Claisen rearrangement and its 3D visualization

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Literature example from Neuschütz et al. to the aza-Claisen rearrangement - reaction [2]

The aza-Claisen rearrangement of substituted allylvinylamines with a defined E / ZGeometry should enable the stereoselective synthesis of two new, adjacent chiral centers.

Aza-Claisen rearrangement using the example of N-Crotyl derivative I'b [2a]

Commentary on the literature reaction [2a]

The use of a more sterically demanding one N-Crotyl- instead of one N-Allyl derivatives as starting material reduces the yield to only 8%. In addition, the isolation of diastereomeric product mixtures suggests epimerization at the C-α of the carbonyl group in III'b by keto-enol tautomerism.

Aza-Claisen rearrangement of aN-Cyclolexenyl-N-benzoylketene-N, O-tert-butyl-dimethylsilyl-acetals [2b]

The thermally induced aza-Claisen rearrangement of Ic with subsequent hydrolysis of the TBDMS ether leads to the release of the diastereomeric rearrangement product IIIc.

Commentary on the literature reaction [2b]

The yield of IIIc is also low at 17%. The authors also explain the occurrence of diastereomeric product mixtures here with the epimerization at the α-C of the carbonyl group in IIIc and IVc. By-product IVc results from an intramolecular acylation reaction between the carbonyl C atom of the benzamide and the electron-rich C2 of the propenyl radical.


  • Neuschütz, K .; Simone, J. M .; Thyrann, T .; Neier, R. (2000):Amino-Claisen Rearrangements and Diels-Alder Reactions of Ketene N, O-Acetals: Reactivity Studies. On the way to a novel tandem process?. In: Helv. Chim. Acta. 83(10), 2712-2737

Translate science data into images

Almost only physicists understand diagrams from physics. Annika Kreikenbohm from the University of Würzburg wants to change that - and relies on the visualization of complex data. Your latest project has now been awarded.

A concrete disk instead of dots in a diagram: This shows the distribution of so-called measles in the galaxy NGC 1194. (Image: Annika Kreikenbohm)

Laypeople often do not know what to do with scientific data from astrophysics. They are mostly statistical diagrams with two axes and a few points. How should one imagine a galaxy or cosmic phenomena from this? This is made possible by “translating” this data into images using data visualization. Annika Kreikenbohm is a research assistant at the chair for physics and its didactics at the Julius Maximilians University (JMU) Würzburg. She deals intensively with the visualization of scientific data - and has now been awarded for her latest project in this area.

In March 2021, the Green Bank Observatory in the USA announced a data image contest, which Kreikenbohm and her colleague from JMU astrophysics, doctoral student Eugenia Fink, also found out about. We were looking for images and animations of radio data that could be used for public relations. Fink often worked with the observatory as part of her doctoral thesis and collected a lot of data there. Within a very short time Kreikenbohm created a 3D animation of this data, which related its abstract content to the cosmic phenomena. For this she received first place in the competition from the Green Bank Observatory at the beginning of April and prize money of 1,000 US dollars.

Images from a galaxy far, far away

The video shows a direct data visualization. At the beginning you see data that is often shown in publications: A diagram with dots that shows the distribution of so-called measles in the galaxy NGC 1194.

Masers are focused beams - basically like laser beams, only in the microwave range. With measles, distances can be determined very precisely. But determining the distance is not the only use of the maser: Fink has been recording maser data for over seven years - in addition to the Green Bank observatory, also from other telescopes. This enabled her to examine the structure in the center of NGC 1194 and the gas disk there.

The video slowly turns the points of the data into a disc by means of 3D visualization. “It was also exciting for us to see the translation of abstract data into an image of a concrete gas pane piece by piece. And that apparently also convinced the jury of the competition, ”said Kreikenbohm.

Build trust in science

Kreikenbohm is not only a physicist, but also a trained information designer. She would like to combine both disciplines more closely in her work in the future - possibly with a visualization lab at JMU. The aim is to research immersive visualizations in order to promote knowledge gain from complex and large data sets. This applies to both the analysis of big data and the use of intelligent algorithms. Science communication to the general public also benefits from this.

“My experience from lectures shows that the public is interested in science and scientific methods. And you can trust it to handle the complexity of the data, ”says Kreikenbohm. For them, data visualization also creates trust in science for laypeople. "Astronomical observation data are traces of the universe and proof that these phenomena exist." This applies not only to astrophysics, but also to all other scientific disciplines.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sergio Montenegro

1979 - 1982 software developer in the telecommunications sector
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      Every year the European Research Council (ERC) funds selected scientific projects. For the 2016 application phase, ten research projects at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have qualified for ERC grants. The lavishly endowed grants are among the most important European research grants. Projects from the Faculties BauGeoUmwelt, Chemistry, Computer Science, Medicine, Physics and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology are funded.

