S50 Rational design of multifunctional luminescent molecules and theirs applications to coordination chemistry

Conference building 1F, Meeting Room 1

Date: August 1(Day), August 2(AM)

Organizers
Professor Muriel Hissler, University of Rennes, France
Associate Professor Wai-Ming Kwok, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Professor Akio Ojida, Kyushu University, Japan
Associate Professor Manabu Sugimoto, Kumamoto University, Japan
Associate Professor Keith Man-Chung Wong, Southern University of Science and Technology, China

Keynote Speakers

Chantal Daniel, University of Strasbourg, France


Denis Jacquemin, University of Nantes, France


Kenneth Kam Wing Lo, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


Mark E Thompson, The University of Southern California, USA



Keywords of the session

Luminescent, Probe, Material, Bio-analytical, Bio-chemistry


Scope of the session

This session aims to gather the photochemists and scientists all over the world working on luminescent molecules with multifunctions for their fundamental studies and potential applications. An ideal forum will be provided for those researchers with a wide range of specialist interests to have an opportunity for sharing and discussing their recent frontier findings with each other. This session covers multi-disciplinary topics on rational designed luminescent molecules, including probes, chemosensors, light-emitting materials, their computational and spectroscopic studies, as well as the biological and energy related applications to coordination chemistry.