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Pacifichem2020 シンポジウム (#333)

“Direct Visualization of Chemical and Self-Assembly Processes with High-resolution Microscopy”
「高分解能顕微鏡による化学および分子集合体科学研究の展開」発表募集のお知らせ

本年12月にハワイ,ホノルルで開催される環太平洋国際化学会議(Pacifichem2020)におきまして,
“Direct Visualization of Chemical and Self-Assembly Processes with High-resolution Microscopy”
と題して,電子顕微鏡,走査型プローブ顕微鏡等の高分解能顕微鏡手法を基盤とした化学に関するシンポジウムを開催いたします.
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日時:12月19日(土)~20日(日)
口頭発表
12月19日(土)(Morning, Afternoon)
12月20日(日)(Morning)
ポスター発表
12月19日(土) (Evening)
会場:Hawaii Convention Center (口頭,ポスター共)

発表申込・要旨提出締切:4月1日
以下のサイトからお申し込み下さい:
https://pacifichem.org/technical-program/abstract-submission/

趣旨:
This symposium proposal is based on Account of Chemical Research special issue in 2017, “Direct Visualization of Chemical and Self-Assembly Processes with Transmission Electron Microscopy”, which is co-edited by some of the organizers of the symposium. Here we would like to cover not only electron microscopy but also probe microscopy and other relevant microscopic analysis to discuss the potential of high-resolution microscopy for chemistry, especially in elucidating structure and dynamics of molecules.
State-of-the-art microscopic analysis now allows us, supported by recent improvement in its spatial and time resolution, to study behavior of individual molecules just like seeing molecular models by eyes. Unlike NMR and X-ray crystallography that provide data averaged over molecules and over time, microscopy gives direct information of a single molecule and its time-course change, i.e. structural change and reaction. Such molecular level microscopy is gradually recognized as an emerging tool for unveiling structure-function and dynamics-function relationships in materials and biological sciences. In this symposium, we would like to discuss frontiers of molecular science explored with the high-resolution microscopic observation techniques, and develop the interface between chemistry and microscopy. Contributions from researchers who are trying to bridge the two field of research is greatly appreciated.
This symposium highlights any of the molecule-related recent topics in microscopy, ranging from fundamental issues of instrumentation and sample preparation to application in materials chemistry and biochemistry. This symposium also offers researchers of this field to consider fundamental issues about “what we are seeing” and “why we can see” by the microscopes.

オーガナイザー:
Koji Harano (The University of Tokyo)
Eiichi Nakamura (The University of Tokyo)
Li-Jun Wan (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Haimei Zheng (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

ポスター(PDF):
http://jpoc.ac/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/200209_PACIFICHEM333.pdf

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