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C&FC2001

開催期間

2001年1213日 ~ 17

ファインケミカルズ合成触媒国際シンポジウムC&FC
International Symposium on Catalysis and Fine Chemicals

C&FC2001 (December 13-17, 2001)
早稲田大学国際会議場 名誉組織委員長: 泉 有亮(椙山女学園大学)
組織委員長: 今木 直(三菱化学)
総務委員長: 尾中 篤(東京大学)
プログラム委員長: 清水功雄(早稲田大学)

開催報告

触媒学会・ファインケミカルズ合成触媒研究会と早稲田大学は、2001年(平成13年)3月12日~14日に、早稲田大学国際会議場(東京都新宿区西早稲田1-20-17)において、『ファインケミカルズ合成触媒国際シンポジウム』(International Symposium on Catalysis and Fine Chemicals,略称C&FC 2001)を共同で開催した(名誉組織委員長: 泉 有亮(椙山女学園大学); 組織委員長: 今木 直(三菱化学); 総務委員長: 尾中 篤(東京大学); プログラム委員長: 清水功雄(早稲田大学); 組織委員: 小原義夫(日産化学)、中條哲夫(昭和電工)、増山芳郎(上智大学)、御園生 誠(工学院大学)、東尾保彦(広栄化学))。

21世紀初頭のファインケミカルズ合成化学の分野においては、高付加価値の精密化学品の生産や、環境に優しく、生産持続可能な化学品の製造がより強く求められるようになった。すなわち、触媒を用いたファインケミカルズの合成、触媒を用いた反応プロセスの開発、グリーンケミストリーを視野に入れたプロセス開発などを目指した研究がますます重要となってきた。

このような研究要請から、本シンポジウムでは主要テーマとして

1)固体触媒、錯体触媒、生体触媒を用いた触媒反応の開発
2)従来の化学量論反応から触媒反応への転換研究
3)有害物質から安全な物質を使用する合成法への転換
4)安全にしかも効率的に化学反応が起こる新しい反応媒体の開発
5)新反応プロセス、新合成反応の開発
6)グリーンキャタリストを用いた効率的なグリーンケミストリーの実現

をとりあげ、研究発表を通して産学間の情報交換が活発に行い、互いに刺激を与える場を提供するシンポジウムになるように企画した。

この様な主旨のシンポジウムは、現在ヨーロッパでは定期的に開かれているが、アジア地域では行われていない。そこで、特にアジアの研究者(中国,台湾,韓国)に強く呼びかけ、将来的にはアジア各地で本シンポジウムを継続して開催したいという組織委員会の希望から、今後この分野で各アジア地区の世話役になってもらえると期待される有力な講演者を、招待講演者として選んだ。

本シンポジウムは、プレナリー講演5件、依頼講演11件の招待講演と、60件の応募ポスター研究発表で構成された(プログラムリスト参照)。なお、ポスター発表者には、研究要約を示す3分間の口頭発表もお願いした。

本シンポジウムへの参加者は、総数255名(企業研究者135名、大学・研究機関関係者64名、学生56名)であり、このうち外国(インド(3)、オランダ(2)、韓国(2)、シンガポール(2)、台湾(1),中国(4)、ドイツ(1)、米国(4)、ロシア(1))から20名の参加があった。特に外国の参加者は、本シンポジウムで企業関係者が半数以上も占める状況に驚いたようであった。

米国の環境保護局(EPA)のPaul Anastas博士も聴衆としてシンポジウムに参加され、John Warner教授のプレナリー講演の際には、座長の問いかけに聴衆席から答える場面もあった。「グリーンケミストリーの父」と呼ばれる二人を同時にシンポジウム会場に迎えることができたことを組織委員会は非常に喜んでいる。

