Lectures&Seminars
Lecture by Associate Professor Fernan...
Title:High-symmetry MOFs as matrices for organic-based substitutional solid solution functional materialsLecturer:Associate Professor Fernando J. Uribe-RomoTime:3:00 p.m., Dec 18th,2019(Wednesday)Place:Conference Room 210, Chemistry Building(West) Abstract:Preparation of stable, organic-based substitutional solid solutions (SSS) with tunable properties is hindered–among other factors–b...
Lecture by Professor Xihe Bi(Dec 5, 2...
Title:Silver-catalyzed activation and reaction of organic moleculesLecturer:Professor Xihe Bi (Northeast Normal University)Time:3:30 p.m., Dec 5th,2019(Thursday)Place:Room 326, Chemistry Building(South
Lecture by Associate Professor Jun Hu...
Title:Advanced Characterzation of Nanocatalysts for Sustainable processesLecturer:Associate Professor Jun Huang (University of Sydney, Director of Nanomaterials in Sydney Nano Centre)Time:3:00 p.m., Dec 5th,2019(Thursday)Place:VIP Room at 1st floor, Chemistry Building(West) ​Abstract:Silica-alumina materials, particularly crystalline zeolites and amorphous silica-alumina (ASA), are amon...
Lecture by Researcher Chuanjiang Qin ...
Title:Exciton regulation of high-efficiency quasi-two-dimensional perovskite light-emitting diodesLecturer:Researcher Chuanjiang Qin(Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)Time:9:00-11:00 a.m., Dec 3rd,2019(Tuesday)Place:VIP Room at 1st floor, Chemistry Building(West
Lecture by Professor Xiaopeng Li (Dec...
Title:Pushing the Limits of Coordination-Driven self-Assembly: Construction of Giant 2D and 3D Supramolecular ArchitecturesLecturer:Professor Xiaopeng Li(University of South Florida)Time:9:00-11:30 a.m., Dec 3rd,2019(Tuesday)Place:Conference Room 210, Chemistry Building(West)​Abstract:Due to its highly directional and predictable feature, coordination-driven self-assembly has evolved in...
Lecture by Prof. Gregory F. Payne (No...
Title:Electrochemistry to Enable an Information Processing Approach to Chemical AnalysisLecturer:Prof. Gregory F. Payne (University of Maryland, College Park)Time:Nov 19th,2019(Tuesday) 16:00Place:Room 326, Chemistry Building(South) Abstract:Advances in information processing transformed our lives in the last half century: today, most of us will have at least one electronic device with ...
Lecture by Dr. Guosheng Wu (Nov 22, 2...
Title:Drug Molecular Design Driven by Artificial Intelligence and Physical Chemistry: Common Problems and Case AnalysisLecturer:Dr. Guosheng Wu(Vice President of Computational Drug Discovery, Pharmaron)Time:Nov 22nd,2019(Friday) 15:30Place:Academic Report Hall 508, Chemistry Building(North)
Lecture by Researcher Wenxin Niu (Oct...
Title:Looking for the beauty of art at the nanoscale - a synthetic chemistry study of the nanostructures of strontiumLecturer:Researcher Wenxin Niu (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)Time:Oct 24th,2019(Thursday) 9:00-11:00Place:Conference Room 210, Chemistry Building(West)
Lecture by Prof. Min Chul Suh (Oct 24...
Title:The Effect of Interface Mixing in Solution Processed OLEDsLecturer:Prof. Min Chul Suh (Kyung Hee University)Time:Oct 24th,2019(Thursday)10:30-12:00Place:VIP Room, Chemistry Building(West)Abstract:Solution processed OLED have recently attracted a great deal of attention because it enables a low cost manufacturing. However, this process may cause lots of problems in material selectio...
Lecture by Prof. Jang Hyuk Kwon (Oct ...
Title:Highly Efficient Blue Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Emitters Based on Rigid Donor and Acceptor MoietiesLecturer:Prof. Jang Hyuk Kwon (Kyung Hee University)Time:Oct 24th,2019(Thursday) 9:00-10:30Place:VIP Room, Chemistry Building(West)Abstract:Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) utilizing thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) materials are very promising due t...
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