action “PhoSciNet”, Budapest/Hungary, 27. March 2010: WG1: M/X phosphinidenoid complexes and WG4: ring expansion of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture). 
  132. University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa/USA, 26. May 2010: “New avenues in oxaphosphirane complex chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  133. 93rd Canadian Chemistry Conference, Toronto/Canada, 1. June 2010: Click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  134. 5th Heron Island Conference on Reactive Intermediates and Unusual Molecules, Heron Island/Australien, 12. July 2010: “Phosphinidenoid complex chemistry: experimental and theoretical results” (invited lecture).
  135. 18th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Xiamen/China, 14. July 2010: “Phosphinidenoid complex chemistry: experimental and theoretical results(invited lecture).
  136. University of Brisbane, Brisbane/Australia, 19. July 2010: Click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  137. University of Melbourne, Melbourne/Australia, 22. July 2010: Click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  138. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 26. July 2010: “Click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  139. International Workshop on Phosphorus Chemistry, Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou/ China, 27. September 2010: Click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  140. PacifiChem 2010, Honolulu/Hawai/USA, 15. December 2010: Click reactions of strained phosphorus heterocycles”, (invited lecture).
  141. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 1. March 2011: “Oxaphosphiranes: 21st century epoxides?”,  (invited lecture).
  142. University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa/USA, 9. March 2011: “Oxaphos-phiranes: 21st century epoxides?”, (invited lecture).
  143. COST action “PhoSciNet”, Münster/Germany, 30. March 2011: WG1: Ring opening and ring expansion of oxaphosphirane complexes”, (invited lecture).
  144. A. E. Arbuzov Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Kazan, Tartastan/Russia, 30. June 2011: "Phosphinidenoid complexes: Recent developments and applications", (invited lecture).
  145. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, München/Germany, 21. July 2011: “Phos-phoranaloge Epoxide”, (invited lecture).
  146. 3rd Asian Conference on Coordination Chemistry, New Delhi/India, 18. October 2011: “New Concepts and Applications using Coordination Chemistry of Unusual Ligands: The Case of Phosphinidenoid and Oxaphosphirane Ligands”, (invited lecture).
  147.  University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 7. March 2012: “What makes a substituent special? A short story on unusual alkyl substituents”, (invited lecture).
  148. COST action “PhoSciNet”, Rennes/France, 21. March 2012: “Oxaphosphiranes with XXL strain”, (invited lecture).
  149. BAYER, Leverkusen/Germany, 27. April 2012: “New concepts and applications using coordination chemistry of unusual ligands - the case of phosphinidenoid and oxaphosphirane ligands”, (invited lecture).
  150. 10th International Conference on Heteroatom Chemistry, Kyoto/Japan, 24. May 2012: Addressing bond selective cleavage in oxaphosphirane complexes”, (invited lecture).
  151. Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf/Germany, 4. June 2012: “Hochreaktive Intermediate: Ärgerliches und Nützliches mit Li/X-Phosphinidenoidkomplexen”, (invited lecture).
  152. 19th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Rotterdam/Netherlands, 7. July 2012: “Addressing bond selective cleavage in oxaphosphirane complexes”, (invited lecture).
  153. 13th International Symposium on Inorganic Ring Systems, Victoria/Canada, July 30, 2012: “Bond selective cleavage in oxaphosphirane complexes”, (invited lecture).
  154. Universitat de les Illes Balears, Palma de Mallorca/Spain, 27. November 2012: “Oxaphosphiranes: strange and strained analogues of epoxides?”, (invited lecture).
  155. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 5. March 2013: “Combining phosphine and NHC ligands: perspectives of a new Janus head system”, (invited lecture).
  156. University of St Andrews, St Andrews/UK, 28. March 2013: “Combining phosphine and NHC ligands: perspectives of a new Janus head system”, (invited lecture).
  157. Universitat de les Illes Balears, Palma de Mallorca/Spain, 26. April 2013: “Combining phosphine and NHC ligands: perspectives of a new Janus head system”, (invited lecture).
  158. 96th Canadian Chemistry Conference, Quebec/Canada, 26.-30. Mai 2013: “Combining phosphine and NHC ligands: perspectives of a new Janus head system”, (invited lecture).
  159. Universität Dortmund, Dortmund/Germany, 25. Juni 2013: “Phosphinidenoid complexes or what we can learn from the diagonal relationship”, (invited lecture, postponed).
  160. Technical University of Graz, Graz/Austria, 14. August 2013: “Phosphinidenoid complexes: Filling the gap or opening new avenues for P1 building blocks?”, (invited lecture).
  161. University of British Columbia, Vancouver/Canada, 4. September 2013: “Phosphinidenoid complexes: Filling the gap or opening new avenues for P1 building blocks?”, (invited lecture).
  162. University of Victoria, Victoria/Canada, 5. September 2013: “Phosphinidenoid complexes: Filling the gap or opening new avenues for P1 building blocks?”, (invited lecture).
  163. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 4. March 2014: “New adventures in phosphinidenoid complex chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  164. European Network Meeting on Smart Inorganic Polymers (SIPs, CM1302), Sofia/Bulgaria, 27. March 2014: Strained O-containing phosphorus heterocycles as new functional building blocks in polymer chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  165. 20th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Dublin/Ireland, 29. June 2014: Li/X Phosphinidenoid Complexes: A Powerful Tool in Phospha-organic Synthesis”, (invited lecture).
  166. 41th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Singapore, 24. July 2014: “Coordination vs Covalent Bonding of Low-Coordinate Phosphorus – But where to Draw the Line?”, (invited lecture).
  167. EurSIPs conference (cm 1302), Maribor/Slovenia, 23. September 2014: “Polymers from functional heterocyclic thiones”, (invited lecture).
  168. Universitat de les Illes Balears, Palma de Mallorca/Spain, 3. October 2014: ”Phosphanyl and phosphanoxyl complexes”, (invited lecture).
  169. BASF, Basel/Switzerland, 17. February 2015: “Phosphinidenoid Complexes: New Powerful P1 Building Blocks”, (invited lecture).
  170. University of Almeria, Almeria/Spain, 9. March 2015: “Phosphinidenoid Complexes:  New Powerful P1 Building Blocks”, (invited lecture).
  171. 10th Organoelement Chemistry Seminar, University of Kyoto, Kyoto/Japan, 8. June 2015: “Phosphinidenoid And Terminal Phosphinidene Complexes. First Comparison Of A Complementary Couple”, (plenary lecture).
  172. 11th International Conference on Heteroatom Chemistry, Caens/France, 16. June 2015:  “Phosphinidenoid Complexes: Powerful building blocks in O,P,C-heterocyclic chemistry” (keynote lecture).
  173. 14th International Symposium on Inorganic Rings Systems, Regensburg/Germany, 28. July 2015: “Super-strained inorganic ligands: substrate-dependent reactivity”, (invited lecture).
  174. PacifiChem 2015, Honolulu/Hawai/USA, 19. December 2015: “Superstrained three-membered P-ligands: synthesis and insights into substrate dependent reactivity”, (invited lecture).
  175. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 2. March 2016: “Chemistry of P-modified electron-rich hetarenes”, (invited lecture).

