April 2019: We would like to welcome Philipp for his bachelor thesis to our team!
April 2019: Our most recent work on the catalytic transformation of aldehydes into 1,1-dichlorides is now available at Synthesis.
March 2019: Our most recent Org. Lett. publication was highlighted on the Organic Chemistry Portal. This webpage of Reto Müller contains a broad collection of highly useful informations for organic chemist. Different up-to-date methods are compiled sorted by function group transformations.
January 2019: Congratulation to Tanja on successfully defending her PhD thesis! She is the first PhD student to graduate from the group.
October 2018: The novel program for the organic chemistry talk series at Saarland University is now ready!
July 2018: Eur. J. Org. Chem. accepted our novel manuscript about sulfoxides as Lewis base catalysts for the dehydroxychlorination of alcohols. The full paper can be found under accepted articles.
May 2018: An updated program for the organic chemistry talk series at Saarland University is now available.
May 2018: Tanja´s paper on cyclopropenone catalyzed halogenations of alcohols has been accepted by Org. Lett. and is now published under ASAP. Congratulations Tanja!
May 2018: We welcome Ben as our newest member in the team. Good luck with your master thesis!
April 2018: Our novel publication in Chem. Eur. J. was selected as hot paper and we were allowed to submit a graphic for the inside cover.
April 2018: A warm welcome to Marc, whom recently started his master thesis in our group.
April 2018: The new program for the organic chemistry talks (OC-Colloquium) at Saarland University is now available!
March 2018: Our new manuscript on cyanuric chloride mediated catalytic nucleophilic substitutions of alcohols has been accepted at Chem. Eur. J. and is now available online under Early View.
May 2017: We kindly welcome Christelle for her bachelor thesis in the team.
May 2017: We just moved to our new lab 1.01 in the first floor of the Institute of Organic Chemistry with brand-new equipment!