Workshops; Exchange; Supramolecular Chemistry; Workshops; Teaching courses; PhD programme; Students and Scientists exchange
Hansen Poul Erik, Kamounah Fadhil S., Zhiryakova Diana, Manolova Yana, Antonov Liudmil (2014), 1,1 ',1 ''-(2,4,6-Trihydroxybenzene-1,3,5-triyl)triethanone tautomerism revisited, in TETRAHEDRON LETTERS
, 55(2), 354-357.
Nedzhib A., Stoykova S., Pantcheva I., Antonov L. (2014), Pd(II) complexes of acetylcholinesterase reactivator obidoxime, in Interdisciplinary Toxicology
, 7, 139-145.
Manolova Yana, Deneva Vera V., Antonov Liudmil, Drakalska Elena, Momekova Denitsa B., Lambov Nikolai Georgiev (2014), The effect of the water on the curcumin tautomerism: A quantitative approach, in Spectrochimica Acta - Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy
, 132, 815-820.
Antonov Liudmil, Deneva Vera, Kurteva Vanya, Nedeltcheva Daniela, Crochet Aurelien, Fromm Katharina M. (2013), Controlled tautomerism – switching caused by an “underground” anionic effect, in RSC Advances
, 3, 25410-25416.
Kurteva Vanya B., Antonov Liudmil M., Nedeltcheva Daniela V., Crochet Aurelien, Fromm Katharina M., Nikolova Rositsa P., Shivachev B. L., Nikiforova M. S. (2012), Switching azonaphthols containing a side chain with limited flexibility. Part 1. Synthesis and tautomeric properties, in Dyes and Pigments
, 92(3), 1266-1277.
Manolova Y., Kurteva V., Antonov L., Marciniak H., Lochbrunner S., Crochet A., Fromm K.M., Kamounah F.S., Hansen P.E., 4-Hydroxy-1-naphthaldehydes: proton transfer or deprotonation, in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Antonov Liudmil, Deneva Vera V., Simeonov Svilen P., Kurteva Vanya B., Crochet Aurélien, Fromm Katharina M., Shivachev Boris Lubomirov, Nikolova Rositsa P., Savarese Marika, Adamo Carlo, Controlled Tautomeric Switching in Azonaphthols Tuned by Substituents on the Phenyl Ring, in ChemPhysChem
Molecular chemistry has, over many years, developed a wide range of very powerful procedures for constructing ever more sophisticated molecules from atoms linked by covalent bonds. Beyond molecular chemistry lies supramolecular chemistry which aims at setting up highly complex chemical systems from components interacting via noncovalent intermolecular forces.Supramolecular chemistry may be defined as 'chemistry beyond the molecule,' bearing on the organized entities of higher complexity that result from the association of two or more chemical species held together by intermolecular forces.By the appropriate manipulation of noncovalent interactions, supramolecular chemistry became the chemistry of molecular information, involving the storage of information at the molecular level, in the structural features, and its retrieval, transfer, processing at the supramolecular level, through molecular recognition processes operating via specific interactional algorithms. A further step consisted of the design of systems undergoing self-organization, i.e., systems capable of spontaneously generating well-defined supramolecular architectures by self-assembly from their components under the control of the molecular information stored in the covalent framework of the components and read out at the supramolecular level through specific interactions. Self-organization processes thus represent the operation of programmed chemical systems leading to the specific generation of well-defined entities.The design of such molecular information-controlled, "programmed," and functional self-organizing systems provides an original approach to nanoscience and nanotechnology, offering a powerful alternative/complement to nanofabrication and to nanomanipulation. All this makes supramolecular chemistry a truly multidisciplinary research subject with great potential for the future technology development. And logically brings need for suitable teaching.In the current Institutional Partnership we unite the efforts of Department of Chemistry (University of Fribourg), Faculty of Chemistry (University of Belgrade) and Institute of Organic Chemistry (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences) in creating of suitable educational background for teaching in supramolecular chemistry in the Balkan area. This geographic area, for long time a synonym of violence and poverty, is now in process of transition, success of which crucially depends on the availability of well-educated and motivated young people. With SupraChem@Balkans.eu we plan to create a solid background in the modern teaching in supramolecular chemistry and to implement the high Swiss educational and research standards. This will be achieved by number of activities:- Teaching activities, which aim to develop new curricula for teaching in supramolecular chemistry and to provide conditions for concentrated advanced training by organizing Summer schools;- Training initiatives, which are directed to increase the capacity of the staff of the partner institutions to do research and education in supramolecular chemistry through personnel exchange and organizing workshops;- Reorganization of the research and renewal of the infrastructure in order to strengthen the training and research capacity of the participating Balkan institutions.Number of important outcomes is expected in respect of the institutional capacity building, but the most substantial benefits are expected for the young people (students and young researchers). This IP provides a unique opportunity to build up an educational profile and research career. We will provide basic (Summer schools) and advanced (Workshops and exchange scheme) teaching by using the complementary expertise (solid state - solution - gas phase; theory - experimental studies) of the partner groups. Through the exchange schemes the trainees will have the opportunity to work in different scientific and cultural environment and to establish new contacts and friendships. Variety of additional skills like management abilities (acquired in the organization of the events), writing proposals, presenting results, etc. will be gained by the young people to support their future education and career.