Emeritus Prof. Roger Bishop

Roger Bishop

 

Roger Bishop

B.Sc. St.And., Ph.D. Camb., CChem, FRSC, FRACI
Emeritus Professor
E-mail: r.bishop@unsw.edu.au

BIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS

Educated at the University of St. Andrews (B.Sc.) and University of Cambridge (Ph.D.). Postdoctoral research with Professor Paul de Mayo (Western Ontario) and Professor William Parker (Stirling). Appointed to the academic staff of UNSW in 1974. Visiting research positions have also been held at Ohio State and Durham Universities. Winner of the 1993 Royal Australian Chemical Institute Ollé Prize. Emeritus Professor 2010.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

New organic host-guest inclusion compounds: design, synthesis, structure determination, and application.
Crystal engineering and supramolecular chemistry: molecular recognition, application of intermolecular forces in synthesis.
Synthetic alicyclic and heterocyclic chemistry, Ritter-type reactions, cyclisation and rearrangement chemistry.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Structure and Analysis of Helical Tubulate Inclusion Compounds formed by 2,6-Dimethylbicyclo[3.3.1]nonane-exo-2,exo-6-diol, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 117, 8745-8756, (1995).
  • Helical Host Lattices formed by Alicyclic Diols, Ch. 4, pp. 85-115, in Comprehensive Supramolecular Chemistry Vol. 6: Solid-state Supramolecular Chemistry, Pergamon, Oxford (1996).
  • Designing New Lattice Inclusion Hosts, Chem. Soc. Rev., 25, 311-319, (1996).
  • Ritter Reactions. Part 14. Rearrangement of 3,3,7,7-tetramethyl-6-methylidene-bicyclo[3.3.1]nonane-2-one, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 1, 2037-2042 (2000).
  • Molecular Solids formed by the Self-Organisation of Dialcohols into Hydrogen-bonded Ladders, Eur. J. Org. Chem., 4489-4499 (2001).
  • Crystal Engineering of Hydroxy Group Hydrogen Bonding: Design and Synthesis of New Diol Lattice Inclusion Hosts, J. Org. Chem., 67, 3221-3230 (2002).
  • Why a Hexabromo Diquinoline Host preferentially includes Small Aromatic Hydrocarbon Guests, Org. Biomol. Chem., 1, 1435-1441 (2003).
  • Co-Crystalline Hydrogen Bonded Solids based on the Alcohol-Carboxylic acid-Alcohol Supramolecular Motif, CrystEngComm, 6 (Article 3), 5-10 (2004).
  • Role of Double C-H N Weak Hydrogen Bonding Motifs in N-Heteroaromatic Inclusion Chemistry, Cryst. Growth and Des., 4, 837-844 (2004).
  • Solid-state Regio- and Stereo-selective Benzylic Bromination of Diquinoline Compounds, Green Chem., 7, 207-209 (2005).