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      Professor Hendrik Dietz, holder of the Chair of Experimental Biophysics at the Faculty of Physics, has received an ERC Consolidator Grant for a research project on DNA origami motors.
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      Hendrik Dietz received his doctorate from TUM in 2007, after which he conducted research at Harvard Medical School. Dietz has been Professor of Experimental Biophysics at TUM since 2009. Among other things, he is Carl von Linde Senior Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) at TUM and was awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize by the German Research Foundation. The ERC had already funded its research on DNA origami with a Starting Grant in 2010.

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      Thomas Neumann is Professor of Database Systems at the Faculty of Computer Science. The basis for his ERC-funded project "The Computational Database for Real World Awareness" are two hardware developments that are already noticeable today. For one thing, the main memory of computers is getting bigger and bigger. On the other hand, the number of processor cores is also increasing - if the average on large servers is still a few dozen today, it will rise to several hundred in the near future. Both trends promise the possibility of analyzing large amounts of data and "deep exploration", i.e. exploratory knowledge extraction, in real time and parallel to the other computational steps of a computer.

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      Thomas Neumann has been at the TUM Computer Science Faculty since 2010. After studying business informatics at the University of Mannheim, he received his doctorate in computer science in 2005. Before his appointment at TUM, Prof. Neumann worked as a senior researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Computer Science in Saarbrücken.

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      Dr. Tim Czopka from the Institute for Cell Biology of the Nervous System in the Faculty of Medicine researches the development of the central nervous system. With the help of the ERC Starting Grant, he wants to “accompany” all cells of a cell type in the nervous system through the entire development of an individual for the first time.

      Tim Czopka is particularly interested in the so-called oligodendroglial progenitor cells. These cells form myelin, the “white matter” of our brain that envelops the nerve tracts. Myelin precursor cells can be found in all stages of life in the body of humans and other vertebrates. They can multiply and are converted into myelin cells in various cases, for example when the myelin sheath of a nerve fiber is damaged.

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      Biological energy conversion is catalyzed by complex membrane proteins that efficiently convert redox and light energy into other forms of energy. These molecular machines are driven by so-called proton-coupled electron transfer (PCET) processes, the basic mechanistic principles of which are still largely not understood.

      Together with his research group, Professor Ville R. I. Kaila wants to elucidate the functional elements of the PCET machinery in a huge redox-driven proton pump, complex I of the respiratory chain, in his ERC project. The group would also like to apply these functional principles to design new artificial enzymes, combining computational multi-scale simulations and biophysical experiments.

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      Nature is a rich source of biologically active molecules. Terpenes are one of the largest and most diverse groups of natural substances. Essential drugs such as the cancer drug Taxol (trade name Paclitaxel) or the malaria drug Artemisinin belong to the terpene family. In nature, they are formed most efficiently through what is known as a tail-to-head terpene cyclization.
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      Xiaoxiang Zhu's research area is signal processing in earth observation. In her ERC project So2Sat, the TUM professor is using a new method to investigate how cities watch. More and more people are moving to metropolitan areas, in 2050 three quarters of the world's population will live in metropolises - an enormous challenge for urban planners and logisticians. But in order to be able to plan, you need data, and it has so far been difficult to come by. In many megacities, nobody knows how many people live in slums or refugee camps.

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      Within the ERC-funded SelfOrg project, Professor Andreas Bausch and his group developed a small, automated liquid handling device (AutoLiqHand) for individual use. The microfluidic platform automates biomedical experiments and diagnostic routines. In addition, their unique design allows them to be used flexibly for a large number of tasks. The proof-of-concept project aims to adapt the AutoLiqHand platform to market needs and to optimize it to facilitate its production.

      After studying physics at TUM and the Université de Montréal, Andreas Bausch received his doctorate from TUM in 1999. An Emmy Noether scholarship took him to Harvard University (Boston, USA). Prof. Andreas Bausch has held the chair for cell biophysics at TUM since 2008. There he conducts research with the aim of quantitatively understanding the mechanical properties of the cytoskeleton and the microscopic mechanisms of self-organization. Another research focus is the identification and physical characterization of new biomimetic materials.

