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2nd From Carbon-Rich Molecules to Carbon-Based Materials Conference

07 Jun 2018 - 10 Jun 2018

Nassau, Bahamas

Synopsis

This interdisciplinary conference will provide unique “fusion” opportunities for chemists, physicists and engineers having various backgrounds but sharing passion and interests in carbon-only or carbon-rich molecules and carbon-based materials. It will allow a diverse group of scientists from all over the globe to discuss the current challenges, needs and prospects of this quickly-evolving multidisciplinary field.

The major focus areas will range from newly designed methods of chemical synthesis, characterization, and structure determination of carbon-rich molecules and carbon-based materials to measurements of their functional properties and investigations into their potential practical applications. The types of carbon-rich molecules include (but are not limited to) π-bowls and π-baskets, carbon nanohoops, nanobelts and short segments of carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, graphene, graphene nanoribbons, and full-length nanotubes. This forum is designed to promote excellence in research and education and to facilitate the interchange of new information among a broad community of scientists.

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Student Offer

Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity for students! Register an academic at the earlybird rate of $1,823 and bring a student for only $850. Unfortunately, Postdocs are not eligible. Both registration packages include; accommodation for the 07, 08, 09 June 2018 (on a shared basis for students) and a 24hour all-inclusive food and beverage package for the conference period. Once registered, please contact Meredith Willmott (Meredith@fusion-conferences.com) to obtain a special registration link for your student.

Confirmed Plenary Speakers

Luis Echegoyen (University of Texas-El Paso)
BUCKYBALL MARACAS: NEW ENDOHEDRAL FULLERENE STRUCTURES, REACTIVITY AND MECHANISTIC ASPECTS

Miguel Garcia-Garibay (University of California, Los Angeles)
AMPHIDYNAMIC MATERIALS AS MOLECULAR MACHINES: DIPOLAR ARRAYS AND MESOSCALE ARCHITECTURES

Mark Hersam (Northwestern University)
SURFACE AND INTERFACE ENGINEERING OF VAN DER WAALS HETEROSTRUCTURES

Kenichiro Itami (Nagoya University)
EXPLORING MOLECULAR NANOCARBON SCIENCE

Colin Nuckolls (Columbia University)
TWISTACENES, HELICENES, AND MACROCYCLES AS OPTOELECTRONIC MATERIALS

Confirmed Invited Speakers 

Valentine Ananikov (Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry)

Igor Alabugin (Florida State University)
ALKYNE ORIGAMI: FOLDING OLIGOALKYNES INTO POLYAROMATICS 

Graham Bodwell (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A BRIDGE-EATING STRATEGY FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF SMALL, STRAINED CYCLOPHANES

Wesley Chalifoux (University of Nevada)
ALKYNE BENZANNULATIONS TO ACCESS A BROAD SCOPE OF LARGE NANOGRAPHENE STRUCTURES

Juan Casado (University of Málaga)
OLIGORYLENE NANOGRAPHENES AND X-SHAPE MULTIRADICALOID MOLECULES: STRUCTURAL INSIGHTS FROM RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY

Max von Delius (University of Ulm)
UNLEASHING THE SUPRAMOLECULAR POTENTIAL OF [10]CYCLOPARAPHENYLENE

Roman Fasel (EMPA)
ON-SURFACE SYNTHESIS OF GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS: FROM MOLECULES TO DEVICES

Felix Fischer (University of California, Berkeley)
BAND ENGINEERING AND QUANTUM CONFINEMENT EFFECTS IN GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS

Aiko Fukazawa (Nagoya University)
EXPLORING NEW SULFUR-CONTAINING pi-SKELETONS FOR FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS

Nancy Goroff (Stony Brook University)

Daniel Gryko (Institute of Organic Chemistry)
PYRROLO[3,2-B]PYRROLES – ELECTRON-RICH FUNCTIONAL HETEROCYCLES

Malika Jeffries-EL (Boston University)
CROSS-CONJUGATED ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORS - THE REMIX

