Congratulations to the winners of the Journal of Materials Chemistry B poster prize at the 13th International Conference on Materials Chemistry (MC13). The poster prize was awarded to Rosie Jarrald, Scott Bird, Joanna Galloway, Andrea Rawlings, Graham Leggett and Sarah Staniland from the University of Sheffield, UK for their poster titled: “Production of magnetic nanoparticle arrays on surfaces from solution using top-down patterning and bottom-up biotemplating for future nanodevices”.
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Many congratulations to Luke Hedley and Diego Rota Martir for winning the Journal of Materials Chemistry C poster prizes and to Georgina Shillito and Isaac Etchells for winning the Dalton Transactions poster prizes at the Applications of Photoactive Coordination Compounds conference.
31 July to 3 August 2017; Pasadena, CA, USA
The Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, CA will be hosting the annual International Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT) between 31 July and 3 August 2017. This Conference is the 36th in the series of international conferences on thermoelectrics that provides a global forum for presentations and information exchange on the latest emerging thermoelectric technology. This conference series began in 1976 in Arlington, Texas, USA and since 1988, has been held in various countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas, where most of the activities in thermoelectrics research are located.
3rd Molecules and Materials for Artificial Photosynthesis Conference, 02-05 March 2018, Cancun, Mexico
The replacement of fossil fuels by a clean and renewable energy source is one of the most urgent and challenging issues our society is facing today, which is why intense research is devoted to this topic recently. Nature has been using sunlight as the primary energy input to oxidize water and generate carbohydrates (a solar fuel) for over a billion years. Inspired, but not constrained, by nature, artificial systems can be designed to capture light and oxidize water and reduce protons or other organic compounds to generate useful chemical fuels. Significant progress has been made recently in artificial photosynthesis based on molecular chemistry and material science. However, developments in these two areas have occurred more independently than what is perhaps desired. In the present meeting, we will bring together researchers in these two scientific communities to explore possible synergistic effects of “fusion” between molecular and materials systems.
Heinz Frei (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Osamu Ishitani (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Can Li (DICP, China)
Kirk Schanze (University of Texas at San Antonio)
Early-bird Registration Deadline– 15th September
Please visit the Conference Website for the full speaker list and registration details.
Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre / Dubai World Trade centre 4-6 December 2017
Abstract Submission Deadline: 15 June 2017
Early Bird Registration deadline: 21 September 2017
The Nanotech Middle East 2017 will present focused sessions and workshops/tutorials to harness the academic and business awareness on the nanotechnology topics that are most related to the needs and requirements of the regions. A full list of these focused sessions can be found on the conference website.
Example topics include: Nanotech for Water Technologies, Nanotech for Oil and Gas, Nanotech for Energy, Nanotech for buildings and construction and Nanotech for corrosion protection
From its origin as Nanotech Dubai, the event has grown to become the Nanotech Middle East 2017 Exhibition and Conference to be held in the state-of-the-art venue, Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre (DICEC) / Dubai World Trade centre from 4 to 6 December 2017.
Nanotech Middle East 2017 conference will present a very comprehensive scientific program highlighting the latest topics and covers all frontier topics in nanotechnology. The conference includes plenary lectures and invited talks by eminent personalities from around the world in addition to contributed papers both oral and poster presentations. It brings together leading scientists, researchers, engineers, practitioners, technology developers and policy makers in nanotechnology to exchange information on their latest research progress, innovation and business opportunities. It’s among the most important events in terms of international regulatory policies and it’s opened to the participation of private companies. It’s unique venue for companies to promote equipment and technology.
The Nanotech Middle East 2017 exhibition is the gateway to the emerging and far reaching nanotechnology market in the MENASA region. A wide-ranging products, equipment and services will be displayed. A number of practical and interactive activities will run alongside the exhibition halls.
Strasbourg on 22-26 August 2017
Chairs: Alberto Bianco & Paolo Samorì
The 1st European Conference on Chemistry of Two-Dimensional Materials (Chem2DMat) will cover all areas related to 2D materials’ chemistry spanning their synthesis as well as their functionalization, using covalent and non-covalent approaches, for composites, foams and coatings, membranes, (bio-) sensing, (electro- and photo-) catalysis, energy conversion, harvesting and storage, electronics, nanomedicine, biomaterials, with sessions on the following themes:
- Synthesis, processing and multiscale characterization
- Bottom-up growth
- Covalent and non-covalent functionalization
- Synthetic two-dimensional materials
- Design of 3D functional materials from layered systems
The conference website is open for registration and abstract submission.
