Workshop Details
Molecular Rotors, Motors, and Switches
06/26/2018 - 06/30/2018
Meeting Description:

The control of dynamic systems at the molecular 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:

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.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING THIS CONFERENCE BUT HAVE NOT RECEIVED AN INVITATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS BEFORE REGISTERING.

The registration fee includes five breakfasts, a BBQ picnic on Wednesday night, and an unlimited amount of coffee and snacks.

Invited speakers for 2018:

David Amabilino (University of Nottingham)
Ivan Aprahamian (Dartmouth College)
Dean Astumian (University of Maine)
Scott Cockroft (University of Edinburgh)
Zvonimir Dogic (Brandeis University)
Miguel Garcia-Garibay (UCLA)
Rainer Herges (University of Kiel)
Feihe Huang (Zhejiang University)
Jan Jeppesen (University of Southern Denmark)
Jiri Kaleta (Czech Academy of Sciences)
Youngmi Kim (Kyung Hee University)
David Leigh (University of Manchester)
Stephen Loeb (University of Winsdor)
Eric Masson (Ohio University)
Daigo Miyajima (RIKEN)
Francisco Raymo (University of Miami)
Rachel O'Reilly (University of Warwick)
Francesco Ricci (University of Rome)
Oren Scherman (University of Cambridge)
Edith Sevick (Australian National University)
J. Fraser Stoddart (Northwestern University)
Charles Sykes (Tufts University)
Ben Zhong Tang (Hong Kong University of Science & Technology)
Nobuyuki Tamaoki (Hokkaido University)
Dirk Trauner (New York University)
Sander Wezenberg (University of Groningen)

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Telluride CO 81435

Molecular Rotors, Motors, and Switches Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Amabilino, David University of Nottingham
Aprahamian, Ivan Dartmouth College
Astumian, Dean University of Maine
Baroncini, Massimo University of Bologna
Bissette, Andrew Nature Research
Borsley, Stefan The University of Edinburgh
Cockroft, Scott L. University of Edinburgh
Cooper, James Northwestern University
Credi, Alberto Universita' di Bologna
Dogic, Zvonimir UCBS
Eagling, Robert Cell Press
Feng, Yuanning Northwestern University
Flood, Amar Indiana University
Garcia-Garibay, Miguel UCLA
Herges, Rainer University of Kiel
Jack, Michael Otago University
Jacquemin, Denis University of Nantes - CEISAM Laboratory
Jeppesen, Jan Oskar University of Southern Denmark
Kaleta, Jiri Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of
KIm, Youngmi Kyunghee University
Klajn, Rafal Weizmann Institute of Science
Kristensen, Rikke University of Southern Denmark
Kumar, Mohit ASRC, CUNY
Leigh, David University of Manchester
Leung, Franco King Chi University of Groningen
Liu, Yun University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Loeb, Stephen University of Windsor
Martinez-Bulit, Pablo University of Windsor
Masson, Eric Ohio University
Miyajima, Daigo RIKEN
Moscatelli, Alberto Nature Nanotechnology
Parks, Fred Indiana University
Qiao, Bo MIT
Qiu, Yunyan Northwestern University
Ricci, Francesco University of Rome Tor Vergata
Roy, Indranil Northwestern University
Sato, Mitsuru TOK
Scherman, Oren University of Cambridge
Sevick, Edie The Australian National University
Shao, Baihao Dartmouth College
Stoddart, Fraser Northwestern University
Sykes, Charles Tufts University
Tamaoki, Nobuyuki Hokkaido University
Tang, Ben Zhong The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Trauner, Dirk NYU
Turowski, Michal University of Colorado
Wang, Feng University of Science and Technology of China
Wang, Zhaoyu The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Wezenberg, Sander Stratingh Institute for Chemistry
Wu, Guanglu University of Cambridge
Zhao, Wei Indiana University Bloomington


   

   

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