Here are some interesting lectures and presentations.
Frontiers Award Lecture 2013
The MPI CEC has honored Prof. Gabriele Centi, University of Messina, Italy, with the „Frontiers Chemical Energy Science Award 2013“. The Award was handed over in a solemn ceremony on January 8th 2014. Download Frontiers Award Lecture
166th 'Unternehmertreff' at the network ZENIT e.V.
On November 4th 2013 Prof. Schlögl gave a lecture on the topic "Wunsch und Wirklichkeit der Engergiewende" ("dream and reality of the energy revolution"). Download Lecture "Wunsch und Wirklichkeit der Energiewende" (german only)
4th European Conference on Molecular Magnetism
The slides of Prof. Dr. Neese's presentation on the 4th European Conference on Molecular Magnetism in Karlsruhe from October 6-10 2013 can be downloaded from the following link: Presentation ECCM
Here are some interesting filmlets of lectures and other appearances of our scientists.
Robert Schlögl Innovation Award NRW.
Watch the video clip about Robert Schlögl and his work, which was produced for the Innovation Award ceremony in 2016.
Spectroscopy and Quantum Chemistry
The lecture of Prof. Neese about: "Combination of High-Level Spectroscopy and Quantum Chemistry: A Strong Partnership in (Bio)chemistry and Material Sciences" can be downloaded here.
Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting – Opening Ceremony
Vera Krewald, Katharina Weber and Prof. Dr. Lubitz are main characters in the film about the Opening Ceremony of the 2013 Chemistry Meeting in Lindau. You can watch the film here.
Opening lecture at the Summer School "Computational Chemistry and Spectroscopy"
Prof. Frank Neese opened the first day of the summer school "Computational Chemistry and Spectroscopy" of the University of Bonn with a lecture for young academics on 'Introduction to Quantum Chemical Methods'. You can watch a film of this lecture here.
ORCA demonstration video
The Cummins group from MIT has produced a very nice video, in which the quantum chemistry program ORCA is used to optimize the structure of the water molecule. A simple two-line input file is written using the vi text editor, and then ORCA is executed to optimize the structure. The operating system is the fast and free Puppy Linux operating system. Check out the video on the ccclabmit youtube channel here.