Fredric Ingner

PhD Student (March 2017 – present)

Chemical biography

Fredric completed his undergraduate degree here  at Uppsala University and joined the our group for a Masters project in November 2015. He worked diligently on making carbazoles do previously-unheard-of things, including via C-H activation. Fredric completed his Masters thesis in the summer of 2016. In the autumn of the same year, Fredric moved to the group of Eszter Borbas at Uppsala University’s Ångström laboratory for a research project.

We’re delighted to say that Fredric returned – this time to start his PhD – in March 2017. He is currently working on developing various C-H activation and aryne-related methodologies, with a sprinkling of organometallics and mechanochemistry here and there.

Conferences

Publications

2. Mild and Efficient Synthesis of Diverse Organo-Au(I)-L Complexes in Green Solvents
Fredric L. J. Ingner, Ann-Cathrin Schmitt, Andreas Orthaber, Paul J. Gates, Lukasz T. Pilarski*
ChemSusChem 2020, accepted

1. Arynes and Their Precurors from Arylboronic Acids via Catalytic C-H Silylation
Karthik Devaraj, Fredric L. J. Ingner, Carina Sollert, Paul J. Gates, Andreas Orthaber, Lukasz T. Pilarski*
J. Org. Chem. 2019, 5863-5871

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Our group is part of the Organic Chemistry research program in the Department of Chemistry at Uppsala University’s Biomedical Centre (BMC).

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Box 576
Uppsala University
75-123 Uppsala
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