4th International Caparica Conference on Chromogenic and Emissive Materials 2020

16th – 19th November 2020 | Caparica | Portugal (Online)

WARNING: the conference has been postponed to 16th-19th November 2020 online due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Dear Colleagues and friends

On behalf of the organizing committee, we are delighted to welcome you to Caparica (Lisbon, Portugal), for the 4th International Caparica Conference on Chromogenic and Emissive Materials (4th IC3EM-2020).

The Conference will take place in Costa de Caparica the 22nd to 25th June 2020.

We cordially encourage you to attend and contribute to one of the major events in 2020 on the Dyes and Fluorescence field.

We are confident that you will appreciate the breadth and quality of the scientific program and the city of Caparica, and look forward to seeing you in 2020 in Portugal.

Yours truly

C. Lodeiro

J. L. Capelo
Conference chairs
On behalf of the organizing and scientific committee

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Plenary Speakers

Ramón Martinez Mañez, PhD

Universitat Politècnica de València, València (Spain)

Chromo-fluorogenic probes for biomedical applications.

Milko Van der Boom, PhD

Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel)

Mario Nuno Berberan-Santos, PhD

University of Lisbon, IST, Lisbon (Portugal)

Fullerenes and TADF: Addition to the cage and carbon-13 isotope effects.

Mark Heron, PhD

University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield (UK)

James Wilton-Ely, PhD

Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London (UK)

Chromo-fluorogenic sensing of carbon monoxide using organometallic probes.

Lionel Sanguinet, PhD

Université d’Angers, ANGERS Cedex (France)

Benzazolo-Oxazolidine unit: from its synthesis to the elaboration of multi-addressable systems.

Fernando Pina, PhD

Nova School of Sciences and Technology, New University of Lisbon, Caparica (Portugal)

The Chemical Evolution of the Colour Systems Generated by Riccionidin A, 3-Deoxyanthocyanidins and Anthocyanins.

Benoit Champagne, PhD

Namur Institute of Structured Matter, University of Namur (Belgium)

Thermochromism in Crystals and Co-Crystals – A Quantum Chemistry Insight.

Plenary Speakers (Online)

Tia Keyes, PhD

Dublin City University (Ireland)

Alan Balch, PhD

Department of Chemistry, University of California (USA)

Luminescence Changes in Single Crystals due to Exposure to Organic and Inorganic Vapors without Vapor Uptake

Luca Prodi, PhD

Department of Chemistry, University of Bologna (Italy)

Dye Doped Silica Nanoparticles as Photoactive Organized Systems for Nanomedicine.

Hironori Kaji, PhD

Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University (Japan)

In silico material design and DNP-NMR analysis of highly-efficient organic light-emitting diodes.

Keynote Speakers

Todd Marder, PhD

University Wurzburg, Würzburg (Germany)

3-Coordinate Organoboron Compounds Light the Way: Optical Properties, Cell Imaging, and Binding to DNA, RNA and Proteins.

Alcindo A. Dos Santos, PhD cancelled

São Paulo University, São Paulo (Brazil)

Pier Luigi Gentili, PhD

Chemistry, Biology, and Biotechnology Department, University of Perugia (Italy)

Chromogenic and Luminescent Materials at the service of Artificial Intelligence.

Sylvain Achelle, PhD

Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes (France)

White light emission from protonation control of heterocyclic chromophores.

Andrea Pucci, PhD

Department of Industrial Chemistry, University of Pisa (Italy)

New materials for luminescent solar concentrators.

Michal Lahav, PhD

Weinsmann Institute of Chemistry, Rehovot (Israel)

Claudio Rossini, PhD

IC2N, CSIC, Univ. Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain)

Near-infrared responsive photoswitchable fluorescent materials.

Olga Fedorova, PhD cancelled

A. N. Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds, Moscow (Russia)

Jim Thomas, PhD

Department of Chemistry, University of Sheffield (UK)

Oligonuclear luminescent complexes as bioprobes and theranostics.

Vitor Freitas, PhD

REQUIMTE-LAQV – University of Porto (Portugal)

The Chemistry of Polyphenols and Their Applications.

Anatoly Metelitsa, PhD

Physical and Organic Chemistry Institute, Southern Federal University (Russian Federation)

New chromogenic properties of spiropyran due to the batochromic effect.

Sylvia Vignolini, PhD, PhD

Department of Chemistry, Cambridge University (UK)

Benoit Champagne, PhD, PhD

Namur Institute of Structured Matter, Université de Namur (Belgium)

Hui Xu, PhD, PhD

Key Laboratory of Functional Inorganic Material Chemistry (Chinese Ministry of Education), Heilongjiang University (China)

White Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Systems.

Ivo Piantanida, PhD

Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb (Croatia)

Small molecule markers for DNA, RNA and proteins: balance between selectivity and multitarget applicability.

Meir Lahav, PhD

Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot (Israel)

Atmospheric CO2 Accounts for the Heterogeneous Electrofreezing Ice Nucleation of Super-Cooled Water.

Elisabete Oliveira, PhD

University NOVA of Lisbon (Portugal)

Exploring Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles as Drug Release Nanoplatforms and Metal remediation.

Daniel Escudeiro, PhD

KU Leuven (Belgium)

Quantitative Determinations of Photochemistry from First Principles: Are we there yet?

Franz-Josef Meyer-Almes, PhD

University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt (Germany)

Fluorescence lifetime binding assays in screening applications.

Mark Wainwright, PhD

Liverpool John Moores University (United Kingdom)

The Search for Effective Photoantimicrobials.

Symposium Subjects

  • Fluorescence and Absorption Spectroscopy
  • Microscopy Applications: From Optical to Electronical
  • Cell and Tissue Imaging
  • Emissive Probes, Chemosensors and Labels
  • Fluorescence in Biology/Medicine/Biochemistry
  • Fluorescence in High Throughput Screening Assays
  • Colour as analytical tool
  • Chromogenic Compounds for analysis
  • Emissive Liquids Crystals and Polymers
  • Luminescent Peptides and Proteins
  • Single Molecule Spectroscopy

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We look forward to seeing you soon.

With kindest regards