Qian Miao (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
TOWARD NEGATIVELY CURVED CARBONS

Katherine Mirica (Dartmouth College)
POROUS SCAFFOLDS FOR ELECTRONICALLY-TRANSDUCED CHEMICAL SENSING AND CAPTURE

Jean-François Morin (Université Laval)
MECHANOCHEMICAL FORMATION OF BIRADICALS IN ANTHANTHRONE DERIVATIVES

Jean-François Nierengarten (University of Strasbourg)
MECHANOCHEMICAL FORMATION OF BIRADICALS IN ANTHANTHRONE DERIVATIVES

Henrik Ottosson (Uppsala University)
RELATING THE TRIPLET STATE BAIRD AROMATICITY OF THE MACROCYCLE TO THAT OF THE MONOCYCLE

Kyle Plunkett (Southern Illinois University)
CONJUGATED POLYMERS VIA CYCLOPENTANNULATION STRATEGIES

Shu Seki (Kyoto University)
CARBON-BASED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS AND INTERFACES: NON-CONTACT APPROACH

Natalia Shustova (University of South Carolina)
GRAPHITIC WELL-DEFINED MATERIALS

Ivo Starý (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry)
HELICALLY CHIRAL AROMATICS: TOWARDS FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS AT NANOSCALE

J. D. Tovar (Johns Hopkins University)
PHOTON MANAGEMENT IN PI-CONJUGATED PEPTIDIC SUPRAMOLECULAR POLYMERS

Rik Tykwinski (University of Alberta)
ACENE OLIGOMERS TO STUDY THE MECHANISM OF SINGLET FISSION

Latha Venkataraman (Columbia University)
ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN SINGLE-MOLECULE CIRCUITS

Yan Xia (Stanford University)
STREAMLINED SYNTHESIS OF POLYCYCLIC CONJUGATED HYDROCARBONS CONTAINING ANTIAROMATIC CYCLOBUTADIENOIDS AND TUNING OF THEIR PARATROPICITY

Haiping Xia (Xiamen University)
CARBOLONG CHEMISTRY: TOWARDS UNPRESEDENTED Π-CONJUGATED SYSTEMS

Alex V. Zabula (University of Pennsylvania)
MULTI-ELECTRON CHARGING OF CORANNULENE: STRUCTURAL STUDIES

 

 

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Report

The 2nd ‘From Carbon-Rich Molecules to Carbon-Based Materials’ Conference took place at the Melia Nassau Beach Resort in Nassau, Bahamas on 7–10 June 2018. This interdisciplinary meeting provided unique “fusion” opportunities for chemists, physicists and engineers having various backgrounds but sharing passion and interests in carbon-rich molecules and carbon-based materials. Returning conference chair Marina A. Petrukhina (University of Albany) was ably assisted by new co-chair Michael M. Haley (University of Oregon). The co-chairs assembled in Nassau a group of scientists ranging from graduate students (16% of the attendees) and young assistant professors to world-recognized leaders in the field. The 59 attendees came from all over the globe—USA, Canada, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Japan, Czech Republic, France, Sweden, Russia, China, Poland, Germany, Taiwan and Denmark—to discuss the current challenges, needs and goals of this quickly-evolving interdisciplinary field. Talks (41) and posters (15) at the 2018 meeting focused on areas ranging from new designed methods of chemical synthesis, characterization, and structure determination of carbon-rich molecules and carbon-based materials to measurements of their functional properties in devices and on surfaces and investigations into their potential breadth of practical applications as new materials.

