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ECPC-2017 Poster Prize Winners!

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics would like to say a big congratulations to the winners of the poster prizes at this year’s European Conference on Physical Chemistry (ECPC-2017).

PCCP sponsored two prizes at the conference and these were awarded to Natalia Esteves-López and Federico Dapiaggi. Congratulations to both!

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RSC Poster Prize Winners at Bunsentagung 2017

The 116th General Assembly of the German Bunsen Society for Physical Chemistry took place between 25-27 May 2017, at the Technische Universität Kaiserslautern in Germany.

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP) Executive Editor Anna Simpson was at the event and presented the winners of the Poster Award with their certificates during the Closing Ceremony on Saturday 27 May 2017. This year’s winners were:

Michael Erkelenz
Universität Duisburg-Essen/D
“Synthesis and Characterization of Small Gold Nanorods for Cellular Uptake by Neutrophil Granulocytes”
Vasileios Balos
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz/D
“Hofmeister Effects in aqueous Oligopeptide solutions: The Termini matter for Guanidinium salts”
Jan Neumann
Universität Rostock/D
“A Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of Like-Charged Hydrogen Bonding in Ionic Liquids”
Matthias Klein
TU Kaiserslautern/D
“Infrared spectroscopic investigations of N2 adsorbed to cold Rhodium Iron alloy cluster cations”
Corinna Stumm
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
“Electro-catalytic CO Oxidation on UHV- Prepared Pt/Co3O4(111) Model Catalysts Studied by Electrochemical Infrared Reflection Absorption Spectroscopy”
René Dallinger
Freie Universität Berlin/D
“Investigation of iron and silicon oxide formation in single levitated micro droplets by Raman and X-Ray fluorescence spectroscopy”
Ann-Kathrin Froin
TU Dortmund
“Entwicklung und Charakterisierung selbst-schwimmender Mikrokapseln mit biologischem Vorbild”
Ann-Katrin Baumann
Universität Kiel/D
“Sub-Monolayer NIR-ew-CRD Spectroscopy: Picosecond Versus Continuous Wave Laser Excitation”
Jessica Kräuter
Universität Oldenburg/D
“Adsorption of acetone on TiO2 rutile(110)”

Back row, L-R: Anna Simpson, René Dallinger, Matthias Klein, Michael Erkelenz , Vasileios Balos, Markus Gerhards
Front row, L-R: Uwe Nickel, Jan Neumann, Ann-Kathrin Froin, Corinna Stumm, Jessica Kräuter, Ann-Katrin Baumann

Congratulations to each of the winners!

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2017 PCCP – Chemical Society of Japan Prizes

PCCP are delighted to announce the winners of the 2017 PCCP Prizes for Outstanding Achievement of Young Scientists in Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics. These were awarded  at a prize ceremony held at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan on the 16th March in Tokyo, Japan.  The winners each received a commemorative book and a PCCP Prize certificate.

 

From left: Prof. Yasuhiro Iwasawa (University of Electro-Communications, former CSJ president, founder of PCCP-CSJ award); Prof. Ryou Kubota (prize winner); Prof. Kenta Mizuse (prize winner); Prof. Miho Hatanaka (prize winner); Prof. Hisashi Yamamoto (Chubu University, Current CSJ President); Sarah Thomas (RSC Program Manager); Robert Parker (RSC Chief Executive Officer); Hiromitsu Urakami (RSC Manager, Japan); Prof. Mitsuo Sawamoto (Kyoto University)

(1) Dr. Ryou Kubota
Assistant Professor

Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University  
Artificial Regulation and Imitation of Living Systems based on Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry

 

(2) Dr. Kenta Mizuse
Assistant Professor
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Department of Chemistry, School of Science
“Direct imaging study of gas-phase ultrafast molecular dynamics using a newly developed space-slice ion imaging technique”

 

(3) Dr. Miho Hatanaka
Assistant Professor

Department of Chemistry,
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Kindai University
Theoretical Study of the Lanthanide Chemistry: structural fluctuation, catalytic ability, and luminescence

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XLIV Congress of the Division of Physical Chemistry of the Italian Chemical Society

PCCP was pleased to support the XLIV Congress of the Division of Physical Chemistry of the Italian Chemical Society which took place in Naples from the 20th – 23rd September 2016.

The following were winners of the PCCP sponsored Poster Prizes.

Winner name Institution Poster title
Massimo Bernareggi University of Milan Temperature effects on the photocatalytic hydrogen production with Cu-Pt containing TiO2 materials
Ilaria Fortunati University of Padua Determination of FRET efficiency through fluorescence lifetime analysis using Cameleon sensors in HeLa cells
Livia Giotta University of Salento A mediatorless photoelectrochemical cell based on LIFT-immobilized Reaction Centers for the amperometric detection of herbicides
Rosario Oliva University of Naples Federico II The effect of DMSO on the thermotropic properties of cholesterol-containing DPPC liposomes

For more information please visit the conference website.

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19th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Theoretical Chemists

PCCP were pleased to support the 19th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Theoretical Chemists took place on 23rd – 25th May 2016 at Waseda University, Japan.

