Programme

Programme: RSC Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry Meeting

University of Kent: 16th – 17th December 2019

Event harassment officers: Cally Haynes, Anna McConnell and Claudia Caltagirone

An electronic copy of the conference booklet can be downloaded form the link below:

Monday 16th December 2019

09.30-10.20         Arrival, registration, poster setup, coffee

10.20-10.30         Welcome and opening remarks

Session 1             Chair: Chris Hawes

10.30-11.20         Plenary 1: Phil Gale (University of Sydney)

New insights into anion transport mechanisms: voltage-gating, pumps and HCl selectivity

11.20-11.50         Invited 1: Emily Draper (University of Glasgow)

Using Self-Assembly to Tune Chromic Behavior

11.50-12.10         Talk 1: Barry Blight (University of New Brunswick)

Tuning Chromaticity by Second-Sphere Coordination of Iridium(III) Complexes

12.10-12.15         Flash 1: Tanya Ronson (University of Cambridge)

Self-assembly of a 5-fold interlocked [2]catenane

12.15-12.20         Flash 2: Simon Lewis (University of Bath)

Azulenes – Colorimetric and Fluorogenic Reporter Motifs for Chemical Sensing of Analytes of Biological Interest

12.20-12.25         Flash 3: Le Fang (Queen Mary University of London)

A modular ‘click-SNAr-click’ approach to develop subcellular localised fluorescent probes to image mobile Zn2+

12.25-12.30         A brief word from some of our sponsors

12.30-12.45         MASC AGM

12.30-13.30         Lunch and poster session

Session 2             Chair: Ben Pilgrim

13.30-14.00         Invited 2: Helena Shepherd (University of Kent)

Smart Molecular Materials: From Synthesis & Structure to Properties & Applications

14.00-14.20         Talk 2: Sarah Pike (University of Bradford)

Development of hybrid foldamers: an innovative class of anticancer therapeutics

14.20-14.40         Talk 3: Sander Wezenberg (University of Nijmegen)

Supramolecularly directed rotary motion in a photoswitchable anion receptor

14.40-15.30         Plenary 2: Mike Ward (University of Warwick)

Chemical catalytic properties and photophysical properties of a coordination cage host

15.30-16.10         Tea/Coffee

Session 3             Chair: Alyssa-Jennifer Avestro

16.10-16.15         Flash 4: Gareth Lloyd (University of Lincoln)

Dynamic Covalent Chemistry coupled to Self-Assembly

16.15-16.20         Flash 5: Larissa von Krbek (University of Cambridge)

Allosteric regulation of anion exchange in an Fe4L6 tetrahedron

16.20-16.25         Flash 6: Benjamin Egleston (University of Liverpool)

Controlling the properties of porous liquids

16.25-16.30         Flash 7: Robert Pow (University of Glasgow)

Embedding electron-rich p-systems within an Icosahedral Inorganic Fullerene

16.30-17.00         Invited 3: James Crowley (University of Otago)

Palladium(II) Metallosupramolecular Cages: Self-assembly and Molecular Recognition

17.00-18.00         Bob Hay Lecture: Kim Jelfs (Imperial College London)

Evolutionary Discovery of Molecular Materials

18.00-19.30         Poster Session Sibson

19.30     Bar Opens, Darwin Conference Suite

20.00     Conference Dinner, Darwin Conference Suite

Tuesday 17th December 2019

Session 4             Chair: Timothy Barendt

09.00-09.50         Plenary 3: Tanja Weil (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research)

Synthesis of Supramolecular Biomaterials

09.50-10.10         Talk 4: Anna Slater (University of Liverpool)

Exploiting flow synthesis and self-sorting for molecular materials

10.10-10.25         Industrial 1: Marcus Winter (Rigaku)

10.20-10.45         Tea/Coffee

Session 5             Chair: Anna McConnell

10.50-11.10         Talk 5: David Magri (University of Malta)

A Lab-on-a-Molecule with an Enhanced Fluorescent Readout on Detection Of Three Chemical Species

11.10-11.30         Talk 6: Nick Evans (University of Lancaster)

Interlocked Molecules for Useful Applications

11.30-12.00         MASC PhD award lecture

12.00-13.00         Lunch and poster session

12.30-13.00         WISC network meeting all invited

Session 6             Chair: Tim Easun

13.00-13.30         Invited 4: Peter Knipe (Queens University)

Foldamers Coming Full-Circle

13.30-14.20         Plenary 4: Tony Davis (University of Bristol)

Synthetic Lectins – The Host-Guest Chemistry of Carbohydrates

14.20-14.40         Tea/Coffee

Session 7             Chair: Steve Goldup

14.40-14.50         Award of Oral and poster prizes

14.50-15.10         Industrial 2: Catherine Wark (BMG Labtech)

15.10-16.00         Plenary 5: Dave Leigh (University of Manchester)

Making the Tiniest Machines

16.00-16.05      Chris Hawes         ERC MASC 2020

16.05-16.10         Anna Slater     MASC 2020

16.10-16.20         Closing remarks

Please feel free to take part in the first Women In Supramolecular Chemistry (WISC) network meeting hosted by MASC19 during the symposia lunch break on the 17th December.

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