また、シンポジウム開催の直前に、常陸太田市在住の女子高校生より、高校生でも参加してよいのかとの問い合わせを受けた。以前より本シンポジウム開催のウェブサイトを見て関心を持っていたが、問い合わせることを直前まで躊躇していたとのことであった。組織委員会としては予期もしていない、しかし大変嬉しい問い合わせであったので、彼女をシンポジウムへ無料招待することにした。シンポジウム会場へ現れた高校生は、自分が最も関心をもつ香料化合物の新規合成法に関するポスター研究発表を中心に見て説明を受けていた。初めて体験する国際会議に少し興奮しているようにも見受けられた。インターネットによる広報の重要性を改めて知らされた出来事でもあった。

本シンポジウムが多くの参加者を得て、計画通り順調に進んだことをふまえて、シンポジウム期間中にアジア各国からの参加者と相談した結果、本シンポジウムをアジア地域で継続して行うこととし、次回は2004年に香港でAlbert S. C. Chan教授(香港理工大学)と杉村高志助教授(姫路工業大学、次期ファインケミカルズ合成触媒研究会世話人代表)が組織委員長となって、C&FC 2004を開催することを決定した。

本シンポジウムの開催に当たり、徳山科学技術振興財団、東京コンベンション・ビジターズ ビューロー、触媒学会、早稲田大学より多大な助成を頂けたことも、シンポジウムの成功につながったと考えている。心より御礼申し上げる.

Program of International Symposium on Catalysis and Fine Chemicals 2001

(PL = Plenary lecture; IL = Invited lecture; P = Poster presentation )

Monday, March 12
09:45 Welcome
Naoshi Imaki Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
“Chairman of the Organizing Committee”

10:00 PL-1
John C. Warner University of Massachusetts Boston
“Green Chemistry: Environmental and Economic Considerations During the Design Stage of Product Development”

11:00 IL-1
Shin-ichiro Shoda Tohoku University
“Enzyme Catalysts for Synthesis of Functionalized Oligosaccharides Based on the Concept of ‘Glyco-Chemistry Cycles”

11:30 Break

11:40 Short oral presentations of Posters P-1~P-22

12:40 Lunch

13:30 Poster presentations P-1~P-60

15:00 IL-2
Miwako Mori Hokkaido University
“Ruthenium-Catalyzed Enyne Metathesis”

15:30 IL-3
Irina P. Beletskaya Moscow State University
“New Results in Palladium Catalyzed Reactions of Carbon-Element Bond Formation”

16:00 PL-2
Shu Kobayashi The University of Tokyo
“Green Lewis Acid Catalysis for Benign Chemical Synthesis”

Tuesday, March 13

09:00 PL-3
Roger A. Sheldon Delft University of Technology
“Catalysis and Atom Efficiency in Fine Chemicals Production”

10:00 IL-4
Yasutaka Ishii Kansai University
“Organic Synthesis through the Catalytic Carbon Radical Generation from Alkanes”

10:30 IL-5
Tien-Yau Luh National Taiwan University
“Designing of Polymers for Optoelectronic Interests”

11:00 Break

11:10 Short oral presentations of Posters P-24~P-58

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Poster presentations P-1~P-60

15:00 IL-6
Young Keun Chung Seoul National University
“Dicobalt Octacarbonyl-Catalyzed Tandem Cycloaddition Reaction of Di- and Triyne Under CO”

15:30 IL-7
Makoto Sunagawa Sumitomo Pharmaceuticals
“Chemistry of the Development of Meropenem, a 1 Methylcarbapenem Antibiotic”

16:00 PL-4
Ichiro Shinkai
“Chemical Catalysis and Process Chemistry”

18:00 Dinner Party at the Rihga Royal Hotel Waseda

Wednesday, March 14

09:00 IL-8
Albert S. C. Chan The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
“Asymmetric Catalytic Formation of C-C and C-H Bonds as Viable Routes to Fine Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals”

09:30 IL-9
Tamio Hayashi Kyoto University
“Rhodium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions”

10:00 IL-10
Tetsuo Uno Symyx Technologies
“Combinatorial High Throughput Approach toward Development of Single Enantiomer Chiral Compounds for Fine Chemicals Industry”
10:30 Coffee break

