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Saturday, 5 December 2015

Changming Qin

Changming Qin was born in Shandong, China, in 1982. He did his undergraduate work at Ludong University on preparation polymer nanocomposites under the guidance of Prof. Yucai Hu. He obtained his Masters degree in organic chemistry in 2008 at Wenzhou University under the supervision of Prof. Huayue Wu while working on palladium-catalyzed transformations of aryl boronic acids. After graduation, he went to the University of Hong Kong to work with Prof. Chi-Ming Che in 2008-2009, and then joined Prof. Huw Davies' group at Emory University in 2010. His current research is focused on design and synthesis of chiral dirhodium catalysts and their application in novel asymmetric carbenoid transformations.

Edward Emmett

Edward Emmett is originally from London and received his MChem from the University of Oxford in 2010. He joined Prof. Michael Willis's research group as an undergraduate student and remained to study for his DPhil in Organic Chemistry. His research focuses on the development of amine-sulfur dioxide complexes as SO2 surrogates in both catalytic and non-catalytic methodologies.

Michael Willis

 Michael Willis received his undergraduate education at Imperial College London, and his PhD from the University of Cambridge working with Prof. Steven V. Ley. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. David A. Evans at Harvard University, as a NATO/Royal Society Research Fellow, he was appointed to a lectureship at the University of Bath in November 1997. In January 2007 he moved to the University of Oxford, where he is now a Professor of Chemistry and a Fellow of Lincoln College. His group's research interests are based on the development and application of new catalytic processes for organic synthesis.