Prof. Mate Erdélyi
Mate Erdelyi graduated at Semmelweis University, Hungary (1999), and obtained his Ph.D. in organic chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Adolf Gogoll at Uppsala University year 2004. After postdoctoral research in physical organic chemistry with Prof. Charles L. Perrin at the University of California, USA, he moved to the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry to learn paramagnetic NMR spectroscopy from Prof. Christian Griesinger. Following an additional postdoctoral project within structural biology with Prof. Teresa Carlomagno, year 2009 he initiated his independent career at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, where he was appointed professor of organic chemistry year 2017. He moved to Uppsala University the same year, and leads research on weak, secondary chemical forces such as halogen bonding, NMR method development, natural product chemistry and medicinal chemistry.