Ann-Christin presented at the 691st Hereus Seminar on Physical Organic Chemistry04/09/2019
Our NMR data on Polymer Micelles had its first appearance in Public at the 691st Hereus Seminar on Physical Organic Chemistry.
The 691st Hereus Seminar on “Physical Organic Chemistry - Recent developments in instrumentation, structure, theory, and mechanisms” funded by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus-Foundation took place at the Physikzentrum in Bad Honnef, Germany, from 18.-21.02.2019. Prof. Thiele (Darmstadt) and Prof. Schreiner (Gießen), together with the kind help from the Organization Team of the foundation, put together a stimulating seminar bringing together international researchers from diverse areas such as synthesis, catalysis, analytical and theoretical chemistry. As all researchers stayed on site, there was lots of room for engaging discussions and interesting exchange.
In this context, Ann-Christin was speaking for the first time about our data on polymeric micelles encapsulating curcumin and efavirenz, a project that we do in collaboration with the workgroup of Prof. Luxenhofer (Würzburg). The questions and discussion were very valuable and encouraging.