SCIENTIFIC THEMES/SPEAKERS

SCOPE/TOPICS:

  • Fluorine as a Modulator
  • New Synthetic Approach to Fluoroorganic Compounds
  • Enantioselective Syntheses
  • Fluorous Chemistry
  • New Polymers/Surfactants and Properties
  • Drug Design
  • Biomedicine and Agricultural
  • Amino Acids and Peptides

SPEAKERS (final list):

Plenary Speakers:

  • Takahiko AKIYAMA, Gakushuin University (Japan): Enantioselective Synthesis of Fluorinated Compounds by Means of Chiral Phosphoric Acid
  • Petr Beier, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry ( Czech Republic):Nucleophilic and Radical Fluoroalkyl Group Transfer
  • Santos Fustero, University of Valencia (Spain): Fluorinated Derivatives Mediated by Transition Metals
  • Jinbo Hu, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (China): Mechanism-Based Interconversions Between Fluoroolefination and Fluoroalkylation
  • Beate Koksch, Freie Universität (Germany): Fluorine’s specialities in peptide and protein environments
  • Bruno Linclau, University of Southampton (United Kingdom): The influence of fluorination on molecular properties: hydrogen bonding, lipophilicity and fluorinated carbohydrates
  • Gerd-Volker Röschenthaler, Jacobs University (Germany): Carbene complexes with main group element fluorides. Syntheses and applications
  • Carsten Tschierske, Martin-Luther-Universität (Germany): Perfluorinated Chains as a Tool for the Design of Liquid Crystalline Soft Matter with Increased Structural Complexity

Invited Speakers:

  • Guillaume Berthon, Syngenta (Switzerland): The Importance of Fluorine in the Design of Biologically Active Compounds
  • Thierry Billard, Université de Lyon (France): Trifluoromethanesulfenamides: New reagents for direct S-CF3 bond formation
  • Stefan Bräse, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany): Novel (per)fluoroalkylation methods
  • Thomas Braun, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany): C-F, C-H and S-F Bond Activations of Fluorinated Compounds at Rhodium(I) Complexes
  • Michelle C. Y. Chang, University of California Berkeley (USA): Synthetic Biology Approaches to New Fluorine Chemistry
  • Alexander D. Dilman, Zelinskii Institute of Organic Chemistry (Russia): New approach for the synthesis of compounds containing CF2 fragment
  • Véronique Gouverneur, Oxford University (United Kingdom): Fluorine Radiochemistry: from Basic to Clinic
  • Yong Guo, Shangai Institute of Organic Chemistry (China): The Construction of Fluorinated (and trifluoromethylated) Quaternary Carbon Center by Pd-catalyzed Asymmetric Allylic Alkylation
  • Takeshi Hanamoto, Saga University (Japan): Fluorinated vinyl sulfonium salts and their synthetic applications
  • Junji Ichikawa, University of Tsukuba (Japan): Metal-Catalyzed C–F Bond Activation via β-Fluorine Elimination
  • Nikolai Ignatiev, Merck KGaA (Germany): What we can gain combining Phosphorus and Fluor
  • Marie-Pierre Krafft, Université de Strasbourg (France): Fluorine in soft matter science: pH-Sensitive microbubbles— Droplets moving synchronously on water
  • Krishna Kumar, Medford Tufts (USA): Molecular Design, Imaging and Stabilization of Therapeutic Constructs
  • Vincent Ladmiral, Université de Montpellier (France): Strategies towards well-defined fluoropolymer architectures. Alternating functional fluoropolymers and ITP of trifluoroethylene
  • Jennifer A. Love, University of British Columbia (Canada): Transition metal-catalyzed synthesis of fluorocarbons
  • Jun-An Ma, Tianjin University (China): The Chemistry of 2,2,2-trifluorodiazoethane (TFDE)
  • Emmanuel Magnier, Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin (France): New tools for electrophilic and nucleophilic fluorination process
  • Yasushi Matsumura, AGC Chemicals, Asahi Glass Co. (Japan): Design, synthesis and development of novel fluorinated prostanoids as new therapeutic agents
  • Koichi Mikami, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan): New Frontier in Fluorine Chemistry
  • Pavel K. Mykhailiuk, Enamine Ltd (Ukraine): CF3CHN2 and C2F5CHN2: Underestimated reagents in organic synthesis
  • Iwao Ojima, Stony Brook Universit (USA): Strategic Incorporation of Fluorine into Novel Anti-TB Agents and Anticancer Drug Conjugates for Preclinical Drug Development
  • Xavier Pannecoucke, INSA de Rouen (France): Recent insight in the synthesis of difluorinated biomolecules : from carbohydrates to heterocycles
  • Jean-François Paquin, University of Laval (Canada): Revisiting the Use of Fluoride as a Leaving Group
  • Feng-Ling Qing, Shangai Institute of Organic Chemistry (China): Oxidative Trifluoromethylthiolation Reactions
  • Qilong Shen, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (China): Electrophilic Reagents for Trifluoromethylthiolation
  • Norio Shibata, Nagoya Institute of Technology (Japan): Thalidomide and Its Chirality: A Question is Whether Thalidomide is Stereospecifically Teratogenic
  • Vadym Soloshonok, University of Basque Country (Spain): Chemistry of (S)- and (R)-N-tert-butylsulfinyl-3,3,3-trifluoroacetaldimines
  • Mikiko Sodeoka, Riken Advanced Science Institute, (Japan): Transition Metal-catalyzed Trifluoromethylation Reactions
  • Tibor Soos, Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry of Budapest (Hungary): Superstable Pd(0) Catalyst: Stabilization Gained from Attractive Ligand-Ligand Interactions between Trifluoromethylated Aryl Rings
  • G. K. Surya Prakash, University of Southern California (USA): Nucleophilic Trifluoromethylation- A Mechanistic Enquiry
  • Giancarlo Terraneo, Politecnico di Milano (Italy): Fluorinated (Metal)-Organic Frameworks Self-Assembled via Halogen Bond: Architectures and Properties
  • Dean Toste, University of California (USA): Catalytic Enantioselective Carbon-Flourine Bond Formation
  • Nicolas Tsapis, Université Paris Sud (France): Nanocapsules of perfluorooctyl bromide as theranostic agents: formulation and in vivo evaluation
  • David Vicic, Lehigh University (USA): New Reagents for (CF2)n Transfer and the Construction of Fluoroalkyl-Containing Rings
  • Jean-Pierre Vors, Bayer S.A.S. (France): Magic Fluorinated Heterocycles in crop protection. Special focus on fungi respiration inhibitors
  • Adelina Vallribera, Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona (Spain): Fluorous Azo, Anthraquinone and Triphenylmethane Reactive Dyes for Superhydrophobic Cotton