41st International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC 41)

  • Author/Organiser: Singapore National Institute of Chemistry (SNIC)
  • Event Website: http://www.iccc41.org/
  • Event Date: 21 July 2014 to 25 July 2014
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore

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This conference will showcase innovations in basic coordination chemistry tools that have led to the discovery of new medicines and materials. New synergies between coordination chemistry and emerging areas such as biology, materials, optoelectronics, sensors, and catalysis, among others, will be explored.



Featured Sessions

  • Classics, Frontiers & Pioneers in Coordination Chemistry
  • Rising Stars
  • Celebrating Year of Crystallography



Thematic Symposia

  • Catalytic Organometallics
  • Metal Complexes in Molecular Electronics
  • Metals & Metal Complexes in Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
  • Properties of f-block Metals (Phosphors)
  • Frontiers in Inorganic Chemistry
  • Emerging Investigators in Metal-Organic Frameworks
  • Functional MOF
  • Multiple Ligands in Coordination Polymers
  • Polyoxometalate
  • Frontier in Main Group Chemistry - Synthesis and Application
  • New Aspects in Transition Metal Catalysis
  • Novel Metal Catalysts and Catalytic Reactions
  • Transition Metal Complexes in Homogeneous Catalysis
  • Activation of Small Molecules by Biomimetic Compounds
  • Coordination Chemistry for Biomedical Imaging
  • Metals in Biology & Biomedical Sciences
  • Functional Complexes for Small Molecules Activation
  • Functionlization of Alkanes
  • Metal Complexes in Energy and Environment
  • Metal Complexes in Green Synthesis
  • Molecular Catalysis for Water Oxidation and Reduction
  • Transition Metal Complex-based Luminescent Probes
  • Water Science and Engineering
  • Celebrating Year of Crystallography
  • 50 Years of Carboranes
  • Solutions Waiting for Problems
  • Women Scientists in Coordination Chemistry
  • Computational & Theoretical Coordination Chemistry
  • Coordination Complexes of Non-d-Block Elements
  • Lanthanide Metal-based Coordination Complexes
  • New Trends in Organometallic Chemistry of Early Transition Metals



Plenary Speakers

  • Jeffrey R. LONG, University of California Berkeley, USA
    "Carbon Dioxide Capture and Hydrocarbon Separations in Metal-Organic Frameworks"
  • Wonwoo NAM, Ehwa Women University, South Korea
    "Biomimetic Metal-Oxygen Coordination Complexes in Dioxygen Activation Chemistry"
  • Vivian YAM, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    "Versatile Metal-Ligand Chromophoric Building Blocks - From Simple Discrete Metal Complexes to Supramolecular Assembly and Sensory Functions"


Keynote Speakers

  • Richard D. ADAMS, University of South Carolina, USA
    "The Unusual Coordination Chemistry of Bridging Aryl Ligands"
  • Holger BRAUNSCHWEIG, University of Würzburg, Germany
    "Single, Double, Triple, Chains: New Forays into Boron-Boron-Bond Formation"
  • Xiao-Ming CHEN, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
  • Chrisopher CUMMINS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
    "Convergence of Coordination and Anion Receptor Chemistries"
  • Ekkehardt HAHN, University of Münster, Germany
  • Guo-Xin JIN, Fudan University, China
  • Susumu KITAGAWA, Kyoto University, Japan
    "Mesoscopic Porous Coordination Chemistry"
  • Jianping LANG, Soochow University, China
    "Design and Construction of Functional Coordination Complexes for Catalysis"
  • Yi LU, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
    "Biosynthetic Inorganic Chemistry: Exploring roles of Non-covalent Interactions in Conferring and Fine-tuning Catalytic Activities"
  • Hiroshi NISHIHARA, University of Tokyo, Japan
    "Interfacial Coordination Programming of Functional Molecular Networks"
  • Ken SAKAI, Kyushu University, Japan
    "Molecular Catalysts and Devices towards Photoinduced Water Splitting"
  • Myunghyun Paik SUH, Seoul National University, South Korea
  • Li Min ZHENG, Nanjing University, China
  • Hongcai ZHOU, Texas A&M University, USA
    "Building metal-organic frameworks, one cavity at a time"
  • Paul O’BRIEN, The University of Manchester, UK
    "Stretching the potential of coordination chemistry"




Comfirmed Speakers

  • Pierre BRAUNSTEIN, ULP-Strasbourg, France
    "From Werner and metal-metal bonds to new challenges"
  • Michael BRUCE, Adelaide University, Australia
    "Ruthenium as a Centre for Innovation"
  • Chi Ming CHE, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
    "Metal Complexes with a Planar Coordination Geometry. Electronic Structures and Applications"
  • Malcolm GREEN, University of Oxford, UK
  • Kenneth N. RAYMOND, University of California Berkeley, USA
    "Microbial Iron Transport: From Coordination Chemistry to Human Host Competition"
  • Hubert SCHMIDBAUR, Technische Universität München, Germany
    "Gold Chemistry: The Interplay of Weak Forces in Molecules and Crystals"
  • Martin SCHRODER, University of Nottingham, UK
    "Gas adsorption by porous metal-organic framework materials"
  • Gerard VAN KOTEN, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
    "The Privileged Ligand Platform "PINCER" - Inspiration, Surprises and Applications"
  • Theodor AGAPIE
    California Institute of Technology
    "Synthetic Cluster Models of Biological and Heterogeneous Catalysts for O2 Production"
  • Curtis BERLINGUETTE
    The University of British Columbia
    "Extending the Warranty of the Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell"
  • Theodore BETLEY
    Harvard University
  • Thibault CANTAT
    CEA - Saclay, IRAMIS Institute
    "A Diagonal Approach to the Recycling of CO2: Novel Catalytic Transformations"
  • Hongyu CHEN
    Nanyang Technological University
  • Vy DONG
    University of California, Irvine
  • Shuhei FURUKAWA
    Kyoto University
  • Jose GOICOECHEA
    University of Oxford
    "An Unorthodox Phosphide Source: Novel Organophosphorus Ligands derived from Anionic Cage Compounds"
  • Nilay HAZARI
    Yale University
    "The Role of Pd(I) Dimers with Bridging Allyl Ligands in Cross-coupling"
  • Xiaogang LIU
    National University of Singapore




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