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      Professor Rüdiger Westermann receives a Proof-of Concept Grant for the “Vis4Weather” project. Building on the research results from Westermann's ERC Advanced Grant "SaferVis - Uncertainty Visualization for Reliable Data Discovery" and research from the DFG-funded transregional special research area "Waves, Clouds, Weather", the practical possibilities of visualizing the blurring of weather data are to be explored.
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      A nuclear power plant is divided into 3 different areas: the reactor (left), the machine room (middle) and the cooling tower (right). In the reactor, heat is generated by nuclear fission. The coolant in the primary circuit evaporates during this process. The water in the secondary circuit is evaporated by a heat exchanger. A nuclear power plant essentially consists of two parts: In the nuclear part, heat is generated by fission. In the conventional part, the heat is converted into electricity. The conventional system part is very similar to that in coal, gas and geothermal power plants. Nuclear power plants make use of the fact that a tiny part of the mass is converted into energy when atomic nuclei are fissioned. Unlike other steam-powered power plants in which fossil fuels - such as coal, gas or oil - are burned, no chemical reactions take place in nuclear power plants

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      This includes topics such as organic chemistry with alkanes, alkanals, alkanoic acids and the like, inorganic chemistry with the structure of metals and other groups of substances, and calculations of volume, density or amount of substance.Summary The functional hydroxyl group gives the substance group alcohols (systematic name: alkanols ) typical (physical) properties. This is mainly due to the fact that the hydroxyl group is a polar group and can therefore form hydrogen bonds with other molecules that have polar atom groups (other alkanols, water)

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      The advanced training modules are part of the CAS RIS and can be attended individually independently of the CAS. The offer is aimed at users of geospatial data who would like to deepen their knowledge of special GIS topics. The modules take place every year in March. The following modules are currently available:

      Attention: New date

      Course leader: Hans Rudolf Gnägi (Mail:), Claude Eisenhut (Eisenhut Informatik AG, Mail:) and Sandra Schütz (Mail:)

      Date: May 19-21, 2021, HIL G22 (Wednesday 1.15 p.m. to 4.45 p.m., Thursday / Friday 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.)

      Module description: Fundamentals, tools and their practical application for the implementation and use of the spatial data infrastructure (GDI) that is currently under construction are the subject of this module. Networking of spatial data provision and spatial data usage is in the foreground today. Because the effort for recording and updating the geodata is very high and it must not be done several times in parallel for the same geodata. The prerequisite for efficient networking is the simple, error-free and loss-free transfer of geodata as a web service, be it as a file or with direct access. The system-independent, model-based approach is a practical and sustainable tool for this task. It consists in describing the core of the application, the geodata, precisely on a conceptual level, independently of certain transfer formats and system characteristics, using a data model.

      Module goals: The participants

      • know the principles of modeling
      • have refreshed the elements of the modeling languages ​​UML and INTERLIS 2
      • have practically modeled proprietary data structures with UML and INTERLIS2
      • know why and how reformatting and structural restructuring are to be separated
      • know reformatting principles, software and tools
      • learn how the structural reconstruction on the model level can be defined independently of the system, and how this reconstruction definition is carried out automatically on the data level
      • have practically carried out all steps of the model-based data transfer with structural reconstruction using the software tools (UML / INTERLIS Editor, INTERLIS Compiler, jEdit, INTERLIS Checker, ilivalidator, awk, XSLT, FME)
      • know other system-independent model-based services such as automatic derivation of various transfer formats, configuration of GIS, automatic geodata checking (including geometry), sustainable data backup
      • know the classification of the model-based procedure with UML and INTERLIS in the current international developments at ISO (TC 211) / CEN (TC 287) / OGC / INSPIRE

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      Course leader: Dr. Marco Lechner (Mail:) and Dr. Jochen Seidel

      Date: March 8-10, 2021, HIL E 15.2 (Monday / Tuesday 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m., Wednesday 8.45 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.)

      Module description: The course offers an insight into the structure and structure of QGIS ( Numerous examples and practical exercises are used to develop how QGIS can visualize geodata from various geodata sources. It is taught how the conversion of geospatial data, the analysis of vector and raster data and the creation and management of maps with QGIS are possible. A special focus is on the diverse extension modules (plugins), which extend the core functions of QGIS with analysis functionalities up to exotic topic complexes. The course content is conveyed on the basis of specific exercises on the topics, which are largely worked on independently with the support of the course instructor. Basic GIS knowledge is expected for the course; previous knowledge of QGIS in particular is not required. Basic knowledge of SQL is an advantage.

