DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUP

Research carried out by this group concerns application of different catalytic reactions in organic synthesis, especially in synthesis of natural products, polymers and pharmaceuticals. Currently, work of the group is focused on organic synthesis by means of transition metals, with emphasis on metathesis of alkenes and alkynes, and on chemistry of renewable resources. Such research must be conducted under the atmosphere of an inert gas, by use of the Schlenk technique, that allows you to work under anhydrous and anaerobic conditions.


GROUP MEMBERS


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Professor Karol Grela

THE LEADER OF THE GROUP

Tel.: +48 26-513, nr pok.: 3.116

E-mail: prof.grela@gmail.com

TEAM

Dr inż. Anna Kajetanowicz
e-mail: anna.kajetanowicz@gmail.com
Tel. 26-513 pokój 3.16

Dr Adrian Sytniczuk
e-mail: asytniczuk@gmail.com
Tel. 26-533 pokój 3.14

Dr Ashim Baishya
e-mail: ashim.baishya@gmail.com
Tel. 26-533 pokój 3.14

Dr Louis Monsigny
e-mail: louis.monsigny@cea.fr
Tel. 26-552 pokój 3.09

Mgr inż. Magdalena Walczak
e-mail: karol.grela@gmail.com
Tel. 26-532, pokój 3.31

Mgr inż. Ewa Suska-Kauf
e-mail:esuska@cnbc.uw.edu.pl
Tel. 26-552 pokój 3.09

Mgr Paweł Małecki
e-mail:pawelmalecki.chem@gmail.com
Tel. 26-552 pokój 3.09

Ph.D

Mgr Michał Dąbrowski
e-mail:mdabrowski@linux.pl
Tel. 26-551 Pokój 3.13

Mgr inż. Mariusz Milewski
e-mail:mariuszmaxmilewski@gmail.com
Tel. 26-650 Pokój 3.24

Mgr inż. Michał Patrzałek
e-mail: michal.patrz@gmail.com
Tel. 26-628 Pokój 3.08

Mgr Wojciech Nogaś
e-mail: wojciechns@yahoo.fr
Tel. 26-628 Pokój 3.08

Mgr Sebastian Planer
e-mail: sebastian.planer91@gmail.com
Tel. 26-533 pokój 3.14

Mgr Katarzyna Gajda
e-mail: k.gajda@chem.uw.edu.pl
Tel. 26-650 Pokój 3.24

Mgr Marta Czarnota-Bojarska
e-mail: marta.czarnotabojarska@wp.pl
Tel. 26-551 Pokój 3.13

Mgr Magdalena Drzazga
e-mail: Magdalena.Drzazga@synthosgroup.com

Mgr Tomasz Nienałtowski
e-mail: tomasz.nienaltowski@polpharma.com

Mgr Kamil Kosik
e-mail: kamil.kosik@polpharma.com

 

Students

Jakub Piątkowski (MisMAP)
e-mail: j.piatkowski2@student.uw.edu.pl
Tel. 26-552 Pokój 3.09

Jarosław Ciślak (MisMAP)
e-mail: j.cislak2@student.uw.edu.pl
Tel. 26-533 pokój 3.14

Filip Struzik (MisMAP)
e-mail: f.struzik@student.uw.edu.pl
Tel. 26-650 pokój 3.24

Hannes Lerm
e-mail: hanneschem@gmail.com
Tel. 26-650 pokój 3.24

Łukasz Grzesiński
e-mail: grzesinskilukasz@gmail.com,
Tel. 26-628 Pokój 3.08

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

The main research areas of this group are designing new, user-friendly catalysts that enable easier purification of reaction products, analyzing the possibilities of the reuse of catalysts, and expanding the application range of metathesis in organic synthesis.

The research laboratory of this group is fully equipped with modern instruments, including dry-boxes, GC, GC/MS and HPLC chromatographs, NMR 400 MHz spectrometer with autosampler.

Research services

The research group performs commissioned B+R tasks for foreign and national external entities in the range of optimization of organic reactions, synthesis and tests of catalysts (including various complexes of transition metals). There is a possibility of performing basic services and analyses at the Laboratory of Organometallic Synthesis by the interested individual after the necessary training (there is no technician at the Laboratory):

  • identification of volatile organic substances (qualitative assessment of chemical composition and pollution degree of organic substances)
  • measurement of NMR spectra in isotropic fluid systems – the price of the measurements is calculated according to real time of acquisition and does not include logging time of the user
  • work with substances sensitive to moisture or/and air under the atmosphere of an inert gas (argon)
  • drying and purification of solvents under the atmosphere of an inert gas (argon).

OFFER:

  • NMR measurements
  • Determination of small quantities of water in liquid and solid samples (Karl Fisher titration)
  • Preparation of reports on the existing state of knowledge in organic and metal-organic chemistry
  • Optimisation of existing synthetic pathways
  • Synthesis of model compounds according to provided synthetic procedures
  • Synthesis of compound libraries¥Development of new synthesis methods for a given compound
  • Development of transition metal complexes with predefined properties