  176. Lecture Tour Japan 2016 (169-174)(Host: Prof. Dr. N. Tokitoh):

  177. Saitama University, Tokyo/Japan, 15. March 2016: “Terminal Phosphinidene and Phosphinidenoid Complexes: Differences, Similarities and new Opportunities”, (invited lecture).
  178. Chuo University, Tokyo/Japan, 16. March 2016: “Terminal Phosphinidene and Phosphinidenoid Complexes: Differences, Similarities and new Opportunities”, (invited lecture).
  179. Tohoku University, Sendai/Japan, 18. March 2016: “Chemistry of P-functional Imidazole Derivatives and Related Heterocycles, (invited lecture).
  180. Fukuoka University, Hakata/Japan, 22. March 2016“Terminal Phosphinidene and Phosphinidenoid Complexes: Differences, Similarities and new Opportunities”, (invited lecture)
  181. 96th CSJ Annual Meeting at Kyoto University, Kyoto/Japan, 25. March 2016: “Phosphi-nidenoid and Terminal Phosphinidene Complexes”, (invited special lecture).
  182. Hiroshima University, Hiroshima/Japan, 1. April 2016: “Reviewing the Chemistry of Phosphinidenoid Complexes”, (invited lecture).
  183. SFB 813 Workshop Bonn/St Andrews, University of St Andrews, St Andrews/UK, 14. April 2016: “Transition-metal complexes with redox-active phosphorus ligands”, (invited lecture).
  184. 99th CSC Annual Meeting, Halifax/Canada, 7. June 2016:“Phosphinidene and Phos-phinidenoid Complexes – Friends or Foes?”, (invited lecture).
  185. 23rd IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry, Sydney/Australia, 5. July 2016: “3-Imino-azaphosphiridine complexes: strained rings, 1,3-dipoles, reactive intermediates and unusual non-metal isonitrile adducts”,  (invited lecture).
  186. 7thHeron Island Conference, Heron/Australia, 12. July 2016: “Terminal phosphinidene complexes – their chemistry in between P-adducts, oxidative addition and phosphine-denoids”, (invited lecture).
  187. Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart/Germany, 17. January 2017: „Metal complexes of unusual closed and open-shell P-ligands”, (invited lecture).
  188. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, 15. March 2017: „Transition metal complexes with highly reactive, closed- and open-shell P-ligands”, (invited lecture).
  189. European Network Meeting on Smart Inorganic Polymers (SIPs, CM1302), Cluji/Rumania, 22. March 2017: „New polymer precursors: Synthesis and reactions of 1,2- and 1,3-diol-type P-ligands”, (invited lecture).
  190. 100th CSC Annual Meeting, Toronto/Canada, 29. May 2017: „Metal complexes of unusual closed and open-shell P-ligands”, (invited lecture).

