#CFF2019

#CFF2019

CHEMISTRY FOR THE FUTURE
#CFF2019

#CFF2019

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
#CFF2019

#CFF2019

JULY 3-5, 2019
#CFF2019

#CFF2019

DCCI UNIPI - PISA, ITALY

CFF 2019 - International Conference
July 3-5, 2019 - DcciUnipi - Pisa

Organized by
Università di Pisa
Dipartimento di Chimica e Chimica Industriale
Doctoral School in Chemistry and Material Science

With the contribution of
Società Chimica Italiana - Sezione Toscana

Sponsored by
Merck 
www.merckgroup.com


Intro
Chemistry for the Future (CFF) is a yearly international conference on the frontiers of Chemical Research. It is organized by the Doctoral School in Chemistry and Materials Science (DSCM) and the International Office of the Dipartimento di Chimica e Chimica Industriale (DCCI).
CFF2019 will host 9 Plenary Lectures delivered by outstanding scientists from all over the world. Keynote Lectures will be delivered by 3rd year PhD students, enrolled in DSCM.
The Best Plenary Lecture will be selected by the PhD students of DSCM and the author will be invited to hold a short course in the next academic year. Best Plenary Lecture of Chemistry for the Future 2019: Prof. Gianluca Farinola The best Poster Presentations will be selected by the Invited Speakers and an internal committee, and the authors will be awarded with a prize dedicated to the memory of Prof. Adriano Carpita. Oral contributions on the forefront of chemical research will be welcome.


Plenary Lecturers  
David Casanova - University of the Basque Country Donostia International Physics Center - Singlet fission: theory and modeling
Isabella De Bari - Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA - Trisaia) - Biofuels and bio-based products from sustainable feedstocks
Dermot Diamond - Dublin City University - The Internet of (Biochemical) Things: Disruptive Concepts based on Fundamental Advances in Materials Science and 3D Fabrication Technologies
Gianluca Farinola - Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro - Functional materials from photosynthetic microorganisms
Frederik Wurm - Max Planck Institut für Polymerforschung - Function and Beauty – Transforming Biopolymer Motifs into Synthetic Functional Materials
Maarten Altelaar - Utrecht University - MS-based proteomics profiling of kinome-wide activation states and extracellular vesicles
Franc Meyer - University of Göttingen - Bioinspired Small Molecule Activation at Highly Preorganized Bimetallic Complexes
Olivier Maury - École Normale Supérieure de Lyon - Lanthanide luminescent bioprobes: from two-photon microscopy imaging to dynamic phototherapy
Edina Rosta - King's College London Department of Chemistry - Mg-Dependent Catalytic Mechanism of Phosphate Cleavage Reactions


Keynote lectures
Lorenzo Arrico - DSCM UniPi - Circularly polarized luminescence of Ln3+ complexes: strategies and applications
Niccolò Bartalucci - DSCM UniPi - Exploiting the Potentiality of High Valent Transition Metal Halides in Organic Synthesis
Giulio Bresciani - DSCM UniPi - Activation reactions of CO2 under mild conditions
Alice De Palo - DSCM UniPi - Synthesis and characterization of ruthenium(II) and iridium(III) complexes as potential catalysts for water oxidation
Alessio Gabbani - DSCM UniPi - Magneto-optical and chiro-optical properties in plasmonic nanomaterials
Federica Guarra - DSCM UniPi - Group 11 Metal N-Heterocyclic Carbenes as Perspective Anticancer Compounds
Alessio Massironi - DSCM UniPi - Design, preparation and characterization of ulvan polysaccharide-based nanostructures for biomedical, food and cosmetic applications
Hilda Gomez Bernal - DSCM UniPi - Biomass catalytic conversion to alkyl levulinates under the principles of green chemistry
Jeannette J. Lucejko - DCCI UniPi - Archaeological waterlogged wood: chemical changes induced by burial environment and conservation treatment
Elisa Guazzelli - DCCI UniPi - Self-assembly of amphiphilic random copolymers: From single-chain folding to submicron-length scale particles
Francesco Zinna - DCCI UniPi - Chiral functionalized fluorescent macrocycles as a scaffold for remarkable chiroptical properties
Francesco Ferlin - UniPg - Toward Sustainable C-H Activation Methodologies Using Safer Solvents Heterogeneous Catalysis and Flow Technology
Stefano Becherini - UniPi - Levulinate Ionic Liquids as suitable media for the dissolution and levulination of cellulose
Andrea Menichetti - UniPi - Novel Synthetic Approaches to Unusual Biologically Relevant Heterobicyclic Scaffolds



Poster
P1: D. ACCOMASSO, M. WIBOWO, G. GRANUCCI, M. PERSICO,
“Beyond the dimer-based model of singlet fission: nonadiabatic dynamics simulation of three 2,5-bis(fluorene-9-ylidene)-2,5-dihydrothiophene molecules embedded in their crystal environment”.