I am absolutely impressed with the outstanding event you have made! First of all, excellent scientific program. This is the best conference on this topic I have ever attended. Next, is the highest level of organization. Congratulations to your successful Fusion efforts! – Valentine Ananikov

Day one kicked off with a spectacular plenary talk from Kenichiro Itami (Nagoya University) on “molecular nanocarbon science” in which he discussed the synthesis and properties of several “holy grail” molecules, such as the first synthesis of a purely hydrocarbon, fully conjugated nanobelt. As the initial speaker, Itami set the bar at a high scientific level, and the following seven invited talks delivered in a similar fashion. Topics ranged from alkyne origami and on-surface synthesis of graphene nanoribbons to singlet fission in acene oligomers and negatively curved carbon topologies. It is worth noting that we did not have “themed” sessions within the meeting, as we believe intermixing the topics keeps attendance up.

Day two featured plenaries from Mark Hersam (Northwestern University) and Miguel Garcia-Garibay (University of California, Los Angeles). Hersam discussed surface and interface engineering of two-dimensional heterostructures, including emerging efforts targeting synthetic 2D materials (e.g., borophene) that do not exist as layered systems in the bulk. Garcia-Garibay presented the latest results from his group’s studies on dynamic molecular machines/gyroscopes. Using specialized NMR techniques, Garcia-Garibay and his students are able to predict/model molecular motion in the solid state. In addition to the two plenary lectures, day two featured nine invited and three contributed talks. These lectures covered areas such as donor-acceptor cruciforms, organometallics with only carbon-rich ligands, diradicaloids, nanographenes, to mention just a few of the diverse topics covered.

The meeting was really great. A lot of good science, good friends and a very pleasant atmosphere, I really enjoyed it” – Jean-François Nierengarten

Day three’s plenary lecture from Luis Echegoyen (University of Texas at El Paso) discussed a number of endohedral fullerene derivatives which used the nanocages to trap unique small metal units that are never observed outside of such a confined environment. These metals also promoted the formation of unique fullerene structures, ones that would never be observed without the presence of the metal (e.g., pentalene-containing fullerenes). The subsequent eight invited and two contributed talks continued to illustrate the breadth of the carbon-themed conference, with topics discussing both planar (porphyrins, benzocoronenes, pyrrolopyrroles) and curved (corannulenes, sumanenes, cyclophanes, CPPs) carbon-rich structures, whether as single molecules or as polymeric materials. The 90-minute poster session ended the day’s scientific program. As with the talks, the quality of the student posters was quite strong, making it a tough task for the poster judges to decide the award winners. Despite the threat of rain, the gala dinner and awarding of the poster prizes went off without a hitch.

Day four’s plenary lecture from Colin Nuckolls (Columbia University) presented many new non-planar/twisted/curved molecules containing electron-accepting oligorylene diimides for use in organic electronics. Nuckolls not only showed the synthesis of these unique molecules, but also reported remarkably high power conversion efficiencies when using them in perovskite-based organic solar cells. Although attendance was notably lighter on the last day, all remaining attendees were quite engaged for the final three invited and four contributed talks.  The co-organizers wrapped up the conference shortly after noon.

“It has been a fantastic 4 days, filled with highly useful scientific discussion. This community is truly the best.” Jean-François Morin

Congratulations to the poster prize winners:

Fusion Conferences

  • Dominik Lungerich (University of Erlangen-Nuremburg)
  • Max Martin (University of Erlangen-Nuremburg)
  • Garvin Peters (Johns Hopkins University)
  • Linda Bannwart (University of Basel)

Material Chemistry Frontiers

  • Samuel Peurifoy (Columbia University
  • Henrik Gotfredsen (University of Copenhagen)

Journal of Material Chemistry A

  • Nicholas Blelloch (Dartmouth College)

Journal of Material Chemistry C

  • Youzhi Xu (University of Ulm)

Material Horizons

  • Justin Dressler (University of Oregon)

We sincerely thank the RSC journals listed above for being our media partners. The meeting was expertly organized by Meredith Willmott, who was a joy to work with. We acknowledge Laura Trundle and her team at Fusion Conferences, Ltd. for their helpful interactions with the organizers and participants. Both organizers have heard nothing but strongly positive, even glowing, comments from a number of the participants.  This was one of the smoothest run conferences the organizers have been involved with!