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      Course leader: Dr. Marco Lechner (Mail:) and Dr. Jochen Seidel

      Date: April 21-23, 2021, HIL G 15.4 Wednesday / Thursday from 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m., Friday 8.45 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.,)

      Module description: This course builds on Module 2, Introduction to QGIS. He deepens the topics on the QGIS extensions by offering an introduction to automation, modeling, the creation of scripts and the development of your own plugins. In addition, the advanced course deals with more complex display options based on SQL-based expressions, deals with the use of relations and relationships in geodata, takes PostGIS into account as a geodata backend and shows how the QGIS surface can be adapted to the needs of the user with simple steps can be customized. The QGIS server can be treated as an optional component in the course, so that the provision of OGC-compliant services with QGIS is also possible. The course content is conveyed on the basis of exercises that are worked on independently with the support of the course instructor. Depending on the interests of the participants, the focal points can be varied.

      The programming language Python is used for programming in QGIS. Therefore, general experience in a programming language and SQL are required for the course. Basic knowledge of object-oriented programming is helpful. Furthermore, the contents of the QGIS introductory course should be mastered.

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      Course leader: Dr. Andreas Neumann (Mail:), Office for Geoinformation, Canton Solothurn

      date: March 1-3, 2021, HIL G22 (Monday / Tuesday 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m., Wednesday 8.45 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.)

      Module description: The course offers an introduction to the leading open source database system PostgreSQL with the associated spatial extension PostGIS.

      Contents of this module are:

      • Geodata modeling: database objects, relations, constraints, etc.
      • Database administration: import and export of data, backup and restore
      • Vector analysis: spatial operators and functions
      • Projections and transformations
      • Triggers and functions
      • Raster analyzes, mixed vector / raster functions
      • Examples from GIS practice

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      Course leader: Pascal Ochsner (Mail:), Zurich University of Applied Sciences (zhaw)

      Date: March 24-26, 2021, HIL G 15.4 (Wednesday 1.15 p.m. to 4.45 p.m., Thursday / Friday 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.)

      Module description: This module shows the limits and possibilities of using drones in the field of geoinformatics. The legal framework that must be taken into account when using drones is also discussed. The module participants learn to plan and carry out a drone flight, including technical and safety-relevant aspects, to evaluate the data obtained during the flight and to derive subsequent products. In addition, the module collects data in the field using mobile GIS and reads it into a previously created database.

      • GNSS: basic functionality, accuracy, correction options
      • Mobile GIS and database maintenance: Components of a mobile GIS infrastructure, construction of a data model in ArcGIS Pro, publication of a service in ArcGIS Online, offline data acquisition and data synchronization with the Collector App, alternatives to the Collector App.
      • Basics of UAV: ​​Technical development, legal bases and existing flight bans (Switzerland), potentials and limits of close-range remote sensing, possible fields of application.
      • Aerial photography using drones / UAV systems: distribution of control points, independent flight planning taking into account all necessary aspects, demo flight over the ETHZ Hönggerberg area.
      • Products of a drone flight: Photogrammetric processing of the raw image products into orthophotos and surface models.
      • Basics and implementation of a (monitored) image classification: maximum likelihood classification method, use of the spectral information for vegetation indices, derivation of a normalized digital surface model (nDSM), volume calculations.

      • The course participants have the necessary GNSS knowledge to independently plan and carry out a mobile GIS data acquisition campaign and a drone flight.
      • The course participants can set up a geospatial database in ArcGIS Pro and publish the data sets it contains as a service on ArcGIS Online.
      • The course participants can use the Collector App to synchronize with ArcGIS Online and collect data independently.
      • The course participants know alternative solutions to the Collector App.
      • The course participants know the legal framework for drone flights in Switzerland.
      • The course participants know how a drone flight (with or without control points) is planned and carried out and know its limits and possibilities.
      • The course participants can interpret the data products obtained by means of a drone and use them for further work.
      • The course participants are able to independently carry out a monitored image classification, to create a normalized digital surface model and vegetation indices.

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      Course leader: Prof. Hans-Jörg Stark (Mail:)

      Date: March 17-19, 2021, HIL G 15.4 (Wednesday 1.15 p.m. to 4.45 p.m., Thursday / Friday 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.)

      Module description: This module shows the possibilities of how geodata can be analyzed and processed with open source components (e.g. GDAL / OGR, Shapely, etc.). It explains how the geodata is read in and examined with regard to different characteristics. Both vector and raster data approaches are covered, with an emphasis on vector data. The course also teaches how geodata can be created or derived from existing ones. The content is supplemented by the connection of geodata, which are available in a database (PostgreSQL / PostGIS) and the communication of how geo-web services can be addressed with Python. Basic knowledge of Python is recommended.