Submit abstract by: June 15th
Online registration deadline: July 31st
The 1st Applications of Photoactive Coordination Compounds conference, a preconference of the 22nd International Symposium on the Photophysics and Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds, will be held July 5th to the 7th in St Andrews, UK.
The conference website is open for registration and abstract submission. Final registration closes June 15th
The conference boasts a series of internationally renowned plenary and invited speakers:
Stefan Bernhard (Carnegie Mellon)
Luisa De Cola (Université de Strasbourg)
Ifor Samuel (University of St Andrews)
Kirk Schanze (University of Florida)
Chihaya Adachi (Kyushu University)
Paola Ceroni (University of Bologna)
Yun Chi (National Tsing Hua University) Garry Hanan (University of Montreal)
Masako Kato (University of Hokkaido)
Max Massi (Curtin University)
Eric Meggers (Philipps-Universitat Marburg)
Jerry Meyer (University of North Carolina)
Ken Sakai (Kyushu University)
Mark Thompson (University of Southern California)
H.1 Symposium on Advances in Organic and Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials for Electronics and Photonics at XXVI International Materials Research Congress (IMRC 2017), August 20-25, 2017, Cancún, México
The Sociedad Mexicana de Materiales (SMM) will be hosting the XXVI International Materials Research Congress
(IMRC 2017) in Cancún, México, August 20-25, 2017. At XXVI IMRC 2017, Professor Peter J Skabara, Deputy Editor-in-Chief and Chair of the Journal of Materials Chemistry C, is one of the organizers of the H.1 Symposium on Advances in Organic and Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials for Electronics and Photonics.
The H.1 symposium will focus on an interdisciplinary approach where chemistry, physics and material engineering are combined to address the fundamental and practical aspects of organic optoelectronic materials and their integration in electronic and photonic devices.
FINAL REGISTRATION DEADLINE: June 30th 2017
Right picture: Professor Peter J Skabara, Deputy Editor-in-Chief and Chair of the Journal of Materials Chemistry C, and organizer of the H.1 Symposium at XXVI IMRC 2017
SHIFT 2017 International Conference will provide a cutting-edge multidisciplinary platform to gather recent achievements by foremost researchers leading the way for spectral shaping of light to be a future key technology, from photovoltaics, photocatalysis, artificial photosynthesis and solar fuels generation to photodynamic cancer therapy, nano-thermometry and bio-imaging. Attendees will include representatives from industry, academia and the government who share common objectives both in fundamental science and in commercial applications of various spectral-shaping materials and devices. SHIFT 2017 is also a strategic opportunity for companies to establish and encourage international collaborations in a gathering with many relevant top-leading researchers in the luminescence and spectroscopy field.
Attendees will be able to meet some of the technology-based companies and scientific divisions in the Canary Islands in the fields of photonics for imaging and biomedical applications. Additionally, there will be the opportunity to visit important large scientific facilities at Tenerife like ITER Renewal Energy Institute of Tenerife and IAC Astrophysics Institute of Canary Islands.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION (Available for posters. All requests for oral will be subject to confirmation by the Organizing Committee due to the overwhelming response and number of oral contributions received)
REGISTRATION (with late fee)
Many congratulations to Kiran Parmar from the University of Leeds for his poster “Integration of hydrothermal carbonisation with anaerobic digestion; Opportunities for valorisation of digestate”,
Patrizia Stutzenstein from the Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research in Germany for her poster “Engineered Organo-Mineral Particles for long-term Carbon Sequestration in Soil” and Monika Bosilj from the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems in Germany for her poster “Catalyst Supported on Hydrothermal Carbons & their Derivatives” for their Journal of Materials Chemistry A poster prize wins at the Symposium on Hydrothermal Carbon Materials which took place on the 3rd – 4th April 2017, London, UK.
The 1st International Symposium on Hydrothermal Carbonisation brought together scientists, engineers and technologists from across academia and industry to learn about and debate the latest advances in hydrothermal carbon. The programme composed of ONE SINGLE session accompanied by poster sessions over two days aimed at promoting collaborations and stimulate discussions including a set of keynote lectures focused on different applications of hydrothermal carbon materials ranging from bioenergy to agriculture and advanced materials for energy applications and catalysis.