Workshop Details
Molecular Rotors, Motors, and Switches
06/30/2014 - 07/04/2014
Meeting Description:

The control of dynamic systems at the molecular nanoscale level and the design of molecular motors, rotors, and switches are highly timely and essential for the development of complex functional molecular systems. Fundamental understanding of
these phenomena forms the basis for the design of nanosystems, responsive materials, and ultimately, nanomachines.

Notes:

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Thirty leaders in the field will present invited lectures and there will be ample time for discussions. Each of these speakers is encouraged to bring a junior scientist or two who can present a poster, and about half a dozen of these will be asked to make a brief oral presentation. All participants pay their own expenses. Attempts to raise some funds to facilitate the participation of junior scientists are underway.

INVITED SPEAKERS

Takuzo Aida / The University of Tokyo
Dean Astumian / The University of Maine
David Amabilino / Institut de Cincia de Materials de Barcelona
Ivan Aprahamian / Dartmouth College
Patrick Batail / Universit d'Angers
Jose Bern / Universidad de Murcia
Chuan-Feng Chen / Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences
Sheng-Hsien Chiu / National Taiwan University
Jacqui Cole / University of Cambridge
Alberto Credi / Universita di Bologn
Ben Feringa / University of Groningen
Amar Flood / Indiana University
Miguel Garcia-Garibay / UC-Los Angeles
Nicolas Giuseppone / University of Strasbourg
Hiroyuki Isobe / Tohoku University
Rafal Klajn / Weizmann Institute of Science
Hirohiko Kono / Tohoku University
Stephen Loeb / University of Windsor
Josef Michl / University of Colorado and Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Massimo Olivucci / Bowling Green State University
Gwnal Rapenne / CEMES-CNRS and University of Toulouse
Charles Rogers / University of Colorado at Boulder
Oren Scherman / University of Cambridge
Wataru Setaka / Tokyo Metropolitan University
Edith Sevick / Australian National University
Fraser Stoddart / Northwestern University
Charles Sykes / Tufts University
Onno van den Boomen / University of Nijmegen
Paul Weiss / University of California, Los Angeles
Itamar Willner / The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 W. Colorado Telluride CO 81435

Molecular Rotors, Motors, and Switches Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Abo-Hamed, Enass University of Cambridge
Amabilino, David Institut de Ciencia de Materials de Barcelona
Aprahamian, Ivan Dartmouth College
Astumian, Dean University of Maine
Astumian, Dean University of Maine
Benson, Christopher Indiana University Dept. of Chemistry
Berna, Jose Universidad de Murcia
Bruns, Carson Northwestern University
Chen, Chuan-Feng Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Science
Chen, Jiawen University of Groningen
Cheng, Chuyang Northwestern University
Chiu, Sheng-Hsien National Taiwan University
Credi, Alberto Universita\' di Bologna
Feringa, Bernard University of Groningen
Flood, Amar Indiana University
Frederick, Esther Princeton University
Garcia-Garibay, Miguel University of California, Los Angeles
Georgeson, Joseph Weizmann Institute of Science
Kaleta, Jiri Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
Kaletova, Eva Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
Klajn, Rafal Weizmann Institute of Science
Kono, Hirohiko Tohoku University
Olivucci, Massimo Bowling Green State uNiversity
Rapenne , Gwenael CNRS CEMES
Rodriguez Molina, Braulio National Autonomous University of Mexico
Sevick, Edie The Australian National University
Sim, Seunghyun University of Tokyo
Sykes, Charles Tufts University
Tung, Shun-Te National Taiwan University
van den Boomen, Onno Radboud University Nijmegen
Weiss, Paul S. UCLA
Willner, Itamar The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Yamagishi, Hiroshi The University of Tokyo

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