Plenary and Invited speakers


Plenary Speaker:

Prof. Jean-Pierre Sauvage (University of Strasbourg, France)

“Topology and Molecular Machines: Two Interlinked Research Fields”


Invited Speakers:

Crystal Engineering

Prof. Pierangelo Metrangolo (Politecnico of Milan)

“A Journey into the Exciting Chemistry of Halogens: From Self-Assembly to Nanomedicine”

Prof Fabrizia Grepioni (University of Bologna)

“Nature inspired crystal engineering: from interactions to applications”

Sensing and Detection

Prof Thorfinnur Gunnlaugsson (Trinity College Dublin)

“Lanthanide luminescence as exciting tool for sensing and imaging”

Prof Nelsi Zaccheroni (University of Bologna)

“From  molecular to nanostractured luminescent chemosensors”


Prof Francesca D’Anna (University of Palermo)

“Walking through Soft Materials to Join Supramolecular Gels: an Overview about the Properties and Applications”

Prof Neil Chapness (University of Birmingham)

“Employing Supramolecular Organisation to Create New  Materials and Functions”

Computational chemistry

Prof Antonio Frontera (Universitat de les illes Balears ULB)

“Anion-pi interactions: History, physical nature and importance in crystal engineering”

 “On the importance of sigma and pi-hole interactions in X–ray structures”

Transport and nanomedicine

Prof Roberto Quesada Pato (University of Burgos)

Biological applications of anion-selective transmembrane carrier”

Prof Francesco Ricci (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

“DNA-based nanostructures for diagnostic and drug-delivery applications”

Analytical Chemistry

Prof Ivo Leito (University of Tartu)

“Determination of receptor-anion binding constants”

Young Principal Investigators

Dr Giulio Ragazzon (University of Strasbourg)

“What can happen on the way to an independent position”

Dr Emily Draper (University of Glasgow)

“How did I end up here? An honest account of my career so far”










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