Modern Physical Chemistry for Advanced Materials (MPC'07)
|Event Date/Time: Jun 26, 2007||End Date/Time: Jun 30, 2007|
|Registration Date: Nov 01, 2006|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 15, 2006|
|Abstract Submission Date: Dec 01, 2006|
|Paper Submission Date: Jun 01, 2007|
Nikolai IZMAILOV (1907 – 1961), outstanding Soviet chemist, head of the Physical Chemistry Department at Kharkiv University. In 1938 he invented the thin layer chromatography. Izmailov contributed a lot to chemical thermodynamics and theory of equilibria in electrolyte solutions; developed significantly the theory of glass electrode; forwarded greatly the physical-chemical analysis; formulated the basic principles of sorption from solutions; was one of the pioneers in application of radioactive indicators.
The main emphasis will be on the contribution of physical chemistry into the modern material science. Oral and poster presentations will be organized around the following main topics:
physical chemistry of true and organized solutions (thermodynamics; physico-organic chemistry; electrochemistry; spectroscopic methods);
supramolecular chemistry, nanochemistry, microreactors, macromolecules, sensors;
physical chemistry of interfaces; chromatography; catalysis; hybrid materials;
theoretical methods in modeling molecules and molecular assemblies; computer synthesis; design of materials.
Official Language: English
One-page abstracts will be published in the Proceedings that will be available to participants on arrival. The participants will have a possibility to submit their contributions presented at the conference to scientific journals. For the present the list of journals includes Journal of Molecular Liquids, Kharkiv University Bulletin (Chemical Series), Functional Materials and FARMAKOM. It is expected to be enlarged. The papers will be reviewed according to the routine procedure.
International Scientific Committee:
Christian Amatore (France) - Chairman
Nikolay Mchedlov-Petrossyan (Ukraine) - Co-Chairman
Noriaki Funasaki (Japan)
Yoshitaka Gushikem (Brazil)
Roger Guilard (France)
Alexander Ishchenko (Ukraine)
Alexander Korobov (Ukraine)
Eiji Osawa (Japan)
Christian Reichardt (Germany)
Vitaly Yatsimirsky (Ukraine)
Yuriy Zolotov (Russia)
International Organizing Committee:
Anatoliy Popov (Ukraine) - Chairman
Vil Bakirov (Ukraine) - Co-Chairman
Josef Barthel (Germany)
Masashi Hojo (Japan)
Yuriy Kholin (Ukraine)
Jacek Klinowski (Great Britain)
Armand Lattes (France)
Lidiya Loginova (Ukraine)
Sergey Shtykov (Russia)
Aslan Tsivadze (Russia)
Christian AMATORE (France) ''Ultramicroelectrodes and biology of the living cells and living tissues: “good” and “Bad” Sides of Oxidative Stress''
Ihor FRITSKY (Ukraine) ''Design and functional properties of new nanostructure magnetic materials on the base of polynuclear metal complexes''
Noriaki FUNASAKI (Japan) ''Physical chemistry and applications of cyclodextrin''
Masashi HOJO (Japan) ''Elucidation of specific ion-association in non-aqueous solution environments''
Roger GUILARD (France) ''From macrocycle chemistry towards the elaboration of nanomaterials''
Yoshitaka GUSHIKEM (Brazil) ''Synthesis and applications of functionalized silsesquioxane polymers thin films dispersed on organic and inorganic matrix surfaces''
Alexander ISHCHENKO (Ukraine) ''Photonics and molecular design of dye-doped polymers for modern light-sensitive materials''
Huba KALÁSZ (Hungary) ''Planar chromatography and beyond''
Vitaly KALCHENKO (Ukraine) ''Supramolecular complexes of phosphorus-containing calixarenes''
Douglas KLEIN (USA) ''Defects and their properties in graphitic nanostructures''
Jacek KLINOWSKI (Great Britain) ''Discovering new crystal architectures''
Armand LATTES (France) ''Organized molecular systems as reaction media: a green alternative to the phase transfer catalysis''
Eiji OSAWA (Japan) ''Nanodiamond – King of nanocarbons''
Christian REICHARDT (Germany) ''Pyridinium N-phenolate betaine dyes as empirical indicators of solvent polarity: some new findings''
Yuriy TARASENKO (Ukraine) ''Amphoterity of active coals''
Yuriy TARASEVICH with D.A. Krysenko, V.E. Polyakov (Ukraine) ''Complex calorimetric and sorption-analytical investigation of ion exchange equilibria in natural zeolites''
Erno TYIHAK with E. Mincsovics, Gy. Katay, Zs. Kiraly-Veghely, A.M. Moricz, P.G. Ott (Hungary): ''BioArena: unlimited possibility of biochemical interactions in adsorbent layer after TLC/OPLC separation''
Aslan TSIVADZE (Russia) ''Supramolecular machines''
Alain WALCARIUS (France) ''Electrochemistry of mesoporous silica films''
Vladimir ZAITSEV (Ukraine) ''Porous silicon for analytical devices''
Located in the eastern part of Ukraine, Kharkiv has quite a lot to offer to visitors, and the weather at the end of June is usually favourable for sightseeng. It is the second city of Ukraine after Kiev with the population of about 1.5 million.
Convenient and good-quality accommodation is available in hotels near the University. For young participants some rooms in the students hostel will be provided.
Kharkiv has direct air and train connection with a number of foreign countries. Also, there is regular train and bus connection with the main Ukrainian international airport Borispol.
At the moment, no visa is required for citizens of the USA, Schengen and NIS countries.
Now there are more than 40 higher schools and 30 research institutions in Kharkiv. But V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, without reserve, occupies a peculiar place among them. With its 200-years history, it is the oldest University in Ukraine with deep traditions and dynamic present. Chemistry has been teaching in the University from the very first day of its existence, and it was within its walls that the very first course of lectures on physical chemistry was introduced by Professor N.N. Beketov as early as in 1865.