11:00 IL-11
Xiyan Lu Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry
“Highly Enantioselective Pd II -Catalyzed Cyclization of Enyne Esters. An Efficient Synthesis of Optically Active”

11:30 PL-5
Akio Yamamoto (Waseda University)
“Progress in Palladium-Catalyzed Organic Synthesis”

12:30 Closing remarks

Program of Poster Presentations
   (Oral = with short oral presentation)

P-1. Development of Debenzylation Catalysts (Oral)
Koji Hasegawa (N.E. CHEMCAT CORPORATION)

P-2. FI Catalysts: New Olefin Polymerization Catalysts (Oral)
T. Fujita, M. Mitani, S. Matsui, J. Saito, Y. Tohi, Y. Yoshida, T. Nakano, H. Tanaka, S. Kojoh, N. Kashiwa (Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.)

P-3. Catalysts for Oxidative Carbonylation of Ethylene Glycol to Ethylene Carbonate (Oral)
H. Hayashi, T. Koshitani, K. Matsuo, H. Inoue, N. Furuyashiki, S. Sugiyama (University of Tokushima)

P-4. The Palladium-Catalyzed Carbonylation of Diketene Derivative (Oral)
Mitsuru Ohno, Satoru Nose, Miho Kawauchi, Kazuyoshi Nishikawa,
Noritusgu Yamasaki (Daicel Chemical Industries, LTD.)

P-5. Knoevenagel Condensation Catalyzed by Meso- and Microporous Silicate-Quaternary Ammonium Composite (Oral)
Yoshihiro Kubota, Yusuke Nishizaki, Yasutomo Goto, Yoshiaki Fukushima, Yoshihiro Sugi (Gifu University)

P-6. New Cumene-Oxidation Systems-O2 Activator Effect and Radical Stabilizer Effect- (Oral)
S. Matsui, H. Kuroda, N. Hirokane, A. Kagayama, H. Matsuoka, M. Ishibashi, H. Iwasaki, M. Kamimura, H. Makio, T. Takai, K. Kato, T. Fujita (Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.)

P-7. Catalytic Dihydroxylations of Olefins Using Reusable Resin-Bound Osmium Oxide (Oral)
Kuniaki Okamoto, Keiji Oono, Atsunori Sano, Shu Kobayashi (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)

P-8. Hydroformylation of Higher Olefins over Rh / Phosphine Oxide / Inorganic Ammonium Salt Systems (Oral)
Dehua He, Dongcheng Pang, Yu Chen, Tongen Wang, Ye Liu, Jinyao Liu,Qiming Zhu (Tsinghua University, China)

P-9. Various Organic Reactions Using a Hydrotalcite Clay as a Basic Catalyst
Masao Hirano, Shigetaka Yakabe, Takashi Morimoto (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

P-10. Hydrogenation of Alkenes with NaBH4 and Moist Alumina Catalyzed by Nickel II Chloride in Hexane
Shigetaka Yakabe, Masao Hirano, Takashi Morimoto (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

P-11. Mixed Tishchenko Reaction over Solid Base Catalysts (Oral)
Tsunetake Seki, Hajime Kabashima, Kazumasa Akutsu, Hiroto Tachikawa, Hideshi Hattori (Hokkaido University)

P-12. Development of an Efficient Method for Nitration of Higher Alkanes Using N-Hydroxyphthalimide as a Catalyst (Oral)
Satoshi Sakaguchi, Yoshiki Nishiwaki, Yasutaka Ishii (Kansai University)

P-13. Addition of Methanol across C=C Double Bond in Allyl Alcohol to 3-Methoxy-1-propanol with Metal Oxide Catalysts (Oral)
Tetsu Yamakawa, Motoaki Takizawa, Takeshi Ohnishi, Hiroshi Koyama, Sumio Shinoda (The University of Tokyo)

P-14. Prediction of Activities and Selectivities of Miscellaneous Catalytic Reactions by Using Paired Interacting Orbitals PIO Analysis (Oral)
A. Shiga (Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.)

