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Prof. Rainer Streubel

University of Bonn, Germany


Title of presentation: “The Versatile Chemistry of Li/X Phosphinidenoid Complexes”

Prof. Igor O. Koshevoy

Eastern University of Finland, Finland


Title of presentation: “From phosphine luminescent complexes to metal-free organophosphorus dyes (and back)”

Keynote Speakers:

Oral presentations:

Antonio Romerosa Nievas

Universidad de Almería

Title of presentation: “The role of water in homogeneous catalytic processes mediated by water soluble ruthenium complexes”

Javier Vicario

Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU

Title of presentation: “Multicomponent synthesis of phosphorated gamma-lactam derivatives and some synthetic applications”

Arnald Grabulosa

Universitat de Barcelona

Title of presentation: “Piano-Stool Arene Complexes with Pyrenylphosphanes Showing Cytotoxic Activity”

Jesus Campos

CSIC-Universidad de Sevilla

Title of presentation: “Bulky phosphines in bimetallic systems”

José Miguel Sansano Gil

Universidad de Alicante

Title of presentation: “Phosphine Catalyzed Michael-Type Additions: Synthesis of Glutamic Acid derivatives from arylidene-α-amino esters”

Jose Luis Vicario

Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU

Title of presentation: “BINOL-based phosphates as catalysts for the enantioselective synthesis of cyclic scaffolds”

Juan Cámpora

CSIC-Universidad de Sevilla

Title of presentation: “Organonickel chemistry with tautomerizable iminophosphine ligands: latest developments”

Fernando López Ortiz

Universidad de Almería

Title of presentation: “Phosphinamidic gold(III) metallocycles: synthesis, catalysis and antimicrobial activity against drug-resistant bacteria”

Laura Rodríguez Raurell

Universidad de Barcelona

Title of presentation: “Efficient room temperature phosphorescence on gold(I) phosphane complexes”

M. Carmen Nicasio

Universidad de Sevilla

Title of presentation: “Synthesis of aryl sulfides using Ni complexes supported by terphenyl  phosphanes”

Joaquín García Alvarez

Universidad de Oviedo

Title of presentation: “Iminophosphoranes (R3P=NR´): versatile ligands for homogeneous catalysis in green solvents”

Prof. John D. Protasiewicz

Case Western Reserve University, US


Title of presentation: “Shining New Light on

Luminescent Low-Coordinate Organophosphorus


Arturo Espinosa Ferao

Universidad de Murcia

Title of presentation: “Accurate versus additive estimation of ring strain energies in saturated three-membered inorganic rings”

Montse Diéguez

Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Title of presentation: “Tailor-made P-containing catalysts libraries for asymmetric catalysis”

Felipe García

Universidad de Oviedo

Title of presentation: “Phosphazanes 2.0: New Strategies for Stability and Complexity Towards Molecular Functionality”

Flash presentations:

1 - Miquel Navarro: “Bulky Tri-(ortho-biaryl)phosphine Ligands for Au(I)-Catalyzed Hydroamiantion of Ethylene”

2 - Yaiza Martínez: “Rhodium Complexes of Methylene-Bridged P-Stereogenic Diphosphanes”

3 - Andrea Monti: “Terphenyl phosphane-based Pd precatalyst for efficient C-N coupling of aryl sulfamates with N-nucleophiles”

4 - Guillermo Romo: “Luminescent Pt(II) tweezers bearing diphosphine ligands. Effects on aggregation and 1O2 production”

5 - Pol de la Cruz-Sánchez: “Readily available Ir/P-S catalysts for the reduction fo synthetically relevant olefins”

6 - Pablo Fuentes Soriano: “Phosphaphenalene gold (I) complexes as versatile tool against brain cancer”

7 - Marina Ramos Martin: “Selective and efficient synthesis of C-P and C-X bonds using hybrid one-pot tandem protocols in sustainable solvents”

8 - Adrián López: “Ugi reaction for the synthesis of tetrasubstituted alpha-aminophosphonates and their applications as antiproliferative agents”

9 - Jorge Melones Herrero: “Trans-Platinum(II) complexes with phosphorus-donor ligands as active drugs versus Gastric Cancer”

Ana María Geer Ramos

Universidad de Zaragoza

Title of presentation: “Rhodium Complexes for P-C Bond Formation”

Felix Rodríguez Iglesias

Universidad de Oviedo

Title of presentation: “Insights into the Mode of Action of Chiral Phosphoric Acid Catalysts: The Importance of Non-Covalent Interactions”