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Symposium Information:
New methodologies for organic synthesis: transition metal catalysis, organocatalysis, photo-redox catalysis

Chair
Zhao Yu (NUS): zhaoyu@nus.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Robin Chi (NTU): robinchi@ntu.edu.sg
Ge Shaozhong (NUS): chmgsh@nus.edu.sg
Wu Jie (NUS): chmjie@nus.edu.sg

Symposium write-up – TBC

Supramolecular chemistry and responsive materials

Chairs
Zhao Yanli (NTU): zhaoyanli@ntu.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Ken Cham-Fai Leung (HKBU): cfleung@hkbu.edu.hk
Ali Trabolsi (NYU): ali.trabolsi@nyu.edu

The symposium of Supramolecular Chemistry and Responsive Materials showcases recent exiting developments of supramolecular systems, materials and devices for functional applications, including but not limited to controlled delivery and release, host-guest interactions, molecular machines, molecular recognition and sensing, smart materials, and self-assembly.

Covalent organic framework and metal-organic frameworks

Chaiir
Jiang Donglin (NUS): chmjd@nus.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Zhao Dan (NUS): chezhao@nus.edu.sg

The symposium highlights the recent achievements in these fields and focuses on the state-of-the-art current status, covering multidisciplinary broad research scopes from design to synthesis, computational chemistry, functions and applications. The symposium provides scientists, students and practitioners around the world a scientific venue for sharing ideas and experiences on the development and applications of porous compounds. Especially, many top-level researchers in these fields are invited to introduce their latest achievements; the symposium also offers a good chance for young researchers and students to promote understandings of porous compounds.

Novel functional π-systems and materials: synthesis and their optical, electronic and magnetic properties

Chair
Chi Chunyan (NUS): chmcc@nus.edu.sg
Co-Chair
Fang Lei (Texas Univ. AM): fang@chem.tamu.edu
Wu Jishan (NUS): chmwuj@nus.edu.sg

This symposium will cover the following sub-topics:

  • Design and synthesis of novel aromatic π-systems
  • Organic π-radicals and reactive intermediates
  • Theory, modelling and simulation of organic conjugated molecules
  • Optical, electronic and magnetic properties
  • Self-assembly of functional π-systems
  • Materials, devices and processing for organic electronics, photonics and spintronics
  • Optoelectronics, and sensing applications
Graphene and 2D materials

Chair
Lu Jiong (NUS): chmluj@nus.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Ang Kah Wee (NUS): kahwee.ang@nus.edu.sg
Zhang Hua (NTU): HZhang@ntu.edu.sg

Graphene and 2D materials symposium will cover the following topics

  1. 2D Materials Growth and Characterization
  2. 2D Devices and Process Technologies
  3. New Chemical and Physical Properties
  4. Novel Applications (Electronics, Photonics, Energy Related Applications)
Energy conversion and storage materials: batteries, solar cells, fuel cells, electro-catalysis, photo-catalysis

Chair
Fan Hongjin (NTU): FANHJ@ntu.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Yeo Boon Siang Jason (NUS): chmyeos@nus.edu.sg
Alex Yan Qingyu (NTU): alexyan@ntu.edu.sg

The symposium of Energy conversion and storage materials is aimed to bring scientists in the materials and electrochemical energy area to interact and discuss the recent advances and challenges. It aims to promote the interaction and new idea generation to push forward the research in the electrochemical community. Research areas will include various types of batteries (Li ion and beyond), supercapacitors, solar cells, fuel cells and electro-catalysis. We cordially invite you to participate in the event and look forward to meeting you soon.

Surface chemistry and  catalysis

Chair
Chen Wei (NUS): chmcw@nus.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Wang Li (NCU): liwang@ncu.edu.cn
Zhu Junfa (USTC): jfzhu@ustc.edu.cn

This symposium is aimed to highlight recent advances in the fundamental understanding of surface chemical and physical processes related to catalysis, energy, functional materials and devices.  In particular, we will emphasise the events happening on various surgaces and interfaces including metal, metal oxide, nanocrystals, semiconductors and layered 2D materials.  This symposium will cover the following sub-topics:

  • On-surface synthesis of functional organic and inorganic nanostructures
  • Interface-controlled catalysis for energy and environmental research
  • Surface engineering, functionalisation and molecular self-assembly
  • Surface Science applied to energy conversion and storage
  • Surface nanotechnology and devices
  • Recent advances in surface characterisation tools
Organic electronics and nanoelectronics

Chair
Zhang Qichun (NTU): qczhang@pmail.ntu.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Ouyang Jianyong (NUS): mseoj@nus.edu.sg

Symposium write-up- TBC

Catalysis for Sustainability

Chair
Yan Ning (NUS): ning.yan@nus.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Zhang Yugen (IBN): ygzhang@ibn.a-star.edu.sg

Symposium write-up – TBC

Chemical sensing, bio-imaging and chemical biology

Chair
Xing Bengang (NTU): Bengang@ntu.edu.sg
Co-Chairs
Chng Shu Sin (NUS): chmchngs@nus.edu.sg

Symposium write-up – TBC

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