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Aziridination Synthesis Essay

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  • Biography

    Leonardo Degennaro was born in Bitonto (Bari), Italy, in 1972 and is Assistant Professor at the University of Bari (Bari, Italy). He obtained his M.S. in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology at the University of Bari in 1999. In 2003, he got his Ph.D. in Chemical Applied and Enzymatic Synthesis (supervised by Prof. S. Florio). In 2002, he was Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Organische en Moleculair Anorganische Chemie, University of Groningen (Groningen, Netherlands), under the supervision of Prof. B. L. Feringa. In 2006, he was appointed Assistant Professor in Organic Chemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy. In 2011, he was Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Synthetic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University (Kyoto, Japan), working in the group of Prof. J.-i. Yoshida. His research activity is aimed at developing new stereocontrolled synthesis mediated by organometallic reagents, the chemistry of three- and four-membered heterocycles, the NMR study of reactive intermediates, and the study of dynamic phenomena at the molecular level. Recently, new investigations have been undertaken by using microstructured devices for the development of sustainable chemical processes.

    Biography

    Piera Trinchera was born and grew up in Brindisi, Italy. She received her Master’s degree in Biotechnological Sciences at the University of Salento (Lecce, Italy) in 2009. In 2012, she got her Ph.D. in Applied Chemical and Enzymatic Synthesis at the University of Bari (Bari, Italy) under the supervision of Prof. R. Luisi, focusing on the chemistry of nitrogen-containing heterocycles and organoboron compounds. She has been Visiting Scholar at the University of Toronto (Toronto, Canada) working in the group of Prof. A. Yudin. In 2013, she got a position as a post-doc at the University of Toronto in the group of Prof. A. Yudin.

    Biography

    Renzo Luisi was born in 1971 and is Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Bari “A. Moro” (Bari, Italy). He graduated summa cum laude in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology at the University of Bari (Bari, Italy) in 1996. In 2000, he obtained his Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences (supervised by Prof. S. Florio), and in 2001, was hired as Assistant Professor at the University of Bari. Four years later, in 2005, was appointed Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at the same university. He has been Visiting Scholar at the University of Illinois (Urbana–Champaign, IL), working in the group of Prof. P. Beak, and visiting Professor at the University of Manchester (Manchester, UK), Brown University (Providence, RI), and the University of North Carolina (Charlotte, NC). His main research interests rely on organometallic chemistry (mainly lithium and boron chemistry), synthesis and reactivity of small heterocyles, asymmetric synthesis, and dynamic NMR spectroscopy. In 2010, he was awarded with a special funding program for young scientists from the Italian Ministry of Education and Research to start research in the field of sustainable chemistry and microreactor technology. His research activity has been highlighted in more than 75 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, book chapters, reviews, and several international collaborations.

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