Nanoschool 2011 - Madeira Island, Portugal

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Nanoschool 2011 - Madeira Island, Portugal

Time: October 10, 2011 at 3:15pm to October 14, 2011 at 5pm
Location: University of Madeira, Centro de Química da Madeira
Street: Campus da Penteada
City/Town: Funchal
Website or Map: http://cqm.uma.pt
Event Type: short, course
Organized By: Centro de Química da Madeira/ Prof. João Rodrigues
Latest Activity: Oct 4, 2011

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Event Description

The French Professor Jean-Pierre Sauvage, will be our guest in this year edition of the Nanoschool "From chemical topology to cages and molecular machines: the transition metal approach".

 

Topics:

1st lecture:  Chemical topology

2nd lecture:  Powerful techniques based on transition metal
centres used as three-dimensional templates for generating entanglements and interlocking
ring systems (catenanes).

3rd lecture: Cages and capsules,
molecular knots, multi-interlocking rings

Last lecture: Molecular machines and motors.


In the day 12 of October, Professor Jean-Pierre Sauvage will present an Open Talk, titled "Multicomponent Transition Metal Complexes: From Charge Separation to Light-Driven Molecular Machines"


Further information available at our web site: http: http://cqm.uma.pt


Dead line for registration and payment: 6 of October

 

Web address for registration: http://tinyurl.com/nanoschool2011

 

IMPORTANT: The organization does not provide any grants to attend this event!

Interested applicants must support entirely the cost of their own participation in the Nanoschool (registration, travel and
lodgment). Nevertheless, we have a limited number of rooms, a cheap price, available in the students residence  for applicants outside of Madeira Island, Portugal.

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