P-15. Syntheses, Characterization and Use as Oxidation Catalysts of Dicopper Complexes Bearing the Ligand Bis[3- 2-hydroxybenzylideneamino phenyl]sulfone and Derivatives (Oral)
Armando M. Guidote Jr., Ken-ichi Ando, Kazunori Terada, Yasuhiko Kurusu, Hirotaka Nagao, Yoshiro Masuyama (Sophia University)

P-16. Immobilized Rhodium Diphosphine Complexes and Their Use in Enantioselective Hydrogenation of Itaconic Acid (Oral)
Hans Wagner, Wolfgang F. H嗟derich (University of Technology RWTH-Aachen, Germany)

P-17. Palladium Charcoal Catalyzed Cross-Couplings in the Presence of TBAB: A Practically Convenient Access to Arylpyridines and Arylquinolines (Oral)
Tuyoshi Tagata, Mayumi Nishida (Koei Chemical Company, Ltd.)

P-18. Novel Direct Aminations with Methoxyamine (Oral)
Shinzo Seko (Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. )

P-19. Photooxidation of Cyclohexane and Other Hydrocarbons in Liquid Phase over Alumina-supported Vanadium Oxide Catalyst (Oral)
Tsunehiro Tanaka, Kentaro Teramura, Masaya Kani, Takashi Yamamoto, Takuzo Funabiki (Kyoto University)

P-20. Iridium Complex-Catalyzed Allylic Alkylation (Oral)
Ryo Takeuchi (Yokohama City University)

P-21. Vapor Phase Hydrogenetion of Carboxylic Acids to the Corresponding Aldehydes over Metal Oxide Catalysts
Toshiharu Yokoyama (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation)

P-22. Catalytic Activity of Al/MCM-41 for Synthesis of Methyl N-Phenyl Carbamate (Oral)
Naonobu Katada, Haruhisa Fujinaga, Yukinori Nakamura, Kazu Okumura, Kyoichi Nishigaki, Miki Niwa (Tottori University)

P-23. Oxidation of Methylaromatics Catalyzed by Ruthenium-substituted Heteropolyanion in Aqueous Media
Michio Higashijima (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation)

P-24. Modification of Chiral Monodentate Phosphine Ligands (MOP) for Palladium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Hydrosilylation of 1,3-Dienes (Oral)
Jin Wook Han, Tamio Hayashi (Kyoto University)

P-25. The First Catalytic Radical Addition of 1,3-Dioxolanes and Dioxygen to Alkenes Assisted by N-Hydroxyphthalimide: A New Route to b-Oxycarbonyl Compounds (Oral)
Kazutaka Hirano, Takahiro Iwahama, Satoshi Sakaguchi, Yasutaka Ishii (Kansai University)

P-26. Metal-Catalyzed Radical Addition of Ketones to Alkenes Using O2 as Oxidant (Oral)
Takahiro Iwahama, Satoshi Sakaguchi, Yasutaka Ishii (Kansai University)

P-27. Vapo-Phase Synthesis of 3-Pentanone from 1-Propanol over CeO2-Fe2O3 (Oral)
Sato Satoshi, Yoichiro Kamimura, Ryoji Takahashi, Toshiaki Sodesawa (Chiba University)

P-28. Transition Metal Complexes Catalyzed Reduction of Amides with Hydrosilanes: A Facile Transformation of Amides to Amines
Mamoru Igarashi, Takamasa Fuchikami (Sagami Chemical Research Center)

P-29. Ruthenium Complexes Catalyzed Hydrosilylation of Esters: A Facile Transformation of Esters to Alkyl Silyl Acetals and Aldehydes
Mamoru Igarashi, Ryo Mizuno, Takamasa Fuchikami (Sagami Chemical Research Center)

