date September 11th-12th, 2014

Bristol-Heidelberg-Kyoto Symposium

Chemistry and Materials

Venue: Cabot Room, Hawthorns; reception in Chemistry Lounge, Chemistry Building

 

Coordinators:

Charl FJ Faul, Bristol University

Kazuo Akagi, Kyoto University

 

Presenters:

Dek Woolfson, Bristol University

Fred Manby, Bristol University

Ian Manners, Bristol University

Antony Carrington, Bristol University

David J. Fermin, Bristol University

Martin Kuball, Bristol University

Rüdiger Klingeler, Heidelberg University

A. Stephen K. Hashimi, Heidelberg University

Lutz H. Gade, Heidelberg University

Kazunari Akiyoshi, Kyoto University

Hirofumi Sato, Kyoto University

 

 

08:00–08:30  Coffee Break

 

Chair: Prof A. Stephen K. Hashimi

08:30–08:35

Prof Tim Gallagher, Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Bristol

Opening comments
08:35–09:05

Prof Kazunari Akiyoshi

Nanogel tectonics by assembly of amphiphilic polymers for advanced biomaterials
09:05–09:35

Prof Dek Woolfson

A modular, synthetic-biology approach to de novo protein design and assembly
09:35–10:05

Prof Hirofumi Sato

Molecular theories for chemical processes in condensed phase
10:05–10:35

Prof Fred Manby

Quantum embedding for multiscale simulation

10:35–11:00  Coffee Break

 

11:00–11:30

Prof Antony Carrington

Quantum criticality in iron based and cuprate superconductors
11:30–12:00

Prof Rüdiger Klingeler

Electronically correlated and magnetic materials: from basic research to application
12:00–12:30

Prof David Fermin

Oxide nanostructures for solar fuels and electrocatalysis
12:30–13:00

Prof Martin Kuball

Wide-band electronic semiconductor devices – Where physicists and industrialists meet

13:00 – 14:00  Lunch at Cabot Room

 

Chair: Prof Kazunari Akiyoshi

14:00–14:30

Prof Stephen Hashmi

New Reactivity Patterns by Gold Catalysis
14:30–15:00

Prof Charl FJ Faul

Soft Electroactive Materials Across Multiple Length-scales
15:00–15:30

Prof Kazuo Akagi

Hierarchically Assembled Conjugated Polymers with Helical Structures and Chiroptical Properties

15:30–15:50  Coffee Break

 

15:50–16:20

Prof Lutz Gade

Perylene-Based Poly(N-Heterocycles): Organic Semiconductors, Biological Fluorescence Probes and Building Blocks for Molecular Surface Networks
16:20–16:50

Prof Ian Manners

“Living” Crystallization-Driven Self-Assembly: A Versatile, Seeded Growth Approach to Functional Supramolecular Materials

16:50–17:10  Wrap-up
17:15–18:15  Poster Session with UoB postgraduate students, with refreshments at School of Chemistry, PG Coffee Lounge

 

19:00             Pick-up from Marriot
19:30-            Dinner at M Shed

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