Programme

THURSDAY 7TH JUNE 2018

14:00 – 14:50

Registration & Reception

14:00 – 14:45

Group Welcome Lunch

Session Chairs: Michael Haley and Marina Petrukhina

14:50 – 15:00

Opening Comments

15:00 – 15:45

Plenary: Kenichiro Itami
Nagoya University, Japan

EXPLORING MOLECULAR NANOCARBON SCIENCE

15:45 – 16:15

Igor Alabugin
Florida State University, USA

ALKYNE ORIGAMI: FOLDING OLIGOALKYNES INTO POLYAROMATICS

16:15 – 16:45

Latha Venkataraman
Columbia University, USA

ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN SINGLE-MOLECULE CIRCUITS

16:45 – 17:15

Roman Fasel
ETH, Switzerland

ON-SURFACE SYNTHESIS OF GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS: FROM MOLECULES TO DEVICES

17:15 – 17:45

Refreshments

Session Chairs: Wesley Chalifoux

17:45 – 18:15

Natalia Shustova
University of South Carolina, USA

GRAPHITIC WELL-DEFINED MATERIALS

18:15 – 18:45

Rik Tykwinski
University of Alberta, Canada

ACENE OLIGOMERS TO STUDY THE MECHANISM OF SINGLET FISSION

18:45 – 19:15

Jean-François Nierengarten
University of Strasbourg, France

FULLERENE AND PILLAR[5]ARENE SCAFFOLDS FOR THE PREPARATION OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS

19:15 – 19:45

Qian Miao
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

TOWARD NEGATIVELY CURVED CARBONS

19:45

Dinner

FRIDAY 8TH JUNE 2018

07:00 – 08:30

Breakfast

Session Chair: Lawrence Scott

08:30 – 09:15

Plenary: Mark Hersam
Northwestern University, USA

SURFACE AND INTERFACE ENGINEERING OF VAN DER WAALS HETEROSTRUCTURES

09:15 – 09:45

Malika Jeffries-EL
Boston University, USA

CROSS-CONJUGATED ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORS - THE REMIX

09:45 – 10:15

Haiping Xia
Xiamen University, China

CARBOLONG CHEMISTRY: TOWARDS UNPRECEDENTED Π-CONJUGATED SYSTEMS

10:15 – 10:35

Justin Dressler
University of Oregon, USA

DIRADICAL INDENOFLUORENES AND DERIVATIVES: ACCESS TO THREE UNIQUE ELECTRONIC STATES

10:35 – 11:10

Refreshments & Group Photo

11:10 – 11:40

Katharine Mirica
Dartmouth College, USA

POROUS SCAFFOLDS FOR ELECTRONICALLY-TRANSDUCED CHEMICAL SENSING AND CAPTURE

11:40 – 12:10

Felix Fischer
UC Berkeley, USA

BAND ENGINEERING AND QUANTUM CONFINEMENT EFFECTS IN GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS

12:10 – 12:40

Valentine Ananikov Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, RAS, Russia

CARBON MATERIALS FOR CATALYSIS AND ORGANIC SYNTHESIS

12:40 – 16:30

Lunch & Free Time

13:00 – 16:00

Group Activity: Snorkeling (signups required in advance)

Session Chair: Yan Xia

16:30 – 17:00

Nancy Goroff
Stony Brook University, USA

RODS AND LADDERS: POLYYNES AS CARBON-RICH STARTING MATERIALS

17:00 – 17:30

Jean-François Morin
Université Laval, Canada

MECHANOCHEMICAL FORMATION OF BIRADICALS IN ANTHANTHRONE DERIVATIVES 

17:30 – 18:00

Wesley Chalifoux
University of Nevada, USA

ALKYNE BENZANNULATIONS TO ACCESS A BROAD SCOPE OF LARGE NANOGRAPHENE STRUCTURES

18:00 – 18:30

Shu Seki
Kyoto University, Japan

CARBON-BASED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS AND INTERFACES: NON-CONTACT APPROACH

18:30 – 19:00

Refreshments

19:00 – 19:45

Plenary: Miguel Garcia-Garibay
UCLA, USA

AMPHIDYNAMIC MATERIALS AS MOLECULAR MACHINES: DIPOLAR ARRAYS AND MESOSCALE ARCHITECTURES

19:45 – 20:05

Michel Frigoli
University of Paris-Saclay, France

LOW BANDGAP BIS-TETRACENE-BASED ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORS EXHIBITING AIR STABILITY, HIGH AROMATICITY AND MOBILITY

