The Supramolecular Chemistry course is designed for PhD students working in the field of supramolecular chemistry in The Netherlands. This course was initiated more than 20 years with the objective to train PhD students in the theory, analytical techniques, and practice of supramolecular chemistry. It consists of 3 sessions of 2 days that take place in three different universities. This year venues are: University of Groningen, University of Twente, and Nijmegen University. The number of participants is limited to 100-125.
The registration for this course is free of charge. The programs will start around 10.30h and will end around 16.00 the next day.
Dates, venues, lecturers and programs
- 25– 26 April University of Groningen
Lecturers: Tibor Kudernac, Sijbren Otto, Wesley Browne, Marc Stuart, Ben Feringa, Micheal Lerch, Clemens Mayer
- 24– 25 May University of Twente
Lecturers: Christian Nijhuis (Intelligent molecules to improve electronic devices), Saskia Lindhoud (Separation by complexation), Jos Paulusse (Polymers
and nanoparticles in controlled drug delivery and targeted imaging), Jeroen Cornelissen (diner lecture), Pascal Jonkheim (Biomedical application of
supramolecular systems), Julieta Paez (Hydrogels based on supramolecular and covalent dynamic chemistries for biomedical applications), Jurriaan
Huskens (Multivalent interactions: from fundamentals to biosensing applications), reserve: Albert Wong (Rational design of enzymatic reaction networks)
- 22 – 23 June Radboud University Nijmegen
Lecturers: Wilhelm Huck (Chemical reaction networks), Evan Spruijt (Coacervates, phase separation), Willem Velema (RNA chemistry, riboswitches)
Daniela Wilson (Self-assembly, nanomotors), Hans Elemans (Supramolecular chemistry), Bert Meijer (Out-of-equilibrium systems; to be or not to be, that’s the question), Anja Palmans (Single chain polymeric nanoparticles), reserve: Peter Korevaar (self-organization)
Registration is open here: https://forms.gle/WgnCLaHH3cGZUKh9A
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to 100-125 participants. Registration will close on 8th of April.
Attendance is mandatory for all three sessions to obtain a certificate.
Important: registration to this course is free of charge. However, catering arrangements and lecture room reservations are done (and paid), based on the number of registrations. No-shows are not appreciated, please make sure you attend all sessions you registered for. If cancellations need to be made, please let the organizers know not later than 1 week before the session. No justified no-shows will be notified to your supervisor.
Travel and accommodation
Hotel accommodation University of Groningen: we suggest the following hotels for your stay, Best Western Hotel Centre, Best Western Hotel Plaza, Bud Gett Hostel, City Hotel, Martini Hotel, NH Hotel Groningen, Schimmelpenninck Huys, Hoogkerk, Van der Valk Hotel, Groningen Fletcher Hotel
Hotel accommodation University of Twente: A block reservation (until 8 April) is made for the participants of the course at the U Parkhotel, De Veldmaat 8, 7522 NH Enschede. Please contact the hotel directly via email@example.com and refer to this block reservation (Reference code: FMS 2022) for 1 night (24 to 25 May) as participant of the FMS Supramolecular course in Twente)
Hotel accommodation Radboud University Nijmegen: you can make a choice between the following hotels; Hotel Oranjestaete, Hotel de Prince, BLUE Nijmegen, Hotel Mercure and Hotel Courage.
Travelling and accommodation should be arranged and paid by the participants themselves. Accommodation and travel information will be updated
Prof. Tibor Kudernac (University of Groningen)
Dr. Albert Wong (University of Twente)
Dr. Peter Korevaar (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Dr. Ghislaine Vantomme (scientific manager FMS Research Center)