P2: E. ARAYA-HERMOSILLA, P. RAFFA, F. PICCHIONI, A. PUCCI AND V. MATTOLI,
“pH-responsive polymeric surfactants based on the chemical modification of polyketones”.

P3: R. BIANCO, M.R. BECCIA, T. BIVER,
“Uptake of Uranium and Europium from seawater to model marine algae”.

P4: F. BINACCHI, D. CIRRI, M. G. FABBRINI, A. PRATESI, T. MARZO, L. MESSORI, C. GABBIANI, T. BIVER,
“DNA, G-quadruplex and BSA binding of Au(I)L2/Ag(I)L2 complexes of a NHC-anthracenyl ligand”.

P5: M. BONDANZA, L. CUPELLINI, B. MENNUCCI,
“Computational studies on spectroscopic properties of carotenoids in protein environment”.

P6: A. BONINI, F. VIVALDI, B. MELAI, E. HERRERA, A. KIRCHHAIN, N. POMA, P. SALVO, F. DI FRANCESCO,
“A potentiometric graphenic based biosensor for determination of urea during dialysis”.

P7: G. BONONI, F. RIZZOLIO, A. CHICCA, J. KATZENELLENBOGEN, M. MACCHIA, T. TUCCINARDI, C. GRANCHI, F. MINUTOLO,
“Design and optimization of salicylketoximes as reversible and selective MAGL inhibitors”.

P8: S. BRACCINI, D. PUPPI, A. MORELLI, R. ANGELI, G. PECORINI, F. CHIELLINI ,
“Cell Response to Polymeric Scaffolds based on Poly (3- hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) prepared by ComputerAided Wet Spinning Technique”.

P9: F. CARDOSO RAMOS, M. NOTTOLI, L. CUPELLINI AND B. MENNUCCI,
“Structural adaption of LH2 complexes from purple bacteria to the light conditions: a computational study”.

P10: M. CARLOTTI, V. MATTOLI,
“Aligned Liquid Crystals Elastomers Films for Micro-Actuation”.

P11: C. MICHELETTI, A. CESARI, A. RECCHIMURZO, I. DESIDERI, F. BALZANO, G. UCCELLO BARRETTA,
“NMR study of stability of Mitomycin-C formulations for ocular applications in the storage conditions”.

P12: R. DETTI, F. MACII, S. GIANNARELLI, T. BIVER,
“Analysis of the binding mechanism to DNA and BSA of Paraquat and Diquat herbicides”.

P13: N. DI FIDIO, C. ANTONETTI, A. M. RASPOLLI GALLETTI,
“Highly efficient microwave-assisted conversion of giant reed (Arundo donax L.) carbohydrates to xylose and levulinic acid over FeCl3 catalyst in green salt solutions”.

P14: L. FIORAVANTI, L. LABELLA, D. BELLI, G. PONETI, S. SAMARITANI, F. MARCHETTI,
“Use of the 4’-(4’’’-pyridyl-N-oxide)-2:2’,6’:2’’-terpyridine (pyterpyNO) ligand in the synthesis of homo- and hetero-lanthanide complexes”.

P15: L. GUGLIELMERO, M. MESKINFAM LANGROUDI, M. A. COSTA DE OLIVEIRA, M. DE LEO, A D’EPIFANIO, C. S. POMELLI,
“Vanadyl acetylacetonate - ionic liquid interactions: a preliminary study”.

P16: D. IACOPINI, L. BIANCALANA, S. DI PIETRO, F. MARCHETTI, V. DI BUSSOLO,
“Stereoselective synthesis of new glycoconjugated ruthenium(II)-arene complexes as potential anticancer agents”.

P17: G. IASILLI, T. A. GEERVLIET, F. PICCHIONI, A. PUCCI,
“New materials for luminescent solar concentrators”.

P18: F. MACII, C. PÉREZ-ARNAIZ, A. MACRÌ, N. BUSTO, A. PUCCI, B. MENNUCCI, B. GARCÍA, T. BIVER,
“Binding affinity of PZPERY to double helix DNA and G quadruplex structures”.

P19: E. MANCO, J. LA NASA, T. LOMONACO, F. MODUGNO, R. FUOCO, V. CASTELVETRO, A. CORTI,
“Characterisation of VOCs emitted by microplastics during degradation: a comparative study between dynamic headspace needle trap device coupled to gas-chromatography-mass spectrometry (DHS-NTD-GC-MS) and selected ion flow tube-mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS)”.