20:05 – 20:25

Jun Zhu
Xiamen University, China

CARBON-RICH LIGANDS: STRUCTURE, BONDING AND AROMATICITY

 

20:25

Dinner

SATURDAY 9TH JUNE 2018

07:00 – 08:30

 Breakfast

Session Chair: Irena Stara

08:30 – 09:15

Plenary: Luis Echegoyen
University of Texas at El Paso, USA

BUCKYBALL MARACAS: NEW ENDOHEDRAL FULLERENE STRUCTURES, REACTIVITY AND MECHANISTIC ASPECTS

09:15 – 09:45

J. D. Tovar
Johns Hopkins University, USA

PHOTON MANAGEMENT IN PI-CONJUGATED PEPTIDIC SUPRAMOLECULAR POLYMERS

09:45 – 10:10

Norbert Jux
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

PORPHYRINS AND HEXABENZOCORONENES – A FRUITFUL CARBON-RICH LIAISON

10:10 – 10:35

Toru Amaya
Osaka University, Japan

SYNTHESIS AND COORDINATION CHEMISTRY OF Π-BOWLS BASED ON SUMANENE

10:35 – 11:05

Refreshments

11:05 – 11:35

Kyle Plunkett
Southern Illinois University, USA

CONJUGATED POLYMERS VIA CYCLOPENTANNULATION STRATEGIES

11:35 – 12:05

Daniel Gryko
Institute of Organic Chemistry, PAS, Warsaw, Poland

PYRROLO[3,2-B]PYRROLES – ELECTRON-RICH FUNCTIONAL HETEROCYCLES

12:05 – 16:00

Lunch & Free Time

Session Chair: Kyle Plunkett

16:00 – 16:30

Aiko Fukuzawa
Nagoya University, Japan

EXPLORING NEW SULFUR-CONTAINING pi-SKELETONS FOR FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS

16:30 – 17:00

Graham Bodwell
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A BRIDGE-EATING STRATEGY FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF SMALL, STRAINED CYCLOPHANES

17:00 – 17:30

Yan Xia
Stanford University, USA

STREAMLINED SYNTHESIS OF POLYCYCLIC CONJUGATED HYDROCARBONS CONTAINING ANTIAROMATIC CYCLOBUTADIENOIDS AND TUNING OF THEIR PARATROPICITY