  191. Lecture Tour in Canada 2017 (183-185):

  192. University of Windsor, Windsor/Canada, 02. June 2017: „Metal complexes of unusual closed and open-shell P-ligands”, (invited lecture).
  193. University of Calgary, Calgary/Canada, 05. June 2017: „Metal complexes of unusual closed and open-shell P-ligands”, (invited lecture).
  194. University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge/Canada, 08. June 2017: „Metal complexes of unusual closed and open-shell P-ligands”, (invited lecture). 
  195. 12th International Conference on Heteroatom Chemistry, Vancouver/Canada, 14. June 2017: “Oxaphosphirane complexes: learning from epoxide chemistry”, (invited lecture).
  196. Universität Münster, Münster/Germany, 20. July 2017: „Phosphor in ungewöhnlichen Bindungssituationen: Herausforderung und Chance“, (invited lecture).
  197. 4th EurSIPs Conference, University of Zagreb/Croatia, 01. March 2018: A novel approach in P-containing Polymer Chemistry using tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines“, (invi-ted lecture).
  198. University of Murcia/Spain, 08. March 2018: „Chemical fun with tricyclic 1,4-diphos-phinines“, (invited lecture).
  199. University of the Saarland/Germany, 06. June 2018: „Chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphos-phinines“, (invited lecture).
  200. University of Saarland, Saarbrücken/Germany, 6. Juni 2018: „Chemistry of 1,4-diphos-phinines“, (invited lecture).
  201. Lecture Tour in Japan 2018 (192-194):
  202. Gifu University, Gifu/Japan, 19. June 2018: “1,2-Oxaphosphetane Complexes: Synthesis, Reactions and Perspectives”, (invited lecture).
  203. Nagoya University, Nagoya/Japan, 21. June 2018: „1,2-Oxaphosphetane Complexes: Synthesis, Reactions and Perspectives”, (invited lecture).
  204. Osaka City University, Osaka/Japan, 29. June 2018: „1,2-Oxaphosphetane Complexes: Synthesis, Reactions and Perspectives”, (invited lecture).
  205. 15th International Symposium on Inorganic Ring Systems, Kyoto/Japan, June 24th – 29th2018: „1,2-Oxaphosphetane Complexes: Synthesis, Reactions and Perspectives”, (key-note lecture).
  206. 22nd International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry, Budapest/Hungary, July 8th – 13th2018: „Metal complexes with highly reactive open-shell P-ligands”, (keynote lecture).
  207. 28th International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry, Florence/Italy, July 15th – 20th2018: „Metal complexes with highly reactive open-shell P-ligands”, (invited lecture).

  208. Lecture Tour in India 2019 (199-201):

  209. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi/India, 11. February 2019: „1,4-Diphosphinines and bis-NHCs“,  (invited lecture).
  210. Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lungowal/Punjab/India, 12. February 2019: „1,4-Diphosphinines and bis-NHCs“, (invited lecture).
  211. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali, Chandigarh/India, 14. February 2019: „Transition metal complexes with highly reactive, closed- and open-shell P-ligands”, (invited lecture). 
  212. University of Murcia/Spain, 07. March 2019: „1,4-Diphosphinines and bis-NHCs“, (invited lecture).
  213. 13th International Conference on Heteroatom Chemistry, Prague Czechia, 1. July 2019: “Chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-heterocyclic carbenes)”, (invited lecture).
  214. University of Vermont, Burlingtion/USA, 19. August 2019: "Chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-htereocyclic carbenes)", (invited lecture).
  215. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland/USA, 23. August 2019: "Chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-htereocyclic carbenes)", (invited lecture).
  216. University of British Columbia, Vancouver/Canada, 4. September 2019: "Chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-htereocyclic carbenes)", (invited lecture).
  217. University of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan, 26. November 2019: "Chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-htereocyclic carbenes)", (invited lecture).
  218. University of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan, 28. November 2019: "Chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-htereocyclic carbenes)", (invited lecture).

  219. Planned:

  220. University of Murcia, Murcia/Spain, March 2020: "1,4-Diphosphinines and bis-NHCs", (invited lecture).

  221. Lecture Tour in India 2020 (209-211):

  222. Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur/India, March 2020: “Advances in the chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-heterocyclic carbenes), (invited lecture).
  223.  Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Pune, Pune/India, March 2020: “Advances in the chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-heterocyclic carbenes), (invited lecture).
  224.  Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai, Mumbai/India, March 2020: “Advances in the chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-heterocyclic carbenes), (invited lecture).
  225. Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest/Hungary, 16. April 2020: "Chemistry of tricyclic 1,4-diphosphinines and bis(N-htereocyclic carbenes)", (invited lecture).
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