P20: E. MASOTTI, I. FIASCHI, E. GUAZZELLI, E. MARTINELLI, G. GALLI,
“Polymeric films with functional surfaces based on polyzwitterions and fluoropolymers”.

P21: A. MERO, E. HUSANU, J. GONZALES RIVERA, L. GUAZZELLI, F. D’ANDREA, C. POMELLI, C. CHIAPPE,
“Valorisation of chestnut shells by a combined use of ionic liquids (ILs) and deep eutectic solvents (DESs)”.

P22: C. MICHELETTI, A. CESARI, F. BALZANO, G. UCCELLO BARRETTA,
“Thiourea derivatives of amino alcohols: efficient chiral solvating agents for the differentiation of derivatives of amino acids by NMR spectroscopy”.

P23: P. MINEI, A. PUCCI, G. RUGGERI, M. LESSI, F. BELLINA, B. MARAVIGLIA, A. PALLESI, L. CONTIERO,
“CoolSun: organic paints for cool buildings”.

P24: F. NARDELLA, M. MATTONAI, E. RIBECHINI,
“Pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass: EGA-MS as a new tool for thermochemical and kinetic studies”.

P25: F. NARDELLI, F. MARTINI, E. ROSSI, M. GEPPI, L. CALUCCI, S. BORSACCHI, M. CETTOLIN, A. SUSANNA, E. CARIGNANI,
"Structural and dynamic characterization of elastomeric materials by time domain NMR spectroscopy".

P26: M. NOTTOLI, B. STAMM, F. LIPPARINI,
“Quantum calculations in solution with domain decomposition polarizable continuum model”.

P27: L.F. PARDINI, M. DILILLO, M.T. DELL’ANNO, L.A. MCDONNELL,
“Phosphoproteomics analysis of human neocortical neurons treated with β-amyloid oligomers”.

P28: E. PARODI, A. PETRI, O. PICCOLO,
“A Greener Approach for the Oilseed Cakes Valorization”.

P29: C. PELOSI, C. DUCE, D. RUSSO, F. WURM, E. TOMBARI, M. R. TINE,
“Critical evaluation of a model protein-polymer conjugate: from a microscopic-scale to the interaction with human fluids”.

P30: N. POMA, F. VIVALDI, A. BONINI, A. KIRCHHAIN, B. MELAI, P. SALVO, A. TAVANTI, F. DI FRANCESCO,
“Bacterial growth monitoring using a graphene-based sensor”.

P31: A. RECCHIMURZO, A. CESARI, F. BALZANO, Y. ZAMBITO, G. UCCELLO BARRETTA,
“Mucoadhesivity of thiolated ammonium-chitosans and their nanoaggregates by NMR spectroscopy”.

P32: F. ROSI, S. SAMARITANI, G. CIANCALEONI,
“Back-donation analysis in gold (I) and platinum (II) carbene complexes through NMR spectroscopy and DFT calculations”.

P33: F. SABATINI, I. DEGANO, M.P. COLOMBINI,
“Disclosing the complexity of triarylmethane formulations through the use of Liquid Chromatography and High Resolution Mass Spectrometry”.

P34: A. SCIGLIANO, Q. ZHANG, T. BIVER, A. PUCCI, T. M. SWAGER,
“Interfacial bioconjugation on emulsion droplet for biosensors”.

P35: M. TESI, M. PERSICO, G. GRANUCCI,
“Development of an algorithm to model very high pressures in the dynamical simulation of photochemical reactions”.

P36: F. VIVALDI, A. BONINI, A. KIRCHHAIN, N. POMA, B. MELAI, P. SALVO, F. DI FRANCESCO,
“Development of a paper-based sensor for pH measurement in real samples”.

P37: V. ZULLO, A. IULIANO,
“Rh-Catalyzed Asymmetric Conjugate Addition of Arylboronic Acids to 3-Arylpropenoates: Enantioselective Synthesis of (R)-Tolterodine”.

P38: MARTHA YAGHOUBI JOUYBARI,
"Magnetic targeting in cancer photothermal therapy using cobalt doped molybdenum disulfide nanoparticles".


Photo Gallery  (Ph. Alessio Massironi)

 

CFF 2019
Chemistry For the Future
International Conference
July 3-5, 2019 - Pisa

Università di Pisa
Dipartimento di Chimica e Chimica Industriale
Via Giuseppe Moruzzi, 13
56124 - Pisa

Organized By
DCCI | UNIPI
Doctoral School in Chemistry and Material Science
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