January 18 (Thu) January 19 (Fri) Posters


Manish Chhowalla
University of Cambridge
Van der Waals Contacts on Two Dimensional Semiconductors
Luisa De Cola
University of Milan
Supramolecular Nanomaterials Responsive to Physical and Biological Inputs
Takuji Hatakeyama
Kyoto University
Development of Multiple Resonance Emitters
Yasuhiro Ishida
Life-like Materials with Anisotropy, Autonomy, and Polarity
Yoshihiro Iwasa
Electrical Control of Quantum Phase of Matter
Nicholas Kotov
University of Michigan
Chirality and Complexity of Self-Assembled Nanostructures
Mark J. MacLachlan
The University of British Columbia
Responsive Materials from the Assembly of Cellulose Nanocrystals
Yong-Jin Pu
Design of Inverted Singlet and Triplet Excited States in Organic Molecules
Takamasa Sakai
The University of Tokyo
Precision Gel Science: Exploring Biomedical Frontiers
Joachim Spatz
Max Planck Institute for Medical Research
Matter to Life: Bottom-Up Assembly of Synthetic Cells
Natalie Stingelin
Georgia Institute of Technology
Deciphering the Difference between Flexible-chain and Hairy-rod Polymer Semiconductors
Kazuo Takimiya
“Design and Synthesis” of Organic Semiconductor Crystals for Efficient Carrier Transport
Akif Tezcan
University of California, San Diego
Chemical Design of Functional Protein Materials
Omar M. Yaghi
University of California, Berkeley
Solving the Climate and Water Problems on Our Planet-fast
Peidong Yang
University of California, Berkeley
Supramolecular Assembly of Halide Perovskite Building Blocks

January 18 (Thu)

9:30- Registration
10:30-10:40Opening RemarksYoshinori Tokura (RIKEN)
10:40-11:20Invited Lecture (L-01)Omar M. Yaghi (UC Berkley)
11:20-12:00Invited Lecture (L-02)Akif Tezcan (UC San Diego)
12:00-12:20Short Presentation (S-01)Hiroshi Sato (RIKEN)
12:20-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-14:10Invited Lecture (L-03)Natalie Stingelin
(Georgia Institute of Technology)
14:10-14:50Invited Lecture (L-04)Takuji Hatakeyama (Kyoto University)
14:50-15:20CEMS Lecture (L-05)Kazuo Takimiya (RIKEN)
15:20-15:40Coffee Break
15:40-16:20Invited Lecture (L-06)Mark J. MacLachlan
(The University of British Colombia)
16:20-16:50CEMS Lecture (L-07)Yasuhiro Ishida (RIKEN)
16:50-17:10Short Presentation (S-02)Hiroya Nishikawa (RIKEN)
17:30-20:10 Poster Session (P-1~P-80) 17:30-18:20 Odd Numbers (P-1, P-3,…,P-79)
18:20-19:10 Even Numbers (P-2, P-4,…,P-80)
19:10-20:10 Free Discussion

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January 19 (Friday)

9:50-10:30Invited Lecture (L-08)Luisa De Cola (University of Milan)
10:30-10:50Short Presentation (S-03)Abir Goswami (RIKEN)
10:50-11:10Coffee Break
11:10-11:50Invited Lecture (L-9)Manish Chhowalla (University of Cambridge)
11:50-12:20CEMS Lecture L-10)Yoshihiro Iwasa (RIKEN)
12:20-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-14:10Invited Lecture (L-11)Joachim Spatz (Max Planck Institute)
14:10-14:50Invited Lecture (L-12)Takamasa Sakai (The University of Tokyo)
14:50-15:20CEMS Lecture (L-13)Yong-Jin Pu (RIKEN)
15:20-15:40Coffee Break
15:40-16:20Invited Lecture (L-14)Peidong Yang (UC Berkley)
16:20-17:00Invited Lecture (L-15)Nicholas Kotov (University of Michigan)
17:00-17:20Closing RemarksTakuzo Aida (RIKEN)

Poster Presentation

(1) Please download the list of the poster presentations from here.

(2) Check your poster number in the list (P-XX).

(3) Poster boards are available on 18th and 19th. Core presentation time is scheduled in the evening of 18th. Kindly remove your posters by 15:30 on 19th.

(4) If you have any questions, please contact CEMSupra 2024. secretairat:

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