P-30. Ruthenium Catalyzed Reaction of Carboxylic Acids with Hydrosilanes: A Facile Transformation of Carboxylic Acids to Disilyl Acetals and Aldehydes
Emiko Hagiwara, Takamasa Fuchikami (Sagami Chemical Research Center)

P-31. Green Chemical Ti- or Zr-Claisen Condensation and Aldol Addition (Oral)
Yoo Tanabe, Syunsuke Funakoshi, Ryota Hamasaki, Noriaki Matsumoto (Kwansei Gakuin University)

P-32. Green Chemical Methods for the Tosylation and Mesylation of Alcohols (Oral)
Kazunori Wakasugi, Ryoko Sakakura, Minoru Kurihara, Yoo Tanabe (Kwansei Gakuin University)

P-33. Two Efficient Methods for the Synthesis of Civetone Utilizing the Green Chemical Ti-Claisen Condensation (Oral)
Syunsuke Funakoshi, Ryota Hamasaki, Atsushi Makita, Yoo Tanabe (Kwansei Gakuin University)

P-34. Si-BEZA/cat. pyridinium triflate: Efficient Agent for the Silylation of Alcohols (Oral)
Tomonori Misaki, Atsusi Nakamura, Yoo Tanabe (Kwansei Gakuin University)

P-35. Control of Molecular Weight Distribution of Polypropylene by External Donors in MgCl2-Supported TiCl4 Catalyst System (Oral)
Hideyuki Kaneko, Shin-ichi Kojoh, Terunori Fujita, Norio Kashiwa (Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.)

P-36. Why TA-MNi System Could Perform Highly Enantio-differentiating Hydrogenation (Oral)
Takashi Sugimura, Satoshi Nakagawa, Akira Tai (Himeji Institute of Technology)

P-37. Biocatalytic Properties of CryoPVAG-attached Proteases (Oral)
Anna Vladimirovna Bacheva, Baibak Oksana V., Plieva Fatima M., Lysogorskaya Elena N., Lozinsky Vladimir I. Filippova Irina Yu. (M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia)

P-38. Laboratory Evolution of Toluene Dioxygenase to Accept a Non-natural Substrate (Oral)
T. Sakamoto, J. Joern, A. Arisawa, F. H. Arnold (Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.)

P-39. Solvent-free Tungstic Acid/Apatite-Catalyzed Epoxydation (Oral)
Junko Ichihara, Yoh Sasaki (Osaka University)

P-40. Enantioselective Oxidation of Sulfide on Ti-containing Mesoporous Silica Prepared by a Template-ion Exchange Method
Masakazu Iwamoto, Yasuhiro Tanaka, Jiro Hirosumi, Nozomu Kita, Sugeng Triwahyono (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

P-41. Phase-boundary Catalysis: A Novel Approach for Alkene Epoxydation by Amphiphilic Zeolite Catalyst
Shigeru Ikeda, Hadi Nuir, Bunsho Ohtani (Hokkaido University)

P-42. The Development of Lithography Resist Monomer (Oral)
Kimio Tamura, Naoshi Murata, Yasukazu Yoshida, Hiroshi Sonobe, Motomu Oh-kita (Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd.)

P-43. Selective Oxidation of Allyl Ether over TS-1/H2O2 System
Eiko Hamada, Peng Wu, Takashi Tatsumi (Yokohama National University)

P-44. Synthesis and Reactions of Heterodinuclear Organoplatinum Complexes with Unsymmetrical PN Ligand (Oral)
Susumu Tsutsuminai, Nobuyuki Komine, Masafumi Hirano, Sanshiro Komiya (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

P-45. Hydrogenation of Ester and Aldehyde by Homogeneous Ruthenium Catalysis under Low Pressure (Oral)
Kotohiro Nomura, Hiroyuki Ogura, Yukio Imanishi (Nara Institute of Science & Technology)