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      Course leader: Ruedi Schneeberger (Mail:), Dominik Angst (Mail:)

      Date: March 22 - March 24, 2021, HIL G22 (Monday / Tuesday 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m., Wednesday 8.45 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.)

      Module description: GIS projects are actually IT projects with a very specific part, geographic information. In different areas of a project there are different aspects that need to be considered in connection with geospatial information. The module gives a theoretical insight into project management. You will get to know general project processes and the various project phases, methods and models will be presented, project management discussed and leading a project team discussed. Based on a case study, you will have the opportunity to apply the theory as well. You will work out parts of a specification and a functional specification yourself, plan the procurement of geospatial data, identify project risks and measures and much more.

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      Course leader: Dr. Manfred Loidold (Mail:) and Dr. Joachim Steinwendner, MSc (Mail:)

      Date: March 15-17, 2021, HIL G21 (Monday / Tuesday 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m., Wednesday 8.45 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.)

      Module description: In this module we shed light on the role of geoinformatics in connection with the big three of data science - big data (BD), machine learning (ML) and the Internet of Things (IoT). The module participants learn how big data can be combined with a GIS tool (QGIS) and the possibilities of analyzing geographic data using machine learning methods. The role and opportunities of geoinformatics in connection with the Internet of Things are also examined.

      Module goals: The module participants should ...

      • be able to assess the role and importance of "geo" in the big data world.
      • Receive basic information on big data - gain an understanding of the basic functioning of high-performance, scalable, distributed data processing.
      • learn what a big data infrastructure consists of and how to operate and use the environment.
      • Get to know noSQL databases and their strengths and weaknesses, as well as some aspects of the SQL-like programming language.
      • get to know the essential elements of machine learning and be able to use Python and the necessary modules.
      • recognize the importance of feature engineering of data in general and of satellite imagery in particular.
      • recognize the aspect of geolocation and the resulting opportunities from the Internet of Things for geoinformatics.

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      Course leader: Olivier Niklaus (Mail:)

      Date: March 29 - 31, 2021, HIL G21 (Monday / Tuesday 8.45 a.m. to 4.45 p.m., Wednesday 8.45 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.)

      Module description: Today, geodata is used as 3D content for intuitive communication in different areas of application. Be it in urban planning or in the area of ​​natural hazards, the ArcGIS platform can be used to prepare 3D GIS content and make it available to various stakeholders involved in the decision-making process - for example as a 3D web application.

      This module gives you an overview of the 3D capabilities of the ArcGIS platform, which are developing rapidly. Create 3D scenes in ArcGIS Pro and perform 3D GIS analysis, interactively and with geoprocessing tools. Publish different 2D and 3D content to ArcGIS Online and use it to configure a web scene. Combine your own layers with content from the Living Atlas and integrate other geospatial services. Create a 3D web application from the web scene and make it available to others.

      - 3D capabilities of the ArcGIS platform with a focus on ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online

      - Geospatial sources and types for 3D scenes

      - 3D visualization and animation in ArcGIS Pro

      - 3D GIS analyzes: shadows and visibility

      - Prepare 3D content in ArcGIS Pro for publication as a web scene

      - Publish and share Scene Layer and Tile Layer in ArcGIS Online

      - Creation of 3D web scenes and web applications

      - Areas of application of 3D GIS

      - The participants get an overview of the 3D capabilities of the ArcGIS platform

      - The participants know the basics for working with 3D scenes in ArcGIS Pro and Online

      - The participants can combine geodata in ArcGIS Pro to create a scene

      - The participants can carry out 3D GIS analyzes themselves

      - The participants learn how to create an animation with ArcGIS Pro

      - Participants can publish 3D GIS content to ArcGIS Online

      - The participants learn to create a 3D web application with ArcGIS Online.

      - The participants get an insight into 3D-GIS in different application areas.

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      This text and exercise book provides an application and practice-oriented presentation of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Important construction elements and their regulation as well as the representation of simulation calculations allow a quick overview of the topic. Numerous calculation and exercise examples with solutions and additional information make the book very suitable for self-study. In the fourth edition, substantial reader information has been incorporated, a new chapter introduces the open source simulation tool SCILAB and the 3D visualization of the control valve map, and relevant images are now reproduced in color for better understanding.

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