CFF 2016 - International Conference
September 7-9, 2016 - 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

Chemistry for the Future is a yearly international conference on the frontiers of Chemical Research. It is organized by the Dottorato in Scienze Chimiche e dei Materiali (DSCM) and the International Office of the Dipartimento di Chimica e Chimica Industriale (DCCI). CfF2016 will host 9 Plenary Lectures delivered by outstanding scientists from all over the world. Keynote lectures will be delivered by all III year PhD students, enrolled in DSCM. Oral contributions on the forefront of chemical research, especially from other members of DSCM will be welcome. Participation is free of charge to all registered people (max. 70).

Plenary Lecturers  
Jeanne Crassous, CNRS-Rennes (FR)
Chiral multifunctional molecules based on helicenes

Abdelhamid Errachid, ISA-Lyon (FR)
Electrical biosensors and the label free detection of protein disease biomarkers

Enrique Garcia España, University of Valencia (ES)
Medicinal Supramolecular Chemistry of Polyamine Ligands

Hero Jan Heeres, University of Groningen (NL)
Studies on the hydrogenations of levulinic acid to gamma-valerolactone using supported Ru catalysts at various length scales

Jérome Lacour, University of Geneva (CH)
From highly stable cationic helicenes to [3+6+3+6] macrocyclizations-Platforms for biological, physical and chemical applications

Katja Loos, University of Groningen (NL)
From metallic gyroid structures to piezoelectric nanoporous networks

Leticia González, University of Vienna (AT)
Dancing with "SHARC"s: Dynamical insights into light-induced photochemistry

Roberta Pierattelli, University of Florence (IT)
The heterogeneous structural behaviour of viral proteins revealed by NMR spectroscopy

Rinaldo Poli, University of Toulouse (FR)
Coordination chemistry and catalysis inside well-defined polymeric nanoreactors

Keynote lectures will be presented by third year students of DSCM
Francesca Bellagambi
Chemical biomarkers in human breath and saliva: Method development and clinical applications
Beatrice Campanella
Quantification and monitoring of inorganic compounds relevant for environmental and health risk assessment
Francesco Criscitiello
New dispersants for graphitic carbon and their sensor application
Lorenzo Cupellini
The Excitonic Signature of antenna complexes, from a multiscale ab initio description to spectroscopic evidence

Marialaura Dilillo
Implementation of Top – down proteomics on high resolution Orbitrap instruments

Tommaso Guazzini
Nanocomposite materials for green buildings
Ingrid Guarnetti Prandi
Development of classical models for the description of QM properties in photoinduced processes
Andrea Morelli
Polysaccharides from renewable resources: strategies for their application in the biomedical field
Clara Paoletti
Room temperature chemoresistive sensors for the detection of ammonia and trimethylamine

Sara Taddei
Macromolecular Engineering of Nanostructured Polymer Film Surfaces
Francesco Zinna
Circularly polarized luminescence from chiral lanthanide complexes and more

Oral Presentations
Elisa Carignani
Polymorphism and phase stability in pharmaceuticals: the role of solid-state NMR

Marcin Górecki
Chirality Sensing via Circular Dichroism Techniques
Tommaso Lomonaco
The sampling issue for the chemical analysis of breath and oral fluid in clinical applications
Elisa Martinelli
Surface-nanostructured Amphiphilic Polymers to Combat Marine Biofouling

Dario Puppi
Biomedical Polymeric Scaffolds with Customized Porosity and Anatomical Shape by Computer-Aided Wet-Spinning
Alessio Spepi
Halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) as nanocarriers for active species


CFF 2023
Chemistry For the Future
International Conference
28|30 June, 2023 - Pisa

Organized By
Doctoral School in Chemistry and Material Science
Dipartimento di Chimica e Chimica Industriale
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