S26 Metallo-Supermolecules & Metal Containing Polymers

Exhibition building, Meeting Room 3

Date: August 1(Day)

Organizers
Professor Hiroshi Nishihara, Department of Chemistry, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Group Leader Masayoshi Higuchi, Electronic Functional Macromolecules Group National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Professor Kimihisa Yamamoto, Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
President and Vice-Chancellor Alaa S. Abd-El-Aziz, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Professor Didier Astruc, Member of the Institut Universitaire de France, University of Bordeaux, Groupe Nanosciences Moleculaire, France
Professor Wai-Yeung Wong, Raymond, Department of Applied Biology & Chemical Technology The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Didier Astruc, Institut Universitaire de France, University of Bordeaux, Groupe Nanosciences Moluculaires, France


Prof. Mitsuhiko Shionoya, The University of Tokyo, Japan


Prof. Dr. Alaa S. Abd-El-Azi, University of Prince Edward Island, CANADA



Keywords of the session

Metallosupermolecule, Metal containing polymer, Macuromolecular Metal-complex


Scope of the session

The last few years have brought a boom in the area of metal-containing material systems, both in supramolecular and polymer chemistry as well as nanoscience. Besides advanced knowledge on metallopolymers regarding synthesis, characterization and physicochemical property have been apparent. Moreover, recently a growing interest in the application of these materials can be seen. Potential applications are identified in the areas of smart or intelligent materials, systems with elector-photo-chemical properties, nanoscience, as well as materials with thermal and mechanical properties. This session covers the wide range of metal-containing polymers and materials from the world-leading groups. The topics of this session include design, synthesis, characterization as well as selected applications.