Information

Data: 2019, Nov. 28th (Thu)-29th (Sat)

Venue: Tokyo Metropolitan University, Akihabara Satellite Campus
(Akihabara Dai Bldg., 12F)
(首都大学東京 秋葉原サテライトキャンパス、秋葉原ダイビル12階)

Chair: Ken-ichi Sugiura, Tokyo Metropolitan University

The International Symposium on Circularly Polarized Luminescence and the Related Phenomena (ISCPL) 2019 will take place. This symoisium will bring together researchers to discuss the most recent innovations in CPL and related phenomina. The symposium will include Plenary Lecture, invited talks and poster presentations.

Program (28 November, 2019)

09:30-09:40  Opening Remarks, Ken-ichi Sugiura (TMU)

Chairperson: Kazunori Tsubaki (Kyoto Prefectural University)

09:40-10:00 Invited Lecture
Yoshitane Imai (Kindai University)
“Excimer circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) from chiral organic luminophore”

10:00-10:20 Invited Lecture
Masashi Hasegawa (Kitasato University)
“Synthesis and chiroptical properties of stereogenic cyclic oligonaphthalenes”

10:20-10:40 Invited Lecture
Hajime Shigemitsu (Osaka University)
“Circular polarized luminescence induced by multivalent pyrenes assembly on a cyclodextrin”

10:40-11:00 Invited Lecture
Hiroyuki Nishikawa (Ibaraki University)
“Development of Organic Light Emitting Diodes Using Aggregation-Induced Enhanced Circularly Polarized Luminescent Perylene Diimides”

(11:00-11:15 Coffee Break)

Chairperson: Yoshitane Imai (Kindai University)

11:15-11:35 Invited Lecture
Keita Tani (Osaka Kyoiku University)
“Optical Resolution and Chiroptical Properties of Partially Overlapped [3.3](3,9)Carbazolophanes”

11:35-12:35 Plenary Lecture
Gilles Muller San Jose State University
“Usefulness and Awareness of the Use of the Circularly Polarized Luminescence Spectroscopic Technique”

12:35-12:45 Invited Lecture
Short Presentation for Poster

(12:45-13:45 Lunch)

13:45-14:35 Poster Presentation



Chairperson: Hiroyuki Nishikawa (Ibaraki University)

14:35-15:15 Plenary Lecture
Michiya Fujiki (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
“Emerging CPL-/CD-signals from non-charged CPL-/CD-silent molecules endowed with non-charged terpene and mono-/polysaccharide chirality”

15:15-15:30 Invited Lecture
Tamaki Nakano (Hokkaido University)
“Synthesis and Chiroptical Properties of Helical Polyurethanes”

15:30-16:00 Invited Lecture
Kenji Matsuda (Kyoto University)
“Control over the Emission Properties of Helicenes by Controlling Orbital Symmetry and Energy Levels”

(16:00-16:15 Coffee Break)

Chairperson: Kazuo Akagi (Ritsumeikan University)

16:15-16:55 Plenary Lecture
Reiko Kuroda (Chubu University)
“How a single gene twist a snail?”

16:55-17:40 Plenary Lecture
Ga-Lai Law (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
“Transcending our polarised world - CPL molecules”

18:00- Party (TBA)



Program (29 November, 2019)

Chairperson: Shigeyuki Yagi (Osaka Prefecture University)

09:30-10:00 Invited Lecture
Kazuto Takaishi (Okayama University)
“Evolving fluorophores into circularly polarized luminophores with a chiral naphthalene tetramer”

10:00-10:30 Invited Lecture
Tsuyoshi Kawai (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
“Enhanced CPL capability of condensed organicand coordination substances”

10:30-11:00 Invited Lecture
Takashi Hirano (The University of Electro-Communications)
“Recent advances in fundamental chemistry of bio- and chemiluminescence”

(11:00-11:15 Coffee Break)

Chairperson: Michiya Fujiki (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)

11:15-12:15 Plenary Lecture
Sergio Abbate (Universita degli Studi di Brescia)
“Revamping CPL spectroscopy: a few contributions to experiments and theory from the group of Brescia”

(12:15-13:15 Lunch)

Chairperson: Masashi Hasegawa (Kitasato University)

13:30-13:50 Invited Lecture
Shigeyuki Yagi (Osaka Prefectural University)
“Phosphorescent Organometallic Complexes Aimed at Fabrication of Electroluminescent Devices”

13:50-14:10 Invited Lecture
Kazunori Tsubaki (Kyoto Prefectural University)
“CPL Properties of Dye-connected Oligonaphthalenes”

14:10-14:30 Invited Lecture
Taro Tsubomura (Seikei University)
“CPL spectra of copper complexes and related issues for the measurements”

14:30-14:50 Invited Lecture
Takafumi Shiraogawa (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
“Theoretical Design of Photofunctional Molecular Aggregates for Chiroptical Properties: An Inverse Design Approach”

14:50-15:10 Invited Lecture
Keiji Hirose (Osaka University)
“Synergetic Approaches to Amplifications of Both Enantioselectivity And Sensitivity of Chiral Sensors Based on Pseudo-18-Crown-6 Ether - Amine System”

(15:10-15:25 Coffee Break)

Chairperson: Reiko Kuroda (Chubu Unubuiversity)

15:25-16:05 Plenary Lecture
Kazuo Akagi (Ritsumeikan University)
“Synthesis and Chiroptical Properties of Helical Conjugated Polymers”

16:05-16:45 Plenary Lecture
Giovanna Longhi (Universita degli Studi di Brescia)
“Useful information on molecular twisted conjugated systems and on mesoscopic aggregates from combined CD and CPL spectroscopies”

16:45- Closing Remarks
Sergio Abbate




Getting to "TMU Satellite Campus, Dai Bldg., Akihabara"

From JR Akihabara Station
1 minute's walk from "Akihabara Electric Town Exit (電気街口)"

Akihabara Sta. has many exits. Please go to the Grand Floor when you get off JR train, and find "Akihabara Electric Town Exit (JP Pronounce: Akihabara Denki Gai Guchi, 電気街口)" on a yellow signage. Then, you can see Dai-biulding (Daibiru) in the front.

Akihabara (秋葉原) is one of the most famous electric district in the wourld. It is also famous place for Japanese popculture including subculture such as manga, anime, and games (known as Otaku Culture). Also, there are many electronics shops of large PC retailers and shops as well as particular electronic parts (junks). For additional details, please see web site of Tokyo Sightseeing Guide.



Contact Address

Chair: Ken-ichi Sugiura
Tel: +81-42-677-2550 
E-mail: sugiura_at_porphyrin.jp

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