Official award name

Best Presentation Award Supported by PCCP

Award Winner

Kento Kasahara

Poster title

A theory of diffusion controlled reactions in polyatomic molecule system

 

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University of California Symposium for Chemical Sciences, 21 – 23 March 2016

PCCP were pleased to support the University of California Symposium for Chemical Sciences which took place from 21 – 23 March 2016 at UCLA Lake Arrowhead conference centre.

The conference was envisioned to follow a Gordon GRS-style format comprised of oral and poster presentations by graduate students and postdocs. They customised the program to serve the interests of UC students by including workshops on research presentation, publication and career preparation. The conference broadly encompassed all areas of chemistry, including biological, organic, inorganic, analytical and physical chemistry.

Charles Ruiz, with his winning poster “Incorporation of Amphiphilic PAMAM Dendrimers in Supported Lipid Bilayers to Enhance Stability and Functionalization”

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2016 PCCP – Chemical Society of Japan Prizes

PCCP are delighted to anounce the winners of the 2016 PCCP Prizes for Outstanding Achievement of Young Scientists in Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics. These were awarded by Hiromitsu Urakami (Royal Society of Chemistry Japan Representative) at a prize ceremony held at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan 0n 25th March in Kyoto, Japan.  The winners each received a commemorative book and a PCCP Prize certificate.

Back row, from left; Prof. Kazuyuki Kuroda (Waseda University) / CSJ Head of Vice President, Prof. Naoto Chatani (Osaka University) CSJ Vice President, Mr. Nobuyuki Kawashima CSJ Executive Director. Front row, from left; Prof. Ito – PCCP award winner, Prof. Suda – PCCP award winner, Prof. Yasuhiro Iwasawa (The University of Electro-Communications)、Prof. Muratsugu – PCCP award winner and Hiromitsu Urakami, RSC

(1) Dr. Yoshikazu Ito, Assistant Professor
World Premier International Research Center Initiative (WPI)
Advanced Institute for Materials (AIM Research) Tohoku University
“Physical and Chemical Properties of High Quality Three Dimensional Nanoporous Graphene”

(2) Dr. Satoshi Muratsugu, Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University
“Preparation, In situ Characterization, and Functionalization of Catalyst Surfaces by the Immobilization and Coordination Control of Multi-Metallic Complexes”

(3) Dr. Masayuki Suda, Assistant Professor
Institute for Molecular Science
Research Center of Integrative Molecular Systems (CIMoS)
“Light-induced superconductivity in an organic strongly-correlated material using a photoactive electric double layer”

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Inaugural ECS North West UK Symposium – 10th February 2016

This is the first event of the newly formed ECS North West UK Student Chapter, which was founded with the intention of providing a student organised forum to improve links between researchers in electrochemistry within institutions in the North West of the UK.  

There will be refreshments provided between the two talks, followed by a student poster session, with a poster prize sponsored by PCCP, and wine reception.

Please register here by January 29th. We recommend that attendees to display a poster of their work at the event. Those who wish to do so should select this option when registering. Poster titles should be emailed to the organisers by Wednesday 3rd February.

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International Symposium on Relations between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis -ISHHC17

The 17th International Symposium on Relations between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis (ISHHC17), was held at Utrecht University between 12th-15th July, 2015. The opening ceremony took place in the Dom church in the city centre, with plenary lectures given by Professor Robert Schlögl (Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Germany) and Professor Jan van Hest (Radboud University, the Netherlands).

Catalysis Science & Technology and PCCP were proud to sponsor two poster prizes during the event. These were awarded to Amanda E. Anderson (Christopher J. Baddeley and Paul A. Wright) of EaStCHEM School of Chemistry, University of St. Andrews (UK) for her poster, ‘Immobilization of Nanoparticles in Metal Organic Frameworks for Tandem Catalysis’; and to Pim Huat Phua (Boon Ying Tay, Cun Wang, Ludger Paul Stubbs) of Institute of Chemical and Engineering Science (A*STAR) (Singapore), for his poster, ‘Hydrogenation of Levulinic acid to γ-valerolactone: Homogeneous vs Heterogeneous Catalysis’.

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Bunsentagung 2015 – Poster Prize Winners

The 114th General Assembly of the German Bunsen Society for Physical Chemistry, Bunsentagung 2015, was held on 14-16th May 2015 in Bochum, Germany. PCCP were proud to award 16 poster prizes that were presented by Professor Joachim Sauer of Humboldt University of Berlin (pictured).

Bunsentagung 2015 Poster Prize Winners:

Vasileios Balos, MPI for Polymer Research, Mainz/D

Andre Fielicke, TU Berlin/D

Stefan Frittmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/D

Norah Heinz, Universität zu Köln, Germany

Max Kauer, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D

Dr Tilman Kottke, Universität Bielefeld/D

Bastian Kruger, Universität Göttingen/D

Svenja Maria Janke, Universität Göttingen/D

Jessica Luck, Helmholtz-Institut Ulm für elektrochemische Energiespeicherung/D

Dr Hubertus Marbach, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/D

Dr Konrad Meister, FOM Institute AMOLF, Amsterdam/NL

Suraj Naskar, Universität Hannover/D

Ibrahim Sadiek, Universität Kiel/D

Dominik Spiegel, Universität Düsseldorf/D

Anke Stamm, TU Kaiserslautern/D

Banu Yesilyurt, Universität Köln/D

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