The Batsheva de Rothschild seminar on Strong Bond Activation aims to blend young Israeli faculty members and graduate students with world-leading organic chemists. Therefore, to promote scientific interactions and foster collaboration between participants in a relaxing and friendly environment, we chose a remote location at the lowest place on Earth, and limited the number of participants (approximately 100 attendees).
The meeting will take place at The Dead Sea Ein Gedi hotel starting from Sunday, October 23, 2022 at 17:00 to Wednesday, October 26 at noon.
Each speaker will deliver a 30 minutes lecture, and free time and outdoor activities are planned. We intend to offer organized half-day tours to nearby sites such as the Dead-sea, Ein-Gedi Nature Reserve, and Masada.
Varinder K. Aggarwal │University of Bristol
Erick M. Carreira│ETH Zurich
Micha Fridman │TAU
Mark Gandelman │Technion
Vladimir Gevorgyan │ University of Texas at Dallas
Ori Gidron │HUJI
Eva Hevia │University of Bern
Michael J. Krische│ University of Texas at Austin
N. Gabriel Lemcoff │BGU
David Margulis │WIS
Ahmad Masarwa │HUJI
Anat Milo │BGU
David Milstein │WIS
Cristina Nevado│University of Zurich
Berit Olofsson│Stockholm University
Peter Schreiner│Justus-Liebig Universitat
Matthew Sigman │University of Utah
Doug Stephan │University of Toronto
Alex Szpilman │Ariel University
Mariola Tortosa │Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Dirk Trauner │University of Pennsylvania
Doron Pappo │BGU
Dmitri Gelman │ HUJI
Doron Shabat │ TAU
Please complete the registration by July 15, 2022. After this date, registration can still be completed but at an increased fee.
Participation in the meeting will be limited to approximately 100 attendees. It is important that registrations be submitted as soon as possible in order to receive prompt consideration by the organizing committee and to ensure participation.
The organizing committee reserved a limited number of rooms for the participants. The registration fees include accommodations in Hotel Ein-Gedi and full-board, yet due to budget restrictions, students are requested to share a room (2 per room). Please let us know the name of the person sharing your room so that we could organize accordingly.
Please let us know if you have a special diet or requests.