Organometallic Seminar XXIX_21st Century
COE International Symposium on Nano-future Catalysis (ISNC)
Sponsored by Division of Organometallic Chemistry, Catalysis Society of Japan and COE Symposium of Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Environmentally benign and efficient chemical synthetic processes attract recent interests in relation to green and sustainable chemistry in this 21 century. Although transition metal mediated organic synthesis and homogeneous catalysis are extensively developed by virtue of organometallic chemistry in this half century, more sophisticated catalyses considering reaction environments is now becoming an outstanding research subject to be developed. The symposium prospects nano-future catalyses in various reaction media.
DATE：August 6, 2003 (Wednesday) 10:00 am – 18:00 pm
CONFERENCE SITE：BASE Building, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (2-24-16 Nakacho, Koganei, Tokyo 184-8588 Japan). Access to the Symposium Site: 10 min walk from Higashi-Koganei Station (JR Chuo-line, 40 min from Tokyo Station),. Map: http://www.tuat.ac.jp/Gaiyou/trafficjp.html
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Akinori Koukitu (Honorary Chairman), Sanshiro Komiya (Chairman), Kazuyuki Maeda (Program Director), Masafumi Hirano (Program Director)
SPONSORSHIP: The 21st Century COE (Center of Excellence) program of “Future Nano-materials” in Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology (http://www.tuat.ac.jp/~coe-nano/index-j.html) and Division of Organometallic Chemistry, Catalysis Society of Japan.
REGISTRATION: For registration (free of charge), send your name, affiliation, address, phone and FAX numbers, and e-mail address to the following address by postal mail or email before 15 July, 2003: Sanshiro Komiya, Department of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, 2-24-16, Nakacho, Koganei, Tokyo 184-8588 Japan, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +81-32-388-7043.
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE: English
(1) Mariano Laguna (University of Zaragoza, Spain)
”Novel Aspects in Catlytic Activity of 11 Group Metal Complexes.
(2) John A. Gladyzs (Univerty of Erlangen-Nurunberg, Germany)
”Fluorous Synthesis and Catalysis with and without Fluorous Solvents”
(1) Yasuhiro Uozumi（Institute for Molecular Science）
”Water as New Reaction Medium”
(2) Shu Kobayashi（The University of Tokyo）
”Organic Synthesis in Water”
(3) Takao Ikariya（Tokyo Institute of Technology）
”Catalysis in Supercritical Reaction Media”
(4) Hiroyuki Ohno（Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology）
”Synthesis and Applications of Ionic Liquids”
(5) Takashi Yamazaki（Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology）
”A Perspective of Metal-Catalyzed Preparation of Chiral Fluorinated
(6) Kazuyuki Maeda（Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology）
“New Nano-space for Catalysis and Reactions”
(7) Sanshiro Komiya（Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology）
”Water-solubule Organometallics and Biphasic Catalysis”