CONFERENCE ATTENDANCES

[52] LatinXChem Chemistry Twitter Poster Conference. Virtual Conference, 2020.

Poster Session: The Fate of Cyanoborylene: Cyclotetramerization versus Diborene Formation from DFT and CASSCF/NEVPT2 Calculations - And Other Tales

[51] Annual Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Virtual Conference, 2020.

[50] Study Tour Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Germany, 2019.

[49] Annual Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Berlin, Germany, 2019.

[48] Awards Ceremony for the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship. Berlin, Germany, 2019.

[47] Networking Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Leipzig, Germany, 2019.

Poster Session: Electronic Structure and Bonding of Boron-Containing Molecules Stabilized by Aminocarbene Ligands

[46]  Astrochemistry: Past, Present and Future. California Institute of Technology, CALTECH. Pasadena CA, USA, 2018.

Poster Session: Insights into the Photostability of Super-Hydrogenated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons

[45]  73rd Northwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, NORM. Richland WA, USA, 2018.

Oral Presentation: Tailoring Low-Valent Dinuclear Niobium Complexes with Pendant Amines as Molecular Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Oxidation.

[44]  19th Brazilian Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry – SBQT. Águas de Lindóia, Brazil, 2017.

Poster Session: Moving Protons with Pendant Amines in Niobium-Based Electrocatalysts

[43]  Llama Science Workshop II. Instituto de Astronomia, Geociências e Ciências Atmosféricas da Universidade de São Paulo (IAG-USP). São Paulo, Brazil, 2017.

[42]  The Chemical Bonds at the 21st Century. Aachen, Germany, 2017.
Poster Session: Nature of the Chemical Bond from a Quantum Mechanical Interference Perspective

[41]  11th Triennial Congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists - WATOC. Munich, Germany, 2017.
Poster Session: Carbon-Chlorine Multiple Bonding in Doubly and Triply Charged Chlorobenzene

[40]  49th Conference of the European Group on Atomic Systems - EGAS. Durham, United Kingdom, 2017

Poster Session: Structure and Relative Stabilities of Chlorobenzene Dications and Trications Produced by Electron, Proton and Photon Impact
 

[39]  IAUS 332: Astrochemistry VII – Through the Cosmos from Galaxies to Planets. Puerto Varas, Chile, 2017.
Poster Session: Organic Molecular Ions of Astrophysical Interest: a Quantum Chemical Study.

[38]  42th Congress of Theoretical Chemists of Latin Expression – QUITEL. Montevideo, Uruguay, 2016.
Oral Presentation: Diboryne Nanostructures Stabilized by N-Heterocyclic Carbenes.

 

[37]  13th Workshop on Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy – WFME. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2016.
Oral Presentation: Molecular Dications in Astrophysical Environments: Fiction or Reality?

[36]  18th Brazilian Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry – SBQT. Pirenópolis, Brazil, 2015.
Poster Session: Revisiting Cyclobutadiene: Insights from Valence Bond Theory under the Quantum Interference Perspective.

 

[35]  5th Latin American Symposium on Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry – SILQCOM. Angra dos Reis, Brazil, 2015.
Poster Session: Diboryne Polymers Stabilized by Multitopic Ligands: Design and Applications.

 

[34]  Third Latin American School of Computational and Theoretical Chemistry. Programme Régional France - Amérique Latine - Caribe – PREFALC. Bogotá, Colombia, 2015.
Poster Session: Revisiting Cyclobutadiene: Insights from Valence Bond Theory under the Quantum Interference Effect.

[33]  40th Congress of Theoretical Chemists of Latin Expression - QUITEL. San Cristóbal, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, 2014.
Poster Session: A Novel Class of Polymers Containing Boron-Boron Triple Bonds (Award Winner).

 

[32]  8th Meeting on Photodynamics. Oaxaca, Mexico, 2014.
Poster Session: Structure and stability of C7Hn molecular dications generated by X-rays photoionization of toluene.

 

[31]  Workshop on Spectroscopic Characterization of Biological Materials Using Ion Beams, Electrons and Synchrotron Radiation - SpecBio. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2014.

[30]  10th Triennial Congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists - WATOC
Santiago, Chile, 2014.
Poster Session: Polar Chemical Bonds: A Novel Description from the Quantum Interference Perspective.
Poster Session: D2h vs D4h: Origin of the Molecular Structure of Cyclobutadiene from the Generalized Product Function Energy Partitioning Approach.

 

[29]  1st Rio Electrochemistry Workshop. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2014.

[28]  37th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Chemical Society - RASBQ. Natal, Brazil, 2014.
Poster Session: Benzene and the Six-Electron Chemical Bond.

[27]  ChemRio 2014 Symposium. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2014.
Oral Presentation: A Way to Unification: The Description of Polar Chemical Bonds from the Quantum Mechanical Interference Perspective.

[26]  18th International Workshop on Quantum Systems in Chemistry, Physics and Biology - QSCP, Paraty, Brazil, 2013.
Poster Session: The role of non-covalent contributions to the origin of the molecular structure of benzene.

[25]  17th Brazilian Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry – SBQT. Angra dos Reis, Brazil, 2013.
Poster Session: The non-covalent nature of the molecular structure of benzene (Award Winner).