17:30 – 18:00

Max von Delius
University of Ulm, Germany

UNLEASHING THE SUPRAMOLECULAR POTENTIAL OF [10]CYCLOPARAPHENYLENE

18:00 – 18:30

Alexander Zabula
University of Pennsylvania, USA

MULTI-ELECTRON CHARGING OF CORANNULENE: STRUCTURAL STUDIES

18:30 – 20:00

Poster Session & Refreshments

20:30

*Gala Dinner & Poster Awards*

SUNDAY 10TH JUNE 2018

07:00 – 08:10

Breakfast

Session Chair: Katherine Mirica

08:10 – 08:30

Chih-Hsiu Lin
Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

NOVEL SYNTHETIC APPROACHES TO PENTACENE SKELETON- TEMPLATE ASSISTED ANNULATION AND RING CONTRACTION

08:30 – 09:15

Plenary: Colin Nuckolls
Columbia University, USA

TWISTACENES, HELICENES, AND MACROCYCLES AS OPTOELECTRONIC MATERIALS

09:15 – 09:45

Ivo Starý
Institute of Organic Chemistry, CAS, Prague, Czech Republic

HELICALLY CHIRAL AROMATICS: TOWARDS FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS AT NANOSCALE

09:45 – 10:15

Henrik Ottosson
University of Uppsala, Sweden

RELATING THE TRIPLET STATE BAIRD AROMATICITY OF THE MACROCYCLE TO THAT OF THE MONOCYCLE

10:15 – 10:35

Dmitry Peryshkov
University of South Carolina, USA

CARBORANE CLUSTER ARCHITECTURES FEATURING MULTIPLE METAL-BORON INTERACTIONS

10:35 – 11:05

Refreshments

Session Chairs: Michael Haley and Marina Petrukhina

11:05 – 11:35

Juan Casado
University of Malaga, Spain

OLIGORYLENE NANOGRAPHENES AND X-SHAPE MULTIRADICALOID MOLECULES: STRUCTURAL INSIGHTS FROM RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY

11:35 – 11:55

Eugenia Pérez-Ojeda
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

TUNABLE FULLERENE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR HYBRID ALLOTROPE COMINATION AND THEIR SUPRAMOLECULAR ASSEMBLY

11:55 – 12:15

Xiao-Ye Wang
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany

OBO-FUSED PLANAR NANOGRAPHENES AND NONPLANAR DOUBLE HELICENES

12:15 – 12:30

Closing Comments

 

Speakers

Plenary Speakers

  • Prof. Luis Echegoyen
    Professor, The University of Texas at El Paso
  • Prof. Kenichiro Itami
    Professor, Nagoya University
  • Prof. Miguel Garcia-Garibay
    Professor, UCLA
  • Prof. Mark Hersam
    Professor, Northwestern University
  • Prof. Colin Nuckolls
    Sheldon and Dorothea Buckler Professor of Material Science, Columbia University

Invited Speakers

  • Prof. Igor Alabugin
    Cottrell Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University
  • Prof. Nancy Goroff
    Professor, Stony Brook University
  • Dr. Felix Fischer
    Assistant Professor, UC Berkeley
  • Prof. Qian Miao
    Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Prof. Dr. Roman Fasel
    Head nanotech@surfaces Laboratory, Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
  • Prof. Latha Venkataraman
    Professor, Columbia University
  • Prof. Kyle Plunkett
    Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University
  • Prof. Dr. Aiko Fukazawa
    Associate Professor, Nagoya University
  • Dr. Ivo Stary
    senior researcher, Inst. Org. Chem. Biochem. CAS
  • Dr. Graham Bodwell
    Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Prof. Dr. Max von Delius
    Professor, University of Ulm
  • Prof. Daniel Gryko
    professor, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Assist. Prof. Katherine Mirica
    Assistant Professor, Dartmouth College
  • Prof. J. D. Tovar
    Professor, Johns Hopkins University
  • Dr. Alexander V. Zabula
    research chemist, University of Pennsylvania
  • Assist. Prof. Yan Xia
    Assistant Professor, Stanford University
  • Prof. Haiping Xia
    Professor, Xiamen University
  • Prof. Jean-Francois Morin
    Professor, Universite Laval
  • Prof. Malika Jeffries-EL
    Associate Professor, Boston University
  • Prof. Dr. Wesley Chalifoux
    Assistant Professor, University of Nevada, Reno
  • Prof. Dr. Rik Tykwinski
    Professor, University of Alberta
  • Assist. Prof. Natalia Shustova
    Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina
  • Prof. Henrik Ottosson
    Assoc. Prof., Uppsala University
  • Prof. Dr. Shu Seki
    Professor, Kyoto University
  • Prof. Juan Casado
    professor, University of Málaga
  • Dr. Jean-François Nierengarten
    Directeur de Recherche CNRS, Université de Strasbourg et CNRS
  • Prof. Valentin Ananikov
    Prof., Lab Head, Russian Academy of Sciences, Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry

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