S39 Coordination chemistry at the nanoscale: functional nanoparticles and nanosheets

Conference building 3F, Meeting Room 6

Date: August 2(AM), 3(Day), 4(AM)

Professor Rob Ameloot, University of Leuven, Belgium
Professor Laure Catala, Universite Paris Sud, France
Associate Professor Rie Makiura, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Professor Talal Mallah, Universite Paris Sud, France
Assistant Professor Ryota Sakamoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Associate Professor Shinya Takaishi, Tohoku University, Japan
Professor Daniel Talham, University of Florida, USA

Keynote Speakers

Associate Professor Rie Makiura, Oska Prefecture Universrity, Japan

Professor Paolo Falcaro, Graz University of Technology, Austria

Professor Fengwei Huo, Nanjing Tech University, China

Research director Gabor Molnar, Toulouse CNRS, France

Professor Joseph T. Hupp, Northwestern University, United States

Professor George CHRISTOU, The University of Florida, United States

Keywords of the session

coordination chemistry nanoparticles, coordination chemistry nanosheets, nanodevices

Scope of the session

Nanoscale systems are now included at the forefront in the area of coordination chemistry; systems with targeted physical and chemical properties are designed and investigated leading to useful functions. Applications span different technologies from health to chemistry and physics to electronics and information storage. The objective of the session "Coordination chemistry at the nanoscale: functional nanoparticles and nanosheets" is to gather researchers focusing on the creation and investigation of the chemical and physical behavior of nanoscaled coordination systems with potential applications. Nanoscaled coordination systems include: (i) coordination network nanoparticles, (ii) coordination network nanosheets and (iii) thin films of coordination molecules. Potential applications are in catalysis, drug delivery, magnetic and/or optical imaging, information storage, energy creation/storage (solar cells, secondary batteries, capacitors), thin film devices (thin film transistor, piezoelectric devices), separations, chemical storage and sensing. The session focuses on the following aspects: - Design and creation of coordination chemistry nanoparticles, - Design and creation of nanosheets, - Design and creation of nanoscale objects such as nanotubes, oxides or metallic particles, decorated with coordination networks or coordination complexes, - Physical properties of functional coordination particles and nanosheets for different applications - Devices based on nanoscaled coordination systems