[24]  8th Congress of the International Society of Theoretical Chemical Physics - ISTCP. Budapest, Hungary, 2013.
Poster Session: Revisiting the aromaticity concept: electrostatic effects are responsible for the stability of benzene towards ring distortions.

[23]  35th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Chemical Society - RASBQ. Águas de Lindoia, Brazil, 2012.
Poster Session: Origin of the ground-state [2+2] and [4+2] cycloaddition barriers.

 

[22]  Third Conference on Theory and Applications of Computational Chemistry. Pavia, Italia, 2012.
Oral Presentation: Alkali Halide Nanotubes: Structure, Stability and Mechanism of Formation.

 

[21]  10th Workshop on Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy – WFME. Recife, Brazil, 2012.
Poster Session: Mechanisms of Formation of Lithium Fluoride Nanotubes.

 

[20]  1st Meeting on Chemical Kinetics and Dynamics of the Southern Cone. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2012.
Poster Session: Kinetics and Thermodynamics of the Epoxidation of Ethylene and Isoprene with the HO2 Radical.

 

[19]  Theoretical Chemistry in Rio. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2012.
Poster Session: The role of polarization effects in geometric and thermodynamic properties of non-aromatic conjugated hydrocarbons.

[18]  34th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Chemical Society – RASBQ. Florianópolis, Brazil, 2011.
Poster Session: Nature of the Chemical Bond in Dienes and Polyenes Analysed Through the Quantum-Mechanical Interference Effect.

[17]  16th Brazilian Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry – SBQT. Ouro Preto, Brazil, 2011.
Poster Session: Interference effect in chemical reactions: the ground-state [2+2] and [4+2] cycloadditions.
Poster Session: Structure, Stability and Dissociation Pathways of C2H4O2(+) and C2H4O2(2+): Applications to the Chemistry of Astrophysical Environments.

 

[16]  13th Meeting of the Brazilian Chemical Society - State of Rio - SBQ-Rio. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2011.
Poster Session: A Theoretical Study on Candidates for Corrosion Inhibition of Iron Surfaces through Adsorption Energy Calculations
Poster Session: Quasi-Classical and Interference Effects and the Relative Stability of Dienes and Polyenes.

 

[15]  33th Giulio Massarani Undergraduate Research Week. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2011.
Oral Presentation: A Quantum-Mechanical Study on Corrosion Inhibitors of Iron and Copper Clusters.

[14]  3rd Symposion on Electronic Structure and Molecular Dynamics – SEEDMol. Brasília, Brazil, 2010.
Poster Session: The Role of the Quantum-Mechanical Interference Effect in the Chemical Bond of Unsaturated Compounds (Award Winner).
Poster Session: Theoretical Study of CnHm Ionic Molecular Clusters.

 

[13]  27th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union – IAU. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2010.
Poster Session: Formation and Destruction of Methyl Formate in Protoplanetary Disks.

[12]  15th Brazilian Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry – SBQT. Poços de Caldas, Brazil, 2009.
Poster Session: The Interference Energy Contribution on the Chemical Bond of Unsaturated Hydrocarbons.

 

[11]  1st Summer School of the Physical Department of PUC-Rio. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2009.
Poster Session: Formation and Destruction of Methyl Formate in Molecular Clouds.

 

[10]  31th Giulio Massarani Undergraduate Research Week. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2009.
Oral Presentation: Formation of Prebiotic Molecules in the Surface of Interstellar Grains.

[9]  30th Giulio Massarani Undergraduate Research Week. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2008.
Oral Presentation: Photodissociation Rates of Organic Molecules in Circumstellar Environments

[8]  33th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Astronomical Society - SAB. Passa Quatro, Brazil, 2007.
Poster Session: Amino Acids in the Interstellar Radiation Field.

 

[7]  11th Meeting of the Brazilian Chemical Society - State of Rio - SBQ-Rio. Niterói, Brazil, 2007.
Poster Session: Complexity and Origin of Life: An Astrochemical Approach.

 

[6]  20th Chemistry Undergraduate Research Week – Universidade Federal Fluminense. Niterói, Brazil, 2007.
Oral Presentation: Interstellar enantioselectivity of amino acids (Award Winner).

[5]  29th Giulio Massarani Undergraduate Research Week. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2007.
Oral Presentation: Survival of amino acids in the interstellar radiation field (Award Winner).

 

[4]  28th Giulio Massarani Undergraduate Research Week. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2006.
Oral Presentation: Abundances of Organic Molecules at the Galactic Center.

[3]  4th Workshop on Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy – WFME. Salvador, Brazil, 2006.
Poster Session: Organic Molecules in Clouds at the Center of the Galaxy.

[2]  10th International Conference on Electronic Spectroscopy and Structure - ICESS. Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, 2006.
Poster Session: Organic Molecules in Star-Forming Regions: Methyl Formate.

[1]  International Symposium Scattering, Coincidence and Absorption Studies of Molecules - SCASM. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2006.
Poster Session: Abundances of Organic Molecules in the Galactic Center

FELIPE FANTUZZI, PhD

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

Institute for Inorganic Chemistry

Institute for Sustainable Chemistry & Catalysis with Boron

Am Hubland, 97074, Würzburg, Germany.

and

Institute for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

Emil-Fischer Strasse 42, 97074, Würzburg, Germany.

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