An article of Romano bearing the title “Recent Advances in Solution-phase Multicomponent Methodology for the Synthesis of Heterocyclic Compounds” has been cited 1000 times!
Last December (2018) an interview of Romano was published in the “Pharmaceutisch Weekblad”. This pharmaceutical paper is published weekly by the Royal Dutch Society of Pharmacy. In this interview Romano emphasizes the relevance of multi component […]
We will have 4 speakers this year to present at CHAINS 2018! Matteo, Jurriën, Mark and Eelco will all present the latest developments in their projects/our group.
Read more about CHAINS 2018 here.
A very nice overview of our work will soon be published in Scientia! Scientia is a scientific magazine directed to a more wider public, giving scientists a chance to tell about their findings outside their scientific […]
The 28th edition of the European Colloquium on Heterocyclic Chemistry will be in Lecce (Italy) from the 2nd till the 5th of September 2018. As a plenary speaker, Romano will present our work during […]
This year the 7th International Conference on Multi Component Reactions and Related Chemistry (MCR2018) will be held from August 26th to 31st. This conference will follow up the six previous highly successful conferences that were held in […]
Romano Orru receives ECHO grant for one-pot syntheses of medicines
Professor Romano Orru of the Synthetic & Bio-Organic Chemistry research group (CPS, AIMMS, Faculty of Sciences) has been awarded a ECHO grant of €260.000 by […]
First joint PhD degree Organic Chemistry VU Amsterdam and University of Antwerp
On December 12th 2017 joint PhD student Pieter Mampuys successfully defended his thesis “Multicomponent Chemistry with Thiosulfonate and Isocyanide Building Blocks: Challenges and […]
The second prize of the poster competition at the HRSMC Summer School 2017 went to our master student Barry Oppelaar! Barry impressed the jury during the presentation of his poster entitled “Synthesis of Polycyclic Spiroindolines by Highly Diastereoselective […]
Every four years the Holland Research School of Molecular Chemistry (HRSMC), organizes a tutorial meeting where PhD students are informed and trained by top scientists in the ever important area of Organic Synthesis.
During this […]