P-46. A Highly Efficient Catalytic Asymmetric Acylation of Alcohols Using a Chiral 1,2-Diamine (Oral)
Takeshi Oriyama, Hitomi Koutaka, Dai Terakado, Sayoko Ohba (Ibaraki University)

P-47. A Novel and Efficient Method for the Silylation of Alcohols with Methallylsilanes Catalyzed by Sc(OTf)3 (Oral)
Tsutomu Watahiki, Takeshi Suzuki, Takeshi Oriyama (Ibaraki University)

P-48. Organic Solvent-Free Nucleophilic Addition to Aldehydes and Imines on Silica Gel
-An Environmentally Benign Process- (Oral)
K. Kamiura, R. Hiroi, C. Kitajima, M. Wada (The University of Tokushima)

P-49. Br?nsted Acid Catalyzed Mannich-Type Reactions in Aqueous Media (Oral)
Takahiko Akiyama, Jun Takaya, Hirotaka Kagoshima (Gakushuin University)

P-50. Highly Enantioselective Cyclopropanation Catalyzed by Optically Active _-Ketoiminato Cobalt(II) Complexes: Effect of Alcoholic Solvent and Theoretical Study on Approaching Trajectory of Alkene (Oral)
Mitsuo Sato, Asae Nishizuka, Izumi Iwakura, Taketo Ikeno, Tohru Yamada (Keio University)

P-51. Computational Chemistry Study on Propylene Polymerization over Ziegler-Natta Catalysts
Minako Ando, Hitoshi Kurokawa, Zhou Hui, Seiichi Takami, Momoji Kubo, Akira Miyamoto, Masaki Fushimi, Akira Imamura (Tohoku University)

P-52. Practical Carbonyl-Ene Reaction of Styrene Derivatives Promoted by a Combined System of Boron Trifluoride and Molecular Sieves
Takahiro Okachi, Katsuhiko Fujimoto (Sankyo, Co., Ltd.)

P-53. Methanol and PHB Production from Methane with Methylosinus trichosporium OB3b
Akimitsu Miyaji, Jun Fujita, Masayuki Takeguchi, Toshiaki Kamachi, Ichiro Okur (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

P-54. Synthesis of Optically Active Fluorinated-Allylic Alcohols through Lipase-Catalyzed Reaction (Oral)
Yumiko Takagi, Toshiyuki Itoh, Toshiyuki Oshiki (Kagawa University)

P-55. Lipase-Catalyzed Enantioselective Acylation in the Ionic Liquid Solvent System:
Reaction of Enzyme Anchored to the Solvent (Oral)
Toshiyuki Itoh, Eri Akasaki, Kazutoshi Kudo, Shohei Shirakami (Okayama University)

P-56. Silylformylation of Simple 1-Alkynes Catalyzed by [Rh(cod)][BPh4] in Ionic Liquid, [Bmin][PF6], under Biphasic Condtions: An Effective Reusable Catalyst System
Hiromi Okazaki, Yukio Kawanami, Keiji Yamamoto (Tokyo Science University in Yamaguchi)

P-57. Asymmetric Hydroformylation of Olefins Catalyzed by Polymer-Supported Rh-(R,S)-BINAPHOS
Fumitoshi Shibahara, Kyoko Nozaki, Tamejiro Hiyama (JST, Kyoto University)

P-58. Re2O7-catalyzed Liquid-phase Beckmann Rearrangement of Cyclohexanone Oxime (Oral)
M. Tezuka, J. Takahara, K. Kanda, S. Nakamura and T. Setoyama (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporatio)

P-59. Mesoporous Alumina-supported Rhenium as an Effective Catalyst for Olefin Metathesis
Takashi Oikawa, Makoto Onaka (The University of Tokyo)

P-60. Application of Mesoporous Aluminosilicate (Al-HMS) to Organic Synthesis:
Effects of Si/Al ratios on Catalysis for Diels-Alder Reactions
Yasuyoshi Kitabata, Naoki Hashimoto, Makoto Onaka (The University of Tokyo)